mens futsal results from it sligo and ucc

25 November 2010

Athlone IT and Cork IT advanced to the CUFL Futsal Finals after regional qualifiers at IT Sligo and UCC.

North West Finals at IT Sligo

A very intriguing contest was held in IT Sligo today with AIT ‘B’ coming out victors. The contest was decided in the very last game with only goal difference separating AIT, GMIT and eventual winners AIT ‘B’. The final game between AIT ‘B’ and GMIT was an entertaining game with AIT ‘B’ dominant throughout, winning 8-1. Nicolas Grdovic and Hector Fortea showed great skill throughout.

Goal Scorers



Goal Scorers
Kieran Brick IT Sligo 1 4 GMIT

Gerard O’ Boyle 2

Christian Lomboto

Owen Hoare

Stephen Relihan 2

Garvan Broughall

AIT 3 2 AIT B Alexis Crespo2
  IT Sligo 0 8 AIT B

Adrian Sanchez


Hector Fortea 2

Carles Meseguer

Alexis Crespo 3

Garvan Broughall

Brian McCarthy

Kevin Dunne 2


Owen Hoare 2

Eoghan Gleeson

Gerard Boyle 3

Augestine Ademoye

Nathan Mullarkey IT Sligo 1 13 AIT

Garvan Broughal 5

Brian Mc Carthy 2

Stephen Relihan 2

Kevin Dunne 4

Owen Hoare GMIT 1 8 AIT B

Nicolas Grdovic 3

Hector Fortea 3

Carles Meseguer

Alexis Crespo

GMIT Castlebar

Owen Hoare , Martin Doyle, Christian Comboto, Eoghan Gleeson, Geraris O Boyle, Nugustine Ademoye, Mark Duffy, Brian Coffey

IT Sligo

Damien Timmins, Mark Mc Goldrick, Kieran Brick, Cathal Connolly, Danny Leohame, Darragh Healy, Keith Nibbs, Conor Mc Nulty, Morgan O Flaherty, Nathan Mullarkey

Athlone IT

TJ Forde, Garvan Broughal, Brian Mc Carthy, Stephen Relihan, Kevin Dunne, Richard Alade

Athlone IT ‘B’

Adrian Sanchez, Nicolas Grodovic, Victor Marin, Christian Sada, Hector Fortea, Carles Mesegver, Alexis Crespo


South Finals at UCC
Cork IT came out on top in a well fought Futsal tournament, UCC scored most goals and played exciting Futsal but CIT showed how to defend and attack at pace. Overall CIT deservedly won the competition with good performances from Brian Murphy, and Barry O Sullivan.

UCC produced some stylish play from the veteran Billy Woods, with Eoin Kilcommons and Simon Holland with excellent goals.

College Of Commerce were great competitors and with Adrian Homan firing on all cylinders they were in with a shout until the last game of the tournament. Sean Moynihan showed his class with a fine display.

IT Tralee represented the college well and pushed eventual champions all the way in the last game


UCC 2–3 Cork IT
Scorers: UCC; Billy Woods, Paul Lawless CIT; William Heffernan, Brian Murphy 2

Cork College of Commerce 3 – 0 IT Tralee

Scorers: CCC; Sean Moynihan 2, Adrian Homan

UCC 7 – 0 IT Tralee
Scorers: UCC; Paul Lawless 3, Shane Geasley, Eoin Kilcommons 3.

Cork College of Commerce 2–4 Cork IT
Scorers: CCC; Adrian Homan 2 CIT; Wesley Tong, Barry O’Sullivan 3.

UCC 9–4 Cork College of Commerce
Scorers: UCC; Shane Geasley 2, Eoin Kilcommons 2, Billy Woods, Simon Holland 3, Sean Moynihan(OG) CCC; Sean Moynihan 3, Adrian Homan

Cork IT 3–0 IT Tralee

Scorers: CIT; Brian Murphy, Brian Bell, William Heffernan IT Tralee;



UCC: Simon Holland, Eoin Kilcommons, Shane Geasley, Paul Lawless, Billy Woods, Shuo Su

CIT: Shane Harrington, Brian Bell, Brian Murphy, Wesley Tong, William Heffernan, James O’Sullivan, Barry O’Sullivan

IT Tralee: Daragh Sayers, Adam Byrne, Thomas Jennings, Michael Collins, Barry O’Hare, Bran Walsh, Shane O’Sullivan, Rob Cassedy

Cork College of Commerce: David Rodgers, Michael Mannion, David Manley, Don Broderick, Adrian Homan, Sean Moynihan, Mark Cronin


Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts
Cork IT 3 3 0 0 10 4 6 9
UCC 3 2 0 1 18 7 11 6
Cork C of C 3 1 0 2 9 13 -4 3
IT Tralee 3 0 0 3 0 13 -13 0
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