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CARBURY DOUBLE BOOKS TICKET TO QUARTERS PAST GAME STRAND CELTIC

Carbury progressed to the Quarter Finals of the Glasshouse Hotel Cup after a hard-fought victory over a very good Strand Celtic. Both sides hand chances in the opening quarter but it was Carbury who took the lead in after twenty-three minutes when Ibrahim Savage headed in a glancing header from a Ross McLoughlin free kick. Carbury went looking for the second goal before Half-Time, but Strand remained solid to see out the half.

Carbury’s second goal of the game came five minutes into the second half after an excellent team move involving Niall Brennan, Ibrahim savage and Ross McLoughlin resulting in a fantastic cross from Mark Hannon to Mark Mc Goldrick at the back post to volley home. 

Strand went on the hunt immediately to get back into the game but the Carbury back line of McManus Jinks and Gerry Brennan remained firm. On sixty-five minutes Strand had an excellent opportunity to pull one back but Mark Rooney palmed the goal bound shot around the post. Strand continued to pile forward in search of a goal but there were no more goals to be found and Carbury progressed to the Quarter Finals of the Cup.

Cartron thanks to a last-minute Nathan Hargadon goal defeated their hosts Ballisodare United and progressed to a quarter Final spot away to Ballymote Celtic next Saturday night at Brother Walfrid Park.

Real Tubber welcomed Leitrim kingpins Manor Rangers to Tubbercurry a goal apiece from Raff Cretaro and Jack Walsh plus a double strike from Ben Henry pushed this game into extra time and penalties. Manor was the more clinical in the shootout emerging winners by four goals to two and now await to travel to the winners of Ballymote Celtic and Cartron United in the semi-finals.

Aughanagh Celtic were unable to field a team against MCR FC and conceded the game while a mix up with match officials seen the Cliffoney Celtic v Arrow Harps game rescheduled for Sunday next.

In the Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup first round Gurteen Celtic welcomed Glenview Stars to Gurteen and the home side emerged winners by the odd goal in five. Billy Flynn, Conor Walsh, and Caelan Hunt were the hero’s for Gurteen Celtic. Stars scorers were Clive Brennan and Cormac Coyne. Gurteen Celtic are now away to Benbulben FC in the Quarter Finals.

St Johns FC had a hard-fought victory at home in Mac Sharry Park to Valley Rovers. Ciaran Jennings had Valley in front on ten minutes, Ryan Healy levelled for St Johns on the half hour, but Valley struck again five minutes from the break when James Conlon fired home.

Ten minutes into the second half and once again Ciaran Jennings struck, and Valley were inn the driving seat. On seventy minutes Stephen Armstrong gave St Johns a lifeline with a superb goal and five minutes later Ryan Healy netted his second goal to level matters.

Both sides went all out in search of that elusive winner and with minutes remaining on the clock Conor Brennan found the back of the Valley Rovers net that earns St Johns a home tie quarter final encounter against arch-rivals Calry Bohs at Mac Sharry Park next Saturday night, what a game with St Johns wishing to capture silverware and Calry Bohs looking for a League and Cup Double.

Coolaney United welcomed Carrick Town to Coolaney and the game was all square after ninety minutes at two goals each. Mattie Racki and Ciaran Mc Murray on cue for Coolaney with David Regan and Stephen Flynn on target for the Town. Extra time was a hard-fought affair, and it was Niall Comerton whom fired the Town into the quarter finals with a sublime finish and they will now travel to play the winners of the St Johns FC versus Calry Bohs.

Ballygawley emerged victorious by the odd goal seven at home to Chaffpool United Hughie Marren hitting a hat trick for the Pool. Ballygawley responded with goals from Aidan Kilpatrick, Ryan Walsh, and Brian O Connor. Chaffpool came out of the blocks and scored in the first minute Aidan Kilpatrick rose high to equalise but it wasn’t long before the Pool got in front again, Ballygawley got a penalty which the keeper saved, the Pool had the better of the first half with Hughie Marren adding his third goal before the break.


Ballygawley made a few changed at half time and were more attack minded  Ryan Walsh getting a goal back and then Brian O Connor equalising. Conor healy struck the winner in a frantic game of football that booked a semi final spot away to either Benbulben FC or Gurteen Celtic.

Results Friday 22nd April

Glasshouse Hotel Cup

First Round:

2Strand Celtic0 – 2Carbury FCO. Mc Loughlin

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup

First Round:

3Gurteen Celtic3 – 2Glenview StarsJohn Griffin

Results Saturday 23rd April

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup

First Round:

2St Johns FC4 – 3Valley RoversS. Mc Garry

Mac Sharry Park

Fixtures Sunday 24th April KO 11am

Glasshouse Hotel Cup

First Round:

1Aughanagh Celtic0 – 3MCR FCWalk Over
3Cliffoney CelticAArrow HarpsNo Referee
4Ballisodare United0 – 1Cartron UnitedP. Kilcoyne

Quarter Finals:

BReal Tubber2 – 4Manor RangersT Oates

4-4 at fulltime Manor Rangers win penalty shoot out by 4-2

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup

Quarter Finals:

ACoolaney Utd2 – 3Carrick Town.   G Gilmartin
BBallygawley Celtic4 – 3Chaffpool United.     C Gunning

Fixtures Saturday 30th April KO 7.15pm

Glasshouse Hotel Cup

DBallymote CelticvCartron United 

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup

CSt Johns FCvCalry Bohs 

Fixtures Sunday 1st May KO 11am

Glasshouse Hotel Cup Season 2021- 2022.

First Round:

3Cliffoney CelticvArrow Harps 

Quarter Finals:

CMCR FCvMerville Utd 

Semi Finals W/E 08th May:

SBallymote Celtic/Cartron UtdvManor Rangers
LMCR FC/Merville UtdvA W/E 15th May

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup Sunday 1st May KO 11am

Quarter Finals:

DBenbulben FCvGurteen Celtic 

Semi Finals W/E 08/05/22:

SSt Johns FC/ Calry BohsvCarrick Town
LBenbulben FC /Gurteen CelticvBallygawley Celtic

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.

Sligo – Leitrim & District Soccer League

Glasshouse Hotel Cup Season 2021- 2022.

First Round:

1Aughanagh Celtic0 – 3MCR FC
2Strand Celtic0 – 2Carbury FC
3Cliffoney CelticAArrow Harps 01/05/22
4Ballisodare United0 – 1Cartron United

Quarter Finals:

ACliffoney Celtic/Arrow HarpsvCarbury FC 08/05/22
BReal Tubber2 – 4Manor Rangers
CMCR FCvMerville Utd
DBallymote CelticvCartron United

Semi Finals W/E 08th May:

SBallymote Celtic/Cartron UtdvManor Rangers
LMCR FC/Merville UtdvA W/E 15th May

Glasshouse Hotel Cup Final W/E 22nd May

WLvS

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup Season 2021- 2022.

First Round:

1Coolaney Utd3 – 0Kilglass Inishscrone Utd
2St Johns FC4 – 3Valley Rovers
3Gurteen Celtic3 – 2Glenview Stars
4Carrick Town4 – 3Dromahair FC

Quarter Finals:

ACoolaney Utd2 – 3Carrick Town
BBallygawley Celtic4 – 3Chaffpool United
CSt Johns FCvCalry Bohs
DBenbulben FCvGurteen Celtic

Semi Finals W/E 8th May:

SCvCarrick Town
LDvBallygawley Celtic

Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup Final

WSvL

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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