2013–14 FAI Intermediate Cup

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2013–14 FAI Intermediate Cup
Country Ireland
ChampionsAvondale United
Runners-upUCD Reserves

The 2013–14 FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup was the 87th season of the FAI Intermediate Cup. Intermediate clubs from the Leinster Senior League, the Munster Senior League and the Ulster Senior League entered the competition. Avondale United finished as winners after they defeated UCD Reserves 3–0 in the final in Turners Cross. As a result Avondale United also became only the second club after Distillery to win the cup four times in a row.[1][2] They also became the first club to win the FAI Intermediate Cup seven times, making them the competition's most successful club.

First round[edit]

In the First Round the tournament is regionalised with clubs from each provincial league playing each other. The draw was made on 7 September 2013.[3][4]

Ulster[edit]

22 September 2013 Fanad United2 - 2 (a.e.t.)
(1 - 4 p)
Bonagee UnitedTragh-a-Lough

Byes:

Munster[edit]

22 September 2013 Avondale United9 - 0Crofton CelticAvondale Park
22 September 2013 Rockmount5 - 0CITRockmount Park
22 September 2013 Midleton4 - 1CrosshavenKnockgriffin
22 September 2013 Leeside0 - 1EvertonInchigeela
22 September 2013 Kinsale2 - 4College CorinthiansMadden Park
22 September 2013 Ballincollig2 - 0BallinhassigLanding Field
22 September 2013 Bandon2 - 3Wilton UnitedTown Park, Bandon
29 September 2013 Douglas Hall4 - 0GlasheenMoneygourney

Byes:

Leinster[edit]

22 September 2013 Broadford Rovers1 - 1 (a.e.t.)
(4 - 3 p)
Peamount/Moyle ParkStonemasons Way, Ballinteer
22 September 2013 St. Joseph's Boys2 - 4 (a.e.t.)Bangor CelticPearse Park, Sallynoggin
22 September 2013 Killester United7 - 0Rathcoole BoysHaddon Park
22 September 2013 Confey0 - 1DrumcondraSt. Catherine's Park, Leixlip
22 September 2013 Mount Merrion0 - 7Tolka RoversMM Grounds
22 September 2013 Malahide United3 - 2Dublin BusGannon Park
22 September 2013 Wayside Celtic1 - 2Swords CelticJackson Park
22 September 2013 Glebe North3 - 1VeronaMarket Green, Balbriggan
22 September 2013 Lucan United1 - 5St. Mochta'sAirlie Heights, Lucan
22 September 2013 Kilnamanagh0 - 6UCD ReservesTreepark Road
22 September 2013 Templeogue United3 - 4Bluebell UnitedTymon Park
22 September 2013 Cherry Orchard8 - 1CYM TerenureLe Fanu Park
22 September 2013 Wicklow Rovers2 - 4St. FrancisStation Road, Wicklow
22 September 2013 St. James Gate2 - 2 (a.e.t.)
(3 - 4 p)
Newtown RangersIveagh Grounds
22 September 2013 Pegasus/St. James Athletic0 - 1 (a.e.t.)Arklow TownBelfield Park
22 September 2013 Dublin University2 - 1Ballyfermot UnitedCollege Park
22 September 2013 Crumlin United9 - 0Glenmore/DundrumPearse Park
22 September 2013 Parkvilla1 - 3Sacred HeartClaremont Stadium
28 September 2013 TEK United3 - 1Celbridge TownDeansgrange

Byes:

Second round[edit]

The Second Round is also regionalised with clubs from each provincial league playing each other.[5]

Ulster[edit]

27 October 2013 Drumkeen United4 - 5 (a.e.t.)Cockhill CelticDrumkeen
27 October 2013 Swilly Rovers2 - 0Kildrum TigersSwilly Park

Munster[edit]

7 November 2013 Rockmount4 - 1EvertonRockmount Park
9 November 2013 Youghal United2 - 3LeedsAdrath Park
9 November 2013 St. Mary's1 - 0FermoySt. Mary's Park
9 November 2013 Ringmahon Rangers4 - 3CastleviewRingmahon Park
10 November 2013 Douglas Hall0 - 2Avondale UnitedMoneygourney

Leinster[edit]

10 November 2013 Greystones1 - 1 (a.e.t.)
(2 - 4 p)
Tolka RoversArchfield

Third round[edit]

The draw for the Third Round was made on 5 November 2013 by the FAI Domestic Committee.[6]

30 November 2013 Mayfield United1 - 0Greystones UnitedMayfield Park
30 November 2013 UCC4 - 0Swords CelticThe Farm
30 November 2013 Leeds0 - 2Malahide UnitedLeeds Park
30 November 2013 Phoenix F.C. Navan Road2 - 0St. Mary'sMartin Savage Park
30 November 2013 Ringmahon Rangers1 - 2Tolka RoversRingmahon Park
1 December 2012 Dublin University1 - 2St. Mochta'sCollege Park
1 December 2013 Rockmount 0 - 2Avondale UnitedRockmount Park
1 December 2013 Tramore Athletic1 - 4Carrigaline UnitedTramore Park
1 December 2013 Casement Celtic0 - 2Bluebell UnitedCasement Park
1 December 2013 Skerries Town1 - 5Leixlip UnitedPearse Park
1 December 2013 Swilly Rovers1 - 6UCD ReservesSwilly Park

Fourth round[edit]

The draw for this round was made on 4 December 2013 by the FAI Domestic Committee. The 16 teams that reach the fourth round also qualified for the 2014 FAI Cup.[7]

Quarter-Finals[edit]

The draw for the quarter-final was made on 4 February 2014 by the FAI Domestic Committee.[8]

28 February 2014 Tolka Rovers5 - 2St. Mochta'sFrank Cooke Park
1 March 2014 Mayfield United0 - 3St. Patrick's C.Y.F.C.Mayfield Park

Semi-Finals[edit]

The draw for the quarter-final was made on 5 March 2014 by the FAI Domestic Committee.[9]

Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Avondale achieve 4-in-a-row FAI Intermediate Cup success". www.fai.ie. 11 May 2014. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Avondale United beat UCD to lift fourth successive FAI Intermediate Cup". www.the42.ie. 12 May 2014. Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  3. ^ "FAI Intermediate Cup Draw – 2013 – 2014". thejuniorsoccerportal.info. 7 September 2013. Retrieved 7 September 2013.
  4. ^ "FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2013/14 – Round 1" (PDF). www.fai.ie. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  5. ^ "FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2013/14 –Round 2" (PDF). www.fai.ie. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  6. ^ "FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2013/14 –Round 3" (PDF). www.fai.ie. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  7. ^ "FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2013/14 –Round 4" (PDF). www.fai.ie. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  8. ^ "FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2013/14 – Quarter Finals" (PDF). www.fai.ie. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  9. ^ "FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup 2013/14 – Semi Finals & Final" (PDF). www.fai.ie. Retrieved 6 December 2016.