View Full Version : u21 League 2001/02
All eircom League clubs have entered the u21 League this season, with the exception of Kilkenny City and they will be joined by Peake Villa (Thurles), University of Limerick, Mervue (Galway), Salthill Devon (Galway), NUI Galway, Mullingar Town and Dublin University.
Last year the league was ran in three regional groups, but with the addition of a number of new sides it may switch to a four group competition with sides playing each other four times. Last season St. Pat's became the first team to lift the Dr. Tony O'Neill Perpetual Trophy. This season who knows what team will lift the silverware?
Check out the u-21 website (http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~cannyjf/U21/index.html) for details of last years competition.
Looks like 4 groups otherwise City would have a massive amount of travelling.
17/08/2001, 8:51 AM
JC's site is actually now 100% dead... I've taken over from him, with his agreement.
If you want to help out, mail me at email@example.com, cos I'm only a student, and I'm gonna need some help in getting results!
17/08/2001, 9:26 AM
...can ANYONE supply the q-final, s-final and final details from last years U21 league. Be easier to trace Lord Lucan...
17/08/2001, 12:14 PM
From what I remember....
$hels 3 Galway United 0
Pat's 2 Shamrock Rovers 1
UCD 0 Bohs 1
NUIGalway 0 THE LONGFORD (drum drum drum) 1
Pat's beat Shels
Longford beat Bohs
Pat's beat Longford
17/08/2001, 12:32 PM
About the final: was it a one-off? Two-legged? Where played? Score?
If this stuff isn't readily to hand don't trouble yourself digging it out. I'm just doing some background research for an article.
BTW, there were several JC lookalikes spotted while you were in France: check JW's back posts! :)
FAI U21 eircom League Final
Flancare Park, Longford
Longford Town 0 St. Patrick's Athletic 1 (Mannion)
Referee: Paul Tuite (Dublin)
Assistant: Ciaran Delaney (Dublin)
Assistant: Padraig Sutton (Clare)
F. Official: Declan Hanney (Dublin)
17/08/2001, 2:31 PM
Just to say that the goal was a penalty.
17/08/2001, 2:38 PM
Thanks Conor; great stuff!
And to JC too!
17/08/2001, 2:40 PM
BTW, you haven't got the gen on Lord Lucan have you? :)
17/08/2001, 2:56 PM
Nah but that should be fairly easy to find! ;)
Actually do you have old CCFC programmes - if so could you drop me an e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
17/08/2001, 5:03 PM
About the U-21 Final last season.....
Enda Matthews (Longford Town) got Man of the Match........Just thought I'd add that!!!
18/08/2001, 9:04 AM
...the OFFICIAL attendance; not one of those STAR jobs :D :D :D :D :D
18/08/2001, 12:06 PM
From what I can remember I'd say 100, it was the Thursday after the Cup final and it was disappointing to see such a small crowd. However it was due to be played in Tolka, don't know why it wasn't but it ended up in Flancare anyways!
18/08/2001, 1:55 PM
where will City play their home games?
28/08/2001, 11:50 AM
Bishopstown, I believe, will be home for City's U21s. They kick off v Peake Villa next weekend. Buckets of info on this in the prog v Dundalk - natch!
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