First Round made for FAI New Balance Intermediate Cup
The games will be played the weekend ending September 15th as the road to the Aviva Stadium begins in the 2019/20 season.
Avondale went all of the way last year, defeating Crumlin United in the final, and they will be hoping to find their way into the next round.
FAI New Balance Intermediate Cup - First Round
Leinster Senior League
Arklow Town v St Mochta's, Bangor v St Francis, Portlaoise v Tullamore Town, Skerries Town v Portmarnock, Killester Donnycarney v Kilbarrack United, Edenderry Town v Home Farm, Dunboyne v Maynooth University Town, Inchicore Athletic v Ardmore Rovers, Cherry Orchard v Broadford Rovers, Tolka Rovers v Mid Sutton Sportslink, Glebe North v Corduff, Newtown Rangers v Swords Celtic, St Patrick's CY v Newbridge Town, TEK United v Ayrfield United, Kilnamanagh v Greystones United
Byes: Ballymun United, Bluebell United, Castleknock Celtic, Collinstown, Crumlin United, Drumcondra, Dublin Bus, Dublin University, Glenville, Hartstown Huntstown, Larkview, Leixlip United, Liffey Wanderers, Lucan United, Malahide United, Pegasus - St James' Athletic, Ratoath Harps, Sacred Heart / Firhouse Clover, St John Bosco, St Kevin's Boys, Templelogue United, UCD, Verona, Wayside Celtic, Willow Park
Munster Senior League
Cobh Wanderers v Mayfield United, Wilton United v Ringmahon Rangers, Riverstown v Midleton, Casement Celtic v Bandon, UCC v Kinsale, Avondale United v Blarney United, Fermoy v St Mary's
Byes: Ballinhassig, Carrigaline United, Carrigtwohill United, Castleview, College Corinthians, Douglas Hall, Everton, Lakewood Athletic, Leeds, Leeside, Park United, Rockmount, Youghal United
Ulster Senior League
Byes: Bonagee United, Cockhill Celtic, Fanad United, Letterkenny Rovers