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    Foot.ie! Leinster Senior Cup 2018/19

    Oh no, here he comes again ...

    The LFA have made slight improvements in their publicity for their oldest and most senior competition: the Preliminary and First Round draws were indeed posted in a timely manner on their website.
    But there the matter rests.
    The same is true, sadly, of Extratime, whose attention to detail has declined considerably (don't even think of trying to piece together the under age competitions for last season on that site: they fell off the table at some point).
    I came across a Second Round draw elsewhere, and a reference to a third round match in a club website.
    Here's the state of play so far. Any additions and/or corrections welcome.

    Preliminary Round
    Hanover Harps (Carlow) 3-0 Tallaght City (LFL) (14 Oct)
    [Simon O'Shea, Mark Davis, Alan Shaw]
    Trim Celtic (NEFL) 2-0 Suncroft AFC (Kildare) (02 Sep)
    [Colm Carney 2]
    Ashford Rovers (Wicklow) 5-1 Monksland United (CCFL) (16 Sep)
    [Jack Geraghty (2), Robbie Eyre (2), Evan Dunne; ?]

    First Round
    Kilbarrack United (LSL) 2-0 Harding IF FC (UCFL) (24 Aug)
    [Alan Clarke 15, Anto McKay 80]
    Usher Celtic (AUL) 0-4 North End United (Wexford) (18 Sep)
    Hanover Harps v Ashford Rovers
    Evergreen FC (Kilkenny) 4-0 Trim Celtic (14 Oct)
    [????; (Sean FitzGerald, Anto Burke s/o)]

    Second Round
    Evergreen 0-1 Ayrfield United (10 Dec)
    [Mick Mooney 59]
    Sheriff YC v Hanover Harps/Ashford Rovers
    North End United 2-1 Kilbarrack United (09 Dec)
    [Gary Dempsey 46, Adam Byrne 57 og; Anthony McKay 61 pen]

    Third Round ("to be played in January", including)
    Ayrfield United v North End United

    Happy Nerd Year to all!

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    It's sad what's become of Extratime. Used to be my go-to for most things LOI related, but it's sadly declined greatly this past two or three years.

    Gareth and Co put in a huge amount of effort in keeping the show on the road, but even the official league site has overtaken it in terms of quality content.

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    Probably like us all dedicated LoI fans we grow up and have things like family committments to interfere with our obsession and maybe thats whats happened with ET.ie.

    Thanks for the post littleBray, as much as the LSC gets maligned and is really a run out for the young lads at senior clubs I do have a fondness for the competition, that and the tropy isnt a cheap piece of tin (it and the FAI Cup) when you do get your hands on it. Pity the LFA dont do a bit more with the competition as it one of the few times that smaller junior clubs get to play senior opposition whereas you regulalry see the same junior names in the FAI Cup draws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    It's sad what's become of Extratime. Used to be my go-to for most things LOI related, but it's sadly declined greatly this past two or three years.

    Gareth and Co put in a huge amount of effort in keeping the show on the road, but even the official league site has overtaken it in terms of quality content.
    Speaking of Gareth, whatever happened to Shelsweb?

    It's a funny one. All the LFA have to do is update their website with the draw and results, hard to see why that's beyond them.

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    I'm told we're at home to either Crumlin or Malahide.

    Drogheda are home to Firhouse Clover. Or Sheriffy YC. Or Hanover Harps or Ashford Rovers.

    All dates to be advised at a later date. So not only do we not know when the games will be played, we don't know when we'll know when the games will be played.

    The LFA really are a disorganised shambles.

