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    It's a version of the Arsenal cup final song. I know Bohs and Rovers both have a version of it.

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    https://youtu.be/zNOwkiRaXJQ

    I wonder how this became a Rovers thing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Pat's v Waterford was upset material until Waterford appointed their new manager.

    Are Cockhill any good? Would have preferred to have been away of course. That's Letterkenny, Pike Rovers, Janesboro all at home in the last couple of years, and only CIÉ Ranch away (which was a cracking game). Kind of defeats the point.
    Agree, would have preferred UCD to have been away, and would have introduced a bit of extra cup romance, while also a little bit of cup jeopardy. Think we win that one comfortably, even with Kerrigan departed

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    Anyone know how Usher Celtic are in the FAI cup? They seem well down the divisions (AUL Major 1c Saturday). I don't know much about AUL but is Sunday League higher than Saturday League?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood View Post
    Anyone know how Usher Celtic are in the FAI cup? They seem well down the divisions (AUL Major 1c Saturday). I don't know much about AUL but is Sunday League higher than Saturday League?
    Some people say the Saturday League is light years ahead of the Sunday one. But in reality, you're only talking 24hrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood View Post
    Anyone know how Usher Celtic are in the FAI cup? They seem well down the divisions (AUL Major 1c Saturday). I don't know much about AUL but is Sunday League higher than Saturday League?
    They were Junior Cup finalists in 2020 weren't they? But I thought it was just the previous years competition that counted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverFeltBetter View Post
    They were Junior Cup finalists in 2020 weren't they? But I thought it was just the previous years competition that counted?
    Appears that anyone who reached the last 16 of the Intermediate (bar Collinstown), and the Junior semis were either included in the first round draw, or got a bye to this stage:

    https://www.fai.ie/domestic/news/fai...cup-draws-made

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    Quote Originally Posted by D24Saint View Post
    Whats #SheWore ?
    Rovers fans have sung "She Wore a Green Ribbon" specifically for the FAI Cup for all the 40 years plus that I've been going. I think it's probably the oldest song still sung at Rovers.
    No One Likes Us, We Don't Care

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreRovers View Post
    Rovers fans have sung "She Wore a Green Ribbon" specifically for the FAI Cup for all the 40 years plus that I've been going. I think it's probably the oldest song still sung at Rovers.
    I can vouch for 53 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by culloty82 View Post
    Appears that anyone who reached the last 16 of the Intermediate (bar Collinstown), and the Junior semis were either included in the first round draw, or got a bye to this stage:

    https://www.fai.ie/domestic/news/fai...cup-draws-made
    edit: ignore me , they must have changed the rules to allow last 16 of the intermediate cup - I forgot about the preliminary round
    Last edited by Burnsie; 27/06/2022 at 4:17 PM.

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    Just looking at the First Round fixtures for the end of this month to plan a few trips - anyone know when it'll be confirmed what specific dates each fixtures will be on ? With Derry, Harps and Bonagee all at home, for example, you'd expect Bonagee to do the sensible thing and go with a date and time for when the other two aren't playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatYerGreens View Post
    Just looking at the First Round fixtures for the end of this month to plan a few trips - anyone know when it'll be confirmed what specific dates each fixtures will be on ? With Derry, Harps and Bonagee all at home, for example, you'd expect Bonagee to do the sensible thing and go with a date and time for when the other two aren't playing.
    You'd think, but if they were looking to make it awkward for Pike Rovers, Friday evening would be ideal for them.

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    If I had to guess I’d say Bonagee will be on the Sunday but not sure….
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    Bonagee will try to avoid a clash with Harps anyway. Lot of Bonagee officials, and even players, would be regulars in Finn Park.

    As Joey says, Sunday 2pm would be best guess but they might go for Saturday evening either.

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    First round ties confirmed

    Friday, July 29

    Maynooth University Town FC v Villa FC - 7:30pm, NUI Astro Maynooth
    Derry City FC v Oliver Bond Celtic FC - 7.45pm, Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium
    Drogheda United FC v Athlone Town AFC - 7:45pm, Head in the Game Park
    Dundalk FC v Longford Town FC - 7:45pm, Oriel Park
    Treaty United FC v Usher Celtic FC - 7:45pm, Markets Field
    UCD AFC v Cockhill Celtic FC - 7:45pm, UCD Bowl
    Bangor Celtic FC v Shamrock Rovers FC - 8pm, Tallaght Stadium
    Finn Harps FC v Bohemian FC - 8pm, Finn Park

    Saturday, July 30

    Lucan United FC v Killester Donnycarney FC - 6:30pm, O'Hanlon Park, Celbridge

    Sunday, July 31

    Bonagee United FC v Pike Rovers FC - 2pm, Dry Arch Park
    Salthill Devon FC v Malahide United AFC - 2pm, Drom Soccer Park
    Bluebell United FC v Galway United FC - 3pm, Bluebell, Red Cow*
    Bray Wanderers FC v Shelbourne FC - 3pm, Carlisle Grounds
    St. Patrick's Athletic FC v Waterford FC - 3pm, Richmond Park
    Cobh Ramblers FC v Cork City FC - 4pm, St. Colman's Park
    Sligo Rovers FC v Wexford FC - 6pm, The Showgrounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    First round ties confirmed

    Friday, July 29

    Maynooth University Town FC v Villa FC - 7:30pm, NUI Astro Maynooth
    Derry City FC v Oliver Bond Celtic FC - 7.45pm, Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium
    Drogheda United FC v Athlone Town AFC - 7:45pm, Head in the Game Park
    Dundalk FC v Longford Town FC - 7:45pm, Oriel Park
    Treaty United FC v Usher Celtic FC - 7:45pm, Markets Field
    UCD AFC v Cockhill Celtic FC - 7:45pm, UCD Bowl
    Bangor Celtic FC v Shamrock Rovers FC - 8pm, Tallaght Stadium
    Finn Harps FC v Bohemian FC - 8pm, Finn Park

    Saturday, July 30

    Lucan United FC v Killester Donnycarney FC - 6:30pm, O'Hanlon Park, Celbridge

    Sunday, July 31

    Bonagee United FC v Pike Rovers FC - 2pm, Dry Arch Park
    Salthill Devon FC v Malahide United AFC - 2pm, Drom Soccer Park
    Bluebell United FC v Galway United FC - 3pm, Bluebell, Red Cow*
    Bray Wanderers FC v Shelbourne FC - 3pm, Carlisle Grounds
    St. Patrick's Athletic FC v Waterford FC - 3pm, Richmond Park
    Cobh Ramblers FC v Cork City FC - 4pm, St. Colman's Park
    Sligo Rovers FC v Wexford FC - 6pm, The Showgrounds
    Thanks for this. Shame there aren't more games on the Saturday, to enable a few more non-league trips (though I appreciate the numbers of people interested in that like myself are probably smlall)

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    Sunday is good as well. Probably going to take in Bonagee v Pike myself. I'd imagine a good few Harps fans will take that one in too

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    Derry-Oliver Bond moved to the Saturday at 5pm.
    Presumably it's to aid their lads who'd need a half day otherwise.

    We'd rarely have a Saturday home game, especially in the afternoon. Can't see a large crowd for this.

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    Bray vs Shels has already been moved back to their regular 7.45pm kick off on Friday 29th per Gardai request
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Quote Originally Posted by total hoofball View Post
    Bray vs Shels has already been moved back to their regular 7.45pm kick off on Friday 29th per Gardai request
    Would they be expecting bother? If Friday better than Sunday afternoon?

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