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Notice Board


Due to the torrential conditions experienced over the last couple of days, the Murphy’s Stout President’s Cup final between Castleview and Killumney United has been cancelled at the Cross tonight, Tuesday, 16 April 2019


Mid-week Games



To ensure all league tables are updated promptly – would everyone please text me your results a.s.a.p. for the up-and-coming midweek games scheduled to start on Tuesday, 9th April.

There is no need to supply me with scorers or any other details – just the result for those midweek games.

However, can you please continue to supply me with as much details as possible for the weekend fixtures as per usual.

Thanks a lot for your co-operation and the best of luck to everyone.

Yours in Sport,


Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon



-Participants of all ages and fitness levels are called upon to sign up and lace up as the 2019 Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon is officially launched! –

Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Mick Finn, is calling you!

On your marks, get set, REGISTER! Both pro and budding runners, walkers and everyone in between were today encouraged to register their entry for the 2019 Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon, as the annual event was officially launched. Race organisers are encouraging individuals of all fitness levels and running ability to step-up to this fun sporting challenge and take their position on the starting line of the Full, Half, Relay or Youth Challenge on Sunday 2nd of the June.

This year’s launch was attended by 2019 Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon Ambassador & Irish Ultra Athlete of the Year 2019 Aidan Hogan, along with avid marathon runner Angela Murphy, winner of the Marian Horgan Memorial Trophy at last year’s event. Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Mick Finn, was also on hand to celebrate this special event, which will see thousands descend on Cork City this June bank holiday weekend. 

With entries over the past two years exceeding previous record numbers, thanks in large part to the change from a Monday race to a Sunday Runday, this year’s entry figures are expected to reach new heights and sights are set on beating the target of 10,000 registrations. While the change in day has played a significant role, such substantial interest is also undoubtedly due to the variety of options available to the novice and experienced marathon participant. Those daunted by the prospect of stepping up to the challenge of the Full Marathon can choose the Half Marathon or share the journey with a group of family, friends or colleagues by registering for the Team Relay.

Proving that the beloved Cork event is #MoreThanAMarathon, young adults across Cork and beyond will also be invited to take part in the event through the Youth Challenge. This initiative, which is aimed at youths over the age of 16 and supported by Cork City Council, the Cork Education and Training Board (CETB), Cork Sports Partnership and the HSE, is not a race or competition, but rather an opportunity for the youngsters involved to embrace health and fitness in a fun, engaging way.

Speaking at the official launch, Valerie O’Sullivan, Director of Services at Cork City Council Director, commented, “It’s a great honour to be part of an event that is now intrinsically linked with Cork city and its traditions. This is the 13th year of the Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon – a sure sign that the event is flourishing and continues to exceed everyone’s expectations each year. The most important thing about this event is that it is most certainly ‘More than a Marathon’, which in my mind signifies the fact that it belongs to all. Yes, it provides a challenging platform for pro athletes and seasoned runners, but it also welcomes participants looking to ease themselves into such an event, providing varied options for all fitness levels.”

Valerie added, “Some register in the hopes of raising funds for a particular charity, while others aim to conquer the Marathon to create or mark a personal milestone. Whatever the reason for entering, it is a wonderful initiative that promotes fitness, personal growth, participation, team work, tourism and local business, so I would encourage anyone interested in being a part of this important event to register today!”

Although Race Day is a huge draw for participants from all over Cork, it also encourages interest from across the globe, with over 320 international athletes from countries such as the USA, Spain, France and the UK represented in the Marathon in 2018. The influx of visitors to the city not only adds to the excitement of the well-loved Leeside event, but it also has a direct impact on the local economy, with businesses based in the city and suburbs benefitting greatly from the hordes of supporters on hand to mark the race.

“Marathon Sunday is one of my favourite days of the year as I see the city come alive, both during the race itself and also in the restaurants and bars afterwards, as participants celebrate their fantastic achievement. It will be a fantastic day in the city, and a great way for participants to take in the iconic Cork sights and sounds as they take to the streets. We’re calling on everyone, from first timers to professional athletes, to lace up your trainers and look forward to seeing you at the start and finish line!”, urged the Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Mick Finn.

Now in its 13th year, the Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon is an internationally recognised marathon welcoming participants from home and abroad, with certification from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).  This marathon is a qualifying race for other marathons, such as the Boston City Marathon. The Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon is a City Council-promoted event in partnership with Athletics Ireland, Cork Business Houses Athletics Association (BHAA), An Garda Síochána, Cork Education & Training Board, Voluntary First Aid & Medical bodies such as St John Ambulance, Irish Red Cross, Order of Malta, Cork Fire Services and Civil Defence as well as local groups and communities.   

Register or find out more at For helpful training tips or to share your Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon journey follow them on Facebook and Instagram\corkcitymarathon or on Twitter @TheCorkMarathon #MoreThanAMarathon 


press release

FAI Coaching


Please see below two links to a National D Licence and a National C Licence to be held in Cork in 2019. Also, please see attached a poster to which I would be delighted if you were able to share this email and poster to all mailing lists and on your social media platforms.

