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CUP FINAL DIARY

Mossie Linnane League Cup Final:
Knocknaheeny Celtic v Park United
Date: Friday, 12th May.
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

City Challenge Cup Final:
City Wanderers v Glenthorn Celtic B
Date: Sunday, 21st May.
Time: 11 a.m.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

County Cup Final:
Strand United v Buttevant.
Date: Sunday, 21st May.
Time: 7 p.m.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

AOH Cup Final:
Team names later.
Date: Saturday, 27th May.
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

Corinthian’s Cup Final:
Team names later.
Date: Monday, 29th May.
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

Champions

FIRST CHAMPIONS OF 2016/17

Central Rovers were crowned Murphy’s Stout League 3 champions for this season following their 6-0 home victory over Los Zarcos on Saturday.

They have now reached 43 points which puts them beyond the reach of Temple United who are in second place with 36 points and two games left to play.

Congratulations to Manager Stephen and the lads.

CENTRAL ROVERS

Champions of Murphy’s Stout League 3 for season 2016-17

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Murphy’s Stout St. Michael’s Cup Final

Congratulations to St. John Bosco A on their victory in tonight’s (9 April 2017) Murphy Stout St. Michael’s Cup final defeating Buttevant 4-2 on penalties after extra time. the game finished 0-0 after 90 minutes.

Barry Fitzgerald (Captain of St John Boscos) is presented with the St Michael’s Cup by Denis Lyne (Cork AUL)  following his side’s 4-2 penalty shoot-out win over Buttevant after it was 0-0 over extra time.
Barry Fitzgerald (Captain of St John Boscos) exchanges pennants with Buttevant’s captain Dan O’Connell watched by referee Finbarr Murphy.
St John Bosco goalkeeper Ray Savage is presented with the man of the match award (Sponsored by Gary McCarthy Trophies) by Denis Lyne (Cork AUL) after the game.
The St John Bosco side that won the St Michael’s Cup following a 4-2 penalty shoot out victory against Buttevant after it was 0-0 over extra time at the Cross on Sunday night.

On behalf of the Cork AUL, I would like to wish Buttevant’s Cathal Sweeney a speedy recovery from his injury sustained in the St Michael’s Cup Final at Turner’s Cross on Sunday night.

Hopefully, we will see Cathal back in action again in the not too distant future.

Update on Leagues

A quick peek after the first series of mid-week games:

Well after the first series of mid week games, let’s take a quick look at the sections now as the various tables start to show some tell-tale signs.

Premier:
Village United lead the pack, but went down in their last outing 1-2 to Pearse Celtic A who are really showing well of late. Pearse are currently in second spot and if they can keep this good form going, they will certainly start to advertise themselves as serious challengers for the title.
Innishvilla finds themselves in third spot after slipping a bit, but a big plus for them is their involvement still in the AOH Cup where they will take on Village United in a two legged semi-final affair.
Carrigtwohill United A are in fourth with just two games left and will be hoping to have had enough points chalked up to ensure they stay out of trouble when they finish.
Champions Park United A are lurking menacingly in fifth spot and are going very well at the minute.They will certainly be involved in the chase for the title once again this time round.
Glen Celtic are next up and are blowing hot and cold really while following them are Grattan United A who have quite a number of games to catch up with.
The problem here is staying away from injuries as well as having everyone available to you for those midweek games.
Then, it looks like Coachford, Glenthorn Celtic A and Blarney Street Athletic now find themselves in the battle against relegation.
So, for them, it is a fight to the death from here on with everyone having to roll up their sleeves to give 100% effort over the next number of games.

Premier A:
I can’t remember a time when this section was so competitive and of course the proof of this is how the section has now turned into a 4 x horse race between Knocknaheeney Celtic A who currently lead the table, Bohemians who have slipped up a bit of late, Lakewood Athletic, who have games in hand, but certainly looking the part and Rylane who have bounced back into contention after some recent good results.

