Archive for February, 2010
Admission Prices 2013
OAP/Student/Concessions: €6 (Valid ID must be presented to obtain concessionary admission)
Child (u16): €3
Season Tickets 2013
Please remember to bring your season ticket with you to all games as admission will only be granted on production of a valid 2012 season ticket.
Parking at the RSC on matchdays is strictly limited to officials, car park pass holders and season ticket holders. Membership cards or passes must be produced to gain admission to the car park. Due to operational and safety concerns, the car park will be closed 30 minutes before kick off. Admission after this time will be solely at the discretion of the event controller. Please obey all the directions of the event staff.
Parking is not available inside the stadium for visiting fans. There is plenty of parking in the vicinity of the RSC though parking is restricted by the Gardai on the main Cork Road on match nights.
Waterford United’s final match of their pre-season programme will now be against Sporting Fingal this Saturday, Feb 27th.
Originally down to play Cork City, that club’s demise left a gap to be filled, and the Ravens came to the rescue last night, providing strong Premier Division opposition, and one final stern test, before the season kicks off in earnest next weekend.
As arrangements were already in place, the game will go ahead in Cahir on Saturday at 3.00pm.
Meanwhile, the Blues enjoyed a comfortable 6-0 victory over a West Waterford / East Cork League selection at Tallow last night.
In a somewhat one-sided first half, the league XI gifted United a two own-goal head start, firstly as a centre back headed a cross to his own net under pressure from Willie John Kiely, and then, in ‘what happened next?’ fashion, when the Abbeyside hitman struck the inside of the post with a rasping low drive, the ball flying across the goal line, cannoning back out off the inside of the other post, to rebound off an inrushing defender and nestle in the net. A hat-trick for Vinny Sullivan, the first capping a flowing nine pass move, and the third set up with a neat ball over the top from Kiely, meant the Blues were five up at half time.
A better display from the home side after the break saw things tightened up considerably. Kevin Burns, deputising for the League selection in the second 45, pulled off a fine save from Kevin Waters’ 30-yard drive, before making way for Josh Byrne to see out the match between the sticks. Late on sub Gary Keane made it six to wrap up the scoring for the Blues.
Team: Chris Konopka; Alan Carey, John Hayes (Paul Carey 60), Kevin Murray, John Kearney (Paul McCarthy 45); Timmy Purcell (Gareth Cambridge 65), Seamus Long, James O’Sullivan (Gary Dunphy 45), Liam Kearney (Kevin Waters 65); Willie John Kiely (Gary Keane 75), Vinny Sullivan (David Grincell 70)
Kevin Burns & Josh Byrne split the 2nd half for the League selection.
At a well attended event at the Munster Bar last night, Morris’ DIY, based in the city, were the first name out of the drum for the second time in as many years, as they secured their place on the back of the 2010 Waterford United shirt.
20 local businesses took part in the draw, and each received a player sponsorship as just one part of the package, the full list is below. A huge, huge thanks to every business that took part in the event, a great show of support in these tough times.
Chris Konopka Azzurri
Alan Carey Perennial Freight
David Grincell Great Stuff Catering
Gareth Cambridge McDonalds
John Kearney Alpha Web Design
Kevin Murray Tom O’Brien Construction
Kevin Waters John Thompson Funeral Director
Paul McCarthy Fitzpatrick’s Manor Lodge Restaurant
Vinny Sullivan Beautyteam.ie
Willie John Kiely Snap Printing
Liam Kearney Clem Jacob Hire
Gary Dunphy FLI Environmental
Seamus Long Paul O’Neill Construction
Josh Byrne In House
Paul Carey Sully’s Snooker Hall
James O’Sullivan Nivea For Men
John Hayes Tower Hotel
Timmy Purcell Gregory’s Clothes For Men
Kevin Burns The Star
Gary Keane Morris’ DIY
Squad number: 1
Sponsored by: Azzuri
Chris joined the Blues in December 2009. The New Jersey native, who played for Kansas City Wizards in the US Major League in 2007, as well as for the US U-23 National team, spent the 2008 season with Bohemians, finishing with an A-Championship runners-up medal, and on the fringes of the senior side that won the league and Cup double that year. He joined Sporting Fingal on a short term contract in the summer of 2009, and helped the Ravens to lift the FAI Cup, playing a key role in the semi-final victory over Bray Wanderers, and to gain promotion to the Premier Division via the play-offs. Tall, agile and athletic, and an excellent shot-stopper, Chris is very highly rated in the Irish game.
