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Longford and District Schoolboy/girl League - Cup Draws


End of Season Cup Draws

U/12 Tynan Cup 

The Tynan Cup was presented to the League by the Tynan Family Lanesboro in memory of their son Edward (Ned) former Boro Celtic player. Ned’s brother John in Chairman of Ballyboro and has been involved with our Inter League teams for a number of years.


1 Newtown Blues v Abbey Rovers

2 Inny Lions v Ballymahon

3 Inny Tigers v UCL Hawks

4 Ballyboro v Stonepark

5 Melview Lions v Kenagh Eagles

6 Newtown Yellows v Gaels United

7 Kenagh Falcons v Killoe Celtic

8 UCL Eagles v Melview Tigers

Quarter Final

4 v 2

1 v 6

8 v 5

3 v 7

U/13 Flaherty Cup
The Flaherty Cup was presented to the League by the Flaherty family in memory of their son and brother David. David played with the All Blacks in the Paddy Clabby Cup and also played in the League of
Ireland with Longford Town.


1 Killoe Celtic v Kenagh United

2 Melview Tigers Abbey Rovers

3 Newtown v UCL Harps

4 Mostrim v Ballyboro

5 Stonepark v Gaels United

Quarter Final

2 v 1

4 v Spartak

Melview Lions v 3

5 v Inny

U/14 Brennan Cup
The Brennan cup was presented to the League by the Brennan family in memory of their son Shane. The family were involved with the League from the start with John Joe managing teams and we would not have the facilities we have today without the help of John Joe and Margeret. Shane first can to light playing in the Longford Schools League for Melview, before moving to Athlone and to play Kennedy Cup for the ADSL. Shane they moved to the DDSL to play for Home Farm. After his schoolboy days Shane played in the League of Ireland with Longford Town, Athlone Town and Monaghan United. Shane was was capped at University level for Ireland. Our sand based bottom pitch is called after Shane.


1 Melview v Kenagh United

2 Ballymahon v Killoe Celtic

Quarter Final

Gaels United v 1

Abbey rovers v 2

UCL Harps v Newtown

Ballyboro v Stonepark

U/16 Clarke Cup

The Clarke cup was presented to the League by Mary Coyne the niece of Jimmy Clarke. Jimmy Clarke was a very talented sports man and played GAA for St Mels College and soccer for Longford Town. Jimmy also
played for Sligo Rovers and played in England for Plymouth Argyle. Jimmy was capped at Junior level by Ireland.


1 Melview v Abbey Rovers 2

2 Killoe Celtic v Inny 1

3 Gaels United v Inny 2

4 Abbey Rovers 1 v UCL Harps

5 Ballymahon v Stonepark

6 Kenagh United v Ballyboro

Quarter Final

5 v 3

4 v Spartak

1 v Newtown

2 v 6

U/12 Girls

1 Killoe Celtic v Inny

Quarter Finals

1 v Melview

Abbey Rovers v Ballyboro

Newtown v UCL Harps

Gaels United v Kenagh United

U/14 Girls

UCL Harps v Gaels United

Newtown v Ballyboro

Stonepark v Kenagh United

Killoe Celtic BYE

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