LATEST NEWS

Rest In Peace

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

The AUL Executive Committee would like to pass on their deepest condolences to the family of Joe Clarke who sadly passed away this morning. MAY HE REST IN PEACE



Noticeboard for 24th May

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Well done to Aungier Celtic on winning the  Elastoplast Sport Cup. The beat triple chasing Kippure 4-1 in a pulsating final in the Complex.

 

The Liddy Cup final is on Tomorrow night Wednesday 27th in the Complex at 7pm. Sheriff YC will play Ayrfield United is what should be a very entertaining game.

 

Friday night will see the final of the Frank Roe Cup. Donnycarney FC will try stop Kilmore Celtic from doing a league and cup double. Kick off is 7pm.

 

The Presentation night is on July 15th book your tickets now from Niamh 01 8408935 and they cost €30 each.

 

Dingle United FC from Cabra Dublin 7 require a new Premier B Manager for next season, we have great private facilities for training and matches in Grangegorman and home games are Friday night,  please contact Liam on 0876560000 if you are interested in the position.

  

If you require a game off please give two weeks notice and email the request to your fixture secretary and cc info@aul.ie, leinsterfa@gmail.com  and dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net

 

 

Dick Redmond

Secretary

AUL


Manager Wanted

Friday, 20 May 2016

Dingle united fc from cabra dublin 7 require a new premier b manager for next season, we have great private facilities for training and matches in grange gorman dublin 7 and home games are friday night,  please contact liam on 0876560000 if you are interested in the position.


New Futsal League

Thursday, 19 May 2016

We are currently looking for new teams for our Futsal League. If you are interested please contact the AUL on info@aul.ie

We have new venues in Kilbarrack, Finglas and Tallaght


National Draw

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

 

 

2016 Irish Football National Draw

 

 

 

1) Background

 

 

Since 2013, the FAI has delivered the Irish Football National Draw to provide a straight forward and risk free fundraising option for any club or league that wanted to avail of it. During its first three years the Draw has been a huge success with more than 700 clubs taking part and more than 100,000 tickets sold each year. In total the draw raised more than €2,500,000 for grassroots football to date.

2) How it works

a) FAI organises all prizes, licensees, printing & the final draw, etc.

b) Clubs purchase tickets from FAI for €1.50 each

c) Clubs sell the tickets for €10 each

d) All money from tickets sold is kept by the club

 

3) Benefits to the club

 Readymade fundraiser with little or no financial risk

Min. order of just 20 tickets, no max. order

 Order more tickets at any time

 Club name printed on every ticket

 Posters & flyers provided to all clubs

See full advert under documents at top of page


Premier B Champions

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Rivervalley Rangers clinched The Premier 'B' title with a 1-0 victory over challengers Real Transylvania in a hard fought game in the AUL Complex.

 

Rivervalley have to thank their top striker Ronan Murtagh whose 19th goal of the season settled this fixture. At the other end of the pitch had his 11th clean sheet of the season, while Captain Aidan O’Sullivan played his part by leadership on the pitch.


LFA Senior Cup

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Hard luck to Collinstown who went out at the semi final stage of the Leinster Senior Cup last night down in Wexford. Having led 2-0 Collinstown took their foot off the gas and let Wexford back into the game 2-2 and with full time looming Collinstown were awarded a penalty which they missed. Wexford scored at the death in the second period of extra time to win a place in the final. Well done to all for a fantastic game.


International Match Tickets

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

We have a number of International Match Tickets for the Holland game available at €50. Call Niamh on 01 8408935


Noticeboard for 17th May

Sunday, 15 May 2016

Congratulations to Sheirff YC on winning the Umbro/Aviva FAI Junior Cup last Saturday. They beat Pike Rovers of Limerick in the Aviva with a Mark Higgins header after 35 minutes. This could be the start of another 5 trophy haul as they are in the LFA, Nivea,Liddy cups as well as leading the Premier A.

 

Whitehall Celtic will play McKelvey Celtic in the Unidare Cup Final after they beat Whitehall Rangers 2-0 in their semi final, McKelvey put 5 past Raheny United in the other semi final.

 

Double Chasing Aungier Celtic will play treble chasing Kippure FC in the final of the Elastoplast Sport Cup.

 

If you require a game off please give two weeks notice and email the request to your fixture secretary and cc info@aul.ie, leinsterfa@gmail.com  and dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net

 

Midweek games will be coming thick and fast now and we urge secretaries to make contact early in the week with the opposition and referee to confirm the fixture is ok.

 

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 you came 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 and are only available in the two transfer windows.

 

Dick Redmond

Secretary

AUL


Noticeboard for May 10th

Sunday, 8 May 2016

The AGM is this Thursday the 12th May at 8pm in the Complex. All clubs must attend as fines will be issued as per rule for non attendance.

 

The very best of luck to Sheriff YC in the final of the Umbro/Aviva FAI Junior Cup final this Saturday in the Aviva Stadium. We urge all AUL soccer fans to come along and support Sheriff YC.

 

Congratulations to Howth Celtic on winning Premier C after they beat St.Malachy’s/Edenmore during the week.

 

Aungier Celtic have dramatically won Division 1 Sat division. Long time leaders Railway Union were finally caught by Christy O Grady’s men in what was a thrilling end to the season.

 

In the AUL-LFL inter league competition Elm Mount FC had a fine 3-1 win over Rialto.

 

Whitehall Celtic and Raheny United both qualified for the semi finals of the Unidare Cup.

 

In Premier A the top three all had good wins. Sheriff YC beat East Wall/Bessborough 6-0, Collinstown beat Sandyhill/Shangan 2-1 and Kilbarrack United beat St.Kevins Boys 2-1

 

Congratulations to the Clare League on winning the Oscar Traynor Trophy they beat the LSL 5-2 up in Crumlin.

 

The Referees Department has announced that a Referees Beginner Course will take place in Dublin in May 2016. The course details are as follows Date: Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th May 2016, Time: 09.00 to 17.00 (Both days), Venue: Football Association of Ireland
National Sports Campus, Abbotstown, Dublin 15

To register for the course please go to:

https://payments.fai.ie/referee-education/fai-referee-beginners-course-14-05-2016-dublin.html

The fee for the course is €100 and a minimum number of 15 participants will be required for the course to proceed.

For further information on the Football Association of Ireland Referee Beginners Course programme please contact the Referees Department at;

Phone: 01 8999536 / 01 8999528

Email: referees@fai.ie

 

The Football Association Of Ireland Seminars 2016 for AUL Referees

Saturday seminars will commence at 9.30am and close at 1.00pm.

All participants must remain for the entire seminar program.

AUL Referees ALSAA Sat 14th May 9.30-1pm

 

If you require a game off please give two weeks notice and email the request to your fixture secretary and cc info@aul.ie, leinsterfa@gmail.com  and dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net

 

Midweek games will be coming thick and fast now and we urge secretaries to make contact early in the week with the opposition and referee to confirm the fixture is ok.

 

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 you came 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 and are only available in the two transfer windows.

 

Dick Redmond

Secretary

AUL


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