23 March 2010
DIT and Queens joined IT Carlow and NUI Galway in the Colleges and Universities Futsal National Finals fixed for 19th April.
Hosts Queens University Belfast won through to the National Futsal Finals with four wins from four games. Top scorer for the days was Dundalk IT’s John Bingham with four goals.
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Queens: 1: Peter Mallett, 2: Chris Payne, 3: DJ Canavan, 6: Eamon Black, 8: Patrick Donnelly, 9: David Fulton, 10: Brian Wright, 11: Fergal McCloskey, 12: David Magee, 14: Conor Simpson
Belfast Metro: 1: Connor Rippon, 6: Patrick Moreland, 7: Hakim Sellami, 8:Shaun Buchanan, 11: Gareth Allen, 12: Seamus Fitzsimons
Dundalk IT: 1: Michael Mac Aodhbhin, 2: Alan Devine, 7: Simon Honan, 9: James Walker, 10 Karl Johnson, 11: John Bingham, 14: Shane Dowling.
Referees: Paul Duddy and Stephen Toner
In I.T Blanchardstown : Dublin I.T top the group with 3 wins from 3.
10.30 - ITB 3-5 DIT
11.15 - DCU 8- 1 St. Pats
12.00 - ITB 5- 2 St. Pats
12.45 - DCU 3- 6 DIT
13.30 - ITB 1 -3 DCU
14.15 - DIT 10- 1 St. Pats
Top Goal Scorer:
David O Sullivan (DIT) - 10 Goals
Mark Ferguson, Fearghal Delaney, Marcus Bailey, Diarmuid Byrne, Andrew Treacy, Jason Aughney, Thomas Lattimore, Enda Morriss, Steve O Kakpu, Adam Crowther
Dublin City University
Joe Flanagan, Liam Mc Donnell, Niall Cullen, Dave Burson, Jason Mc Glynn, Serge Bakayoko, Ian Byrne, Trevor Gethins, David Gaul, Alex Cochran
Dublin Institute of Technology
Irwin Savage, Eoin Kavanagh, Craig Hyland, Toheeb Adigun, Gregg Dunster, Stephen Fitzgerald, Edward Fagan, David O Sullivan, Darren Soon
St. Pats Drumcondra
Mathew Dockrell, Bryan Kelly, Alan Markey, Ronan O Reilly, Troy Fagan, Mark Tierney, Padraig Henegan, Andrew Byrne, Paddy Mc Phillips, Barry Tiernan
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