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Munster Junior Cup

5th Round Draw 

           
St Michael’s                             v          Murroe

Newmarket Celtic “A”       4      v     2     Everton

Sporting Ennistymon                v          Pike Rvs

Peake Villa                              v          Thurles Town

Carrick Utd “B”                       v          St John Bosco or Hill Celtic

Janesboro                                v          Pearse Celtic “A”

Cahir Park                               v          Southend Utd

Waterford Crystal                    v          Killarney Celtic
           

Games to take place on or before 10th/11th February 2018.

 

Quarter Final Draw  2017-2018

 Newmarket Celtic “A” or Everton
                      v
St Michael’s or Murroe

 


Cahir Park or Southend Utd
                      v
Waterford Crystal or Killarney Celtic

 

Janesboro or Pearse Celtic “A”
                       v
Peake Villa  or Thurles Town

 


Carrick Utd “B” or St John Bosco or Hill Celtic
                      v
Sporting Ennistymon or Pike Rvs

Games to take place on or before 10th/11th March 2018.

MUNSTER JUNIOR CUP 4th Round Draw 2017-2018
Murroe v Grattan Utd
Fairview Rgs v Carrick Utd “B”
Killarney Celtic v Ballingarry
Rockmount 1 v 2 Sporting Ennistymon
Everton 3 v 1Drinagh Rgs
Nenagh Celtic v Peake Villa
St John Bosco v Hill Celtic
Shannon Town “A” v Southend Utd
CG Killarney v Janesboro
St Michael’s v St Saviours
Waterford Crystal v Youghal Utd 
Kanturk v Pearse Celtic “A” or Macroom “A”
Cahir Park2 v1 Avondale Utd 
Newmarket Celtic “A” v Cappamore Celtic
Carew Park v Pike Rvs
Thurles Town v Broadford Utd
Games to take place on or before 20th / 21st January 2018.





1. In the open round stages (4th Round on) of the cup competitions all matches must be played on an enclosed ground where dressing & showering facilities are available. If the home team cannot supply an enclosed ground the match shall switch to the away side’s enclosed ground. An enclosed ground is defined as a ground where access can only be gained through official entrances and where spectators are separated from the playing area by ropes and or railings.

2. The duration of the games shall be 90 minutes. In the event of a draw, 10 minutes each way extra time shall be played. If still a draw at the end of extra time then the game shall be decided by the FIFA penalty rule.

3. Three officials must be appointed for all games in the open rounds of the competitions. The home team is responsible for all fees and expenses of the match officials.

4. Please note that in all rounds of the competitions when a game is not played at the 1st attempt at a venue because of ground or weather conditions, the game will be reversed to the away venue. This will also apply if a game has commenced, but not concluded because of ground or weather conditions.












 

         

 

 

                            












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