Squad number: 17
Sponsored by: The Star
Kevin stepped up to the senior squad last year after a string of exceptional performances between the sticks in the inaugural Under-20 season, where he displayed outstanding athleticism, lightning quick reactions, and a good head for organisation. Called upon on a number of occasions during the campaign, most memorably in the FAI Cup semi final against Sligo Rovers, he showed time and again why he is so highly rated. He spent seven years at Seaview Celtic, and another at Tramore AFC, before signing for the Blues.
Squad number: 20
Sponsored by: In House
Along with Gary Keane, Josh makes the step up to the senior squad from last year’s Under-20s (though still qualified to play in both teams) after impressing hugely for the young Blues last season. He got a brief taste of the set-up in the FAI Cup semi final where he was drafted in as cover for Kevin Burns, but this year has seen plenty of game time in pre-season, most notably when he filled in for Tramore AFC with an outstanding display between the sticks. Quick and agile, with superb positioning and handling, and a commanding presence way beyond his years, Josh has already been capped at U-17 and U-18 schoolboy levels, and is most definitely one to watch for the future.
Squad number: 4
Sponsored by: Tom O’Brien Construction
Kevin became Stephen Henderson’s third signing when he was snapped up from under the noses of Cork City in the middle of January 2009. The tall centre half was the rock of Henderson’s defence at Cobh, and proved the same again last season when he forged a formidable partnership with Kenny Browne at the heart of the Blues defence. Powerful, strong in the air, well able to play ball on the deck, and with an excellent football brain, Kevin quickly established himself as a fans’ favourite, and is well on the way to becoming a Blues legend. Incredibly, he played every single minute of every game in the 2009 season.
Sponsored by: The Tower Hotel
John returns to the Blues after a year’s hiatus, and has immediately slotted in like he was never away. That leave of absence aside, he has been with the club since signing from Waterford Bohs in 2004, though he had loan spells at Kilkenny and Cobh early on to gain league experience. Versatile in defence, he is comfortable both at right back and his favoured centre back position, as well as defensive midfield. Solid in the tackle and a good reader of the game, John is always prepared to give everything for the cause, and he has put in many inspirational performances in the blue shirt, with hopefully many more to come.
Sponsored by: Paul O’Neill Construction
The talented defender signed from Douglas Hall in January 2009, after two outstanding seasons at Munster Senior League level. Previously Seamus had featured in Shamrock Rovers’ 2006 promotion winning side, and prior to that spent two seasons at UCD. Quick and strong, he played a key part in what proved to be a mean defence last year. Though a natural at right back, Seamus is equally adept on the left, and at centre half, and is also comfortable in midfield, where he lined out on several occasions towards the end of 2009.
Sponsored by: Alpha Web Design
John was one of the first new faces to be brought into the squad by Stephen Henderson for the 2009 season, and little wonder. He is blessed with bags of ability on the ball, and from a midfield role can be the creative focus of the team, pulling the strings from the centre circle, as well as getting forward to get among the goals. However, last season he displayed another string to his bow. The manager’s ability to reinvent players showed once again, as he proved to be an outstanding left full back, and was one of the genuine contenders for Player of the Year.
Squad number: 2
Sponsored by: Perennial Freight
Alan is on his second stint at the RSC, having arrived here from Cork City for a couple of seasons in 2004-2005, including the run to the Cup Final. Though used primarily on the right side of midfield while at Cobh Ramblers, he has returned to his more accustomed right back position with the Blues, a position he has made his own. A virtual ever-present all of last season, his absence was keenly felt in the few games he did miss towards the end of the campaign. Solid at the back, with an excellent delivery, both from play and from the dead ball.
Squad number: 30
Michael is the BLues’ most recent signing, having joined during the mid-season break. Widely considered to be one of the best left fullbacks to play in the Junior League for many years, Michael has been watched several times by the Blues boss, and obviously impressed! This season he won a league and Munster Junior Cup double with Carrick, and is also a current Junior International. Made a solid and assured start to his league career in the 3-0 win over Mervue.
