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    Also today:
    Oliver Bond Celtic (Dublin) 3 Avenue United 0

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    North End of Wexford beat Janesboro 2-1 today. Good away result for the Slaneysiders.

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    That's the competition blown open even more, Janesboro were the best chance of a Limerick side winning it.

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    They obviously weren't .Fools that thought they were.Why would anyone think there Limericks best chance is beyond me.Can't understand there reasoning.Pike are Limericks best chance and always have been.Boro will always come up short as usual

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    Disagree. Pike have experience in spades which, along with a home draw, counts for an awful lot. Boro had a big talented squad but very little experience compared to Pike.

    But ya, even more so now it's anyone's trophy.

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    how did regional get on today ?

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    As I said last July on the limerick forum doesn’t matter who boro sign they will play the same old heads and get knocked out of fai ......1st sign of madness is doing the same aul thing and expect different results!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadly man View Post
    how did regional get on today ?
    Won 1-0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faceoff View Post
    They obviously weren't .Fools that thought they were.Why would anyone think there Limericks best chance is beyond me.Can't understand there reasoning.Pike are Limericks best chance and always have been.Boro will always come up short as usual
    In fairness they went into the fai as last years league winners and are currently running away with the league,they didn't get the luck with the draw unlike Pike who got Kilfrush and Hill and that is no disrespect to either of those teams,they also brought in Mawdsley who started very well for the club scoring goals so i can see where lads optimism was coming from regarding boro's chances

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    FAI Junior Cup 5th Round Results
    Galway Hibs 1-1 Shannon Town (AET) - Shannon Town won 3-1 on penalties
    Newmarket Celtic 1-0 Birr Town FC
    Oliver Bond Celtic 3-0 Avenue Utd
    Moore Utd 0-3 Grattan Utd
    St. Michaels 6-0 New Ross Celtic
    Tolka Rovers 0-0 Pearse Celtic (AET) - Tolka won 5-4 on penalties
    Iorras Aonthaithe FC 0-1 Nenagh Celtic
    Castlefin Celtic 2-0 Carrigaline Utd
    Galbally FC 1-1 Glin Rovers (AET) - Galbally won 3-2 on penalties
    Mervue Utd 3-2 Shelbourne FC
    Janesboro FC 1-2 North End Utd
    Greencastle FC 1-0 St Francis FC
    Clonmel Celtic 3-0 Courtown Hibs
    Willow Park FC 2-0 Firhouse Clover FC
    Clonmel Town 1-0 Ardee Celtic
    Wexford Bohs 1-2 Knocknaheeny Celtic
    Moyne Rgs 2-1 Lakewood Ath
    Usher Celtic 1-1 St Pauls Artane FC (AET) - Usher won 3-2 on penalties
    Dingle Utd 2-5 Coonagh Utd
    Bandon Utd 0-2 Newfoundwell FC
    Sandyhill Shangan FC 1-2 Cappry Rovers FC
    Regional Utd 1-0 St Peters FC
    Ballinasloe Town 2-0 Knockraha FC
    Hill Celtic 0-4 Pike Rvs,
    Killarney Celtic 4-2 Castlebar Celtic
    Carrick Utd v Straide & Foxford FC (Not played)
    Dungarvan Utd v Boot Road Celtic (Not played)
    Evergreen FC v South Willam St or Kilnamanagh FC (Not played)
    Railway Union FC v Ferrybank FC (Not played)
    Ayrefield FC v Corrib Celtic (Not played)
    Ballymun Utd v Carrig Celtic (Not played)
    Rathmullen Celtic v Innishvilla FC (Not played)

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    Luck of the draw?if they're that good the draw shouldn't matter.Always be the bridesmaids.And as for Mawdsley.Big games big players.I rest my case

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadly man View Post
    In fairness they went into the fai as last years league winners and are currently running away with the league,they didn't get the luck with the draw unlike Pike who got Kilfrush and Hill and that is no disrespect to either of those teams,they also brought in Mawdsley who started very well for the club scoring goals so i can see where lads optimism was coming from regarding boro's chances
    Disagree!! It was a home draw and north end while they are a good side they are no world beaters, poor result for boro that's the trophy they want, big game players need to produce on the big occasion in boro

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    I want to preface all of this by saying I have no Janesboro allegiance, in fact I'm from the Desmond League.

    Quote Originally Posted by faceoff View Post
    Luck of the draw?if they're that good the draw shouldn't matter.Always be the bridesmaids.And as for Mawdsley.Big games big players.I rest my case
    You seem to have a serious bone to pick with Janesboro, the mind boggles.
    The luck of the draw absolutely matters, Sheriff have had bags of it in recent years and were put out of the competition by a strong Usher side. Not to say that Sheriff are no good, but if they'd gotten sticky draws earlier on in the competition in previous years then they might not have won as many.

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    Disagree!! It was a home draw and north end while they are a good side they are no world beaters, poor result for boro that's the trophy they want, big game players need to produce on the big occasion in boro
    In fairness I heard from someone who was at Sheriff vs North End in the Leinster Junior Cup and he said they were a great outfit, same person said they could win the FAI after yesterday's game.

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    When is the draw for the next round?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatboyslim View Post
    When is the draw for the next round?!?!
    friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    I want to preface all of this by saying I have no Janesboro allegiance, in fact I'm from the Desmond League.


    You seem to have a serious bone to pick with Janesboro, the mind boggles.
    The luck of the draw absolutely matters, Sheriff have had bags of it in recent years and were put out of the competition by a strong Usher side. Not to say that Sheriff are no good, but if they'd gotten sticky draws earlier on in the competition in previous years then they might not have won as many.


    In fairness I heard from someone who was at Sheriff vs North End in the Leinster Junior Cup and he said they were a great outfit, same person said they could win the FAI after yesterday's game.
    There is lots of good sides left in but if you go back to the history books they have reached the latter stages of the competition but always fell short, home draw is important and boro had the home draw just were unlucky on the day failed to take their chances they will fight on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster View Post
    friday
    Seems to be to be on Thursday evening.

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    Agree with Shearer on the Janesboro bashing on here.Every big club has the Fai cup top of the list.A few weeks back a Ballananty team full of ex league of ireland recruits lost to Janesboro and a very fancied Carew Park lost to Pike didnt see anyone muttering on those defeats....big games big players .Best of luck to all the Limerick teams in the draw,though obviously one particular team wont mind who they get.

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    I think the Boro bring it on themselves with the way they run their club. The same way another Limerick club, successful in recent years also, with similar practices, was treated. Right or wrong, if you do business like that, you've got to take criticism on the chin.

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    Knocknaheeny Celtic of Cork will have an outside chance without having any superstar ex LOI players or anything like that.
    Very good side, won away from home at the weekend and nobody will want to play them up in knocknaheeny. They`d have a big scalp in them if getting a home draw.

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