Queen’s take on Dundela at Windsor Park on 8th May in the IFA Intermediate Cup Final.
Queen’s last played in the Intermediate Cup final in the 1979/80 season against RUC who were the holders from the previous year. Having beaten Ballyclare Comrades after extra time in the semi-final at Carrick Rangers ground, the final was played at Seaview and the RUC retained the cup with a deserved 2-0 victory.
Most of the 1980 team will be at Windsor on the 8th May to give their support to the current team and we are looking forward to seeing as many former Queen’s players as possible there on this historic occasion.
For a picture of the Queen’s team from that night in 1980, see below:
The NIFL Premier Intermediate League now splits in two with second-placed Queen’s playing the other five of the top-six. The remaining fixtures (with results where applicable) are:
- Tobermore United (h), Sat 21st April 3.00pm: Won 3-0
- Banbridge Town (a), Tue 24th April 6.30pm: Drew 1-1
- Moyola Park (h), Sat 28th April 3.00pm
- Lisburn Distillery (a), Tue 1st May 6.45pm
- Dundela (h), Fri 4th May 6.45pm
Queen’s advanced to the IFA Intermediate Cup Final as they defeated Glebe Rangers with a 2-0 win at Dixon Park, Ballyclare.
Congratulations to Peter and his charges on reaching the final. We’ll all be at Windsor on the 8th May cheering them on as they will try to go one better against Dundela.
Queen’s are in action tonight (11th April) against Glebe Rangers in the IFA Intermediate Cup Semi-Final. Kick off is at 7:45pm at Dixon Park, Ballyclare.
Have a look at the gallery from the final here.
In yesterday’s final, Queen’s lost 2-1 to a superb injury time strike from UCD’s Daire O’Connor. This was a tremendous effort from Ruairí Taylor’s lads who played some superb football and gave us great entertainment over the course of the three days. Also, big congratulations go to University College Dublin who played a great final and were worthy winners on the day.
Well done to Denis, the committee and the staff at the Dub for organising a great Collingwood. Special thanks go to the groundskeepers who managed the inclement weather brilliantly to keep everything running.
Congratulations to our chairman, Denis Clarke, on being the recipient of the 2018 Dr. Tony O’Neill award for services to Irish Universities Football. The picture is Denis receiving the award from our president and IUFU patron, Bishop Tony Farquhar.
A big thanks to Third Level Football for the picture. You can catch them on twitter at @thirdlevelfootb.
Queen’s advanced to the Collingwood Cup Final with a 4-3 win over University College Cork. Another two goals from Eamon Fyfe (to add to his hat-trick yesterday), one from Matt Hughes and Daire Rooney, again, adding the fourth, put QUB through.
See you all tomorrow at the Dub for the final, where our opponents will be UCD!
Queen’s won 4-3 against Trinity to advance to a semi-final against UCC. This will be played at 2:30pm on the 6th Feb at the Dub.
The first round of Collingwood cup matches were played at the weekend. This now gives us the final draw for Collingwood week here. Queen’s will play Trinity College Dublin at 2:30pm on 5th February on Pitch 1. Hope to see you all there!