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Well done to Howth Celtic on reaching the Leinster Junior Shield final after a fine 3-0 away win over Albion Rovers on Sunday afternoon.

Sheriff YC won The Liddy Cup on Sunday morning having had to come from behind to beat Donnycarney FC 2-1 in another brilliant final. Donnycarney took an early lead but Sheriff kept going and ground out a result. That’s the Liddy to go with the FAI Junior and they still have the Nivea and League title to go for.

Congratulations to East Wall/Bessborough on winning the Myles O Neill Cup on Friday night before a huge crowd in the Complex. They beat Railway Union 3-0 in a fantastic game of football. Calvin Douglas from EWB also won the Man of the Match award.

Ballyogan Celtic won the MSS Cup also on Friday night . They beat Hardwicke FC who they also have a League play off decider this week by one goal to nil. Centre Half for Ballyogaan Sco Ratzech won the Man of the Match award with a brilliant display. Congratulations to both teams for a wonderful display of football.

Valley Park United are the Elastoplast Sport Shield Winners after they beat St.Pats/Phoenix 3-0 on a rainy Saturday afternoon in the Complex. Valley’s Dylan Graham picked up the Man of the Match award from AUL Chairman Tony Martin.

Well done to Woodlawn/Sportslink on reaching the Frank Roe Cup final after they beat League Champions Broombridge on penalties after a 1-1 draw. This final is down for June 9th in the Complex.

Dingle United are the first of the Unidare Cup finalists as they beat East Wall Bessborough 2-0 in the Complex on Sunday Morning. The final is down for June 9th in the Complex.

Whitehall Celtic will play St.Pats Phoenix in the final of the Cullen Cup on Thursday June 15th at 7pm is what is being billed as the final of the season. This will be the last final before the Presentation night which is on the 16th.

Special offer for one week only, Uruguay / Austria Premium tickets €75 each sold in pairs Ring Dick on 087 2076518 or Niamh 01 8408935.

Presentation night is June 16th in the Complex. Guest Speaker is ex Republic of Ireland and Reading midfielder and pundit Stephen Hunt. Tks are €20 and there are a limited supply. Phone Niamh 01 8408935