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    Neulengbach 5 UCD 1

    Neulengbach took the lead on 2 minutes through Berger. UCD responded in the best possible fashion when Mary Waldron equalised on 18 minutes.
    Neulengbach banged in three more goals in the first half ( Gstottner 25 mins; Santos Augusto 26 minutes and Burger again 37 minutes) to leave the half-time score 4-1. Celouch added the final goal for the Austrians on 47 minutes.
    There was no further scoring and even the introduction of a couple of substitutes did not improve matters for College. Insult added to injury when captain Sylvia Gee was red carded in the 86th minute and she will be automatically suspended for the next game against Bordelino Verona on Thursday evening. In the other game played in the group Bordelino Verona beat hosts ZNK Maksimir 3-0. Two wins and favourable results elsewhere will be needed if UCD are to win the group and advance to the next stage. But without their captain and top scorer on Wednesday this will not be an easy task.
    UCD:- Niamh Spratt; Louise Kearney, Sinead Forde, Nora Stapleton, Niamh Connolly; Sharon Cullen ,Karina Kelly, Mary Waldron, Sharon Horgan;Carmel Kissane, Sylvia Gee SUBS USED:- Anne Marie Murphy for Kearney (75 mins); Lorraine O'Sullivan for Connolly (80 mins)
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    UCD lost 2-0 to Verona (very respectable scoreline though) and are out of the competition - UCD website. Neulenbach beat Maksimir 5-1, so if we can draw with Maksimir, we'll at least not finish bottom!

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    Bardolino Verona 2 UCD 0

    UCD lost the second game of their UEFA Women's Cup Group A2 campaign and bowed out of the competition after this result. Missing inspirational skipper and top scorer in domestic competitions Sylvia Gee through suspension, UCD lacked a cutting edge in attack. A scoreless first half saw UCD make one substitution introducing Nicola Lindsay into the defence in place of Louise Kearney. Bardolino took the lead on 67 minutes through Ficarelli. Lorraine O'Sullivan replaced Sharon Horgan on 71 minutes and Anne Marie Murphy replaced Elaine Cohalan on 78 minutes and UCD chased an equaliser until the 87th minute when Brumana's goal , the second of the game for the Italians, put the game beyond reach.

    UCD:- Niamh Spratt; Louise Kearney, Sinead Forde, Niamh Connolly, Nora Stapleton, Karina Kelly, Sharon Cullen, Mary Waldron,Sharon Horgan; Elaine Cohalan , Carmel Kissane SUBS USED:- Nicola Lindsay for Kearney (46 mins);
    Lorraine O'Sullivan for Horgan (71 mins) and Anne-Marie Murphy for Cohalan (76 mins)
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    Great reports CTID. Brother in Law was looking all over the place for news on the competition so he'll be delighted to read your reports. Glad to see Niamh Connolly playing.........thought she was semi-retired???

    Sad to see them struggling but the experience will do them a power of good in future seasons.

    I've seen a lot of women's soccer.particularly in the 90's decade and I have to confess that I found the standard.......in schools footie and clubs etc.........pretty poor. The Women's FAI is a joke.

    You won't believe this, but I remember a senior member of that organisation whnging to me that the FAI Schools were not doing enough to promote women's CLUB football in the country. At the time we were the only outfit promoting/organising/expanding the women's game in Ireland and, basically, doing their job for them while they sat on their asses and arranged to see how many "suits" would travel to away intenational matches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirhamish
    Great reports CTID. Brother in Law was looking all over the place for news on the competition so he'll be delighted to read your reports. Glad to see Niamh Connolly playing.........thought she was semi-retired???

    Sad to see them struggling but the experience will do them a power of good in future seasons.

    I've seen a lot of women's soccer.particularly in the 90's decade and I have to confess that I found the standard.......in schools footie and clubs etc.........pretty poor. The Women's FAI is a joke.

    You won't believe this, but I remember a senior member of that organisation whnging to me that the FAI Schools were not doing enough to promote women's CLUB football in the country. At the time we were the only outfit promoting/organising/expanding the women's game in Ireland and, basically, doing their job for them while they sat on their asses and arranged to see how many "suits" would travel to away intenational matches.
    One of the problems faced by the Women's FAI is that unlike the GAA they are not permitted to go into schools and promote the game at the present time. That could be where you in the FAI Schools could play a part.
    Following the full time appointment of Noel King as Women's International manner coupled with the appointment of additional Women's Regional Development Officers to supplement the work done by present incumbent Niamh Spratt , (current UCD goalie) , should improve matters.

