• Galway Cup 2017

    CMUL U12s would like to thank    Justin O Rourke- Magheracloone Service Station/Mace and David O Rourke - Campus Oil Carrickmacross for sponsoring the squad players jackets for Galway Cup. 

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  • Kennedy Cup 2017 Squad

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  • New Co. Cavan Development Officer

    The Football Association of Ireland is delighted to unveil Thomas Heffernan as the new FAI Football Development Officer for Cavan.

  • Carrick Rovers Win U12 Shield Final

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  • Carrick 3 in a Row

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  • Cavan Shamrocks U14 Cup Winners

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  • Cootehill U16 Cup Winners

    Cootehill Harps win the U16 John Sherlock Cup to complete the double.

  • Cootehill Harps win U13 Cup

    Cootehill Harps defeat Cavan Shamrocks to win U13 Cup Final.

  • Monaghan United U13 Premier League Winners

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  • Ballyjamesduff U15 Win Cup Final

    Congratulations to Ballyjamesduff won the U15 Cup in thrilling final in Cootehill today beating Ballyhaise 3 -2 after extra time. 

  • Monaghan United win U15 Shield

    Congratulations to Monaghan United who defeated Cavan Shamrocks in U15 Shield Final.

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  • Clones Town U13 Cup Winners

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  • Ballyhaise Celtic

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  • Killylough

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Hard luck to Cavan Shamrocks Girls U12 team who were beaten in the the McGunn Breenan Cup final by Johnstown FC on penalties.The girls were going for the double, well done to all coaches and parents. The U16 Girls team won their final 5 - 1 Match reports an more photos to follow. 

 

 


CMUL U12 win GALWAY CUP 2017 Final

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Cavan Monaghan Underage League would like to say well done to CMUL under 12 squad in winning the Glaway Cup Yesterday.Also they would like to say well done to the Mangagement team - Ciaran Cassidy,Colm Mooney,Tony Greenan, Mark Hanney and Gerry Arrowsmith on thier success with the squad.Brilliant achievement and well done everybody.

 

 


CMUL U12s would like to thank

Justin O Rourke- Magheracloone Service Station/Mace and David O Rourke - Campus Oil Carrickmacross

for sponsoring the squad players jackets for Galway Cup 2017. 

SQUADS HEAD TO GALWAY CUP 9th - 12th AUGUST 2017

 


 

Co.Cavan get new Development Officer 

The Football Association of Ireland is delighted to unveil Thomas Heffernan as the new FAI Football Development Officer for Cavan.
Working with the Association since 2007 as an assistant coordinator on the Emerging Talent Programme in Clondalkin, Heffernan is no stranger to football development and making connections within communities.

The Monaghan native has excelled in his coaching career - earning the UEFA A Licence - since retiring from playing following stints with Monaghan United and Dungannon Swifts.

Now, he is focused on building on the good work that Tom Mohan did in Cavan before taking over as Republic of Ireland Under 19 head coach on a full-time basis.

"It is a new challenge and one that I've been looking forward to since the vacancy came up," stated Heffernan, who was congratulated by FAI CEO John Delaney on his appointment.

"There is a lot of potential in Cavan in terms of developing the game even further and linking in with the local communities. I'm looking forward to meeting new people and working as hard as I can.

"The FAI have been fantastic and I'm very thankful for this opportunity. I just want to get stuck in now and make a difference in Cavan."


 

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