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FAI Junior Cup Sixth Round draw

The Draw for the last 32 of the F.A.I. Umbro Junior Cup was made in the F.A.I. Headquarters in Abbotstown last Friday and the draw throws up some interesting ties, current holders Ballymun Utd face Waterford Crystal next week in their 5th Round tie after defeating fancied Killester Utd.  on penalties in the 5th round.


The winners of the Waterford Crystal/Ballymun ties will face Clonmel Town in the 6th Round and this should be an interesting battle. Fairview Rgs. travel to Listowel Celtic while neighbours Killmalock await Crettyard or Portmarnock FC. Crumlin Utd or Wicklow Rovers will meet fellow Leinster Senior League oppenents Bath Markievicz. Should St Michaels overcome Mervue Utd next Sunday they will have an all TS&DL tie against Clonmel Celtic.

F.A.I. UMBRO JUNIOR CUP 6TH ROUND DRAW


1    Iorras Aonaithe or Carrick Utd    v     Douglas Hall FC or WFTA or St. Laurence Gate

2    Killarney Ath            v    Killarney Celtic or College Corths.

3    Leeside FC or Cabinteely FC    v    Freebooters FC

4    Corrib Celtic or Nenagh Cel    v    Pike Rovers

5    Listowel Celtic            v    Fairview Rgs or Killinarden Ath.

6    Regional Utd            v    St. Pauls Artane or Kentstown FC or Rock Celtic

7    Clonmel Celtic            v    Mervue Utd or St. Michaels FC

8    Clonmel Town            v    Killester Utd or Ballymun FC or Waterford Crystal

9    Crumlin Utd or Wicklow Rvs    v    Bath Markievicz

10    Wilton FC or St. Francis        v    Ballynanty Rovers

11    Orchard A or Colemanstown    v    Killavilla or Willow Park or Knocklyon FC

12    Ballina Town or Cashel Celtic    v    Shangan Ath. or Straide & Foxford FC

13    Springfield FC            v    Carbury FC

14    Kilmallock FC or Greenwood     v    Crettyard Utd or Portmarnock FC or Corduff FC

15    Castleisland FC            v    Courtown Hibs or Lower Crumlin FC

16     Glebe North             v    Lagan Harps or NUI Galway


Ties to be played weekend of the 20th and 21st of February 2010.

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