League 1:
Just to remind you, the first divisions are three round leagues with 1 going up and 1 going down.
Although Blackstone Rovers suffered a 0-4 defeat at the hands of leaders Fairview on Thursday night, they still have four games in hand, but with the midweek games in now and the difficulties sometimes with players trying to make those fixtures because of work commitments or otherwise, it is all about points on the board at this stage of the season.
Buttevant are in third spot and look to be well in the hunt for the title also here, but again, they have a lot of games to catch up with and sometimes like I said, this can be a difficult obstacle to overcome unless you are lucky to have everyone available for most games anyway.
So, for me, the title is between these three and we could yet see some twists and turns here.

League 1A:
This one is not over yet by a long shot and with the amount of football still left to play, we could see various patterns starting to emerge as there are a number of teams here in positions to make a difference if one of them can string a few good results together.
But, I think the race for the crown is going to come down to St. John Bosco A, Leeview Athletic A and Knockraha A.

League 2:
This section is another 3 x round league with two promoted and one relegated.
Looking at the tables here, the bookies favourite must surely be Donoughmore Athletic, but we all know how strange football can be – especially when it comes to the Fat lady having to sing before the title is won.
With two going up, you would be looking at Pearse B and Donoughmore Athletic, but if CFC Banteer can string some consistent results together from here on, they could upset the applecart.

League 2A:
Corkbeg lead the way here, but to be honest, they have more games than the others played.
For me, it would look like City Wanderers will take the crown here. Just for the record right now – both themselves and Churchvilla in the third division are the only two teams unbeaten in the league so far.
Glenthorn Celtic B of course have been doing very well also, but I think the turning point in this section was their defeat at the hands of City Wanderers last Tuesday evening when they went down 1-3 against the favourites.

League 3:
On to the third divisions now and here, there will be 2 promoted from each section.
At this stage, you would be putting your house now on Central to win this section although Temple are still in their with a slight chance depending on their results and whether Central slip up.
But, either way, I guess these two will be promoted to the second division anyway.

League 3A:
Looks like this one is a three horse race between South Coast Athletic, Leeview Athletic B and Churchvilla.
But, to be honest, Churchvilla are looking very good right now and you need look only at their stats to back that up – after playing 13, they are undefeated with 10 x wins and 3 x draws – real title winning form you must admit.
However, this funny old game has thrown up surprises before so, let’s continue to watch this space.
There is still enough football to be played yet which could throw a few spanners in the works so, keep your eye on this space for further updates.

Cheers,
Barry.

AUL NOTICE BOARD


IMPORTANT NOTCE:

Please note: Friday, 31st March is the closing date for Registering players.

The season closes for this purpose after that.

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AUL CUP FINAL DATES:

 

President’s Cup Final: Macroom B v Temple United

Date: Tuesday, 4th April

Time: 7.30pm.

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

St Michael’s Cup Final: Buttevant v St John Boscos

Date: Sunday, 9th April

Time: 7pm

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

Saxone Cup Final: Park United B v Pearse Celtic B

Date: Wednesday, 12th April.

Time: 7.30pm.

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

Mossie Linnane Cup Final: Knocknaheeny Celtic v Park United

Date: Friday, 12th May.

Time: 7.30pm.

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

City Challenge Cup Final: City Wanderers v Glenthorn Celtic B

Date: Sunday, 21st May.

Time: 11am.

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

County Cup Final: Team names later.

Date: Sunday, 21st May.

Time: 7pm.

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

AOH Cup Final: Team names later.

Date: Saturday, 27th May.

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

 

Corinthian’s Cup Final: Team names later.

Date: Monday, 29th May.

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: Turner’s Cross.

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 AOH CUP SEMI-FINALS:

 AOH Cup Semi-finals 1st Leg.

Date: 28th \ 30th April

Fixture: Team names later.

 

AOH Cup Semi-finals 2nd Leg.

Date: 5th \ 7th May.

Fixture: Team names later.

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FIXTURE CHANGE:

Saturday, 1st April.

The following fixture is OFF:

AUL 1A: Greenmount Rangers v Leeview A.

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Golden Boot status up to and including Sunday, 26 March 2017.