Squad number: 11
Sponsored by: John Thompson Funeral Director
Kevin is the longest serving member of the Blues squad, having signed in 1999 from Clonmel Town. Once established in the senior team, he was virtually ever present on the left side of the Blues midfield, and picked up a First Division Championship medal in 2002/03, along with three Junior International caps. ‘Blondie’ left for Limerick in 2006, and he was the Shannonsiders’ top scorer the following year before returning to the RSC at the start of 2008. Strong in possession, and comfortable mixing it in the middle or running the wing on the left, Kevin’s prowess from dead ball situations adds another dimension to the Blues attack
Squad number: 14
Sponsored by: Sully’s Snooker Hall
Paul made the step up to the senior squad from the U-20 set-up last season, but some bad luck with injuries cost him a couple of chances to cement a regular place. This year he will be hoping for better luck in that regard, and has had a good run in the side in pre-season. Most comfortable in the middle of midfield, and comfortable down both flanks, he has been used mostly at full back in recent matches, where he as acquitted himself admirably. Determined, tenacious, and with an abundance of ability, Paul is definitely one for the future.
Squad number: 8
Sponsored by: Fitzpatrick’s Manor Lodge Restaurant
Paul played part of the 2005 season with the Blues U-21 squad, and was called into the senior side on several occasions that campaign, before briefly returning to his hometown club Tramore. Signing a new contract in 2006, he quickly established himself in the first team, and has been a regular ever since. Paul’s last two seasons have been severely disrupted with injuries though, a fractured ankle keeping him out for much of 2008, and a double groin operation forcing him to miss half of last year. A strong-running midfielder, with an excellent engine and a great football brain, this year he will be hoping for a long, productive, and injury-free run in the first team.
Squad number: 7
Sponsored by: Clem Jacob Hire
Nicknamed ‘the Conna Maradona’, Liam is winger of immense skill and trickery, who has lit up the League wherever he has played. Most at home on the left wing, he is comfortable anywhere across midfield or in attack, and has vast experience at the top level in the domestic game, as well as at underage level both in the UK, with Notts Forest, and with the International sides.He has seven Under 21 caps to his name, and one goal, against Italy in 2007, and also played in the U-16 European Championships in Israel in 2000, and made the semi-finals in the U-19 Euro Championships in Norway in 2002. A fantastic coup for the club, his signing significantly boosts the manager’s attacking options ahead of the new campaign.
Squad number: 23
Sponsored by: McDonald’s
Gareth started his league career at Cobh, where he won the Under-21 Player of the Year and then a First Division champions medal under Stephen Henderson. Upon moving upriver to Cork City in 2008, he added a Setanta Cup winners medal to his collection, but an uncertain future at the Leeside club saw him look further afield. Snapped up by the boss in January, Gareth brings bags of pace and attacking flair to the right wing or the forward line this season. Capped by Ireland at U-19 level, and NOT related to Blues coach Martin!
Released by the club at the end of June 2010.
Squad number: 22
Sponsored by: Nivea for Men
An attack minded midfielder of enormous potential, James joined just before the transfer deadline from Clonmel Town. The highly rated Tipperary player had been attracting interest from several quarters, including Bohemians. Has a vast array of international appearances, at all age levels. Played for Cashel against David Grincell’s Tramore in the 2006 Munster Youth Cup final.
Squad number: 16
Sponsored by: FLI Environmental
A strong, pacy midfielder who has the ability and vision to turn any game, Gary initially signed for the Blues in 2005 after a stint at Celtic, and played his way into the senior squad for the start the 2008 season, featuring regularly. A neat passer who likes to link up play and to push forward in support of the attack, Gary adds a different dimension to the Blues midfield when selected. He also possesses an ice cool temperament from the penalty spot.
Squad number: 39
Sponsored by: tba
George signed for the Blues as a free agent at the start of April. Vastly experience both in the domestic and English game, the Corkman began his career at Port Vale, with whom he won the Football League Trophy in 2001, and has had spells at Ipswich, Brighton (on loan), Tranmere and most recently Yeovil. At home, his most successful spell came at Cork City from 2002-07, gettin to the FAI and Setanta Cup finals, and picking up a league winners medal in 2005. A pure footballer, with exceptional vision, quick feet and even quicker brain, a real eye for goal, and with the full range of passes in his locker, George turned in some superb performances for United what turned out to be but a short spell. He was released by the club at the end of June.
