Noticeboard for 10th Jan

This is where the hard work begins for those who currently hold top spot in their respective divisions and those aspiring to finish top. Let’s all look forward to and exciting end to the 2016-2017 season.

Rivervalley Rangers travelled to Wexford and came away winners on penalties after a 1-1 draw against Bridge Rovers in the LFA Junior Cup. Danny Murphy with the all important goal in regular time.

Sheriff YC had to come from behind to eventually see off a well organised Ayrfield United.

Hardwick had a fine 4-1 win over FC Hibernian in the Nivea for Men Cup.

Hardwicke’s second string also had a fine win over Trinity/Donaghmede in division 1 Saturday.

Kilbarrack Uniteds interest in the LFA Senior Cup came to an end in Kilkenny where they went down 2-1 to Evergreen on Sunday afternoon.

The AUL play the UCFL in their final game of the group on Wednesday the 18th Jan at 19.30 in the Complex. With Wexford winning 3-0 against the Defence Forces on Saturday a win is a must if Boo Kenny’s men are to top the group. Please come along and support your league.

Please when requesting a game off give two weeks’ notice, email your fixture secretary and if you are still in the national or provincial competitions email dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net or leinsterfa@gmail.com also email info@aul.ie . Make sure as Secretary, the registration forms are filled in correctly, Date of Birth, Club last played for, Player actually signs the form, Secretary signs the form all these thing should be checked before you leave them in to the office and if not filled in correctly they will be returned to you. It is your responsibility to correctly register your players the AUL will only try and make sure you do but it is not up to the AUL to Register the player correctly. If you sign a player from another club ask the question, have you an outstanding fine, have you been sent off this season or last season if the answer is yes to these questions contact the treasurer and see if there is a fine outstanding or a suspension outstanding against that player. Remember the fine stays with the Club now until it is paid.

Be aware of the ITC. If you are signing a player who has come back to live in Ireland or has arrived to live here ask the question “did you play in an organised League where he has come from” and if the answer is yes that player may require an International Transfer Certificate. All applications for an ITC must come from the Secretary of the Club the player is registered for. The player must register first for his club and then the club applies for the ITC. All ITC applications must be sent to itc@fai.ie

Dick Redmond

Secretary

AUL

08/01/2017