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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

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LFA players perform well for National Under 18 squad

Published: Tuesday, 20 February 2018 22:29
LFA Treasurer David Hearst and Senior Council Member Tony O Dowd pictured with five of the players from the LFA Youth squad who were selected for the Republic of Ireland Under Eighteen squad to play Wales in Tramore this evening
A very closely contested game ended scoreless which sets up a thrilling second leg on Thursday in RSC Waterford, kick off at 3pm

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Seven LFA players on U18 Home Based squad

Published: Tuesday, 20 February 2018 16:52
The LFA would like to wish the seven players selected for the Republic of Ireland Under 18 squad the very best of luck as they take on Wales in Waterford this week for the John Coughlan Memorial Trophy. The sides will meet twice, firstly on Tuesday in Tramore at 7-30pm with the second leg in the RSC, Waterford on Thursday at 3pm.
The seven players selected are 

Adam Leonard: St Patricks Ath
Calum Doyle: Crumlin United
John Barry: St Kevins Boys
Jordan Payne: Crumlin United
Lee McEvitt: St Kevins Boys
Shane Farrell: Shelbourne FC
Zack Quinlavan: Lucan United

and all were selected from their participation in the FAI Inter Provincial Youth tournament played in Donegal last October where the LFA finished second

LFA Senior Cup Fourth Round

Published: Thursday, 15 February 2018 14:09
This evening will see Drogheda United host Bangor Celtic in the LFA Senior Cup Fourth Round. Game kicks off in United Park at 7-45pm

Rovers and St Pats safely through to LFA Senior Cup last Eight

Published: Thursday, 08 February 2018 11:51
Both St Patricks Athletic and Shamrock Rovers are through to the Quarter Finals of the  LFA Senior Cup after wins in the last few days over Bray Wanderers and St Mochtas respectively.
St Pats traveled to the Carlisle Grounds last Sunday and after a blistering start when they scored three goals in ten minutes, Pats were well on the way to the last eight with Ryan Brennan, Kevin Toner and Christy Fagan all finding the net. Hugh Douglas did manage to pull one back for Bray on 68 minutes but the Inchicore based side held on for the win

Last night (Wednesday), Rovers overcame a strong challenge from St Mochtas to go through. Brandon Kavanagh had the home side at half time when he scored a penalty but Dean Kelly brought St Mochtas back level in the second half but an Evan Smthers goal saw Rovers book their place in the last eight
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