2010 A Championship Cup

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2010 A Championship Cup
Newstalk Cup
CountryFlag of Ireland.svg  Ireland
Teams18
Champions Sporting Fingal A
Runners-up Bohemians A
Matches played35

The 2010 A Championship Cup was a one-off cup competition featuring teams that played in the 2010 A Championship. It was also referred to as the Newstalk Cup for sponsorship reasons. [1] It was won by Sporting Fingal A, who defeated Bohemians A in the final.

2010 A Championship

The 2010 A Championship was the third season of the A Championship. The season was sponsored by Newstalk. The league featured 18 teams. UCD A were the champions, winning the title for a second time while Bohemians A finished as runners up.

Sporting Fingal F.C. association football club

Sporting Fingal Football Club was an Irish association football club based in Fingal. Between 2008 and 2010, the club played three seasons in the League of Ireland. During their first two seasons they played in the First Division before winning promotion to the Premier Division. During the 2009 and 2010 seasons, the club also entered a team in the A Championship. During their short stay in the League of Ireland, Sporting Fingal were relatively successful. As well as gaining promotion to the Premier Division, they also won both the 2009 FAI Cup and the 2010 A Championship Cup and qualified for the UEFA Europa League on two occasions. In addition to fielding teams in the League of Ireland, Sporting Fingal also organised Powerchair Football, Special Olympics football and futsal teams. Their futsal team won the 2010 FAI Futsal Cup and qualified for the 2010–11 UEFA Futsal Cup.

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There were eighteen participating clubs in the 2010 Newstalk Cup; they were divided into four groups - five teams in Pool 2 and Pool 3 and four teams in Pool 1 and Pool 4. All the teams played each other once and the group winners then advanced to the semi-finals.

Teams received three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points were awarded for a loss. Teams were ranked by total points, then goal difference and then goals scored.

Season

Pool 1

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts CAS SLI GAL FHA
1 Castlebar Celtic (A)3201115+662–37–2
2 Sligo Rovers A 320143+160–1
3 Galway United A 310226430–2
4 Finn Harps A 310269330–14–1
Source: loi.ie
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(A) Advanced to semi-finals.

Pool 2

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts SFI SHA UCD DUN DRO
1 Sporting Fingal A (A)4400144+10126–22–0
2 Shamrock Rovers A 412176+151–22–2
3 UCD A 412168251–42–2
4 Dundalk A 4031711432–21–1
5 Drogheda United A 401316510–20–1
Source: loi.ie
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(A) Advanced to semi-finals.

Pool 3

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts BOH StP BRW SHB TUL
1 Bohemians A (A)4310113+8102–04–0
2 St Patrick's Athletic A 4220104+681–15–2
3 Bray Wanderers A 42021210+262–44–0
4 Shelbourne A 402249521–11–4
5 Tullamore Town 40132131110–32–2
Source: loi.ie
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(A) Advanced to semi-finals.

Pool 4

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts CAR TRA COB LIM
1 F.C. Carlow (A)321042+271–12–1
2 Tralee Dynamos 312043+152–1
3 Cobh Ramblers 311144041–12–1
4 Limerick A 300325300–1
Source: loi.ie
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(A) Advanced to semi-finals.

Semi-finals

Fixtures were played on 8 May and 2 June 2010.

Tie noHome teamScoreAway teamReport
1 Bohemians A 3 – 0 Castlebar Celtic
2 F.C. Carlow 2 – 2
AET
Sporting Fingal A Report [ permanent dead link ]
Sporting Fingal A won 2 – 3 on penalties

Final

Bohemians A 2 – 3 Sporting Fingal A
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