Noticeboard for 25th April

Well done to Sheriff YC on reaching the Leinster Junior Cup final. They beat New Oak Boys from Carlow 6-1 in Clontarf.

In Premier A Hardwicke FC had a hard fought 1-0 win over East Wall / Bessborough on Friday Night.

In Premier B there was a fantastic game in Porterstown between Castleknock Celtic and Howth Celtic. They shared eight goals in a 4-4 draw. Howth will be kicking themselves as they led 2-0 at the break but they must also pat themselves on the back as they managed to come from behind to snatch a draw with 10 men. In the same division Real Transylvania had a huge 1-0 win over Baldoyle / Grange in the Verona Sports Complex. St.Pats/Phoenix beat Trinity/Donaghmede 1-0 and Raheny Utd beat Romstar 5-1. St.Pauls Artane put themselves right back in the mix with a fine 1-0 win over Sheriff YC on Saturday night.

Valley Park United have reached the Elastoplast Sport Shield final after they hosted St Marks and came away 1-0 winners.

Rory Eviston from Howth Celtic was this week’s Superior Racking Man of the Match winner following his superb display against Castleknock Celtic in a Premier B top of the table clash.

Kilmore Celtic first team beat their B side in the Regency Hotel Cup while DAA FC were knocked out 1-0 by Kippure FC.

In the Unidare Cup there were good wins for Dingle United, Chanel SSC, East Wall/Bessborough, Oliver Bond Rgs, East Wall/Rovers, Mountview CFC and Castleknock Celtic.

The AUL AGM is on Thursday the 11th of May in the Complex at 8pm. Any club who wishes to put forward rule changes should do so now to info@aul.ie

Ring Dick on 087 2076518 for Iceland Premium tickets. €80 each

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

Just a reminder to everyone that in all AUL competitions, LFA and FAI Junior competitions it is 5 subs from 7 that is allowed.

Make sure as Secretary your player 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 you have 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.

23/04/2017