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    I wonder if the Gary Dempsey who plays for North End is the same Gary Dempsey who played underage for Ireland winning a Euro Ch/ship? He's from that neck of the woods and returned to Waterford some time ago. He wouldn't be beyond that level at his age.
    That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age

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    Dundalk must be quaking in their boots they have drawn the mighty Athlone Town! 😆

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    The Gary Dempsey that plays for North End is the same as the one who played for Bray, Waterford, Aberdeen, Dunfermline, etc. I'm not certain as to his international career but Wikipedia has him with one appearance at U17 level only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForzaForth View Post
    The Gary Dempsey that plays for North End is the same as the one who played for Bray, Waterford, Aberdeen, Dunfermline, etc. I'm not certain as to his international career but Wikipedia has him with one appearance at U17 level only.
    Thanks FF. Pretty sure Gary was on Kerr's U16 squad as one of the boys who benefitted from the age-change that year. Could be wrong though. Would he have been with Joey's at that stage? possibly.
    That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForzaForth View Post
    The Gary Dempsey that plays for North End is the same as the one who played for Bray, Waterford, Aberdeen, Dunfermline, etc. I'm not certain as to his international career but Wikipedia has him with one appearance at U17 level only.
    where in wexford is North End forza?thats the tie we will really want! never forget my trip to Enniscorthy a few yrs back to play Shamrock Rovers( Enniscorthy version_!
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    Marty, North End's pitch is just behind St. Peter's College and very close to the Wexford Park GAA grounds so it's more or less in the middle of the town. Has a decent slope on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    https://www.rte.ie/sport/soccer/2018...reer-was-over/

    He was injured pre-tournament.
    That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForzaForth View Post
    Marty, North End's pitch is just behind St. Peter's College and very close to the Wexford Park GAA grounds so it's more or less in the middle of the town. Has a decent slope on it.
    thats great to hear so if I decide to stay over in Wexford its bang in the centre of town!more accessible than Wexford FC!
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    Sorry to be late with this, the Fourth Round was apparently drawn yesterday afternoon, sources suggest! I thought I had posted it late last night, but evidently not. The Third Round remains shrouded in mystery.

    Third Round (?inc)
    Ayrfield United v North End United
    Crumlin United v Malahide United
    Firhouse Clover/Sheriff YC v Hanover Harps/Ashford Rovers*
    Killester Donnycarney FC v Bluebell United
    * Checking ties

    Fourth Round
    Shelbourne v Bohemians
    Cabinteely FC v Bray Wanderers
    UCD v Crumlin United/Malahide United
    Dundalk v Athlone Town
    Ayrfield United/North End United v Longford Town
    St Patricks Athletic v Wexford
    Firhouse/Sheriff/Hanover/Ashford v Drogheda United
    Killester Donnycarney FC/Bluebell United v Shamrock Rovers

    No dates for any of these yet ... of course.

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    Ayrefield Utd where in Dublin are they does anyone know?
    Neale Fenn red and black army

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinho II View Post
    Ayrefield Utd where in Dublin are they does anyone know?
    Out by darndale I think. Halfway between Clontarf and Portmarnock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RathfarnhamHoop View Post
    Out by darndale I think. Halfway between Clontarf and Portmarnock.
    Out the Malahide Road (from Fairview) turn right at Darndale Roundabout towards Donameade. You can access it through Raheny or Clontarf as well but Malahide Road is probably easiest for anyone unfamiliar with the area. Atrefeild itself is a housing scheme, the club play at Blundell Road.

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    Sheriff, North End and Ayrfield are all Junior aren't they?
    Are they invited in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlebray View Post
    Sorry to be late with this, the Fourth Round was apparently drawn yesterday afternoon, sources suggest! I thought I had posted it late last night, but evidently not. The Third Round remains shrouded in mystery.

    Third Round (?inc)
    Ayrfield United v North End United
    Crumlin United v Malahide United
    Firhouse Clover/Sheriff YC v Hanover Harps/Ashford Rovers*
    Killester Donnycarney FC v Bluebell United
    * Checking ties

    Fourth Round
    Shelbourne v Bohemians
    Cabinteely FC v Bray Wanderers
    UCD v Crumlin United/Malahide United
    Dundalk v Athlone Town
    Ayrfield United/North End United v Longford Town
    St Patricks Athletic v Wexford
    Firhouse/Sheriff/Hanover/Ashford v Drogheda United
    Killester Donnycarney FC/Bluebell United v Shamrock Rovers

    No dates for any of these yet ... of course.

    A Tallaght Derby assuming Bluebell make it past Killester , which they should.
    Shoudl be good fun and good day out for all concerned.

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