Mulhern Cup first round draw made

Mark Sloan celebrates winning the 2015 Mulhern cup.

Mark Sloan celebrates winning the 2015 Mulhern cup.

The draws took place for the first round of 2016 Mulhern and Reihill Cups last week.

As ever a number of attractive clashes were thrown up.


Last year’s finalists, Enniskillen Town United will travel to Clones to take on Magheraveely from the second tier as they bid to recapture the trophy they held for three successive years from 2012 to 2014. 

High flying Lisbellaw, still battling for honours in the league and IFA Junior Cup, will be against division two table toppers, Strule United.

Elsewhere, the reigning champions Strathroy Harps make the short trip to third division outfit Mountfield as they begin their title defence.

Full Mulhern Cup Round One Draw
Games to be played on Saturday 20th February, 2pm KO.
Magheraveely v Enniskillen Town United
Lisbellaw United v Strule United
Dergview Res v Killen Rangers 
Dunbreen Rovers v Lisnaskea Rovers
Enniskillen Rangers v Mountjoy United 
Irvinestown Wanderers V Enniskillen Santos
NFC Kesh v Tummery Athletic
Enniskillen Galaxy v Beragh Swifts 
Mountfield v Strathroy Harps
Drumquin United v Fivemiletown United II
Lisnarick v Orchard Farm

Byes: Erne Rovers, Enniskillen Athletic, Omagh Hospitals, St Patrick’s, Maguiresbridge.

Full Reihill Cup Round One Draw
Games to be played on Saturday 20th February, 2pm KO.
Killeen Rangers Res v Tummery Athletic Res
Omagh Hospital Res v Irvinestown Wanderers Res
Lisbellaw United III v NFC Kesh III
Beragh Swifts Res v Lisnarick Res 

Games to be played on Saturday 27th February, 2pm KO.
Mountfield Res v Lisbellaw United Res
Magheraveely Res v Fivemiletown United III
Drumquin United Res v Killen Rangers III
Enniskillen Rangers Res v Enniskillen Town United Res


Byes: NFC Kesh Res, Orchard Farm Res, Strule United Res, Maguiresbridge Res, Dunbreen Rovers, Res, Strathroy Harps Res, Lisnaskea Rovers Res, Mountjoy United Res.

In the event of any match resulting in a draw, extra time of 10 minutes each way shall be played, should the score be equal at the end of this period of extra time, the tie will be decided by penalties in accordance with the conditions approved by the International FA Board.

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