LDSL News and Events|
The Annual General Meeting
of the Limerick District Schoolboy/Girl League will be held on Friday,
13 June, 2014 in Janesboro F.C Pavilion commencing at 8.pm sharp.
Clubs have been sent the following by email, Secretary's report,
nominations for the coming season, rules changes, and a list of last
season's league and cup winners.
The Treasurers report will be posted to each Club Secretary on Wednesday evening.
You are requested to print off the information and bring it with you to
the AGM, or ensure your club representative/s attending the meeting are
furnished with a copy.
|Schoolboy International Caps
am helping Gerry McCormack in compiling an accurate list of Limerick
District Schoolboy Players who have won Schoolboy International Caps.
This is for the History of Schoolboy Soccer book that Gerry is compiling, along with Sean Curtin and Buddy Brennan.
In an effort to ensure that the final List is complete and accurate for
the publication. I am asking all involved with Clubs in the LDSL to
check if any member of their Club recieved a Schoolboy cap at U15 or
Individuals who won caps are also asked to contact me with any details.
I am looking for details such as Age, date, opponent/s. if you have a
member who was capped I would be grateful if you could pass the details
onto me at 086 3488118 or to email@example.com
|All Cup Finals: On UL All Weather pitches, unless stated otherwise
Saturday, 17 May
U-16 Division One Cup Final Limerick F.C v Mungret Regional 4,0
U-12 Premier Final, Shane O’Donovan Cup Aisling Annacotty v Geraldines 2,3
U-16 Premier Final, Willie O’Neill Cup Fairview Rangers, v Mungret Regional 0,5
U-12 Division One Final, Anthony Cremmins Cup Aisling Annacotty B v Caherdavin Celtic 0,1
U-15 Division One Final Shannon Town v Aisling Annacotty B 1,0
U-15 Division Two Final, Dillon Cup Regional United B v Caherdavin Celtic 2,3
Monday, 19 May
U-11 Premier Final Eamon Hughes Cup Aisling Annacotty v. Mungret Regional A 1,0
U-11, Division One Cup Final Shannon Town, v. Mungret Regional B 2,1 AET
U-11, Division Two Cup Final Fairview Rangers, v. Newport Town 1,2
Wednesday, 21 May
U-14 Division Two Final Limerick B v Coonagh United 2,5
U-14 Premier Final Tommy Burke Cup Pike Rovers v Regional United 4,1
Friday, 23 May
U-15 Premier Final, Tommy Power Cup Summerville Rovers v Mungret Regional 0,3
U-13 Division Two Final Mungret Regional B v Limerick B 0,2
Saturday, 24 May
U-13 Premier Final Pat (Bomber) Sheehan Cup Pike Rovers, v Aisling Annacotty 4,0
U-14 Division One Final Gerard Downey Cup Geraldines, v Granville Rangers 4,1
U-12 Division Two Final, Larry Fitzgerald Cup Mungret Regional B v Star Rovers 0,0 AET 3,1 Pens
U-13 Division One Final George Mitchell Cup Caherdavin Celtic, v. Limerick 0,1
Limerick Over 40s Soccer for Charity Tournament 2014
The 32nd Annual Over 40’s Soccer for Charity Tournament incorporating
the Christy Ryan Memorial cup and the Joe Norris Memorial shield will
be held on the weekend of the 21/22 June, 2014 in Pearse Stadium,
Janesboro. Since it was introduced in 1982 this very popular event had
grown in stature and is now recognised as being one of the outstanding
sporting events to be held in the City.
The launch for this year’s Over 40s Soccer for Charity of Tournament
and draw will take place on Friday, 23 May, in the Horse and Hound Bar
in Mulgrave Street commencing at 9.pm and anyone wishing to attend on
the night are welcome. Participating clubs are earnestly requested to
have at least two representatives present on the night.
Since it’s foundation in 1982 each and every euro raised from the
Tournament is for the sole benefit of the four local charities. Over
the 32 years of the Tournament through the combined efforts of the
Clubs, players, advertising, sponsorship, programme sales, voluntary
contributions, and the supporters approximately €260,000.00 has been
raised and presented to local Charities.
Last years Tournament raised in the region of €10,000.00 which was
presented after the Annual mass for deceased members to the four local
charities, Bawnmore School for special children, Dochas, Lisnagry
school for children with special needs, and Friends of the Elderly. The
organising committee fully recognise that in current trading conditions
demands on sponsorship are extended, but please bear in mind that each
and every Euro raised is dedicated to support these worthy local
charities. If any business people or individuals wish to become
involved with this very worth while fund raising sporting event and
require more information they can contact the Secretary on 086-8256013.
