With the opening two rounds of the AUL Premier C already in the bag, we take a look back at all the action over the last four days, to see how the table is shaping up.
Wayside Celtic’s victory over Bray Wanderers during the week means they will play Shamrock Rovers in the next round of the Leinster Senior Cup.
Liffey Wanderers marked a return from a three year sabbatical with a score draw with Greenhills/Greenpark at Irishtown on Saturday night.
Tonight marks the beginning of a jam-packed week ahead in the AUL Premier A, as Ballymun United welcome Collinstown FC to the Ballymun Sports Complex, and Kilbarrack United entertain O’Devaney Dunard at Greendale Road.
There was a double helping of debut delight for Firhouse Clover in Ringsend last Thursday night, as the Tallaght side took three points at from their away clash with St Pats CY.
The man they call ‘The Champ’, Adam McEvoy registered the decisive knock out blow in this exciting five goal thriller in Corcaigh Park early Sunday morning.
Crumlin Utd earn a hard fought victory over Tolka Rovers after being pushed all the way in the LSL Senior Sunday opener.
In search of their seventh trophy of 2013, Sheriff YC head south to Turners Cross to battle Cork rivals Avondale United for the Tom Hand Memorial Trophy tomorrow afternoon.
Sacred Heat and Bluebell play out tense draw on opening night in the LSL
O’Devaney Dunard welcome Seaview Celtic to the AUL Complex tonight, with both sides vying to get their league campaigns off to a flying start.
Ahead of their first AUL Premier A game for 2013-14 with Collinstown FC on Friday night, Kilbarrack boss Paul Breen says his side are determined to build on the success of last year by adding some trophies to their collection.
Oatfield Shancastle were given a massive confidence boost ahead of their upcoming league campaign thanks to an impressive friendly victory over Cherry Orchard
In the pick of tonight’s first round of games in the Limerick & District Premier Division, Pike ran out 8-0 winners against their rivals
John Gill sees Pete Mahon as the man to help Malahide stop the southside dominance of the LSL
Cherry Orchard welcome back some of their old star players
The opening round of fixtures for the Leinster Senior League ‘Sunday Senior’ has offered up a host of tasty match-ups for the coming weekend.
The reputation of The Limerick and District Premier has been further bolstered by 12 of its players being called for Irish Junior International trials ahead of the Quadrangular tournament.
A raft of junior soccer players sign up to League of Ireland clubs as they scour the junior leagues for bargain deals
Palmerstown FC (AUL Div 1A Sat) playing beautiful passing football vs Longford Town U19’s during their Lee Brothers…
Limerick FC manager Stuart Taylor revealed he scoured the Junior Soccer Leagues for talent over the last year
Donnycarney FC (AUL Premier B) 5 – 2 Sheriff YC (AUL Premier C) Donnycarney FC continued their…