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August was another big month signed Conor Davis 2 League wins, 1 draw and 2 cup wins kept a strong lead in the table and filled out the season. Davis with a goal on his full cup debut and one on his full league debut v Cobh Ramblers. Then a hat-trick away to Drogheda Utd and UCD are within a point of the title.

CIE Ranch 2:6 UCD (FAI TV youtube channel) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSQbhC3JWDQ
Two goals down but an 89' equaliser from winger Jay McClelland. Before running out comfortably in extra-time. Ranch 'keeper Sean Brazil had an incredible performance.
I believe first win for UCD after a tie went to extra-time, seven previous attempts incld. the first game of a tie going to extra-time before a losing replay. Third time UCD went two behind in a tie and won the tie. They all to go to a tie-breaker, the other two were replays.

September is already choc-a-block, that brilliant dominant display over Waterford reducing them to one shot on target, a penalty kick in the 2nd half. Deserved and expected from a team that's grown together for 3 and a bit years (mostly 3).
Again Davis opens the scoring so the whole side gets a tangible reward for their efforts. (Tangerines are part of the win bonuses at Belfield).
UCD 2:1 Waterford (FAI TV youtube channel)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_Ho3IJPIgY
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SSE Airtricity League, Fri 14th Sept UCD AFC v Finn Harps, UCD Bowl, ko 19:45
1st v 2nd in the penultimate game of the regular season. The two best sides will provide another great match and showcase everything that is good in the First Division, competitive fixture with no shortage of skill as each team looks to unlock the other. A Finn Harps away win and the title moves on one more week.
There'll be a huge enjoyable crowd. Family Fun Day activities with penos, targets and goalkeeper response tests. More League of Ireland glitterati at the Bowl, selfies, sigs and snaps at requestors own risk.

Adults: €12
Seniors/Students: €8
UCD Students/U14s/Mount Merrion YMCA (in club tracksuits) FREE
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can't wait for it UCDfan! Should be a good atmosphere as we seem to be bringing a big crowd. I was confident till ye beat Waterford but not sure now. Anywhere in the ground to hang up flags?
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UCDfan Bar last Friday's result 😪😪😫 I really enjoyed visiting tthe bowl and the campus. Really impressive and best of luck for the rest of the season and hopefully we will be in league action together next year 
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Originally posted by Healy52003 Healy52003 wrote:

UCDfan Bar last Friday's result 😪😪😫 I really enjoyed visiting tthe bowl and the campus. Really impressive and best of luck for the rest of the season and hopefully we will be in league action together next year 

I'm glad you had a nice time.  Fair Play on the amount if Fans that travelled.  I hope to visit Waterford RSC in the near future.
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Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

can't wait for it UCDfan! Should be a good atmosphere as we seem to be bringing a big crowd. I was confident till ye beat Waterford but not sure now. Anywhere in the ground to hang up flags?

Hi the bronze, in front of Main Stand and behind goal ensuring the flags dont obscure adverts is the normal advice.

Your own Supporter Liaison Officer for Finn Harps has put together a beautiful travel advice for UCD Bowl.

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Happy enough with that. Delighted for the players. They've hit every target expected of them and more to come this season.

Fair Play on the Finn Harps Fans who travelled they were in great voice and the point secures a play-off semi-final.
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Well done UCD 
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Originally posted by UCDFAN UCDFAN wrote:

Happy enough with that. Delighted for the players. They've hit every target expected of them and more to come this season.

Fair Play on the Finn Harps Fans who travelled they were in great voice and the point secures a play-off semi-final.
Well find ucd. Best team over the course of the season. Entertaining enough game last night, devoid of many chances though. Good craic in the away end. Good to see a healthy UCD support there and a good traveling support. If we take current form into the playoffs we'll take some beating . Having to wait so long now will be detrimental to us I fear though
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good luck to you bronze, limerick need to go down they’re a shambles another sugar daddy club. Build some proper local support and come back.
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Originally posted by oldbilly oldbilly wrote:

good luck to you bronze, limerick need to go down they’re a shambles another sugar daddy club. Build some proper local support and come back.
Cheers Billy...it's when confidence is up Harps let us down! Would love to be supping pints in bohs bar before a potential fixture next season!
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Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

Originally posted by oldbilly oldbilly wrote:

good luck to you bronze, limerick need to go down they’re a shambles another sugar daddy club. Build some proper local support and come back.
Cheers Billy...it's when confidence is up Harps let us down! Would love to be supping pints in bohs bar before a potential fixture next season!

Should be no fear in the play off unless it's against one of the other first divison teams ye lose against. Mood around Limerick is at an all time, even then ye beat us in 2015 when we were one of the form teams for the last series of games. As Billy said we need to go down and hope the current regime clear out and get people in the help rebuild the club from the current owner. He still deserves some praise for saving the club and bringing in an under age set up before it became mandatory but in all his talk about becoming sustainable and living within your means he went out and done the complete opposite instead.
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Can see how they got promoted, played well tonight 
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Can see how they got promoted, played well tonight 
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SSE Airtricity League, tonight Fri 22nd Feb UCD AFC w Bohemian FC, The UCD Bowl, ko 19:45
UCDSoccer.com -》Club -》Directions to the UCD Bowl.

Students hosting first Prem game since 2014.  Great craic as usual at the UCD Bowl.  Plenty of football watching the future of Irish Football.


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There are THREE home SSE Airtricity League in a row. These upcoming matches are UCD Fans chance to enjoy the best of The Students as they compete again proven established teams.  With UCD support behind them the players can rise to the occasion and have an April to remember with great performances bringing the results.

SSE Airtricity League, Fri 05th Apr., UCD AFC w Waterford FC, The UCD Bowl, ko 19:45
The Blues return to Belfield for the first time in the League since their First Division championship season and last vist was a 2-1 FAI Senior Cup 1/4 Final win with David and Molloy The Students goalscorers.

SSE Airtricity League, Fri 12th Apr. UCD AFC w Derry City, The UCD Bowl, ko 19:45
"Break for The Border" Brexit Default Deadline-Day.  The first game of the second round of games against our nine Premier Division opponents. UCD we want to improve on the slow start of the 3-0 defeat in the first game.

SSE Airtricity League, Monday 15th April, UCD AFC w Cork City, The UCD Bowl, ko 19:45
This rearranged game will complete games against every PD opponent.  Daire O'Connor returns to Belfield with Cork and it brings to a close three mouth-watering ties.  All the UCD players deserve are continued support, let's show them that their efforts are appreciated. #COYBIB
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Premier Division, Fri 05th April, UCD AFC w Waterford, The UCD Bowl, ko 19:45

Another enjoyable game on Campus.  UCD AFC Media Officer Conor McCarthy with the low-down on tonight's game from Belfield.

UCD and Waterford sharing three goals

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