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Calry Bohs: Andrew Mullen Premier League Champions

Calry Bohs are Champions

This weekend was all about the Andrew Mullen Premier League, Calry Bohs leading St Johns by a point welcomed their nemesis St Johns to Hazelwood for the decider.

A draw or win would see Calry Bohs crowned Champions, it was a must win for St Johns to take the title but now even more as at stake.

BY NOEL KENNEDY

Coolaney United who had a brilliant season and at one stage lead the Championship were at home in their final game to North Sligo side Benbulben FC on Sunday morning. Benbulben opened the scoring on ten minutes Daithi Mc Gloin netted. Coolaney were back in the fray six minutes later when Stephen Patton hit the equaliser and three minutes later Patton buried his second goal to leave Coolaney ahead at the break.

The second half was a tight affair until sixteen minutes in when Ciaran Mc Murray rattled the back of the Benbulben net and now Coolaney were in charge, Declan Mc Cormack eight minutes from time hit the fourth and final goal for Coolaney United that ensured a massive three points.

The young guns of Benbulben never gave up and two minutes from time Oisin Gilmartin rifled home the second goal for the North siders.

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This result left Coolaney United in runners up spot on forty-four points so now the pressure was really on St Johns a draw would see them take runners up spot on goal difference, a win and their champions or lose and they are in the play off for Super League status against Arrow Harps this was down to the wire and all roads lead to Calry.

Ten minutes into the game and Aaron Flynn had Calry Bohs in front the same player struck again with devastating affect on forty minutes and Calry were sailing. Two minutes later and disaster struck for St Johns when Aaron Tiernan seen red for a high challenge.

The second half was minutes old when Aaron Flynn completed his hat trick for Calry Bohs, St Johns pulled a goal back with a half an hour remaining through Stephen Armstrong, but it was Calry who struck the final goal with a blistering shot from Michael Flynn flying past the St Johns net minder Keelan Dunleavy that wrapped up the game and the Championship for a jubilant Calry Bohs Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets Premier League Champions Season 21/22.

In the Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup first round Carrick Town hosted Dromahair FC at the Showgrounds in Carrick on Shannon. The home side emerged winners by the odd goal in seven in a thriller of a game. David Regan scored twice for the Town one that proved to be the winner. Cormac Smith following in Dad’s Frankie’s boots scored as did Conor Mc Goldrick that secured a quarter final Cup game against Coolaney United. Dromahair gave a great account of themselves with Stephen Mullan scoring twice and a superb third strike from Sean Conlon pushing the Town to the limits on a great day for grassroots football in Carrick on Shannon.

Disciplinary:

10/04/2022 Sligo Pallets Premier League Calry Bohs v St Johns FC No. 7 Aaron Tiernan St Johns FC. suspended for next  fixture fined €30 and severely cautioned as to his future conduct.

Rule 26. Every Club is responsible to the Sligo-Leitrim Committee for the action of its players, officials, and spectators, and is required to take all precautions necessary to prevent spectators threatening or assaulting officers and /or players during or at the conclusion of matches.

Please note all above are standard disciplinary actions further sanctions may well follow once the match official’s report is received.

All fines must be paid within 7 Days to SLDSL Treasurer Robert Kennedy 69, Cloondara Ballisodare Co Sligo. Fines outstanding after this will be doubled and further disciplinary action will follow.

Easter weekend sees only two games scheduled as it is a free weekend for all other clubs.

Grounds:

All pitch inspections are covered within the framework of the SLDSL and SBISRS. Pitch inspections can be requested by contacting the Secretary of SBISRS Owen Mc Loughlin on 087 9323150 no later than 12 Noon on Saturdays with 24hrs notice for games on Fridays. Where a ground is deemed unplayable by the SBISRS the game must revert to the opponent’s grounds. Should the opponents’ grounds be unplayable, either side can, if available provide an alternative ground within the SLDSL should the Kick-off differ from the original scheduled Kick Off i.e.,11am to 2pm and match official is available this game will go ahead any club failing to field will forfeit points. Where a club travel to a ground and a pitch is deemed unplayable yet No Pitch Inspection was requested. The home club will forfeit home advantage and can, depending on circumstances forfeit all three points which is at the total discretion of the SLDSL. There is absolutely no excuse for not requesting Pitch Inspections.

Where a venue is changed from grass to astro the home side must give where possible a days’ notice to opponents to ensure proper footwear for the surface. It may also be prudent for all players to have in their kit bags additional pair of boots for either surface that would eliminate any difficulties should a sudden change of venue grass<>astro occur.

Clubs wishing to book the Astro at Mac Sharry Park can do so my going on to the Sligo Leitrim DSL Facebook page clicking on SportsKey and booking. All booking enquires please contact League Treasurer Robert Kennedy on 086 6474674

Club Notice:

With immediate effect Only players/Management named of the official Match Card are allowed in the dugouts at Mac Sharry Park for all games at every level. There is no exception to this.

Results Sunday 10th April 2022

Sligo Pallets Premier League

Coolaney Utd4 – 2Benbulben FCS Mc Garry

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup 1st Round:

Carrick Town4 – 3Dromahair FCT. Oates

Sligo Pallets Premier League

Calry Bohs4 – 1St Johns FCP. Mc Loughlin, G. Gilmartin, T. Butler

Fixtures Friday 15th April 2022

Sligo Pallets Premier League K.O 7.15pm

Valley RoversvBallygawley CelticC. Gunning

Fixtures Sunday 17th April 2022

Sligo Pallets Premier League K.O 2.30pm

Valley RoversvGlenview StarsJ. McMorrow

Fixture Friday 22nd April KO 7.30pm

Glasshouse Hotel Cup

First Round:

2Strand CelticvCarbury FC 

Fixture Saturday 23rd April KO 7.30pm

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup

First Round:

2St Johns FCvValley Rovers 

Mac Sharry Park

Fixtures Sunday 24th April KO 11am

Glasshouse Hotel Cup

First Round:

1Aughanagh CelticvMCR FC 
3Cliffoney CelticvArrow Harps 
4Ballisodare UnitedvCartron United 

Quarter Finals:

BReal TubbervManor Rangers 

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup

First Round:

3Gurteen CelticvGlenview Stars 

Quarter Finals:

ACoolaney UtdvCarrick Town
BBallygawley CelticvChaffpool United

All Cup games decided on the day if still a draw after 90 minutes plus one period of extra time (10 minutes each way) FIFA rules on penalties to apply.  All Finals to be played at the Ray Mac Sharry Complex Cranmore Road Sligo. After expenses both clubs share the gate receipts 50/50.  Both Finalists are responsible for insuring agreement of gate receipts.   Team draw out first in Final has home dressing rooms.

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