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LYONS HITS FIVE AS RAMPANT CARBURY HIT AUGHANAGH FOR 11 GOALS AT MacSHARRY

(FIRST RACE IS AT 8PM)

Carbury announced their intent in dramatic fashion hitting Aughanagh Celtic for eleven without reply at MacSharry Park in the Sligo Southern Hotel Super League on Sunday morning.

Man of the Match here Jason Lyons hitting five goals, Tyler Stallard notching two goals along with a goal each from Ryan McManus, Mark Mc Goldrick, Ibrahim Savage and Mamoud Mansaray completing the demolition job and leaving Carbury top of the leader board for a few hours as they await the outcome of Cartron Utd against Strand Celtic.

But once again take nothing away from Carbury this was a superb performance and with an away game to Real Tubber and home to Merville Utd they look on course to retain their title.

Cartron league leaders for so long and who had pressurised Carbury all the way now had the high-flying Strand Celtic at Mac Sharry Park safe in the knowledge that a win would see them retain top spot and with one game left at home to Arrow Harps this would keep the title race open.

But could Cartron overcome Strand Celtic this was the burning question. Strands Young Guns gave their reply on twenty-seven minutes the lethal Dylan Martin fired Strand into the lead. A minute later eighteen-year-old Cormac Correia made it two nil a lead they held to the break.

Second half action was seven minutes old and seventeen-year-old Ross Doherty hit the back of the Cartron onion bag and Carbury were dancing. Cartron were awarded a penalty on fifty-eight minutes which was scored by Enda Mc Gowan, and this Cartron a glimmer of hope.

This was extinguished on sixty-eight minutes when Leo Doherty rifled home goal number four for Strand and eleven minutes from time Barry O Mahoney put the cherry on the icing with a devasting free kick. Strand have two remaining home fixtures against Manor Rangers and Cliffoney Celtic games that are winnable and will keep them at least in third spot on the leader board.

The next big game for Strand Celtic is Sunday the 27th of March in the Quarter Finals of the Connacht Cup at home to Athenry. Strand on this surface, form and focus will prove extremely hard to beat. Cartron on the other hand will be hoping for a slip up by Carbury while endeavouring to take the remaining points on offer.

MCR entertained Manor Rangers at Mac Sharry Park on Friday night and the Green and Whites were in top form. Jordan Harte scoring twice and Ciaran Harvey adding a third goal to claim all three points for MCR while the Leitrim kingpins once courtesy of Brian Mc Donald.

Merville United pitch was unplayable, and game reverted to Mullaghmore where Cliffoney Celtic took all three points. Kevin Gavigan scoring twice aided and abetted with a goal each from Darragh Hoey and Jonathan Boyle. Merville were down to ten men after twenty five minutes when David Lynch seen a straight red, yet they still managed to score twice David Kelly and manager Darren Kelly scoring a goal each.

Calry Bohs grounds were unplayable and this game against Kilglass Inishscrone United moved to the IT at Ballinode Sligo in the Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets Premier League. Both sides were in top formCalry going ahead on the half hour mark with Eoin Doherty on target, ten minutes later Colm Rutledge had Kilglass Inishscrone United level and just at the break a penalty awarded to Calry Bohs dispatched promptly Bryan Lynch that gave Calry Bohs the upper hand at the break.

The second half was twelve minutes old when Eoin Doherty hit a screamer to the back of the Kilglass Inishscrone United net notching his second, and Calry’s third goal that seen the home side take control. Kilglass Inishscrone United continued to attack but it was Calry Bohs eight minutes from time that killed the game off with Aaron Flynn cracking home the fourth and final goal for League leaders Calry Bohs who now have three games remaining Benbulben FC (H) Kilglass Inishscrone Utd (A) St Johns FC (H) each of the contenders all have three games left so its still all to play and fortune favours the brave.

Chaffpool United continue their blistering tally of goals this time the Pool welcomed Carrick Town to Bunnanaddan, and it proved a nine-goal thriller. Hughie Marren netting four goals, Criostoir Davey and Shane Prendergast all on the mark for the Pool. The Town hit back with two goals from David Regan and Shane Beirne adding a third but on the day the Pool were once again firing on all cylinders.

