LFA Senior Cup 2018 - 2019

Published: Sunday, 27 October 2019 19:48
Athlone Town await the winners of Shelriff YV and St Patricks Athletic in the final of the LFA Senior Cup. The Sheriff YC semi final is down for Friday Nov 1st at 7.45 in Clontarf.


Published: Tuesday, 28 May 2019 10:41
The Leinster Football Association AGM will take place on Tuesday June 11th at 7-30pm in FAI Headquarters, Abbotstown

Freebooters through to Youth Semi Final

Published: Sunday, 31 March 2019 17:50
Two goals each from Success Edogun and Jamie Holden gave Freebooters Youths team a 4-1 win over DDSL side Malahide United in the last eight of the O Neills LFA Youth Cup. The Kilkenny league side will now travel to Willow Park in Athlone in the semi final which will be played on Saturday April 27th

Quarter Final line up now complete for Junior Cup

Published: Monday, 25 March 2019 22:14
After the weekends matches, the last eight for the O Neills LFA Junior Cup are now known. Booth Road Celtic produced arguably the best performance of the weekend when knocking out last season's  FAI Junior Cup winners, North End United 1-0 in Ballyowen. Wayside Celtic proved too strong for Colepark United, running out 3-0 winners while Carlow side Crettyard United travelled to Brickfields and overcame Yellowstone Celtic on a 3-1 scoreline. On Sunday, holders Sheriff YC made sure of their place in the quarter finals with a 6-2 win over a plucky Forth Celtic side

Quarter Final Draw
Crettyard United v Usher Celtic (Sunday April 28th)
Baldoyle United v Sheriff YC (Sunday April 28th)
Booth Road Celtic v St Kevins Boys (Saturday April 21st)
Wayside Celtic v Crumlin United (Saturday April 21st)

Cabinteely through to last eight of LFA Senior Cup

Published: Monday, 18 March 2019 17:27
LFA Senior Cup Fourth Round

Bray Wanderers  1  Cabinteely FC  2

Cabinteely recorded their first victory in the LFA Senior Cup when overcoming near neighbours Bray Wanderers in an exciting fast paced encounter this bank holiday Monday. In front of a decent crowd, Cabinteely took control of the first half and led 2-0 at half time courtesy of a Luke Clucas penalty and an injury time goal from Sean Fitzpatrick
Luka Lovic did manage to pull one back for Bray with six minutes remaining but the visitors held on to book their place in the quarter finals for the first time in the clubs short history
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