Home Sport Soccer Here are all of this week’s CCFL soccer fixtures

Here are all of this week’s CCFL soccer fixtures

An exciting new venture for the Midlands Schoolboys League

There are a couple of big games this weekend in the CCFL involving Laois teams.

Raheen travel to Monksland United on Sunday with a place in the Paddy Cotter Cup up for grabs while Stradbally Town can stave off Division 1 relegation with a win over Walsh Island Shamrocks.

See full fixtures below:

SATURDAY, APRIL 1
All games at 2.30 unless stated

Under 17 Cup Group 1:
Mucklagh v Mullingar Ath

Under 17 Cup Group 2:
Kilbeggan v St Aengus

CCFL Youths Cup 1st Round:
Monksland Utd v Kilbeggan
Ballymahon v Edenderry Town
Willow Park v Portlaoise B

Under 19 Cup 1st Round:
Tullamore Town v Rosenallis

Under 19 Cup Quarter Final:
Clongowes Wood v Horseleap Utd

Division 1 Sat:
Mullingar Town B v Camlin United

Division 3 Saturday:
Inny FC v Dynamo Rooskey

SUNDAY, APRIL 2
All games at 11.00 unless stated

CCFL Womens Cup Semi Final:
Killeigh A v Mullingar Athletic

CCFL Womens Shield Semi Final:
Clara Town v Killeigh B; 2.00

Paddy Cotter Cup 3rd Round:
Mullingar Athletic v Melville Utd; Gainstown, Mullingar; Midlands;

Paddy Cotter Cup Semi Final:
Monksland Utd v Raheen; 2.00

Billy Hyland Premier Division Quarter Finals:
Gentex v Clonaslee Utd

Michael Dolan Div 1 Cup 2nd Round:
Coolraine FC v Castlepollard Celtic

Denis Delaney Div 2 Cup Quarter Final:
Horseleap Utd v Ballinagar FC

Oliver Ward Division 3 Cup 1st Round:
St. Carthages Athletic v Castlepollard Celtic B

Oliver Ward Division 3 Cup Quarter Final:
BBC Utd v Shinrone Utd

Division 4 Cup Group 3:
Rosenallis B v Geashill FC

Combined Counties Shield Semi Final:
Clara Town B v O’Moore’s FC; 12.00

Senior Division:
Tullamore Town v Inny FC A
St. Peters v Mullingar Town A; 2.00

Premier Division:
Clara Town A v Birr Town A

Division 1:
Stradbally Town A v Walsh Island Shamrocks

Division 2:
Birr Town B v FC Killoe

Division 3:
Gracefield Athletic v Highfield Utd

Division 4B:
Kilcormac Utd B v Banagher Utd

Previous articleGardai called to deal with council housing stand-off
Next articleFashion and style on show at The Heath Golf Club
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 in 2016.