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Two LFA Senior Cup ties down for decision

Published: Friday, 15 March 2019 10:20
No fixtures in LFA competitions in the coming days due to St Patricks weekend but there are two LFA Senior Cup games down for decision early next week. On Monday, Bray Wanderers host near neighbours Cabinteely FC in a Fourth Round tie with a 2-30pm kick off in Carlisle Grounds. Bray got the final of the revamped competition in 2010 where they were beaten 4-0 by Shelbourne and since then have never really had a good run in the competition. Cabinteely have never got the bit between their teeth in this competition either and have never progressed beyond the Fourth Round stage in their short history

On Tuesday evening, Firhouse Clover will host Sheriff YC in what promises to be a cracking game between two in form sides with a home game against Drogheda United the reward for the winner. This game on Tuesday kicks off at 7-45pm in Sacred Heart's ground in Killinarden.

Below are a list of results in this seasons competition to date

Preliminary Round      
Trim Celtic v Suncroft AFC 2-0
Ashford Rovers v Monksland United 5-1
Hanover Harps v Tallaght City 3-0
First Round      
Usher Celtic v North End United 0-4
Evergreen FC v Trim Celtic 3-0
Kilbarrack United v Harding IF FC 2-0
Hanover Harps v Ashford Rovers 3-3 (8-7p)
Second Round      
Evergreen FC v Ayrfield United 0-1
Sheriff YC v Hanover Harps  4-0
North End United v Kilbarrack United 2-1
Third Round      
Firhouse Clover v Sheriff YC  Mar-19
Ayrfield United v North End United 1-2
Crumlin United v Malahide United 5-0
Killester Donnycarney v Bluebell United 5-3
Fourth Round      
Shelbourne FC v Bohemian FC 1-4
Cabinteely FC v Bray Wanderers  
UCD AFC v Crumlin United   
Dundalk FC v Athlone Town 0-1
North End United v Longford Town  
St Patricks Athletic v Wexford FC 3-0
Firhouse Clover or Sheriff YC  v Drogheda United  
Killester Donnycarney FC  v Shamrock Rovers  

In form Bohs knock out holders Shels

Published: Tuesday, 12 March 2019 13:21
Bohs continued their good start to the season with a 4-1 win over LFA Senior Cup holders Shelourne FC in Tolka Park last night. With both sides showing several changes from their last league games, it was Bohs who were always in control and Shels two year term as holders of this competition, the oldest cup in the Republic, came to an end.Dayle Rooney scored a free kick for Shelbourne but two goals from Aaron Barry, one from Danny Grant, plus an own goal saw Bohs comfortably through to the last eight

Home Farm and North End progress in LFA cups

Published: Tuesday, 12 March 2019 13:11
Last years beaten finalists, Home Farm are through to a semi-final meeting with Crumlin United, a repeat of last years final, when they overcame Kilkenny side Freebooters 2-0 in the Under Nineteen Cup on Sunday afternoon. This leaves four LSL sides in the competition and has been drawn as follows

Crumlin United v Home Farm FC, Hardwcke FC v Leicester Celtic

North End United are through to quarter finals of the O Neills LFA Youth Cup after a difficult 5-3 win away to Parkville United. The Wexford side could never claim to be completely in control of the game but still managed to do enough to go through to a last eight meeting at home to St Kevins Boys

Baldoyle through to last eight of LFA Junior Cup

Published: Tuesday, 12 March 2019 13:06
Baldoyle United travelled to Carlow on Sunday and a hard working display saw them overcome an injury stricken Hanover Harps side 3-2. The AUL side always seemed to be chasing the game as they conceded early and had to withstand a barrage of Hanover attacks to keep themselves in the game, still just 1-0 down at the break. The second half was a little more evenly contested but it was fifteen minutes from time before the visitors levelled, only for Hanover to score again a minute later. It took great character for Baldoyle to continue to press forward and minutes later, they were level again and with three minutes to go, found the net for what proved to be the winner and booked their place in the last eight

Line up for O Neills LFA Junior Shield Semi Finals Complete

Published: Tuesday, 12 March 2019 12:56
Abbeyleix Athletic, Mid Sutton Sportslink and Skryne Tara all join Straffan in the last four of this seasons O Neills LFA Junior Shield after all three enjoyed comfortable victories despite the inclement weather conditions. Abbeyleix and Bohs SC was the closest of the three games with the CCFL side eventually progressing on a 3-0 scoreline while both other games recorded 6-0 wins for the home sides. Mid Sutton Sportslink kept the LSL flag flying as they overcame Iveagh Celtic while Skryne Tara are the sole AUL side left in the competition after they overcame Iveagh Celtic, incredibly this game was scoreless at half time but Skryne dominated the second half to progress
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