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    Cork AUL 2022/23

    New thread, let's get the new season gossip off to a start.

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    Any idea when opening weekend will be?

    CBL have announced weekend 26/27 august. Nice long break give people chance to get sorted.

    Presume AUL will be 6/7 August?

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    AUL will probably start up around middle of August alright. Some teams wont have long finished!

    Hopefully there are a few more refs and that the divisions are sorted out, 12 teams in division 3 was just too many.

    Any word on who some of the new teams coming in are?
    One team I heard was Boher Celtic based in twopothouse. Also heard Hibs are joining up with South coast and starting up again.

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    Again let's be straight till its confirmed it's just talk .

    Me, South Coast are going to use the old remaining pitch down in Hibs.

    Boher possibly, Kilbrittan as well putting in sides. Be great if it's true.

    Let's just wait and see if the AUL man up an adjust the leagues accordingly.

    What I will say , the AUL as a league has to ensure that its divisions are competitive.

    Let's not cheapen ourselves.

    Iv won leagues an cups, I wasn't handed them from teams who didn't want to field a team. I had to claw them from teams who didn't want to give them up.

    Lastly , there's knowone leaving , cause there's know where to go.

    Talk is very cheap an hence rumors are laughable and in full flow.

    Really , honestly please even posting some of these things are comical.

    One thing supporting your team , another the rest of us laughing at ya posting tripe .

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    Side note
    Armagh v Galway ,,,,some game in fairness

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    Hi guys, long time lurker first time poster. Iíve played AUL for near 20 years now and this season gone was one of the most exciting Iíve seen overall. Obviously the referee and fixtures situation wasnít the best but to be fair to the AUL they handled it as best they could. It was good to see some good traditional AUL clubs like Banteer, Killumney, Blackpool, Grangevale, Shandon and Los Zarcos all have successful seasons. As for the new season itís hard to know what the divisions will look like come the start of the season with teams falling away and more coming for elsewhere. If Hibs and South Coast are merging will they be dropping to Div 3 or will they be placed elsewhere? Anyone have any predictions for next season?

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    We will have to see the tables for winning predictions.

    I predict the weakest quality 1st, 2nd &3rd Divisions of all time for a start.

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    Agreed. Promoted teams like Killumney, Shandon & Los Zarcos should all give consecutive promotions a good rattle. Grangevale & Blackstone will go close in divisions 1 & 2 after just missing out this season.

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    Confirmed return date of Tuesday August 16th.
    Be interesting to see the divisions as 3 new teams rumoured in Boher Celtic, Kilbritan and Rathcormac.

    You would an joint south coast and hibs team will be premier A as south coast survived up there on their own.

    And also talks of 3 going to second from the 3rd to balance things out.

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    If they are in as Hibs then I would imagine it will be Hibs and be second division. Unless numbers dictate and they leave them in 1st Division.

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    The AUL will seek to find out via player reg forms who the players are they wonít just let teams drop and be too strong for a division two sections below.

    Surely if South Coast pull the plug and they all end up with hibs the worst they will
    Do is leave them in division 1.

    There is 2 teams gone from 1 and two from premier.

    They are going to have to fill from the bottom up to level up the divisions

    So I canít see them offering a joint hibs/ south coast team a handy drop to Division 2.

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    South Coast manager taking it, so basically it's South Coast folding and Hibs returning.

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    Fair enough all depends what the AUL do with them so.

    There will be a big reshuffle needed to make up the divisions.

    If South Coast are gone and hibs remain leaving them in the 1st seems the most logical choice

    As it stands premier will have 9 teams

    Premier A 8 ( without Southcoast)

    Division 1 ( 8 teams without hibs)

    Division 2 ( 8 teams could be 9 if 3 from 3rd division or hibs go down)

    Division 3 ( 12/13 based on 3 new teams and deposit on number of promotions)

    All these numbers are depending on only 1 team going down with the exception of Premier A where two teams folded as did the 1st division but we are lead to believe hibs are back

    Of course more teams folding will upset things further.

    You can see them pushing for divisions of at least 9 teams anything less will lead to 3 rounds of fixtures.
    And the AUL felt division 3 was too big already so more changes are possible

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    Greenwood, Springfield and Corkbeg all going Premier as well I hear so that would sound like a 10 team Premier.

    Wouldn't leave much in Premier A if Southcoast, Central, Glen and Dunbar are gone. Would need 4 or 5 to go up in each division from there it seems.

    They won't know til all teams apply back, wonder will any others fall. Hopefully not.

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    Mid Cork Junior team looking for a new manager- 085 196 0512 message for information

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    Would be ideal if there was 10 in Premier and 9/10 in the other divisions then. Just putting up another few teams in each section. Grangevale, Hibs and Cathedral would all be very competitive in the Premier A also.

    The Mossie format is being changed this year also. Being divided into two separate cup competitions, one cup for Premier and another for Premier A and will be run on straight knock out. Brings down the number of games needed to be played.

    10 refs confirmed for the season which is good news

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetItLong11 View Post
    Would be ideal if there was 10 in Premier and 9/10 in the other divisions then. Just putting up another few teams in each section. Grangevale, Hibs and Cathedral would all be very competitive in the Premier A also.

    The Mossie format is being changed this year also. Being divided into two separate cup competitions, one cup for Premier and another for Premier A and will be run on straight knock out. Brings down the number of games needed to be played.

    10 refs confirmed for the season which is good news

    What ever way sections end up the 10 refs will make a massive difference to the league.

    I see social media few teams back and planning back, short break for some!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Play it out View Post
    Greenwood, Springfield and Corkbeg all going Premier as well I hear so that would sound like a 10 team Premier.

    Wouldn't leave much in Premier A if Southcoast, Central, Glen and Dunbar are gone. Would need 4 or 5 to go up in each division from there it seems.

    They won't know til all teams apply back, wonder will any others fall. Hopefully not.
    Max should be 10 teams in any league with amount of cup games itís enough and was proved this year with 3rd division.

    Not much AUL can do if all 12 3rd division refused to go up last year. Should be easier this year with the league actually finishing !

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    If central go along with south coast the premier A will only have 6 teams If you relegated no team and have 2 promoted.
    You would then need 3 more teams which would have to come from division 1.

    And this then will have a knock on effect all the way down.

    Huge changes coming if this is true.

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    Manager wanted

    Mid Cork junior club looking for new manager, message for information on 085 196 0512

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