Dromahair kept their recent good form going winning by the odd goal in three at home to a tough Glenview Stars. Jamie Cawley opened the scoring pn four minutes for Dromahair six minutes later it was two nil a cracker of a goal from Jamie Conlon. Stars hit back on twenty minutes Martin Ward on target then five minutes from half time Leon Harte scored what was to prove to be the winning goal.

The second half seen Stars score once more three minutes from time with a fine finish from Michael Ward when he pounced on the rebound from the penalty save from Chris Jenkins in the Dromahair goals but in the end, this was three great points for the home side.

This weekend seen several pitches fall to the weather Merville and Calry Bohs both had to change venues while Valley Rovers v Ballygawley Celtic and Coolaney United v Benbulben FC seen all grounds unplayable. In fact, of all games played this weekend only two were played on grass, the rest were all played on Astro.

This once again indicates the need for more astro facilities when one considers the amount of money invested in grass grounds in recent times and they are still unplayable it makes sense to invest in high quality astro facilities for clubs that have a lot of games on their grounds.

Next weekend is a free weekend for all clubs and under no circumstances will any friendly games be permitted on grass pitches. The league committee wish to extend sincere best wishes to all our affiliates, sponsors and friends for a great St Patricks Day week why not kick it off with a visit to the Blue Lagoon next Wednesday night where our Race Night commences at 8pm Everybody welcome,

Disciplinary:

13/03/22 Cliffoney Celtic v Merville Utd in the Sligo Pallets Premier League Number 7 David Lynch suspended for next 2 League fixtures 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.

Ej’s Leading Scorers: (25) Jason Lyons Carbury FC (22) Malachy Spratt Cartron Utd (21) Dylan Martin Strand Celtic (18) Raff Cretaro Real Tubber (14) Donald Gallagher Cartron Utd (13) Mark Mc Goldrick Carbury FC (12) Jordan Harte MCR FC. Ryan Hargadon Merville Utd (11) Gareth Kelly Carbury Brian Mc Donald Manor Rangers Ben Henry Real Tubber. (10) Jack Davitt Cliffoney Celtic.

Sligo Pallet Premier League:

Ej’s Leading Scorers: (31) Cathal Davey Coolaney Utd. (23) Hughie Marren Chaffpool Utd (19) Conor Healy Ballygawley Celtic (17) Shane Beirne Carrick Town (13) Anthony Johnston St Johns FC (12) Donal Fidgeon St Johns FC. (11) Ronan Martin Kilglass Enniscrone United Jake Drewe Glenview Stars, (10) Ray Mulvey Carrick Town, Ciaran Mc Murray Coolaney Utd, Ciaran Jennings Valley Rovers (10) Aaron Flynn Calry Bohs. Ray Mulvey Carrick Town Ciaran Mc Murray Coolaney Utd Ciaran Jennings Valley Rovers

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.

Race Night:

Delighted to announce our Race Night this Wednesday Night 16th March in the Blue Lagoon Sligo all monies raised goes to funding of Mac Sharry Park. Massive thanks here to Aiden and Imelda Henry for hosting the event and to all our wonderful sponsors. Auction Races will see our own Top Property man Pauric Oates take care of business we also have a raffle on the night with some great prizes including Match Tickets for the Aviva Stadium. Everybody is welcome, so please come along have a flutter while supporting a great local effort.