Squad number: 29
Shane signed for the Blues from non-league Blarney United at the start of June 2010, having previously been a Cobh Ramblers regular. He was a member of Cobh’s 2007 promotion winning side under Stephen Henderson. A calm and assured presence in the middle of the park, with good tackling and passing abilities, Shane will add greatly to the Blues midfield for the remainder of the season.
Squad number: 21
Sponsored by: Gregory’s Clothes For Men
Timmy, a native of Kilkenny, joins the Blues after three seasons at UCD, and previously two at Shelbourne, where he also gained valuable experience with the Ireland Schools squad, in 2005/6. A very attack minded player, whether up front or on the right side of midfield, he has impressed in pre-season, and has already gotten off the mark with a goal in the second warm-up match. A neat passer, with good balance, quick feet, and an ability to drift into dangerous positions, Timmy brings a different set of skills again to the pace and guile of Grincell, the nous and presence of Sullivan, or the poacher’s instinct of Kiely.
Willie John Kiely
Squad number: 9
Sponsored by: Snap Printing
The young Blues striker, a natural poacher with a nose for goal, started his career at local clubs Ballinroad, Abbeyside and Waterford Bohs before heading for Dublin and Cherry Orchard, where he won a SFAI Cup winners medal. From there he moved to Aberdeen, starring for their U-19 and reserve sides, but was released in the summer of 2007, signing for the Blues despite keen interest from Drogheda. He had an excellent season in front of goal in 2009 when vying for the top scorer accolade with Graham Cummins, notching 17 times in all competitions, and will be looking to better that feat this year.
Squad number: 15
Sponsored by: Morris’ DIY
Gary is another player to move up from the U-20 ranks to the senior squad for this season, on the back of some fine performances last year, where he stood out as having the build and explosive power for the hurly-burly of the League of Ireland, as well as the talent with the ball at his feet. Quick and lively, and with a natural flair for the game, he can play equally as well up front or in midfield. He has played for the Waterford Schoolboy League development squads and Waterford Youths.
Squad number: 10
Sponsored by: Great Stuff Catering
A skillful, speedy striker who has shown his goalscoring ability at every club, David signed for the Blues after stealing the show in the 2006 Munster Youths Cup Final for Tramore, and in 2007 spent time on loan at Kilkenny City to gain senior experience. He burst onto the league scene, once he’d begun to get regular starts, with a 35-yard wonder strike against Longford Town in 2008, but he suffered somewhat last season due to the outstanding form of Cummins and Kiely up front. He then suffered a horror double fracture of the wrist in August, but made a rapid recovery to feature prominently in the run-in. After all that, Grinny will be very keen this year to build on his undoubted talent.
Squad number: 42
Paul signed for the Blues at the start of June this year, from Wexford Bohemians. Previously he had been impressing at Ipswich Town, and had signed a pro contract, but struggled with homesickness, and returned to his native county. This year, Paul was a key element of the Wexford League’s first ever Oscar Traynor success, scoring in each of the last three rounds. Strong, quick, with great awareness and good both in the air and on the deck, Paul possesses all the attributes of a fine centre forward. He marked his Blues debut with a goal in the 8-0 hammering of Salthill Devon.
Squad number: 18
Sponsored by: Beautyteam.ie
A Blues stalwart for many years, Vinny re-signed at the end of August 2009, in part to cover for the injured David Grincell, but he soon showed his worth to the side, finishing with a half-dozen goals for his half-season. He played for Dungarvan United, and then Celtic and Livingston in Scotland before returning home and signing for the Blues in 2002. Apart from one season with Cork City in 2006, he spent all that time at the RSC until the end of last year, and finished top goalscorer in many of those years, including his debut season. A proven goalscorer at League of Ireland level, with pace, presence, and seemingly endless stamina, Vinny is in line this year to pass the 60 goal milestone for United.
many thanks to beautyteam.ie for organising the photos!
Club Name: Waterford United Football Club.
Club Founded: 1930
Home Ground: Waterford Regional Sports Centre.
Club Colours: Home: Blue Jersey, shorts and socks. Away: White Jersey, shorts and socks.
