League Tables for the 2022 – 2023 Season
The Cork Youth League committee wish to convey our sincere condolences to our chairman Sean O’Sullivan and his family on the sudden passing of his brother Gerard,
May he Rest in Peace.
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Following on from a meeting with the majority of the clubs within the league tonight it has been agreed to delay the return of the season until weekend of the 22nd January.
This is being done in order to ensure that we can have a safe and fair return to competitive football and the Cork Youth League has committed to do everything possible to ensure the season is completed in full.
Teams playing friendlies must get permission from the League Chariman Sean O Sullivan ([email protected]). Permission will only be given to teams involved in National/Provincial Cups with strict limitations on numbers
Stay Safe and Happy New year to all our clubs, players, referees and supporters.
Cork Youth League Committee
An invitation to an online meeting has been sent to all club secretaries for this evening in order to discuss the possible delay to the restart of the season in order to ensure fairness for all teams and ensure all clubs are able to use the majority of their squads.
It is the full intention of the Cork Youth League to complete the season in full.
Any club who have not yet received this invitation please contact Secretary Sean O Sullivan immediately.