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    As regards being pro-active I think one of the problems with the Womens FAI has been that the people at the top are voluntary and as such have other things in their lives which need attending to. That and two of the leading officials have in recent years been co-opted on to numerous FAI committees and are highly regarded in those circles. The result of that is that being pro-active on behalf of women's soccer has for various reasons fallen down the pecking order for some of them.

    However now that there are more full time people working on behalf of Women's Football situation is bound to improve. The FAI to be fair have been prioritising grant aid for development of facilities to clubs who either have Women's teams of their own or who lease their premises to Women's clubs
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    UCD do have their sh1t together sir hamish!
    A bit of background for you.

    I was secretary of UCD Womens College team in 1997/98 and early in my tenure, one of the players Katie Liston, the coach and myself tossed the idea around of having a summer team and how it would recruit players etc and what would and would not be possible. Katie Liston and the coach had meetings the Sports Department at the time and while the meetings did not produce the immediate result desired... a seed was planted so to speak.
    In 2001 Katie Liston revived the concept together with their then secretary Caroline Duggan( my successor) and this time the budget for 2002 was adjusted to provide for it.

    They entered the DWSL and in their debut season came second in the Premier Division and won the WFAI Cup 2002. In 2003 they won the League and Cup and represented the Republic in the Women's UEFA Cup for the first time. In 2004 the League was won again and the Dublin Premier Cup was added to the by now annual WFAI Cup victory and began their 2nd UEFA Cup campaign. In 2005 they have won the Premier Division title yet again are currently playing in their 3rd Women's UEFA Cup campaign and are in the last 8 of the Dublin Premier Cup and are about to embark on their defence of the WFAI Cup in September.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeTillIDie
    UCD do have their sh1t together sir hamish!
    A bit of background for you.

    I was secretary of UCD Womens College team in 1997/98 and early in my tenure, one of the players Katie Liston, the coach and myself tossed the idea around of having a summer team and how it would recruit players etc and what would and would not be possible. Katie Liston and the coach had meetings the Sports Department at the time and while the meetings did not produce the immediate result desired... a seed was planted so to speak.
    In 2001 Katie Liston revived the concept together with their then secretary Caroline Duggan( my successor) and this time the budget for 2002 was adjusted to provide for it.

    They entered the DWSL and in their debut season came second in the Premier Division and won the WFAI Cup 2002. In 2003 they won the League and Cup and represented the Republic in the Women's UEFA Cup for the first time. In 2004 the League was won again and the Dublin Premier Cup was added to the by now annual WFAI Cup victory and began their 2nd UEFA Cup campaign. In 2005 they have won the Premier Division title yet again are currently playing in their 3rd Women's UEFA Cup campaign and are in the last 8 of the Dublin Premier Cup and are about to embark on their defence of the WFAI Cup in September.
    Wow - that is some record CTID - respect, as the younger generation say. . Meant, actually, to add to my "sh!t" compliment (oxymoron?) that with CTID involved it's no surprise - didn't realise you were THAT involved.
    Maybe you guys in UCD might take over the whole national schebang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeTillIDie
    UCD do have their sh1t together sir hamish!
    A bit of background for you.

    I was secretary of UCD Womens College team in 1997/98 and early in my tenure, one of the players Katie Liston, the coach and myself tossed the idea around of having a summer team and how it would recruit players etc and what would and would not be possible. Katie Liston and the coach had meetings the Sports Department at the time and while the meetings did not produce the immediate result desired... a seed was planted so to speak.
    In 2001 Katie Liston revived the concept together with their then secretary Caroline Duggan( my successor) and this time the budget for 2002 was adjusted to provide for it.

    They entered the DWSL and in their debut season came second in the Premier Division and won the WFAI Cup 2002. In 2003 they won the League and Cup and represented the Republic in the Women's UEFA Cup for the first time. In 2004 the League was won again and the Dublin Premier Cup was added to the by now annual WFAI Cup victory and began their 2nd UEFA Cup campaign. In 2005 they have won the Premier Division title yet again are currently playing in their 3rd Women's UEFA Cup campaign and are in the last 8 of the Dublin Premier Cup and are about to embark on their defence of the WFAI Cup in September.
    Wow - that is some record CTID - respect, as the younger generation might say. . Meant, actually, to add to my "sh!t" compliment (oxymoron?) that with CTID involved it's no surprise - didn't realise you were THAT involved.
    Maybe you guys in UCD might take over the whole national schebang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirhamish
    I thought that there were fulltimers running all FAI affiliates???