Club Sponsor: Three Ireland
Directors: Chris Everett, Michael Drohan
Honorary President: Bertie Rogers
Life Vice President: Dr. Liam McCann
General Manager: Michael Drohan
Club Administrator: Michael Drohan
Club Secretary: Ray Scott
Chairman: John O’Sullivan
Vice Chairman: Sam White
Head of Governence: Chris Everett
Head of Finance: Tony Burke
Head of Communications & Community: Ray Scott
Head of Technical: Greg Pheasey
Head of Infrastructure: Sam White
Head of Commercial: Chris Smyth
UEFA Licensing Officer: Chris Everett
Supporters Liaison: Andy Queally
Media Officer: John Kehoe
Event Controller: Mark Dunne
Manager: Paul O’Brien
Coaching Staff: Billy Hearne, Tommy Griffin, Declan Howlett, Johnny Browne
Kit Man: Michael Walsh
Physiotherapist: Ann Prendergast
Doctor: Dr. Finbarr O Leary
Waterford United today completed three more signings, as John Hayes, James O’Sullivan and Gary Keane are added to the squad to take the total up to 20 players. The trio all signed deals that will run until the end of the 2010 season.
Blues fans will be delighted to see the return of John Hayes after a year’s leave of absence. Prior to this the popular defender had been with the club since signing from Waterford Bohs in 2004, though he had short loan spells at Kilkenny and Cobh. Versatile in defence, he is comfortable both at right back and his favoured centre back position, as well as defensive midfield. Solid in the tackle and a good reader of the game, John is always prepared to give everything for the cause, and he has put in many inspirational performances in the blue shirt.
Gary Keane moves up from the U-20 ranks this season, on the back of some fine performances last year, where he stood out as having the build and explosive power for the hurly-burly of the League of Ireland, as well as the talent with the ball at his feet. Quick and lively, and with a natural flair for the game, he can play equally as well up front or in midfield.
An attack-minded midfielder of enormous potential, James O’Sullivan is the most recent addition to the Blues fold, joining only last week from Clonmel Town, and playing his first game for United in the recent friendly with St. Pat’s. The Blues are delighted with the acquisition, as the highly rated Tipperary player has been attracting much interest from several quarters, including Pat Fenlon at Bohemians.
Waterford United 0 – 0 St Patrick’s Athletic
The brilliant sunshine wasn’t matched by a somewhat lacklustre opening period, with both teams sounding each other out a touch cagily at first. And as the half progressed it was the visitors who were having the lion’s share of the chances, the best of those falling to Alex Williams who early on headed wide at the far post, and Dave Mulcahy who pulled a low shot a yard beyond the left post from 12 yards out. The Blues for their part put together some neat approaches at times, but rarely caused much trouble for Gary Rogers in the Saints goal.
It was a more effective United side that came out for the second half though, and early on a neat move across the park saw Kevin Waters chip to the back post only for Vinny Sullivan to head wide. The best chance for the home team came in the 74th minute, however, as a scramble from an attacking throw in saw Willie John Kiely’s stabbed centre cross the area for Timmy Purcell, who just failed to connect a few yards out from the far post.
That was it for the chances, and the game finished scoreless, but a very useful run-out for the Blues, and a big confidence boost for the players, not least John Hayes who put in a fine performance at centre half in his first game in some time.
Blues: Chris Konopka (Kevin Burns 72); Alan Carey, John Hayes, Kevin Murray, John Kearney; Paul Carey (Timmy Purcell h/t), Gary Dunphy (Seamus Long 61), Paul McCarthy (James Sullivan 66), Liam Kearney (Kevin Waters h/t); Vinny Sullivan (Gary Keane 72), David Grincell (Willie John Kiely h/t)
Booked: J Kearney
Saints: Gary Rogers (Paul Hunt 75), Damien Lynch, Shane Guthrie, Conor Kenna, Ian Bermingham (Derek Pender h/t); Ryan Guy (Brian Cash 66), Dave Mulcahy (David McAllister 66), Stuart Byrne (Conor Sinnott 72), Gareth Coughlan (Derek Doyle 66); Alex Williams, Vinny Faherty (Paul Byrne 72)
Waterford United take on St Patrick’s Athletic at the RSC this Saturday (kick-off 3.00pm) in what is their only pre-season friendly at the RSC ahead of the new season.
The Blues saw off the illustrious Inchicore club at the second attempt in last season’s FAI Cup of course, and there has been a great history between the two sides down the years, not least the 1980 Cup Final!
Pre-season is going well for United, and the three matches to date have provided some excellent work outs for the lads, so why not come along and run the rule over the 2010 version of the squad before the season begins in earnest.
Admission is just €5 for adults, and children are free.
