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Oscar Traynor March On

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Despite the 2-1 defeat last Wednesday evening to the LSL Boo Kenny's men advance into the knockout stages of the competition under the goal difference criteria. With goal difference only counting for the teams involved AUL,LSL and Defence Forces the AUL top the group with a +1 goal difference, The Defence Forces finish runners up with a 0 goal difference and the LSL finish in third place with a -1 goal difference. So well done to all the players and staff and we wish them the very best of luck as they continue in their quest for 5 Oscar Traynors in a row.


Nivea Cup 4th Round

Monday, 15 December 2014

Nivea Cup 4th Round

 

St Kevins Boys or Sheriff YC v Sandyhill/Shangan

Grange United v O’Devaney/Dunard

Newtown Celtic or DAA FC v East Wall Bessboro

Valley Park United v St.Pauls Artane

Mellowes BDS v Columbans Rovers (sat)

Railway Union (sat) v Ashbourne United

Collinstown FC v Trinity/Donaghmede

Kilbarrack United v Mountview CFC


Pitch update

Friday, 12 December 2014

Div 1Sat game Columbas Rovers v Castleknock Cel and Div 3a game Pay Pal FC v Hadleigh Pines are on, all other pitches are off.

All Sunday games will go ahead, subject to referees inspections


Noticeboard for 9th Dec

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Management Meeting this Thursday 8pm in the Complex. Clubs will be fined as per rule for non attendance.

 

The AUL would like to offer it’s condolences to FAI Junior Chairperson Theresa McCabe following the death of her mother. May she rest in peace.

 

Donnycarney, Sheriff YC and Rivervalley Rangers all progressed into the next round of the Umbro FAI Junior Cup.

 

Dingle United and Donnycarney FC progress in the O’Neills Leinster Junior Shield.

 

Hadleigh Pines and Rowlagh both have good wins in Frank Roe Cup.

 

O’Devaney/Dunard beat Willow Park in Under 19 LFA Cup.

 

The date for the Oscar Traynor game against the LSL has been confirmed for Wednesday the 17th December at 19.45 in Crumlin United’s ground.

 

When you are looking for a free weekend contact you fixture secretary as well as the LFA leinsterfa@gmail.com and the FAI dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net giving two weeks notice.

 

As the season is up and running we would ask all clubs to get their house in order now.  Make sure as Secretary the registration forms are filled in correctly, Date of Birth, Club last played for, Player actually signs the form, all these thing will be checked when 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.

 

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 and organised League last season” and if the answer is yes that player may require an International Transfer Certificate.

 

Keep an eye on the pitch you are going to play on and do not be afraid to ask for it to be cut if you feel it is not getting looked after properly. Strike up a relationship with the park ranger and he may be able to help you with any problems you may have with the pitch or dressing rooms.

 

Have all you playing gear in order, check it now and top up where you need to top up.

 

Dick Redmond

Secretary

AUL


AUL Road Diversions

Monday, 1 December 2014

Please be aware that the Clonshaugh Road from the Coachmans Inn is closed off. The only way into the AUL Complex is from the Baskin Lane or Bewles Hotel.


AUL Noticeboard 02 12 14

Sunday, 30 November 2014

The Oscar Traynor side beat the Wicklow League 4-0 to make it two wins from two for Boo Kenny’s men. Alan Talbot bagged three goals in a man of the match performance and Martin Blocker Moore scored the fourth. Next up is the cruncher against the LSL which is provisionally down for Wednesday the 17th December in Crumlin United’s ground at 7.45pm

 

With the weather so bad at the moment if your game is on text me on 087 2076518 to make sure we get games for the paper.

 

The transfer window opens up on December 1st until Jan 31st

 

When you are looking for a free weekend contact you fixture secretary as well as the LFA leinsterfa@gmail.com and the FAI dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net giving two weeks notice.

 

As the season is up and running we would ask all clubs to get their house in order now.  Make sure as Secretary the registration forms are filled in correctly, Date of Birth, Club last played for, Player actually signs the form, all these thing will be checked when 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.

