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9 Players from LSL make UEFA Regions Cup 2014 Squad

Gerry Smith has today named his 18 man squad for the UEFA Regions Cup in Hungary from the 20th to the 24th of October were they will play Hungary, Lithuania and Israel, he has also named 6 standby players.

UEFA Regions cup 2014    18 man squad

Brendan O Connell  Rockmount

Adrian Walsh   Carrick Utd

Ken Hoey    Rockmount

Noel Murray   Tolka Rovers FC

Paul Murphy   Sheriff YC

Paul Breen St Michaels FC

Ross Carrig   Crumlin Utd

Kevin Lynch   Sheriff YC

Stephen Murphy   Sheriff YC

Jimmy Carr  St Michaels FC

Darren Dunne   Sheriff YC

Lar Dunne  Bangor FC

Ray Whelehan  Tolka Rvrs

Danny loughran  Crumlin Utd

James Lee   Crumlin Utd

Greg Moorehouse   Crumlin Utd

David Lacey  Killester  Utd

Thomas Dunne  St Pats CY

 

STANDBY PLAYERS

David Meehan (Crumlin Utd), John Meleady   (Tolka Rvrs),  John Rock  (Sheriff YC), Paddy Brophy  (St Kevins Boys), Alan McCabe( Sheriff  YC), Luke Kelly (Tolka Rvrs).

 

All of the above are to report to the AUL Complex on Saturday the 4th of October at 9-30 for the game v Bray Wanderers (Kick-Off 12-30) and to bring passports.

 Any injuries please contact Gerry Smith.

Best of luck to Gerry and the squad from everyone at the LSL

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Transfer Deadline Day


Transfers finish on the 30th September 2014
Window reopens on the 1st of December.

League office will open on Tuesday 30th September from 6pm till 8pm to facilate last minute transfers.

If you are signing players from another league you must get transfer form signed and stamped by the league he is leaving.

All transfer forms must have a registration form signed as well

Any issues ring LSL registrar

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FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2014/15 1st Round Draw

Leinster :                                   1st ROUND DRAW

HOME TEAM

V

AWAY TEAM

1

 

Phoenix FC

 

V

 

Swords Celtic FC  Friday 3rd Oct 7.45

2

 

Beggsboro AFC

 

0  4

 

Wayside Celtic FC   Friday 28th Sept

3

 

Newbridge Town FC

 

2   4

 

Bluebell United FC

4

 

Bangor Celtic FC

 

5   3 Pens

 

Cherry Orchard FC

5

 

Arklow Town FC

 

4    2

 

Shamrock Bhoys FC

6

 

Sacred Heart FC

 

1    2

 

Firhouse/Clover FC   Friday 28th Sept

7

 

Crumlin United FC

 

4    1

 

TEK United FC

8

 

Drogheda Town FC

 

1    5

 

Belgrove/Home Farm FC

9

 

Templeogue United FC

 

3    0

 

Kilnamanagh AFC

10

 

Edenderry Town FC

 

2    1

 

Wicklow Rovers FC

11

 

St. Mochtas FC 

 

6    0

 

Peamount Moyle Park FC  0

12

 

Leixlip United FC

 

1    2

 

Dublin Bus FC

13

 

 

Confey FC

 

0    3

 

St. James Gate FC

14

 

Maynooth University Town FC

 

1    4

 

Malahide United FC

15

 

Killester United FC 

 

4    1

 

St. Joseph’s Boys FC

16

 

Broadford Rovers FC

 

1    3

 

Glebe North FC

17

 

St. Francis FC

 

8    1

 

Garda FC

18

 

 

Parkvilla FC

 

0    2

 

Pegasus/St. James Athletic FC

 

BYES:

Ballyfermot United FC

Ballymun United FC

Celbridge Town FC

Drumcondra FC

Dublin University FC

Dunboyne AFC

Glenville FC

Greystones AFC

Greystones United FC

Lucan United FC

 

 

Mount Merrion FC

Newtown Rangers FC

Portmarnock AFC

Rathcoole Boys FC

St. John Bosco FC

St. Patrick’s CY FC

Skerries Town FC

Tolka Rovers FC

UCD FC

Verona FC

 

FIXTURES TO BE PLAYED WEEKENDING 21ST SEPTEMBER 2014   

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Project Futsal

Collinstown and Corduff to host Education and Employment through Football initiative

 

Are you over 18, out of work and love football ?

Would you like take part in a course which could see you  achieving education awards along with football coaching awards? Are you interested in coaching in your local community?

If so, then Project FUTSAL, a football centred education initiative beginning in  Collinstown Community School and Corduff Sports centre could be for you!

 

The FAI , South Dublin County Council, Fingal County Council and the Dublin & DunLaoghaire Education & Training Board have teamed up to provide a unique opportunity for people who are unemployed and out of formal education to get involved in an innovative project designed to help them back into the workforce or onto further education.

 

PROJECT FUTSAL (www.projectfutsal.ie) is an award winning initiative with the aim of utilising football to provide education and work opportunities for young people. The project  centres around the development of education hubs in Collinstown and Corduff which provides an academic year of adult education, personal development, football coaching education and work/volunteer placements. Participants will study for a QQAI level 4 or 5 award in Sport & Recreation as well as a range of FAI certified coach education courses and take the first steps on the path to a career in sports development.

 

Places on the programme are open to both men and women and will be offered to up to twenty five participants. There is no upper age limit.

 

The main objectives of the project are to increase a participant’s employability and/or to enhance their prospects of furthering their education. It is expected that the extensive programme of football activity on each course will incentivise people to participate in the project. While it’s not essential to be able to play football to participate on the course, an interest in the game would be an advantage.

 

The full time course is free of charge and participants may be entitled to certain financial supports while on the programme. Interested people should check with their local Intreo office, job centre or ETB office to see if they are entitled to financial supports through existing schemes.

 

The course begins in late September and applications for places are being accepted now. For further information and to apply online, see; www.projectfutsal.ie

Closing date for applications extended to FRIDAY 6th September so if you’re interested, APPLY NOW.

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