News


28/06/2010: Formation meeting on 22/07/2010

With the 2009/10 season now slipping into the past, thoughts have already turned to preparations for next season.  A number of clubs have not yet sent in their application forms and they are asked to forward these, along with the required deposits, to the Hon Secretary as soon as possible.

The Formation meeting will take place on 22/07/2010 in the DCM Hall and the League expects to be in a position to announce the divisions for the coming season a week in advance of that meeting.

Sportslink FC are seeking new players for their UCFL Premier Division team, which finished as runners-up last season.  Sportslink are based in Santry, where they have excellent facilities, including a private pitch and all-weather training pitches.  Interested players should contact club secretary Louie Glancy on 087-2428850.

Schalke Rovers and Dollymount are both seeking new managers.  Details are as follows:

Schalke Rovers Football Club are looking for a new 1st team manager/coach.  The club plays its home games at Fr. Collins Park in Donaghmede and is about to move into the new state of the art training facility on Alfie Byrne Road.  The club is supported by a dedicated committee and has a sound financial structure.
 
The team will be playing in Division 1 next season.  The club has a good blend of youth and experience which will form the basis of a very talented team for the 2010/11 season. 
 
If you are interested in working with a dedicated committee and ambitious players either in a managerial or coaching capacity please contact Club Chairman John Berry on 086 1503195 or email jaberry(at)hotmail.com

Dollymount FC are looking for managers for both their teams, as the current 1st & 2nd team managers, Niall Geoghan & Garrett McLoughlin, are both stepping down.  Dollymount would like to take this chance to wish the two managers the best in the future and thank them for all their hard work throughout their years at the helm.  The club are also looking for a qualified coach to help organise & run their training sessions.  Dollymount F.C as a whole has been very successful over the last 7-8 years winning leagues and contesting finals so they are a competitive club looking to take the next step.