City Youth Updates

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As the second half of the football season  progresses the Armagh City Youth teams

find  themselves engaged across various forms of competition be it League, KO

Cup or League Cup. Saturday last was no exception with City sides involved in all three formats. The Homecare  sponsored Armagh City Youth U-18  recorded a decisive League  victory over Rockview at Cathedral Road and the match proved  an ideal workout before Tuesday’s Harry Cavan Youth Cup semi-final  against  Glenavon 111.

There was also League action for the TMET sponsored  U-16 squad who recorded a very good away win over Dungannon Youth. Yet with Magherafelt also winning away from home it looks like the City team will finish runners-up  in this year’s competition. However an earlier away win in the League Cup has left the squad with every chance of being involved in the final stages of that particular event. 

The  City U-11 team used home advantage to the full and won well against Warrenpoint at the Mill Field in the KO Cup. This win takes the team into a semi-final against Cookstown Youth and so allows this young side to add to their growing football experience. 

Meanwhile the  Armagh City U-13 side continued  their League Cup campaign with a solid four-nil  home win over Glendowan. However the U-12 team lost their away leg of a similar competition away to Dungannon.

 

 

 

 

                          Results :   Saturday   3rd  March .

 

 

U-11 :   Armagh  City   3   v   Warrenpoint 0

U-12 :   Armagh  City   1   v   Dungannon  Youth 6

U-13 :   Armagh  City   4   v   Glendowan  0

U-16 :   Armagh City    2   v   Dungannon  Youth 0

U-18:    Armagh  City  10  v  Rockview  0

 

 

 

 

It is City Youth’s U-18 squad who are involved in the two major games this coming week. Tuesday night  they face  Glenavon at Stangmore Park hoping to be the first City side to make the Harry Cavan Youth Cup Final and four days later they face the other unbeaten Juvenile League side, Crumlin Youth, in a top of the table encounter in Armagh. This latter game  is a repeat of the Savage Cup Final and like it should develop into  an absorbing contest.                     

Three teams travel this weekend with the  U-11 away to Sunnyside, the U-12’s away to Cookstown and the U-15 squad facing the longest journey away to Ballywalter. 

At Ardmore the U-14 team will look to take another step to the League title whilst at the Mill Field the U-13 squad will be keen to add to their League Cup successes .

 

 

                                  Fixtures  :  Saturday  10th   March

 

U-11 :   Armagh City   v   Sunnyside  (10.30am . Away .  LCup)

U-12 :   Armagh  City  v  Cookstown  (KO Cup . 10.30am .  Cookstown)

U-13 :   Armagh  City  v  Oxford (12.00 .  Mill Field .  LCup)

U-14 :   Armagh  City  v  Seagoe   (10.30am @ Ardmore)

U-15 :   Armagh  City  v  Ballywalter   (11.00am .  Away)

U-18 :   Armagh  City  v  Crumlin Youth  (10.00AM .  3G  Cathedral Road)

 

            

 

                    HARRY CAVAN  YOUTH  CUP  SEMI-FINAL

                

                              Armagh City Youth  v  Glenavon 111

                     

                  ( Tues 6th  March. @ Stangmore Park,  Dungannon)

 

 

     ***   ALL  MATCHES  ARE  SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE   ***                                              

 

                                               

 

                                           ***   MINI-SOCCER   ***

                                               

 

 

The Homecare sponsored Mini-soccer will continue on Thursday  8th March from 6-7pm and on Saturday 10th March,  9.15 – 10.15 am. Parents are reminded to

pick up children promptly at the end of each  Mini-soccer  session.   

 

               *   THERE WILL BE NO MINI-SOCCER ON 

                                SATURDAY  17TH MARCH .  *

 

 

 

Armagh City Ladies are continuing their  preparations for their debut at Championship level  in the Women’s NIFA League and have arranged the following training sessions:

Girls Youth training at Ardmore  at 6 pm , Mondays .

Girls Senior training  at Ardmore at 7pm Wednesdays and Fridays .   

New members  are very  welcome .  
CITY LADIES WOULD LIKE TO WISH CITY U-18’s ALL THE BEST IN TOMORROW NIGHT’S SEMI-FINAL GAME AGAINST GLENAVON 111.                           
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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