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Fermoy into the final of the John Hayes Cup decider

Colm Lynch

Published 28/04/2011|12:24

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JOHN HAYES TROPHY SEMI

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FINALS FERMOY advanced to the final of the John Hayes Trophy after their 1-0 win over Brookelodge and they will be facing Mallow Utd after their 1-0 semi final win over Carrigaline Utd B. BEAMISH STOUT SENIOR

CUP 2ND ROUND LAST Wednesday Ringmahon Regs advanced to the next round thanks to a Chris Fox goal in their 1-0 win over Mallow Utd. Rockmount also go through to the next round as they won 2-0 against Midleton, with goals from Chris Butt and Gary O'Riordan.

On Saturday, St Mary's went on to the next round after a 2-1 win against Avondale Utd in St Mary's Park. BEAMISH STOUT SENIOR

PREMIER DIVISION MARK O'Sullivan's hattrick for Avondale was the difference between themselves and Everton in a match that finished 3-0. On Friday Mayfield drew 1-1 with Douglas Hall in Mayfield Park. BEAMISH STOUT SENIOR

1ST DIVISION BALLINHASSIG were 1-0 winners against Cobh Wanderers thanks to an Ian Roche goal. Mallow Utd drew 1-1 with Ballincollig in the Town Park, Fermoy defeated Ballinhassig by 4-2 in Carrig Park. Leeds drew 1-1 with College Corinthians in Leeds Park. Derek O'Sullivan's goal was not enough for Ringmahon Regs as Castleview were 21 winners, thanks to goals from Gary Connolly and Kevin Garvey. BEAMISH STOUT SENIOR

2ND DIVISION WEDNESDAY, April 20 was a night to forget for Crosshaven as they conceded seven against Garryduff. Two goals from Aidan Lehane, Gary Aherne, Gavin Quirke and a single from Ken O'Regan add up to the 7-0 win for the home side.

Richie Holland and John O'Connell were on the score sheet for Bandon as they were 2-0 winners against Lakewood Ath. BEAMISH STOUT JUNIOR

PREMIER DIVISION DOUGLAS Hall travelled to Everton Park and defeated Everton 2-1. Rockmount were 1-0 winners over College Corinthians in Corinthians Park and Glasheen were 2-1 winners over Midleton in a match that was played in Knockgriffin.

On Friday, Rockmount had a super start to the Easter bank holiday weekend as they defeated Mayfield 5-0 in Rockmount Park.

On Sunday, College Corinthians defeated Cobh Wanderers by 4-1 in Corinthians Park. Blarney Utd travelled to Knockgriffin and defeated Midleton 2-1 thanks to goals from William Harvery and Patrick Doyle. In Ringmahon Park, Paul O'Donovan's two goals were not enough for Ringmahon Regs as Douglas Hall were 3-2 winners. Mark Reardan, Derek O'Donovan and Kevin Kelleher were the goal scorers for Douglas Hall. BEAMISH STOUT JUNIOR

1ST DIVISION CIT took on Crosshaven in CIT and the home side were 2-1 winners. Shane O'Mahony was the hero for Ringmahon Regs during the week as he got the winner against Everton Utd in a thrilling match that finished 4-3. Vadym Gorabets was on the score sheet twice in Crofton Celtics 2-0 win over UCC Academicals.

On Saturday, Tramore were 2-1 winners over Avondale Utd in Avondale Park.

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