FAI National C Licence

FAI D Licence Cork

Kind Regards,


Niall O’Regan
Coach Education Manager
Email: | Web:
Tel:  | Mob: +353 83 153 0524


Please see below two links to a National D Licence and a National C Licence to be held in Cork in 2019. Also, please see attached a poster to which I would be delighted if you were able to share this email and poster to all mailing lists and on your social media platforms.

FAI National C Licence

FAI D Licence Cork

Kind Regards,



Niall O’Regan
Coach Education Manager
Email: | Web:
Tel:  | Mob: +353 83 153 0524


Notice to all Clubs

Clubs are reminded that the transfer deadline is Thursday, 31 January 2019. After this date no more transfers will be possible for the rest of the season.

Transfer forms and transfer applications on FAINet are to be with the registrar no later than this date.

Hand delivered forms are not accepted

No Exceptions

Clubs are reminded that players can still be signed/registered up to and on the 31 March 2019 as long as they have signed for no other club in the current season.

Thank you.

Kevin O’Mahony
Hon Registrar Cork AUL

Notice Board

To all Clubs

If you have transferred a player from another club or league since the re-opening of the transfer window, it is your responsibility to ensure that the player is free to play and is not under suspension. this includes players that have incurred fines for Yellow and Red cards and whose fines have not been paid.

You should make contact with the club that the player has last played for to confirm the players eligibility to play.

Please be advised that all match cards will be inspected going forward and if a player has played that is not eligible then disciplinary action will be taken against the player and the club that he has played for.

Any club that has outstanding fines should ensure that they are paid immediately.

Murphy’s Stout Cork AUL Fixture Notice


Munster Junior Cup 3rd Round:
Grattan United v Cathedral Celtic (OFF);
Knocknaheeney Celtic A v Glen Celtic (ON);

AOH Cup Second Round:
Bohemians v Dunbar Celtic (OFF);

AOH Cup Third Round:
Donoughmore Athletic v Central Rovers (OFF);
Village United v Buttevant (OFF);

County Cup First Round:
Cloughduv Celtic v Knockraha (ON);

Premier A League:
Lakewood Athletic A v Greenwood A (ON)

Rathcoole Rovers v Fairview (OFF);
CFC Banteer v Temple United (OFF);

Richmond v Kilmichael Rovers (ON);

AUL 3:
Innishvilla B v Lakewood Athletic B (ON);
Macroom B v Ard-na-Laoi (OFF);




Unsung Heroes\Past Players\Managers\dedicated club people deserving of some recognition:

It’s that time again where we reserve some space on the Evening Echo for the Unsung Heroes, Past Players\Managers OR Committee members etc that would have given distinguished service to both football and their clubs over the years.

As there is a 2 x week break from fixtures over the Christmas period, we will have the opportunity in the Evening Echo to portray anyone in your Clubs (AUL) that you feel comes under the above criteria.

We all know that football is full of people who consistently give selflessly of their time and energy over the years to the sport they love but, in some cases, they never get the proper recognition.

By the same token, there are also some terrific past players who have never got the recognition that they deserved so, this is an opportunity to highlight such people for their contributions.
For further information, please feel free to get in touch with me through e-mail ( or mobile – 087-7936608 about anyone you feel fits the above criteria.


IMPORTANT: Please get in touch with me as soon as possible as time is of the essence to meet deadlines.

Yours in Sport,


Notice From Registrar

Notice from Registrar To All Clubs

The transfer window reopens on December 1st 2018 until 31st January 2019. Clubs are reminded they must send a paper transfer form to the league register signed by both clubs as well as inputting the transfer on the FAInet system.

A player won’t receive an eligibility date until the form is with the registrar. Hand delivered forms are not accepted they must be posted.

Clubs are reminded that if they are transferring a player from another league the transfer form must be signed/stamped by the registrar of the league they are leaving before they will be accepted in the Cork AUL.

An Evening with Nigel Owens

An Evening with Nigel Owens

Thursday, 29th November 2018 in Silversprings

Nigel will talk about his life as the world’s leading referees (an incredible story both on and off the field- from his Stand up Comedy gigs to Steroid Addiction to his Sexuality to Bulimia and his attempted Suicide) he may even sing a song or 2 and then do Q&A in second half. 

This is the 9th gig I have done with Nigel and I can honestly say he is the most incredible and humblest human being I have ever met with the most amazing story of triumph in the face of adversity,  you will be drawn in by the amazing stories of this incredible bloke, who speaks candidly and openly about life on and off the Rugby Pitch with best to balance humour and sincerity you are ever likely to hear.
When you sit in a Secondary School hall with 500 pupil’s in awe listening to Nigel speak for an hour to absolute respect was one of the most inspirational talks I ever witnessed…
This is a 100% Fundraising Event and all funds will go to Glanmire Basketball Club for further their kids academy and to in aid of Ruth a former Member of the Club as she recovers from serious illness.

Tickets @ €25 available next week.

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