 

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 and organised League last season” and if the answer is yes that player may require an International Transfer Certificate.

 

Keep an eye on the pitch you are going to play on and do not be afraid to ask for it to be cut if you feel it is not getting looked after properly. Strike up a relationship with the park ranger and he may be able to help you with any problems you may have with the pitch or dressing rooms.

 

Have all you playing gear in order, check it now and top up where you need to top up.

 

Dick Redmond

Secretary

AUL


Pitches Playable

Friday, 28 November 2014

All pitches in the Complex are playable this weekend subject to referees inspections 


Noticeboard for 25th Nov

Friday, 21 November 2014

The Oscar Traynor side play the Wicklow League this Sunday the 30th at 2pm in the Carlisle Grounds in Bray

 

Sheriff YC had to come from behind to beat Collinstown FC 3-1 after extra time in the Umbro FAI Junior Cup on Friday night before a bumper crowd on a very wet evening.

 

With the weather so bad at the moment if your game is on text me on 087 2076518 to make sure we get games for the paper.

 

When you are looking for a free weekend contact you fixture secretary as well as the LFA leinsterfa@gmail.com and the FAI dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net giving two weeks notice.

 

As the season is up and running we would ask all clubs to get their house in order now.  Make sure as Secretary the registration forms are filled in correctly, Date of Birth, Club last played for, Player actually signs the form, all these thing will be checked when 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.

 

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 and organised League last season” and if the answer is yes that player may require an International Transfer Certificate.

 

Keep an eye on the pitch you are going to play on and do not be afraid to ask for it to be cut if you feel it is not getting looked after properly. Strike up a relationship with the park ranger and he may be able to help you with any problems you may have with the pitch or dressing rooms.

 

Have all you playing gear in order, check it now and top up where you need to top up.


Noticeboard for 18th Nov

Sunday, 16 November 2014

 

It was great to see all our players receiving awards for representing their Country at last Thursdays Management Meeting. The AUL are very proud when any of our players gain such an honour.

 

The AUL Youths travel to Togher in Naas to play the KGFL in the Umbro FAI Youths Inter League Trophy this Sunday with a 12 noon kick off.

 

The Oscar Traynor side are preparing to travel to The Carlisle Grounds in Bray to play the Wicklow League on Sunday the 30th at 3pm.

 

When you are looking for a free weekend contact you fixture secretary as well as the LFA leinsterfa@gmail.com and the FAI dcruisecitylaw@eircom.net giving two week notice.

 

As the season is up and running we would ask all clubs to get their house in order now.  Make sure as Secretary the registration forms are filled in correctly, Date of Birth, Club last played for, Player actually signs the form, all these thing will be checked when 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.

 

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 and organised League last season” and if the answer is yes that player may require an International Transfer Certificate.

 

Keep an eye on the pitch you are going to play on and do not be afraid to ask for it to be cut if you feel it is not getting looked after properly. Strike up a relationship with the park ranger and he may be able to help you with any problems you may have with the pitch or dressing rooms.

 

Have all you playing gear in order, check it now and top up where you need to top up.


Noticeboard for Nov 11th

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Management Meeting this Thursday at 8pm in the Complex. All clubs must be represented as fines for non attendance will be issued as per rule.

 

The Oscar Traynor will play their second game away to the Wicklow League on Sunday the 30th November at 2pm in the Carlisle Grounds Bray ( TBC )..

 

The AUL Youths travel to Togher in Naas to play The Kildare League on Sunday the 23rd November with a noon kick off in their second game in this four team group.

 

As the season is up and running we would ask all clubs to get their house in order now.  Make sure as Secretary the registration forms are filled in correctly, Date of Birth, Club last played for, Player actually signs the form, all these thing will be checked when 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.

 

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 and organised League last season” and if the answer is yes that player may require an International Transfer Certificate.

 

Keep an eye on the pitch you are going to play on and do not be afraid to ask for it to be cut if you feel it is not getting looked after properly. Strike up a relationship with the park ranger and he may be able to help you with any problems you may have with the pitch or dressing rooms.

 

Have all you playing gear in order, check it now and top up where you need to top up.


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