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Leinster Senior Cup Quarter Final date re-arranged

The previously cancelled Leinster Senior Cup Quarter final date has been re-arranged. The new date is Tuesday 8th September, 2015.

LFA Senior Cup Quarter Final
Longford Town vs Shamrock Rovers
City Calling Stadium
Tuesday 8th September 2015
Kick off: 7.45pm

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Supporters’ Club Notes

MAGNIFICENT VICTORY

Three vitally important points were bagged on Saturday night after a tough, tense game which saw us run out victors by a single goal. According to some travelling Bray supporters, they had fully expected to come away with a win to make the remainder of their season somewhat secure.

However, Tony Cousins’ men had other ideas and even before kick off you could sense the air of dogged determination, as they went through running exercises before kick off. With Dean Kelly and David O’Sullivan playing up front, it was clear that De Town were intent of changing things round.

Bray played some very attractive, passing football but despite a lot of possession, the hosts were continually in their face. When they did manage to break through, Paul Hunt was in sparkling form, with the keeper now looking stronger and fitter than ever.

As a gorgeous harvest moon rose behind Section O, both sides pushed for that elusive goal which many thought would be enough to settle the tie. David O’Sullivan had a wonderful chance in the first half but he blasted over. Stephen Rice was brandished a yellow card just before half time and then red after 73 minutes.

Before the sending off, David O’Sullivan had put us ahead on 56 minutes with an absolute screamer, following a sublime through pass from an inform Mark Salmon. It surely will rank as one of our goals of the season and should rank with the soccer programme on RTE.

After the sending off, our teak resolve was fully tried and tested. Allowing Bray possession in their own half, meant that we were under a constant barrage. The Seagulls tried every trick in their extensive armoury but a well drilled, tenacious, disciplined Town side saw out the game.

It was our third time this season to clip the wings of the Seagulls but what was more important were those three valuable points, which saw us leap frog Derry back to seventh place.

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U19 LEAGUE: St. Patrick’s Athletic 1-0 Longford Town

Longford Town U19s suffered their first league defeat under the hands of St Patrick’s Athletic today as just one goal was enough to separate the sides on this occasion in the ASLAA Ground.

St. Pat’s broke the deadlock after just five minutes when Paul Bracken got his head on the end of a Pats free kick, this his 3rd goal for Pat’s in only two games. Unfortunately for De Town, that was to be the only goal of the game.

Longford did not lie down and did have a couple of half chances but it was easy to see they found it very hard to break down a well-organised Pats defence.

Longford pushed on in the second half in hope for an equaliser but despite having most of the possession they failed to capitalise as clear cut chances came few and far between…

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FAI Cup Quarter Final date confirmed

The FAI Cup Quarter Final vs Sheriff YC, conquerors of Athlone Town in the previous round, takes place on Friday Sept. 11th, 8.00pm. Help keep the Cup run going by cheering us on the City Calling Stadium!

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U19 League: Longford Town defeat Athlone Town 5-1

In tonight’s re-arranged U19 league match in Athlone, Longford Town defeated Athlone Town 5-1 with a brace by Daryl Carrigy, Malike Benrougroubi, Daniel Smith and Karl Chambers.

Longford Towns U19s manager Mark Connors speaking after tonights 5-1 win over Athlone Town…

“We have carried on from a really good preseason and are delighted with the group of players we have. There’s a real spirit and determination about them and they showed a lot of quality tonight.

We’re back in training tomorrow preparing for St. Pats away, Saturday so it’s onto the next game quickly, one we’re really looking forward to!”

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Town Fixtures and Results

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SSE AIRTRICITY LEAGUE:

Sat. 29th August
Longford Town v Bray Wanderers
City Calling Stadium  • WON 1-0 • Report

Sat. 5th September
Galway United v Longford Town
Eamonn Deacy Park • 7.45pm

Fri. 18th September
Bohemians v Longford Town
Dalymount Park • 7.45pm

Sat. 26th September
Longford Town v St. Patrick's Athletic
City Calling Stadium • 7.30pm

LEINSTER SENIOR CUP
QUARTER FINAL

Tues. 8th September
Longford Town v Shamrock Rovers
City Calling Stadium • 7.45pm

IRISH DAILY MAIL FAI CUP
QUARTER FINAL

Fri. 11th September
Longford Town v Sheriff YC
City Calling Stadium • 8.00pm

 

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