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    Hearing Cian Blake and Connor O Neill both on the way to Douglas Hall next week or two , Eric looking to bolster the pack ,Also looking at brining in Jason Sexton from Everton. Eric has been at all above players games in last two weeks . Danny Ahern time at Rockmount is up heading back to Leeds to play for Declan Fagan. Dean Swords is heading out the door down in Ringmahon to Stephen Henderson down in Cobh .

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    This weeks fixtures are massive in the context of the Munster senior League, I fancy corinthans Avondale And two draw in the ringmahon/Cobh and Ucc/Douglas Hall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guesswho View Post
    Hearing Cian Blake and Connor O Neill both on the way to Douglas Hall next week or two , Eric looking to bolster the pack ,Also looking at brining in Jason Sexton from Everton. Eric has been at all above players games in last two weeks . Danny Ahern time at Rockmount is up heading back to Leeds to play for Declan Fagan. Dean Swords is heading out the door down in Ringmahon to Stephen Henderson down in Cobh .
    I heard cian blake is going to the hall as well!
    think he is carrying a good bit but was a decent player few years back.
    I fancy ringmahon to beat cobh at the weekend along with a draw in the ucc game.

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    Good win for wanderers on the road today , 2-1 v Mahon , they seem to b motoring along nicely, looks like it's between them and Corinthians to challenge dales

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster View Post
    Good win for wanderers on the road today , 2-1 v Mahon , they seem to b motoring along nicely, looks like it's between them and Corinthians to challenge dales
    A good game , two poor keeper mistakes for Cobh goals .Cobh dominated first half but ringmahon missed 3 great chances in second half .and had cobh pinned back for long spells .I personally fancy cors to win the league if joe gamble stays around and they get one or two in

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    with Joe Gamble taking up the role with Limerick would probably mean he wont be about for Corinthians,Surely hes work with them will see them will see them through they are going well and in the grand scheme of things how much of a difference can he make

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    Super win for us at the weekend v Ringmahon always a tough place to go and get a win.Tight game as expected and delighted with the defensive performance to see out the game and claim the 3 points ,and keep a bit of pressure on cors .Intermediate cup at the weekend and best of luck to all the cork teams hopefully some positive results for us all.

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    Heard Karl caulfield is on his way to cobh and the two longs are on the move too. Not good for kilreen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazzer10 View Post
    Heard Karl caulfield is on his way to cobh and the two longs are on the move too. Not good for kilreen.
    Silly season in full swing , Douglas Hal made a huge signing during the week signing former schoolboys international Robert Lehane from Cobh Rams after manger Stephen Henderson failed to make contact with the player , Douglas Hall have turned the corner since that awful defeat in Dublin, Rockmount face huge local derby Friday night a defeat will leave them 4 points adrift from 3rd bottom Ringmahon heading into xmas break. Ringmahon in free-fall sliding alarming down the table and losing top marksman dean Swords to cobh don't help.

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    Coach Education Festival of Football

    If you could share this with the clubs and promote through your social media platforms it would be great.*

    As part of the release of the New Coach Education Pathway we are introducing coaching courses based on the following three key areas:

    1: Reality Based Learning – Where coaches can enter the pathway now at the age specific / level they are working.*

    2: Competency Model, in which every course now has specific entry and exit competencies which will see the programs delivered in a more holistic approach and the move away for the ethos of final assessments.*

    3: The alignment with the Player Development Plan

    With this in mind the New Adult Intro (Coaches currently working in the adult game);*New Youth Intro (Coaches working within the Youth Game; New National D Licence (Replaced the old youth certificate) and the National Goalkeeping D Licence are being released for their first ever delivery in Cork in January as part of a Coach Education Festival of Football which will see the following courses taking place that weekend:

    For your convenience I have explained each of the courses, their entry requirements, and their costs which I would appreciate your support in getting coaches working within the adult and youth game in Cork engaging with these programs and entering the formal coach education pathway. This will not only benefit the individual’s, but their clubs, players and the Leagues by seeing them as the first leagues to have the New Courses, and Coaches with the Qualifications working within the leagues in Cork.

    Adult Intro:

    Course Description:
    This course is designed for coaches actively working within the Adult Game in Ireland. The course is a balance of practical and theory and will see the coach being provided with the knowledge and skills to coach to the highest standard within this section of the game.*

    Course Time:
    ‪Friday 6th January 6pm – 9pm*‬
    Saturday 7th January 9am – 5pm

    Venue:
    Fota Hotel and Spa and Grass Pitches in Fota, Cobh Cork.

    Course Cost:
    €120

    Entry Requirements:
    All coaches must actively be working within the level of Adult Football. All coaches completing coach education must have or be completing their Garda Vetting and Child Welfare Workshop, but if they don’t have these completed they can do the course, and once completed the coach will get their certification.*

    Youth Intro:

    Course Description:
    This course is designed for coaches actively working within the Youth Game 13 – 18 year olds in Ireland. The course is a balance of practical and theory and will see the coach being provided with the knowledge and skills to coach to the highest standard within this section of the game.*

    Course Time:
    ‪Friday 6th January 6pm – 9pm*‬
    Saturday 7th January 9am – 5pm

    Venue:
    Fota Hotel and Spa and Grass Pitches in Fota, Cobh Cork.

