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Moycullen ready for National Cup quarter-final in Leitir Móir

A sense of excitment surrounds Moycullen basketball this week as the SuperLeague team prepares for a home National Cup quarter final and a chance to qualify for a first cup semi-final.

Another close encounter awaits Moycullen

Moycullen welcome Killester of Dublin to the NUIG Kingfisher complex this Saturday (3.45pm) for what promises to be another close encounter in the Nivea For Men’s SuperLeague.

Moycullen look for three in a row

Moycullen are looking to maintain their winning momentum when they face an undefeated UCC Demons in Cork this weekend.

Moycullen prepare for showdown with Saints

Moycullen prepare for a big match this weekend when they host old rivals DCU Saints at NUIG.

Poor first half proves costly for Moycullen

Moycullen can look forward to a weekend off from Superleague action to lick their wounds before travelling to UCD to face Marian on November 3.

Moycullen boosted by return of experienced duo

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Moycullen’s preparations for their second home game of the 2012/13 Superleague season received a welcome boost this week with the news that side-lined starters Salva Camps and Cian Nihill are likely to return to action on Saturday.

Moycullen youngsters now face league finalists in second test

A stern test awaits Moycullen's youthful Superleague side this weekend as they travel to Dublin to face last season's league finalists, DCU Saints.

Title-chasing Rovers next up for beleaguered United

It has been a truly miserable campaign for Galway United packed with comprehensive defeats and unfortunately another extremely tricky test awaits on Sunday evening when champions Shamrock Rovers visit Terryland Park.

Fifty years of soccer in Mervue

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In the mid fifties, the corporation began to build the houses that make up what we now know as Old Mervue. Many young families moved to the area, and for the children, the open green areas in from Plunkett Avenue, and between Clarke and McDonagh avenues, became their playgrounds. They played all kinds of games here… Gaelic football, athletics, and especially soccer. It was on these green spaces that many well-known footballers first developed and honed their skills.

Flood will aid United’s strike force

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Two managers will face their former clubs tomorrow night at Terryland Park as Galway United and Dundalk commence a hectic Easter schedule.

 

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