    Thanks anyway for that info. CTID.
    Not yet. Noel King's appointment and that of the extra RDO's for Women's soccer is a step in the right direction. Administratively the International teams are catered for by the FAI International section and the Domestic game by members of the FAI Domestic Section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirhamish
    Wow - that is some record CTID - respect, as the younger generation might say. . Meant, actually, to add to my "sh!t" compliment (oxymoron?) that with CTID involved it's no surprise - didn't realise you were THAT involved.
    Maybe you guys in UCD might take over the whole national schebang.
    I had moved on by the time Katie and Caroline worked the oracle for the women's team. But a lot of the theoretical input from the early attempts were incorporated into the finalised reality. I suggested recruiting graduates of UCD and other institutions as well as any staff members who might be useful players. And a careful look at the present squad shows that each player fits that bill.


    Well the Eircom League had Brendan Dillon for a while and of course the late great Doc was General Secretary of the FAI for a while too so maybe that would not be such a bad thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeTillIDie
    Not yet. Noel King's appointment and that of the extra RDO's for Women's soccer is a step in the right direction. Administratively the International teams are catered for by the FAI International section and the Domestic game by members of the FAI Domestic Section.
    Things have changed since my time then, When we had a schools international, the FAI's role was to send us to John Fallon in Direct Teamwear in North Frederick Street, he'd give us the kit and we did everything else ourselves, arranging accommodation, buses, match officials, grounds etc etc etc.

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    When the attempt to have a summer team for 1998 failed for UCD , I was invited to represent Benfica Waterford at the Dublin League. I have been the secretary of their senior ( DUblin League ) team ever since as well as being PRO for the entire club. All the away games are either in or around Dublin bar one in Dundalk. I travel to all the home games I can during the summer too.

    I am helping them regain their place as Ireland's #1 team, which they were when I met them first back in 1993. We have the talent they just are a lazy shower of heifers who work shifts and so don't be at training half the time.
    So lately we have been recruiting players from Waterford, Kilkenny and County Wexford and we will be mounting a challenge in the WFAI Senior Cup this autumn

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeTillIDie
    When the attempt to have a summer team for 1998 failed for UCD , I was invited to represent Benfica Waterford at the Dublin League. I have been the secretary of their senior ( DUblin League ) team ever since as well as being PRO for the entire club. All the away games are either in or around Dublin bar one in Dundalk. I travel to all the home games I can during the summer too.

    I am helping them regain their place as Ireland's #1 team, which they were when I met them first back in 1993. We have the talent they just are a lazy shower of heifers who work shifts and so don't be at training half the time.
    So lately we have been recruiting players from Waterford, Kilkenny and County Wexford and we will be mounting a challenge in the WFAI Senior Cup this autumn
    Must be extremely hard to organise any Summer operation with students, though, CTID.

    Check out Leonard Noone's outfit, Eureka United (Kells), he always seems to have one or two class players each year.

    Heifers?? Hope none of them are Footie members. LOL

    BTW - disregard my PM CTID - have given up on that idea.

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    UCD 2 : 0 ZNK Maksimir

    Never one to post ugly rumours this looks like a 2:0 win for UCD WFC.

    http://www.eurotopfoot.com/womencup.php3


    When UEFA and CTID confim the result, it'll be their first win in Europe after nine games ( 3 years) and the first clean sheet. And they'll have held their 3rd place seeding in the group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpoJoyce
    Never one to post ugly rumours this looks like a 2:0 win for UCD WFC.

    http://www.eurotopfoot.com/womencup.php3


    When UEFA and CTID confim the result, it'll be their first win in Europe after nine games ( 3 years) and the first clean sheet. And they'll have held their 3rd place seeding in the group.
    How did you get the result there? All it gave me was the draw for the second phase groups. No info on UEFA 's website either so far. All will be revealed tomorrow no doubt. Hope it is correct

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    Seems to be correct alright, CTID. Found this posted elsewhere, not sure of its provenance. UCD result in Group A2.

    GROUP A1
    09-Aug Montpellier HSC - Glentoran Belfast United 8:0
    SU 1° Dezembro - Cardiff City LFC 3:0
    11-Aug Montpellier HSC - Cardiff City LFC 2:0
    SU 1° Dezembro - Glentoran Belfast United 7:0
    13-Aug SU 1° Dezembro - Montpellier HSC 0:1
    Cardiff City LFC - Glentoran Belfast United 3:0


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    Montpellier HSC (FRA) 3 3 0 0 11 0 9 - Q
    SU 1° Dezembro (POR) 3 2 0 1 10 1 6
    Cardiff City LFC (WAL) 3 1 0 2 3 5 3
    Glentoran Belfast United (NIR) 3 0 0 3 0 18 0


