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2009 League of Ireland Cup

The EA Sports Cup 2009 is the 36th staging of the Irish football knockout competition.

29 clubs participate in this year's competition. The 12 League of Ireland Premier Division and 10 League of Ireland First Division clubs were joined by 5 'A' Championship teams, as well as Donegal intermediate side Kildrum Tigers and the Kerry League representative side. For the Preliminary, First and Second Rounds of the competition, all participating clubs were split into 4 regional pools with the further rounds of the competition having an open draw.

The 2009 EA Sports Cup kicked off on Monday, 30 March 2009 with the Preliminary Round. The Final was played on Saturday, 26 September 2009, and was won by Bohemians.[1]

Preliminary round

The matches were played on Monday, 30 and Tuesday, 31 March 2009.

Pool 2

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Kildrum Tigers 1–2 Finn Harps
Salthill Devon aet, p. 4–3) Mervue United

First round

The matches were played on Monday, 13 and Tuesday, 14 April 2009.

Pool 1

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Limerick FC aet, p. 3–5) Wexford Youths
Kerry League aet) Cork City
FC Carlow 3–2 Cobh Ramblers

Pool 2

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Galway United aet, p. 3–2) Salthill Devon
Castlebar Celtic 0–4 Finn Harps

Pool 3

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Shelbourne 3–0 Dundalk
Monaghan United 1–2 Sporting Fingal
Bray Wanderers 0–2 Drogheda United

Pool 4

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Athlone Town 3–0 Longford Town
Shamrock Rovers 3–0 Kildare County
Tullamore Town 0–2 University College Dublin

Second round

The matches were played on Monday, 4 and Tuesday, 5 May 2009.

Pool 1

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC Carlow aet) Waterford United
Cork City aet, p. 4–5) Wexford Youths

Pool 2

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Galway United 1–0 Derry City
Sligo Rovers 4–1 Finn Harps

Pool 3

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Drogheda United 0–2 Sporting Fingal
Bohemians aet) Shelbourne

Pool 4

Team 1  Score  Team 2
St Patrick's Athletic 0–1 Shamrock Rovers

Athlone Town 0–1 University College Dublin

Quarter finals

The matches were played on Monday, 18 and Tuesday, 19 May 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Galway United 0–2 University College Dublin
Sporting Fingal 0–1 Sligo Rovers
Waterford United 2–1 Shamrock Rovers
Wexford Youths 1–2 Bohemians

Semi-Finals

The matches will be played on Monday, 3 and Tuesday, 4 August 2009.

3 August 2009
19:45 IST
Bohemians 4 - 2 (a.e.t.) Sligo Rovers
Neale Fenn Goal 56'
Paul Keegan Goal 90'
Ken Oman Goal 99'
Joseph Ndo Goal 101'
Report Matthew Blinkhorn Goal 37'
Martin Nicolas Camano Red card 49'
Alan Keane Goal 61' (pen.)

Final

26 September 2009
17:30 IST
Waterford United 1 - 3 Bohemians
Kenny Browne Goal 81' Report Killian Brennan Goal 8' Goal 30' (pen.)
Neale Fenn Goal 43'
RSC, Waterford
Attendance: c. 4,000
Referee: D. Tomney

References

External links

  • Official website

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