Cork AUL Management Committee 2021/22

Please see below the new management committee for season 2021/22

President: Ted O’Mahony
Vice President: TBC
Vice Chairman:Martin Conlon
Honorary Secretary: Bríd Cantillon
Assistant Honorary Secretary: Daniel Flynn
Honorary Treasurer: Tom Fitzgerald 
Assistant Honorary Treasurer: Denis Crowley
Honorary Registrar: Kevin O’Mahony
Fixture Secretary: Cathal Hughes
Assistant Fixture Secretary: Tony Chambers
Disciplinary Secretary: Martin Conlon
Delegate to MFA:Martin Conlon
Golden Boot/PLI Forms: Paul Pepper
Team of the Month Award: Henry Healy

chairman retiring

It is with heartfelt reluctance that we wish to officially inform you that Mr. Ted O’Mahony, Chairman and Fixtures Secretary of Cork AUL, has retired from the Cork AUL Committee.

Ted has committed 24 years to the AUL, including 21 years as Fixtures Secretary – which you can be sure is no small feat!!

We would like to sincerely thank Ted for his many years of service, devotion and love of all things football related, especially in Cork. We wish Ted a very happy and well deserved retirement but expect to see him at the sidelines when we get back to play!!! 

He will be sorely missed as I’m sure you will all agree.

Yours in Sport,

Cork AUL Management Committee

AUL notice


Following the announcement by the Taoisach Micheal Martin on April 29 to allow the return of adult matches from Jun 7, the Cork AUL committee met recently and after a lengthy deliberation on the subject of the commencement of football for the coming season, it was decided that Friday, July 23 would kick-off season 2021-22 in earnest.

But, before continuing, Ted O’Mahony, the Chairperson of the Cork AUL has decided to step down from the hot seat following a significant and tireless length of service to the organization.

Ted has given the AUL – 24 years of unbroken Service and within that period of time, twenty one years was devoted to the function of Fixtures Secretary.

Many people would have had their plate full with that duty alone, but Ted demonstrated his multi-tasking abilities as he also held down the Chairmanship of the league over 15 years.

No doubt, Ted’s input will be a huge loss to the league.

The Cork AUL wishes to congratulate Ted on a job well done as well as wishing him the best of health and best wishes for the future.

So, the hard work for the committee now begins as they plan to meet up promptly to Choose a new Chairman\Assistant Chairman.

The organization will also be looking towards strengthening their committee numbers as they plan to set about their ambitions for the future ahead.

Well, it’s hard to imagine that the last series of AUL fixtures was completed back on Sunday, October 4, 2020.

And while the recent announcement by the AUL to scrap the current season, brought disappointment from some of the clubs, there were others who felt that the time available to them as a result, would give them a great opportunity to catch up with some normal life again with their families and friends following the lifting of restrictions.

In any event, I think one thing is for sure – everyone in football will be so glad to get back on the grass to get involved once again in the many exciting cup and league competitions over the months ahead.

As per usual, The Cork AUL will use the usual media platforms going forward for keeping its clubs up to date with any feedback regarding registration, fees, plus any other pre-requisites for the new season ahead.

A format for the new season will also be available as soon as possible.

Season 2o2o/21 cancelled


Dear Secretary, 
Please be advised that the decision has been made to cancel the 2020/2021 season. We, the Cork AUL management committee,  are meeting this week with regards to the start date of the new season and will let you know as soon as possible.  

We appreciate this decision will be extremely disappointing for clubs and players alike, but it was taken with the best interest of all involved.

Our sincerest apologies to all our clubs and players involved and affected by this decision, but Health & Safety is paramount.

Yours in Sport,
The Cork AUL Committee



Irish world boxing champion Kellie Harrington and track and field Olympian, David Gillick will be coming online to homes and schools throughout Cork and beyond over the coming months until summer holidays begin.

Joining the Fyffes Fit Squad team, Kellie and David will broadcast their approach to exercise and fitness in a 12-weeks programme intended to encourage children to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle. 

Created so parents and teachers can also participate, content will include new workout routines, warm-up exercises and cool-down stretches as well as tips on overall wellbeing and healthy-eating recipes. 

Believed by Kellie and David to be “more important now during lockdown than at any time previously”, the 20-minutes long series of videos will see a new production released each Tuesday and Thursday all free to view on the website.

Said by Fyffes marketing manager, Emma Hunt-Duffy to be ‘a fun and easy way to keep children fit and active’, live Fit Squad sessions have been attended by almost 2,000 children in Cork schools since its launch three year ago.