While reigning champions St Michael’s began the defence of their recently won FAI Junior Cup with a 2-0 win over Peake Villa in Thurles last Sunday, for most other clubs in the county the dream of the Aviva begins this Sunday.
A full programme of 13 games is down for decision throughout the Premier County on Sunday with quite a few TSDL v North Tipperary clashes involved. One of the games of the round should be the meeting of Nenagh Celtic and Clonmel Celtic.
Cullen/Lattin and Clogheen side Vee Rovers have received byes into Round 2.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
FAI Junior Cup 1st Round
Bansha Celtic v Lough Derg FC, 3pm J Teehan
Glengoole United v Old Bridge, 3pm M Jordan
Borroway Rovers v Wilderness Rovers, 3pm
Borrisokane FC v Tipperary Town FC, 3pm
Clonmel Town v Kilsheelan United, 3pm P Ivors
Cahir Park v Birdhill FC, 3pm J Maguire
Nenagh Celtic v Clonmel Celtic, 3pm
Rearcross FC v Thurles Town FC
Killenaule Rovers v Two Mile Borris, 12pm N Coughlan
Galbally United v Cashel Town, 12pm J Lyons
Cloughjordan v Killavilla
Slieveardagh United v Ballymackey, 3pm M Coady
Rosegreen Rangers v Moneygall, 2pm T Keating
Byes for: Cullen Lattin and Vee Rovers