LFA Competitions getting back on schedule

Published: Wednesday, 21 March 2018 13:56
The outstanding games from the LFA Under Nineteen Cup and LFA Junior Shield are down for decision this weekend as all the Provincial competitions near the business end of the season

Saturday March 24th

O Neills LFA Junior Shield Fourth Round

Ardmore Rovers v Allenwood Celtic, Ballywaltrim, 2.0


Sunday March 25th

O Neills LFA Under Nineteen Cup Quarter Finals

St Francis FC v Evergreen FC, John Hyland Park, 7-45 Fri Mar 23rd

Bangor Celtic v St Kevins Boys, Good Shepherd School, 11.0


O Neills LFA Junior Shield Fourth Round

Donacarney Celtic v Carriglea FC, Castlemartin, 11.0 

And then there were Eight !!!

Published: Friday, 09 March 2018 22:17
The line up for the quarter finals of the O Neills LFA Junior Cup was completed tonight when LSL side Ayrefield United travelled to Hardwicke FC and came away 1-0 winners thanks to a first half goal from Alex Barry. This rounded off a great day for Ayrefield whose place in the last eight of the FAI Junior Cup was confirmed when Newfoundwell's appeal to the FAI was dismissed.
The Eight teams remaining in the LFA Junior Cup are

Cherry Orchard FC, Baldoyle United, Ayrefield United, Newfoundwell FC, Sheriff YC, Booth Road Celtic, Shamrock Rovers and East Wall Bessborough

The draw for the Quarter Finals will be made in Abbotstown on Monday evening at 5-30pm


Published: Wednesday, 28 February 2018 19:34
All LFA games scheduled for this weekend March 2nd-4th are OFF

This decision has been made for health and safety reasons due to the current weather conditions

As this is a blanket call off, clubs drawn at home will NOT lose home advantage when game is refixed

Every effort will be made to refix these games as quickly as possible

Airport Euros set for take off

Published: Monday, 26 February 2018 16:26

Dublin Airport to host 2018 European Airports Football Championship

Dublin Airport Football Club will host the 18th European Airports Football Championship this summer in north Dublin.

Football teams from major European airports, along with 3 from Russia, will compete in the biennial tournament to become champions of Europe. The tournament, now in its 34th year of existence, started in Dublin in 1984 with the aim of fostering friendship through sport. The tournament has grown steadily over the years and this year Dublin Airport will play host to 20 teams from 9 different countries.

Read more: Airport Euros set for take off

Busy weekend ahead in LFA Cups

Published: Thursday, 22 February 2018 11:37

Saturday February 24th

O Neills LFA Junior Cup Fifth Round

East Wall Bessborough 1. Corach Ramblers,  0

Harding FC  0. Sheriff YC  2


O Neills LFA Junior Shield Fourth Round

Rivermount FC  3  Mountview CFC  2

Read more: Busy weekend ahead in LFA Cups

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