Sligo Leitrim DSL

Result Friday 11th March 2022 KO 7.45PM

MCR FC3 – 1Manor RangersS. Fallon

Mac Sharry Park

Result Saturday 12th March 2022

Sligo Pallets Premier League

Dromahair FC3 – 2Glenview StarsS. McGarry

Results Sunday 13th March 2022

Sligo Southern Hotel Super League KO 11am

Carbury FC11 – 0Aughanagh CelticR. Zoschke
Merville Utd2 – 4Cliffoney CelticP. McLoughlin

Carbury v Aughanagh Celtic Mac Sharry Park

Sligo Southern Hotel Super League

Cartron Utd1 – 5Strand CelticO. McLoughlin, C. Gunning, J. McMorrow

Mac Sharry Park

Sligo Pallets Premier League

Coolaney UtdPBenbulben FCT. Butler
Calry Bohs4 – 1Kilglass Inniscrone UtdG. Gilmartin
Valley RoversPBallygawley CelticJ. Griffin
Chaffpool Utd6 – 3Carrick TownT. Oates

Sligo Leitrim DSL Tables 13th March’22

Sligo Southern Hotel Super League

PWDLFAGDPoints
Carbury FC20162291157650
Cartron United F.C.21161464372749
Strand Celtic FC20134374294543
MCR FC2013255344941
Manor Rangers197575853526
Ballisodare United2081114162-2125
Cliffoney Celtic206594848023
Real Tubber2070136173-1221
Arrow Harps2055103555-2020
Aughanagh Celtic2053123855-1718
Ballymote Celtic2052133368-3517
Merville United2032153794-5711

Ej’s Leading Scorers: (25) Jason Lyons Carbury FC (22) Malachy Spratt Cartron Utd (21) Dylan Martin Strand Celtic (18) Raff Cretaro Real Tubber (14) Donald Gallagher Cartron Utd (13) Mark Mc Goldrick Carbury FC (12) Jordan Harte MCR FC. Ryan Hargadon Merville Utd (11) Gareth Kelly Carbury Brian Mc Donald Manor Rangers Ben Henry Real Tubber. (10) Jack Davitt Cliffoney Celtic.

Sligo Pallets Premier League

PWDLFAGDPoints
Calry Bohs19115354233138
St. John’s FC19114460332737
Coolaney United19105457372035
Chaffpool United19103653371633
Kilglass Inishscrone199464744331
Glenview Stars198384847127
Ballygawley Celtic186845352126
Carrick Town FC197394457-1324
Gurteen Celtic2072114140123
Dromahair FC2071124971-2222
Valley Rovers1732123566-3111
Benbulben FC1832132862-3411

Ej’s Leading Scorers: (31) Cathal Davey Coolaney Utd. (23) Hughie Marren Chaffpool Utd (19) Conor Healy Ballygawley Celtic (17) Shane Beirne Carrick Town (13) Anthony Johnston St Johns FC (12) Donal Fidgeon St Johns FC. (11) Ronan Martin Kilglass Enniscrone United Jake Drewe Glenview Stars, (10) Ray Mulvey Carrick Town, Ciaran Mc Murray Coolaney Utd, Ciaran Jennings Valley Rovers (10) Aaron Flynn Calry Bohs. Ray Mulvey Carrick Town Ciaran Mc Murray Coolaney Utd Ciaran Jennings Valley Rovers

Sligo Leitrim DSL

Fixtures Sunday 27th March 2022

Sligo Southern Hotel Super League KO 11am

Manor RangersvCliffoney Celtic 
Arrow HarpsvAughanagh Celtic 
Real TubbervCarbury FC 
Merville UtdvBallisodare Utd 
MCR FCvBallymote Celtic 

Sligo Pallets Premier League K.O 11am

Coolaney UtdvBallygawley Celtic 
Chaffpool UtdvSt Johns FC 
Carrick TownvKilglass Inniscrone Utd 

Sligo Pallets Premier League K.O 2.30pm

Calry BohsvBenbulben FC 
Valley RoversvGurteen Celtic 

Connacht Cup Quarter Finals K.O 2.00pm

Strand CelticvAthenry FC 

3 Officials

Note:

All results by 1.30pm after game to 087 1087771 Home team responsible for calling in match result with all scorers. “Home Team responsible to provide at least Four (4) Match Balls for all Home fixtures. All Cup & Shield games decided on the day if still a draw after 90 minutes plus one period of E/T (10mins E/W) FIFA Rules on penalties to decide.

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