Waterford United will kick off the 2010 league season with a local derby against Wexford Youths at the RSC.
The fixture list, released just moments ago, pits the Southeast rivals against each other on the opening weekend (Friday March 5th KO 7.45pm) , and adds a second high-profile home match with the visit of Derry City to the RSC for the third match of the programme, on Friday March 19th. In between, the Blues will play either Bray Wanderers or Cork City away, dependant on the decision of the licencing committee next week.
Two away trips to Galway follow, first to league newcomers Salthill Devon at their Drom ground, and then to Terryland Park to face Mervue United, before returning to the RSC to face Limerick on April 9th. The Blues face a long trip to Monaghan United on April 16th, but the following week they have Finn Harps at home, as a relatively kind draw sees them make the two longest trips of the season (to Harps and Derry) only once.
The first series is completed with Longford Town away, Athlone Town at home, and finally Shelbourne at Tolka Park.
The full fixture list can be studied at lenght here!
|05 Mar 10||RSC||Perennial Freight||7.45||Wexford Youths||3-0||Win|
|12 Mar 10||Turner’s Cross||n/a||7.45||Cork City FORAS Co-op||2-0||Win|
|19 Mar 10||RSC||
|27 Mar 10||Drom||n/a||7.00||Salthill Devon||1-0||Win|
|03 Apr 10||Terryland Park||n/a||7.00||Mervue United||3-2||Win|
|09 Apr 10||RSC||Celtic Link Ferries||7.45||Limerick FC||2-1||Win|
|16 Apr 10||Gortakeegan||n/a||8.00||Monaghan United||0-1||Loss|
|23 Apr 10||RSC||none||7.45||Finn Harps||2-0||Win|
|01 May 10||Flancare Park||n/a||7.30||Longford Town||1-2||Loss|
|04 May 10||RSC||none||7.45||Athlone Town||0-0||Draw|
|07 May 10||Tolka Park||n/a||8.00||Shelbourne||1-0||Win|
|14 May 10||Ferrycarrig Park||n/a||8.00||Wexford Youths||0-1||Loss|
|21 May 10||RSC||Chia Bia||7.45||Cork City FORAS Co-op||1-1||Draw|
|29 May 10||Brandywell||n/a||6.00||Derry City||0-2||Loss|
|08 Jun 10||RSC||none||7.45||Salthill Devon||8-0||Win|
|25 Jun 10||RSC||none||7.45||Mervue United||3-0||Win|
|02 Jul 10||Jackman Park||n/a||7.45||Limerick FC||0-0||Draw|
|09 Jul 10||RSC||none||7.45||Monaghan United||1-2||Loss|
|16 Jul 10||Finn Park||n/a||8.00||Finn Harps||1-1||Draw|
|23 Jul 10||RSC||none||7.45||Longford Town||2-0||Win|
|29 Jul 10||Lissywoollen||n/a||7.45||Athlone Town||1-1||Draw|
|06 Aug 10||RSC||Dawn International||7.45||Shelbourne||0-3||Loss|
|13 Aug 10||RSC||none||7.45||Wexford Youths||1-0||Win|
|20 Aug 10||Turner’s Cross||n/a||7.45||Cork City FORAS Co-op||1-0||Win|
|03 Sep 10||RSC||Sully’s Snooker Club||7.45||Derry City||2-0||Win|
|11 Sep 10||Drom||n/a||7.00||Salthill Devon||1-1||Draw|
|17 Sep 10||Terryland Park||n/a||7.45||Mervue United||6-1||Win|
|24 Sep 10||RSC||none||7.45||Limerick FC||3-0||Win|
|01 Oct 10||Gortakeegan||n/a||8.00||Monaghan United||2-4||Loss|
|09 Oct 10||RSC||none||7.00||Finn Harps||3-1||Win|
|15 Oct 10||Flancare Park||n/a||8.00||Longford Town||2-0||Win|
|22 Oct 10||RSC||none||7.45||Athlone Town||3-2||Win|
|30 Oct 10||Tolka Park||n/a||7.45||Shelbourne||2-1||Win|
|02 Nov 10||RSC||none||7.45||Div 1 Play-off – Monaghan United||1-3||Loss|
|05 Nov 10||tba||n/a||tba||Promotion Play-Off 1st leg|
|08 Nov 10||tba||n/a||tba||Promotion Play-Off 2nd leg|