    GROUP A2
    09-Aug SV Neulengbach - University College Dublin 5:1
    A.S.D. C.F. Verona - ŽNK Maksimir 3:0
    11-Aug ŽNK Maksimir - SV Neulengbach 1:5
    A.S.D. C.F. Verona - University College Dublin 2:0
    13-Aug A.S.D. C.F. Verona - SV Neulengbach 0:0
    ŽNK Maksimir - University College Dublin 0:2


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    SV Neulengbach (AUT) 3 2 1 0 10 2 7 - Q
    A.S.D. C.F. Bardolino Verona (ITA) 3 2 1 0 5 0 7
    University College Dublin WFC (IRL) 3 1 0 2 3 7 3
    ŽNK Maksimir (CRO) 3 0 0 3 1 10 0


    GROUP A3
    09-Aug Athletic Club B.F.K.E.B. - Glasgow City LFC 6:2
    Saestum - KFC Rapide Wezemaal 2:1
    11-Aug Athletic Club B.F.K.E.B. - KFC Rapide Wezemaal 3:0
    Saestum - Glasgow City LFC 7:0
    13-Aug Saestum - Athletic Club B.F.K.E.B. 1:1
    KFC Rapide Wezemaal - Glasgow City LFC 5:1


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    Saestum (NED) 3 2 1 0 10 2 7 - Q
    Athletic Club B.F.K.E.B. (ESP) 3 2 1 0 10 3 7
    KFC Rapide Wezemaal (BEL) 3 1 0 2 6 6 3
    Glasgow City LFC (SCO) 3 0 0 3 3 18 0


    GROUP A4
    09-Aug Røa Idrettslag - Valur Reykjavik 1:4
    FC United - Pärnu FC 2:0
    11-Aug Røa Idrettslag - Pärnu FC 9:1
    FC United - Valur Reykjavik 1:2
    13-Aug FC United - Røa Idrettslag 2:3
    Pärnu FC - Valur Reykjavik 1:8


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    Valur Reykjavik (ISL) 3 3 0 0 14 3 9 - Q
    Røa Idrettslag (NOR) 3 2 0 1 13 7 6
    FC United Jakobstad Pietarsaari (FIN) 3 1 0 2 5 5 3
    Pärnu FC (EST) 3 0 0 3 2 19 0


    GROUP A5
    09-Aug SC LUwin.ch - Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag 5:1
    ZFK Shkiponjat - FC Codru Anenii Noi 1:4
    11-Aug ZFK Shkiponjat - SC LUwin.ch 0:7
    FC Codru Anenii Noi - Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag 4:1
    13-Aug FC Codru Anenii Noi - SC LUwin.ch 0:4
    ZFK Shkiponjat - Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag 1:1


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    SC LUwin.ch (SUI) 3 3 0 0 16 1 9 - Q
    FC Codru Anenii Noi (MDA) 3 2 0 1 8 6 6
    Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag (FAR) 3 0 1 2 3 10 1
    ZFK Shkiponjat (MKD) 3 0 1 2 2 12 1


    GROUP A6
    09-Aug AC Sparta Praha - CFF Clujana 1:1
    Universitet Vitetsk - Gintra Universitetas 2:0
    11-Aug AC Sparta Praha - Gintra Universitetas 9:0
    Universitet Vitetsk - CFF Clujana 2:2
    13-Aug AC Sparta Praha - Universitet Vitetsk 3:0
    Gintra Universitetas - CFF Clujana 2:2


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    AC Sparta Praha (CZE) 3 2 1 0 13 1 7 - Q
    Universitet Vitetsk (BLR) 3 1 1 1 4 5 4
    CFF Clujana (ROM) 3 0 3 0 5 5 3
    Gintra Universitetas (LIT) 3 0 1 2 2 13 1


    GROUP A7
    09-Aug KS AZS Wroclaw - Arsenal Kharkiv 5:0
    Maccabi Holon FC - AEK Kokkinochovion 6:0
    11-Aug KS AZS Wroclaw - AEK Kokkinochovion 11:0
    Maccabi Holon FC - Arsenal Kharkiv 1:8
    13-Aug KS AZS Wroclaw - Maccabi Holon FC 1:0
    AEK Kokkinochovion - Arsenal Kharkiv 0:20


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    KS AZS Wroclaw (POL) 3 3 0 0 17 0 9 - Q
    Arsenal Kharkiv (UKR) 3 2 0 1 28 6 6
    Maccabi Holon FC (ISR) 3 1 0 2 7 9 3
    AEK Kokkinochovion (CYP) 3 0 0 3 0 37 0