    Cost:
    €120

    Entry Requirements:
    All coaches must actively be working within the level of Adult Football. All coaches completing coach education must have or be completing their Garda Vetting and Child Welfare Workshop, but if they don’t have these completed they can do the course, and once completed the coach will get their certification.*


    National Goalkeeping D Licence:

    Course Description:
    The course is designed to develop coaches’ knowledge in dealing with multiple goalkeepers in a club setting. The coach should come away with the knowledge of how to plan and implement a reality based session with*multiple goalkeepers.

    Course Time:
    ‪Sunday 9.30am – 4.30pm‬

    Venue:
    Fota Hotel and Spa and Grass Pitches in Fota, Cobh Cork.

    Cost:
    €90

    Entry Requirements:
    All coaches must have completed the Fundamentals of GK, a former GK Coaching qualification and or has achieved the regard playing experience as a Goalkeeper to allow for entry to the course. *All coaches completing coach education must have or be completing their Garda Vetting and Child Welfare Workshop, but if they don’t have these completed they can do the course, and once completed the coach will get their certification.*


    National D Licence:

    Course Description:
    The course will see the coach complete theory and coaching practice, as well as pre-course, in-course assignments and a review of their coaching experience prior to entry to the coaching Licence Pathway.

    Course Time:
    ‪Sunday 9.30am – 4.30pm‬

    Venue:
    Fota Hotel and Spa and Grass Pitches in Fota, Cobh Cork.

    Cost:
    €90

    Entry Requirements:
    The participant must have completed 40 hours of grassroots coach education before completing the National D Licence.*Coaches can accumulate the hours through completing any of the grassroots courses, some examples being (Kick Start 1 & 2), Youth Intro, Adult Intro, and the workshops (PDP, FUTSAL, Fundamentals of GK, Small Sided Games 4v4, 7v7, Strength and Conditioning.*All coaches completing coach education must have or be completing their Garda Vetting and Child Welfare Workshop, but if they don’t have these completed they can do the course, and once completed the coach will get their certification.*

    For any further information on any of the courses*please contact*Coach Education Manager Niall O Regan through ‪0831530524‬ and or niall.oregan@fai.ie*

    Kind regards,
    Niall

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    Rumours sean caulfield down training with ringmahon and wants out of kilreen already , don't think he'd get a look in with Ringmahon not cut out for that grade

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    Avondale beat Ringmahon 2-0 on Saturday.
    Break now until January 6th.
    Happy Christmas everyone.
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    Hopefully we'll see a few games this weekend.

    Marys host Kinsale tonight in the Munster Senior Cup to see who faces Cork City in the quarters.

    And at the weekend.

    Saturday 14th January(2pm KO)

    Donie Ford Quarter Finals
    Cobh Wanderers v Ringmahon Rgs
    Douglas Hall v Avondale Utd

    Sunday 15th January(10.45am KO)

    Donie Ford Quarter Finals
    U.C.C. v Riverstown
    Leeside v Rockmount

    Beamish Stout Senior Premier Division
    St Mary’s v College Corinthians
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    This weekends results
    Douglas Hall 1-2 Avondale
    Cobh Wanderers 2-1 Ringmahon Rangers
    Leeside 1-2 Rockmount
    UCC 3-1 Riverstown

    Donie Forde being given centre stage again next weekend.


    Saturday 21st January (2pm KO Unless Stated)

    Donie Forde Cup Semi-Final
    U.C.C. v Cobh Wanderers
    Avondale v Rockmount
    Last edited by razor; 16/01/2017 at 9:30 AM.
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    Cobh beat UCC 2-0 and Dale beat Mount 3-0
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    What is going on in this league, there is a massive back log in games coming and teams are allowed to call games off 24hrs in advance now.hardly a drop of rain today.went to one ground today where a game called off and under no circumstances was pitch unplayable today.

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    Worked in Cork on nights on a project for a few weeks so got to see a few MSL games. Always heard that the MSL teams were great but saw Rockmount and St Mary's recently and wasn't a bit impressed. Heard afterwards in work that both teams are in the drop zone. What went wrong and are there any new young players around to get people out to watch local soccer?

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    It runs in cycles like everything.
    Rockmount, Marys and Avondale are all in the bottom 4 but there is a massive fixture backlog.
    Cobh Wanderers and College Corinthians are the top 2 and both in the semis of the Intermediate Cup.

    UCC beat Rockmount 3-2 on Monday and Mount host Marys this Friday.

    Cobh Wanderers host Avondale and Mayfield host UCC on Saturday.

    The Douglas Derby then on Sunday morning as Corinthians host Douglas Hall.
    Ringmahon and Castleview also on Sunday morning, say a prayer for the pitches.
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    Cobh Wanderers 0 Avondale 2. Bit of a surprise result given their respective league standings.

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    Mayfield 0-3 UCC as well.

    league table here
    http://www.munsterseniorleague.ie/le...65/senior_prem
    Last edited by razor; 11/03/2017 at 9:45 PM.
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