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    Fixtures/Results: w/e 19th October 2008

    Bohemians - Derry City
    Finn Harps - Drogheda United
    Mervue United 4-0 Shamrock Rovers
    Sligo Rovers 2-1 Salthill Devon

    Bray Wanderers - St. Patrick’s Athletic
    Cobh Ramblers P-P U.C.D.
    Limerick 37 - Galway United
    Tullamore Town 0-4 Cork City

    Anyone got the others ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoss View Post
    Bohemians - Derry City
    Finn Harps - Drogheda United

    Mervue United 4-0 Shamrock Rovers
    Sligo Rovers 2-1 Salthill Devon

    Bray Wanderers - St. Patrick’s Athletic
    Cobh Ramblers P-P U.C.D.
    Limerick 37 - Galway United
    Tullamore Town 0-4 Cork City

    Anyone got the others ?
    Aertel.ie pulled the results a little early this week. I was feeling a bit lost.
    But I saw Bohemians 1-0 Derry City and Finn Harps - Drogheda Utd OFF on the site.
    Bray Wanderers 0:0 St. Pat's Ath. according to the St. Pat's website.

    'P-P' isn't the correct term for Cobh - UCD.
    'WTS' Watch This Space suits it better. An outcome should be known in a week or two.
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    A win for Bohs means they're in the final, yeah?

    A decision on Cobh v UCD will have to be made this week really as the final's approaching. However, I could see a walkover for us on the basis that neither side has anything to play for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    A win for Bohs means they're in the final, yeah?

    A decision on Cobh v UCD will have to be made this week really as the final's approaching. However, I could see a walkover for us on the basis that neither side has anything to play for.
    Yes their points total at the moment is greater than the others' maximum.
    There are a few outstanding games in Group 1 too. Shamrock v. Bohs been one to affect the leaders.

    Maybe Cobh and UCD can reach an agreement on the amount of points we owe each other. We could lend them some of our spare points as an initial investment.
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    Or we could given them the three points in exchange for the three points later in the evening?

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    Harps v Drogheda was called off as Drogheda were unable to field a team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    A win for Bohs means they're in the final, yeah?

    A decision on Cobh v UCD will have to be made this week really as the final's approaching. However, I could see a walkover for us on the basis that neither side has anything to play for.

    Are you for real, the game was called off due to Mayfield United not allowing the game go ahead on tyheir pitch. You dont expect two matches to be played at St Colemans park within a few hours, I bet you would now liked it to be that way, so your senior game cancelled.
    As far as Im aware they also tried to get the game to ahead, they had a full squad,so I dont know what you on about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoss View Post

    Anyone got the others ?
    Limerick v galway was off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the sub View Post
    Are you for real, the game was called off due to Mayfield United not allowing the game go ahead on tyheir pitch. You dont expect two matches to be played at St Colemans park within a few hours, I bet you would now liked it to be that way, so your senior game cancelled.
    As far as Im aware they also tried to get the game to ahead, they had a full squad,so I dont know what you on about.
    the sub There may be plenty of reasons why the game did not go ahead.

    Why did Mayfield refuse Cobh Ramblers access to their pitch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpoJoyce View Post
    the sub There may be plenty of reasons why the game did not go ahead.

    Why did Mayfield refuse Cobh Ramblers access to their pitch?
    Because we had rain most of the week and that day there were heavy showers and their pitch was unplayable.
    Most of the Cork youth and AUL league fixtures were cancelled, I think if you own a pitch and invest £m in development you try to keep it in good condition. I,m involved in soccer in Cork and we had to cancell all our games, the week before one of our older teams played on our main pitch when it was deemed not playable, now the pitch is closed for at least a month and will coust a few hundred that we cannot afford to put it right. What you you do, also remember Cobh were trying to cut the costs for UCD by having both games on the same day.
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    We played Cork in the league on a Friday and in the A League on a Saturday just last month. I'm sure we'd have managed the same thing.

    Do Mayfield have the authority to call off a match like that? Or is it something only the match officials have to authority to do? If Mayfield called off the match off their own bat, for rain or rent or whatever reason (and I was in Cork from 3 and it wasn't raining, and I flew in from London and the pilot told me the weather was light drizzle), I'd take it that Cobh were unable to provide a venue and should forfeit.

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    Some tidying up, back match results

    Bohemian FC 3-1 Shamrock rovers
    Dalymount Sat 25th

    Shamrock Rovers 4-4 Drogheda Utd.
    Sacred Heart Fc, Killinarden Mon 27th Oct.

    (maybe more to follow).
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    Today

    Limerick 1 Ten man Galway 0
    Davd, the winds blown, the winds blown, all of my dreams away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpoJoyce View Post
    Some tidying up, back match results

    Bohemian FC 3-1 Shamrock rovers
    Dalymount Sat 25th

    Shamrock Rovers 4-4 Drogheda Utd.
    Sacred Heart Fc, Killinarden Mon 27th Oct.
    Mervue United guaranteed a play-off with Kildare County now

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoss View Post
    Mervue United guaranteed a play-off with Kildare County now
    Kildare can still finish higher than last place.
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    Colin Scanlon - hero!

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    Well, the way they are at the moment, they will finish bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lim till i die View Post
    Today

    Limerick 1 Ten man Galway 0
    They had 11 for the majority of the second half though
    For all the latest League of Ireland news visit www.extratime.ie

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    Quote Originally Posted by L37Ultra View Post
    They had 11 for the majority of the second half though
    Kudos to them and their professionalism
    Davd, the winds blown, the winds blown, all of my dreams away.

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    finn harps 3-1 Mervue

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoss View Post
    Mervue United guaranteed a play-off with Kildare County now
    As far as I can see Drogheda are 3 points behind with 2 games to play and Rovers are 4 points behind with 3 games to play which means Mervue can still be caught, correct me if I'm wrong but it's very hard to find up to date tables on this

    In relation to Kildare, with Athlone winning tonight they will have to win their last 3 games by 4 goals and hope Athlone lose them all

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