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Here are all of this week’s CCFL soccer fixtures

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The latest CCFL fixtures are here.

SATURDAY MARCH 25
All games at 2.30 unless stated

Under 17 Cup Group 1:
Mucklagh v T & S Utd

Under 17 Cup Group 2:
Kilbeggan v Abbeyleix Ath

CCFL Youths Cup 1st Round
Portlaoise A v Tullamore Town
Birr Town v Mullingar Ath

Under 19 Cup 1st Round:
Horseleap Utd v Mucklagh

Under 17 Premier Division:
Longford Town v Hodson Bay
Willow Park v Edenderry Town

Under 19 Division 1:
Banagher Utd v Rosenallis AFC

Saturday Divisions Cup Semi Final 
Ballymahon AFC v Camlin United

Ml Dolan Division 1 Cup 1st Round
Newtown FC v Castlepollard Celtic A

Senior Division:
St. Peters v Willow Park; 8.00

Division 1 Sunday Championship Play Off:
Derry Rovers A v Towerhill Rovers; 4.00

Division 1 Sat:
Moydow FC v Gaels United A

Division 3 Saturday:
Castlepollard Celtic B v Inny FC

Sunday March 26th
All games at 11.00 unless stated

Umbro John Farrell Combined Counties Cup 4th Round:
Rosenallis AFC v Clonaslee Utd

Combined Counties Shield Semi Final:
Highfield Utd v Maryborough FC; 12.00

Paddy Cotter Cup 3rd Round:
Melville Utd v Horseleap Utd

Division 1 Cup Qtr Final:
Stradbally Town A v Portlaoise Shamrocks 2 00

Division 2 Cup Quarter Finals;
Gallen Utd v Birr Town B
Portarlington Town v Raheen FC

Division 4 Cup:
Group 3; Clonmore Utd v Rosenallis FC B

Under 19 Cup 1st Round:
Ballymahon v Kilbeggan

Senior Division:
Inny FC A v Mullingar Town A; 2.00

Premier Division:
Ballinahown A v Clara Town A

Division 1:
Kilcormac Utd A v Walsh Island Shamrocks

Division 3:
Arlington B v St. Carthages Athletic
Monksland Utd B v O’Moores FC

Division 4A:
Clara Town C v Stradbally Town B; 2.00

Division 4B:
Cloneygowan Celtic v Kilcormac Utd B
Clara Town B v Ballinahowen FC B

 

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Stradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final last year.