    GROUP A8
    09-Aug ZNK SFK 2000 Sarajevo - LADA Toliatti 0:3
    ŽNK KRKA Novo Mesto - PVFA Bratislava 1:4
    11-Aug LADA Toliatti - PVFA Bratislava 6:0
    ZNK SFK 2000 Sarajevo - ŽNK KRKA Novo Mesto 1:0
    13-Aug ŽNK KRKA Novo Mesto - LADA Toliatti 0:5
    ZNK SFK 2000 Sarajevo - PVFA Bratislava 1:0


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    LADA Toliatti (RUS) 3 3 0 0 14 0 9 - Q
    ZNK SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BHZ) 3 2 0 1 2 3 6
    Polygraf Venglosova Futbalová Akadé (SVK) 3 1 0 2 4 8 3
    ŽNK KRKA Novo Mesto (SLO) 3 0 0 3 1 10 0


    GROUP A9
    09-Aug AE Aegina - MTK Hungária FC 2:2
    FC NSA Sofia - Alma KTZH 0:5
    11-Aug FC NSA Sofia - AE Aegina 3:1
    Alma KTZH - MTK Hungária FC 3:0
    13-Aug Alma KTZH - AE Aegina 2:3
    FC NSA Sofia - MTK Hungária FC 1:1


    TEAM P W D L F A Pts
    Alma KTZH (KAZ) 3 2 0 1 10 3 6 - Q
    FC NSA Sofia (BUL) 3 1 1 1 4 7 4
    AE Aegina (GRE) 3 1 1 1 6 7 4
    MTK Hungária FC (HUN) 3 0 2 1 3 6 2


    Groups for secon stage (held 13-17 September)
    * - automatically qualified


    GROUP B1
    1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (GER) - *
    SV Neulengbach (AUT)
    Montpellier HSC (FRA)
    Saestum (NED)


    GROUP B2
    Djurgården/Älvsjö (SWE) - *
    ZFK Mašinac-Classic Niš (SCG) - *
    Valur Reykjavik (ISL)
    Alma KTZH (KAZ)


    GROUP B3
    1. FFC Frankfurt (GER) - *
    Gömrükçu Baku (AZE) - *
    SC LUwin.ch (SUI)
    AC Sparta Praha (CZE)


    GROUP B4
    Arsenal LFC (ENG) - *
    Brøndby IF (DEN) - *
    KS AZS Wroclaw (POL)
    LADA Toliatti (RUS)


    QUARTER FINALS - Weeks beginning 8 and 15 October
    QF1 - 2nd B2 v 1st B1
    QF2 - 2nd B3 v 1st B2
    QF3 - 2nd B4 v 1st B3
    QF4 - 2nd B1 v 1st B4


    SEMI FINALS - Weeks beginning 15 and 22 November
    SF1 - Winner QF1 v Winner QF2
    SF2 - Winner QF3 v Winner QF4


    FINAL - 20/21 May and 27/28 May 2006
    Winner SF1 v Winner SF2


    Quarters, semis and final played over two legs - team named first plays
    at home in the first leg.
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    Thanks Sheridan

    But I need line-up and goalscorers too

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    UEFA site updated now. Goalscorers were Coholan and an og.

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    UCD 2 ZNK Maksimir 0 :)

    Yes Harpojoyce and pineapple are correct. Belfield's Belle's managed to do it.

    Elaine Cohalan scored the opening goal of the game for College on 7 minutes. And on half an hour An own goal by one of the Pasanec's playing in the home squad made it 2-0. The unfortunate player was replaced on 34 minutes. UCD went in 2-0 at the break and in spite of being under pressure and gaining three yellow cards ( Sylvia Gee 46 mins, Ann-Marie Murphy 58 mins and Karina Kelly 75 mins), College managed to hang on their lead. Not even a red card for striker Carmel Kissane in the final minute of injury time at the end of the game could deny UCD their first win in Europe at the ninth attempt and a 3rd place finish in the group which should have a positive effect on Ireland's club co-efficient in next season's tournament. Well done the Girls in Blue and to Coach Larry Mahony and Assistant Rory O Hare too.
    UCD:- Niamh Spratt; Ann-Marie Murphy, Niamh Connolly, Sinead Forde, Nora Stapleton,Karina Kelly, Sylvia Gee,Lorraine O'Sullivan, Carmel Kissane, Elaine Cohalan SUBS USED:- Nicola Lindsay for Cullen; Samantha Kenny for Cohalan (both 69 mins)

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