A look ahead to all this week’s action in the AUL Premier A.
Six team places still available in elite tournament
Leinster Junior Cup Sheriff YC – 11 Valeview/Shankill – 0 Shefiff YC once again went one better…
Hat trick of hat tricks for Kilbarrack against Tymon Bawn
Sheriff emerge victorious after eight goal cracker
All of this week’s fixtures involving AUL teams in the Leinster Junior Cup this week
Celtic dump United out of FAI Junior Cup
Real Transilvania cause a cup upset by knocking out Premier A side Ayrfield Utd
St Paul’s Artane booked their place in the third round of the Nivea for Men Cup with a comprehensive win over St Kevin’s Boys in Shanowen Road this afternoon.
A brace from Alan Talbot helps Donnycarney to a three goal victory over Hardwicke FC in the Nivea Cup
Table toppers Kilbarrack register another win for AUL over LSL
Townley on the Mark as Dublin AUL progress in Oscar Traynor Cup with win over Meath & District League.
Kilbarrack striker Townley scores a brace as the AUL go into the next round of the Oscar Traynor Trophy
Junior football is littered with coaches capable but not officially qualified to manage in the League of Ireland says Stephen McGuinness.
Sheriff made to work hard to secure their place in the next round of the Leinster Junior Cup
Kilbarrack made to dig deep to grind out a victory over New Oak Boys
Hartstown Huntstown snatch a draw with a goal seven minutes into injury time against ten man Mountview
Stephen Larkin’s equaliser in the 90th minute rescued a point for Sheriff YC against Collinstown FC in Clontarf last night.
John Delaney (CEO Football Association of Ireland) will be officially opening Lusk Utd’s new clubhouse and floodlit pitch
Sheriff YC welcome Collinstown FC to Clontarf road Friday night for the only game of the week in the AUL Premier A.
3rd round draw FAI Junior Cup
Kilbarrack United can not be docked any more points for breaking FAI rule 48, The JSP understands….
AUL Premier A Collinstown FC-0 O’Devaney/Dunard-3 By Jonny Stapleton Fortune failed to favour the brave in Clondalkin…
Callum Richies’ late winner made sure Ayrfield United continue in the FAI Junior Cup after a tough battle with Donnycarney FC.
Round three of the LFA Leinster Senior Cup has thrown up some mouth watering contests. As well…
Its a busy weekend of games for Dublin AUL clubs in the FAI Junior Cup
O’Devaney Dunard knock last season’s beaten quarter finalists St Kevins Boys out of the FAI Junior Cup at the first hurdle.
Speaking after the tournament Smith couldn’t hide his delight and was full of praise for all involved.
Sandyhill Shangan registered their first points of the season in the AUL Premier A this morning, beating local rivals Ballymun United at Coultry Park.