โœ๐Ÿฝ & ๐Ÿ“ธ Finbarr Buckley

๐Ÿ“ธ UCC Utd. who defeated St. Mary’s 2-1 at The Farm in the Munster Junior Cup First Round on Sunday, October 19th 2014

L to R (Back): Boyd Ludlow, Brian Barrett, Shyam Malla Thakuri, Ronan O’ Dubhghaill, Con Murphy, Aodh Quinlivan, Danny Mohally, Peter Travers (current CBL Hon. Secretary), Walter Messina.

L to R (Front): Shane Hegarty, Philip Brett, Ruari Robertson, John Devaney, Cathal Doherty (capt.), Barry O’Hanlon, Aidan McGuinness

  • The weekend of October 18th /19th 2014 was a red-letter one for CBL teams competing in Munster Junior Cup competition as four of the five competing teams made it through to the next round. Doolanโ€™s Cow were first into the fray to record a 4-2 win over Leeside at Mayfield Community School where James Cotter and Tony Oโ€™Reilly both scored twice.
  • UCC Utd. edged out St. Maryโ€™s 2-1 at The Farm courtesy of Barry Oโ€™Hanlon and an own goal. EMC led two-nil against CIT at EMC Pk., Stuart Howard with the goals, before an injury to the visitorโ€™s Brian Lawlor resulted in referee Alan Oโ€™Connell wisely blowing up after sixty-five minutes to avail of medical intervention.
  • Cork Eagles PFC put Avondale Utd. to the sword at Avondale Pk., winning 4-0 with Matej Ludvik (2), Tomezk Bajkowski and current Co. Council striker Grzegorz Sienicki all on target for the visitors.
  • The novel first meeting of Mi Daza Rebels and The Sextant Bar in the competition went the Rebelsโ€™ way, four-nil, as goals from Darren Hosford (2), Damien Oโ€™Mahony and Paddy McSweeney proved too much for the home team.
  • Elsewhere, five years ago, Co. Council had a 3-0 win over MTech and Marlboro Trust defeated Abtran one-nil in the premier, while in the first division,ย  second-in-the-table Aesseal put five past 20/20 Glazing, leaders Satellite Taxis accounted for Quinlanโ€™s Bar 3-1, The Blackrock Inn hit Southwestern FC for six, Hillbillyโ€™s drew 0-0 with Fusion Fitness and Richard Kenneallyโ€™s Leisure World turned over VoxPro 3-2, Patrick Coleman, Neil McCarthy and Andrew Carey scoring for the winners.