Clubs invited to participate in this year’s Tournament.
Aisling Annacotty, Athlunkard, Ballynanty Rovers, Fairview Rangers,
Kennedy Park, Pike Rovers, Hyde Rangers, Fedamore Villa, Granville
Rangers, Moyross United, Star Rovers, Janesboro, Geraldines,
(Riverside, Hibernians, Shannon), Summerville Rovers, Prospect-Priory.
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Please note that I will only be posting official results and fixtures as posted by the fixtures secretary.
Any queries regarding League Tables and results should be sent to Gerry Flynn, Fixtures secretary.
All other queries should be directed to the League Secretary, Gerry McCormack.
Annual General Meeting
Nominations for the position of Chairperson must be forwarded by
registered posted to the Honorary Secretary of the L.D.S.L by April
30th, and signed by elected Secretary of a member club. Date of
postmark will count.
Nominations for all other officers and committee members must be
forwarded by registered post to the Hon. Secretary of the L.D.S.L by
April 30th, signed by the elected Secretary of a member club. Date of
postmark will count.
Rule changes, new rules, motions for discussion must be submitted in
writing, signed by the elected Club Secretary, and sent by registered
posted to the League Secretary by April 30th. Date of postmark will
Persons proposed for an officership position, or committee member must
have at least two nominations in order to have his/her name go forward
All correspondence pertaining to the above procedures must be sent to
the League Hon. Secretary, Gerry McCormack, 53, Hilltop, St. Patrick’s
Kennedy Cup Groups 2014
Group 1: Cork, Dundalk, Midlands, Roscommon.
Group 2: Wexford, NEC, Mayo, WWEC.
Group 3: North Dublin, Kildare, North Tipperary, Drogheda.
Group 4: Waterford, Cavan/Monaghan, West Cork, Inishowen.
Group 5: Kilkenny, Limerick County, South Dublin, Sligo/Leitrim.
Group 6: Limerick District, Athlone, Donegal, Clare.
Group 7: Galway, Kerry, Longford, South Tipperary.
Group 8: DDSL, Carlow, Limerick Desmond, Wicklow.
will take place in the University of Limerick from Monday,
June 16, to Friday, June 20,
meeting will take place each Monday night in the League Office from 7.pm to
8.30. Clubs wishing to meet with the Committee must give prior notice to the
League Secretary outlining the reason for such a meeting.At last weeks Delegate meeting Clubs were informed that all U7,8 and 9
players must attach a Birth Cert to their form when registering for
Players already registered must produce a Birth Cert to
confirm their date of birth.
This procedure is to enable the Committee
to complete the Database and thus ensuring that there will be no need
in the future for Clubs to get players Birth Certs after they have been
registered upon signing for the first time.
After this only new players will be required to produce a Birth Cert. Or upon request by the League Committee.
All Clubs are reminded
that as per rule players must be registered one clear day before they can play
for their Club. Teams must ensure to have their players registered as teams
found guilty of playing un-registered players will face disciplinary action as
per rule. As well as ensuring that their players are properly registered, clubs
with two or more teams in the same grade of football must submit to the League
Registrar a list of players for each team on Club headed paper and duly signed
by the Secretary. To all club secs. Please note.
If you are signing a player from a team that has been removed or has withdrawn from the league.
When submitting the form, you must also ensure that the player attaches
a letter of request stating, the team he is leaving and the team he
wishes to play for.
A decision on whether to grant the request or not will be made at the weekly meeting by the LDSL committee.
teams failing to turn up.
team fails to turn up for a fixture, the referee must get the match card filled
out by the team present.
The team present
must pay the referee his full fee.
A walkover cannot be awarded by anyone, other than the LDSL
committee at a committee meeting.
LDSL, completes its investigation into the game.
If a walkover
is confirmed, the team present may, through its Club Secretary claim back its
half match fee.
Club Notes and Activities
Clubs can post their activities on this page for a 2 week period.
New Season Notes
Football Sizes: U10, 11, 12, U13s will use a size 4 ball, the 14,15 and 16s will use a size 5 ball.
Season, Cup games will start in February with the intention of playing
all finals in a 2 week period towards the end of May.
All League competitions will be completed.