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Thread: Cork AUL Divisions 1,2 & 3 2018/19

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    Premier - Knocknaheeny & Grattan
    Premier A - Lakewood & Macroom
    1 - Glen Celtic & Springfield
    1A - Donoughmore & Banteer
    2 - Grattan B & Hibs
    2A - Southcoast & Glenthorn
    3 - Kilumney & Lakewood
    3A - Grangevale & Boscos

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    Is Killreen Celtic senior team gone? looks like they are only entering a junior team next year...madness Prem AUL is well above MSL Junior 2nd division!

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    Mad how Ballincollig just folded, lots of senior teams have gone down Junior before folding and tried to rebuild. Youghal are good example and have bow gone back senior.

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    Hi lads, just wondering is there a thread for the Cork Business League? Hoping to start one if not once I have the access!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCBSL View Post
    Hi lads, just wondering is there a thread for the Cork Business League? Hoping to start one if not once I have the access!
    The way teams are dropping out if the aul. Cbsl teams will be in the league in a year or two. A few of them wouldn't look out of place in the first division or higher

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    Quote Originally Posted by spanishnorrie View Post
    The way teams are dropping out if the aul. Cbsl teams will be in the league in a year or two. A few of them wouldn't look out of place in the first division or higher
    Thanks - we are currently undertaking a full review of the CBSL and are hoping to expand next season with a full re-launch. Really going to push for more Cork Businesses to enter a team.

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    They probably wouldn`t want to. The CBSL is possibly better run especially in terms of website etc.

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    CBSL sort out pitches like Deerpark, Mayfield United & Mayfield Community School for clubs without their own grounds. They give teams in cup finals money for equipment, they tested out the the 5 subs' rule first, some of their teams have done very well in Munster & FAI competitions. I never hear any complaints in the way that they are run, AUL don't help their clubs at all in the way the CBSL do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Play it out View Post
    CBSL sort out pitches like Deerpark, Mayfield United & Mayfield Community School for clubs without their own grounds. They give teams in cup finals money for equipment, they tested out the the 5 subs' rule first, some of their teams have done very well in Munster & FAI competitions. I never hear any complaints in the way that they are run, AUL don't help their clubs at all in the way the CBSL do.
    Spot on, i`m not anti AUL or anything, they do some great work & it is not an easy job i`m sure, i just do think that CBSL happens to be very well run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Play it out View Post
    CBSL sort out pitches like Deerpark, Mayfield United & Mayfield Community School for clubs without their own grounds. They give teams in cup finals money for equipment, they tested out the the 5 subs' rule first, some of their teams have done very well in Munster & FAI competitions. I never hear any complaints in the way that they are run, AUL don't help their clubs at all in the way the CBSL do.

    Been involved in Aul Soccer 10-15 Years playing and can honestly say with huge interest in all league around Cork that the CBSL league is better run and has more structure in place than the AUL.

    Have to give credit where is due.

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    I think there are some very good teams there in business league the likes of Ucc the cow and Quinlans wouldn't look out of place in the upper leagues of the Aul and to be fair are always supplied with the best of gear. I can see Ucc doing well this year in the Fai if they keep the same squad.
    As of the Aul it's in need of a serious overhaul with young blood to get with the times. This fai net registration thing is only an example of how out of touch they were at least there seems to be a secretary who knows her stuff and seems to be up with the times.
    We hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Gaffer View Post
    I think there are some very good teams there in business league the likes of Ucc the cow and Quinlans wouldn't look out of place in the upper leagues of the Aul and to be fair are always supplied with the best of gear. I can see Ucc doing well this year in the Fai if they keep the same squad.
    As of the Aul it's in need of a serious overhaul with young blood to get with the times. This fai net registration thing is only an example of how out of touch they were at least there seems to be a secretary who knows her stuff and seems to be up with the times.
    We hope
    The Cow & Quinnlins would do well maybe in league 2 but they wouldn't cut the mustard in higher level TBH.

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    From what I have been told Quinlins are going to be very strong this year a lot of ex glentoran and Leeds players and with nipper in charge he will always attract a good quality player don't know much about the Cow but with the talks of Village struggling there will obviously be a knock on affect with some of them players going to the Cow and to be Fair there is maybe 4 Teams in the Premier that are league above the rest Grattan knocka Bohs and Pearse the rest are only average to be fair I think they would hold there own no bothers in the Premier A at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Gaffer View Post
    From what I have been told Quinlins are going to be very strong this year a lot of ex glentoran and Leeds players and with nipper in charge he will always attract a good quality player don't know much about the Cow but with the talks of Village struggling there will obviously be a knock on affect with some of them players going to the Cow and to be Fair there is maybe 4 Teams in the Premier that are league above the rest Grattan knocka Bohs and Pearse the rest are only average to be fair I think they would hold there own no bothers in the Premier A at least.
    start a tread so for cbsl so kid.village have a very healthy squad kid .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    start a tread so for cbsl so kid.village have a very healthy squad kid .
    Have nothing to do with cbsl kid just stating an opinion I hope to God Village have a strong squad as the league will only be stronger with a good Village team with the talent they have had the past few years definitely underachieved in my opinion

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    Cow have gotten out of cork last 2 seasons in Munster junior cup!

    Village at home to the cow tonight at 7:15 in silver heights if ye wanna see wants what!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Cow have gotten out of cork last 2 seasons in Munster junior cup!

    Village at home to the cow tonight at 7:15 in silver heights if ye wanna see wants what!
    finished 4-4 buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    start a tread so for cbsl so kid.village have a very healthy squad kid .
    I'd love to start a thread - but don't think i have the full access yet. I've only recently become a committee member of the CBSL and yes I agree it is very well run, I am hoping to take it up a notch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Gaffer View Post
    From what I have been told Quinlins are going to be very strong this year a lot of ex glentoran and Leeds players and with nipper in charge he will always attract a good quality player don't know much about the Cow but with the talks of Village struggling there will obviously be a knock on affect with some of them players going to the Cow and to be Fair there is maybe 4 Teams in the Premier that are league above the rest Grattan knocka Bohs and Pearse the rest are only average to be fair I think they would hold there own no bothers in the Premier A at least.
    Nipper is only doing the job so that he can have 1 good year win a handy double nad get A move back to Glenthorn or Grattan..Hes well clued in that fella.

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    does winning a double in the Business league count for much when trying to get a job in the AUL or MSL?

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