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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Row Z Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Aug 2016 at 4:19pm
Clondalkin Celtic will push again this year I imagine. 

AUL is a northside league basically... People saying Sheriff should be parachuted in to Senior Sunday forget that Killester won all before them in AUL before getting placed in to 1B iirc....

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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:



There would be uproar if Sheriff went straight into Senior Sunday from all the other former AUL sides who had to crawl up through the leagues. However, can anyone dispute that Sheriff would challenge in Senior Sunday? They recently hammered both Firhouse Clover and Crumlin. Next time a team like St Francis goes bang in the LSL Inter, they should parachute Sheriff in rather than promoting loads of 4th placed teams up a league. 

Firhouse a totally new team compared to the one who finished runners up last year. They could struggle this year.
I heard the Crumlin game was quote strange and was never a 4-1.
Having said that, Sheriff would absolutely challenge for the league, no question about that
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AUL refusing to pay prize money owed to clubs (about 9k) who are moving to another league, similar to last year. Kilbarrack appealed last year but were unsuccessful, so can't imagine appeals will be successful this time.
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That's brutal. Childish really
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MC Hammered Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Jul 2019 at 11:56am

They may as well pack up the AUL now after the latest round of defections. A merger with another association could be an answer as their main facilities are very good but their finances could be a different story altogether. 
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Showing my age a bit here. Sad the AUL has been in decline. Back in the 80s into the 90s there were so many great clubs. St Francis were a powerhouse under the managership of Pete Mahon. Other clubs like Dingle United, Belgrave, East Wall, Cherry Orchard, Orchard United, Beggsboro, Tolka Rovers are the clubs I remember being very strong. 

They also got great space in the evening papers - the Herald but also in the Evening Press where more in-depth reports and features boosted the coverage. The loss of the Press is still felt. Good memories.
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the level of football now in the aul is shocking....its dog and duck stuff.and all can be contributed to the same old gang of pricks who run/ran the league and thought the good times would never end.
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