Robbie Healy (Bohs)                                     13

Ger Rice (Innishvilla)                                    12

Mark Long (Rylane)                                     10

Colin Hickey (Village)                                   9

Wayne Doherty (Knocknaheeny)                8

Christy Bullman (Bohs)                                8

Gary Nolan (Glen)                                        8

Gary O’Riordan (Carrigtwohill)                 7

Gareth Cambridge (Knocknaheeny)          7

 

If there are any queries on the above statistics, please contact the following:

Denis Crowley.

086 3965674.

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 TEAM OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH:

 Do you want to be in the running for the Murphy’s Irish Stout Team of the Month for March? Get your entries in to Henry Healy, 19 Inniscarra Road, Fairhill, before Friday, April 14th.

 

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Notice

MIDWEEK GAMES

To ensure all league tables are updated promptly – can everyone text me your results for the up-and-coming mid-week games a.s.a.p. after games.

There is no need to supply me with scorers or any other details for those games.

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

Many Thanks,
Barry.

 

Coming Attractions

AUL CUP FINAL DATES

President’s Cup Final: Macroom B v Temple United
Date: Tuesday, 4th April
Time: 7.30pm.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

St Michael’s Cup Final: Buttevant v St John Bosco A
Date: Sunday, 9th April
Time: 7pm
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

Saxone Cup Final: Park United B v Pearse Celtic B
Date: Wednesday, 12th April.
Time: 7.30pm.
Venue: Turner’s Cross.

Cork AUL Notice

IMPORTANT AUL NOTICE

FREE WEEKENDS

The Management Committee have made a decision to refuse the granting of any free weekends to all clubs for the unforeseeable future.

This decision was taken as a result of the enormous backlog of fixtures that have built up due to the inclement weather experienced over the last number of weeks which was responsible for a significant amount of games being cancelled.

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FIXTURE ADJUSTMENTS:
Saturday, 25 February 2017 – K/o 2 p.m. (unless otherwise stated)
The following fixture is OFF:
County Cup Quarter-Final:
Rathcoole Rovers v Buttevant.

Premier League:
The following Premier league fixture Carrigtwohill United v Glenthorn Celtic scheduled for Saturday, 25 February 2017 has now been switched to Sunday morning, 26 February 2017 at 10.45 a.m.

NEW FIXTURE:
Saturday, 25 February 2017 -. K/o 2 p.m.
AUL 1:
Cloughduv v Rathcoole Rovers, Fr. O’Driscoll Park, Tony Murphy.

Sunday, 26 February 2017 – K/o 10.45 a.m. (unless otherwise stated)
The following fixtures are ON:
AOH Cup Fourth Round:
Crescent Athletic v Village United, Regional Park, A. Buttimer.

AUL 2A:
Glenthorn Celtic B v Blackpool Celtic, Glenthorn Park, M. Doody.

NEW FIXTURE:
AUL 2:
Pearse Celtic B v Grangevale, Grangevale Park, Tony Murphy.

Please note:
If playing a team from outside the Cork AUL, that team must have permission from their own league as well before the game can take place.

Corkbeg AFC

Corkbeg AFC presents

Fantasy Cheltenham (14-17 March 2017)

• 10,000 euro prize fund. 2000 euros for the winner. 400 euros for the daily winner.

Corkbeg AFC holding a fantasy league competition for the upcoming Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival. It’s a very similar competition to the Fantasy Premier League competition that many of you will be very familiar with, except it’s for horse-racing, not football. But the format means that non-racing fans will have as good a chance as racing fanatics. And it’s fairly easy to play

Select one horse per race from the first 4 races each day
Pick your horse number & have your Corkbeg AFC code ready
Enter your selection by phone, text, email or enter online BEFORE 12 noon on the day of the races.

Points are awarded on the basis of where your selected horse finishes and these scores are tallied in a league table. Simple! Tickets to play are 20 euros (5 euros per day).

All funds raised will go towards the extension & improvement of our all-weather training surface in Whitegate.
For more information, check out http://www.fantasycheltenham.ie, private message us on Facebook or contact any Corkbeg club member to purchase a ticket. We’ll have them with us on matchdays too, so if anyone wants a ticket, feel free to ask.