A 2-2 DRAW between Arranmore United and Orchard FC on Saturday means it’s a case of as you were in the Old Orchard Saturday Division.
Orchard F.C. 2-2 Arranmore United
Mulroy Celtic 7-1 Fintown Harps AFC
Mulroy cruised to victory in today’s game against Fintown which was played in tough conditions in Tri a Loch with Michael Sweeney bagging five goals.
Mulroy dominated throughout, Shane Friel getting an early goal after good approach play from Michael Sweeney. Sweeney himself had a fine afternoon with Shaun Martin getting the other .
Mulroy now travel to Arranmore for a mouth-watering fixture next weekend. Best for Mulroy were Michael Sweeney and Enda Coll.
Drumbar F.C. P-P Strand Rovers
Drumkeen United P-P Glencar Celtic
Glencar Inn Saturday Reserve Division
Erne Wanderers Reserves 2-1 Keadue Rovers Reserves
Erne went 1-0 up in the first minute with a ball over the top playing in Mark Dorrian, the Keadue keeper pulled off a great save but the ball fell kindly to Aaron Fannon who slotted it home.
The home side kept the pressure on and doubled their lead on 15 minutes with Nicky Sheerin scoring from a free kick from just outside the area. Erne created a few more chance in the first half but failed to capitalise fully on their possession.
The second half was more of the same but as the game wore on Keadue found their feet and started creating a few chances of their own and pulled a goal back in the dying minutes. The game finished 2-1 giving Erne back to back wins going into next week’s away game against Donegal Town Reserves.
St. Catherines Reserves P-P Milford United Reserves
Glenea United Reserves 3-0 Glenree United Reserves
Glenree played Glenea at Glasserchoo in wintery conditions.
There were few clear cut chances in the first half and sides where level at half time. Glenea started the better in the second half and duly took the lead via a Glenree own goal. They then quickly extended the lead from a free kick. They made it 3-0 when they scored from some good passing that lead to a cross and a headed goal at the back post. The match ended 3-0. Glenree’s John Mc Clafferty had a fine performance. A good team performance from Glenea.
Castlefin Celtic Reserves 3-0 Curragh Athletic Reserves
Castlefin maintained their perfect home record with a comfortable victory over neighbours Curragh Athletic.
The hosts started the brighter and created the first chance when Matthew O’Rourke broke through but failed to finish from close range. In the 20th minute a Michael Dunnion free kick from the left was headed home by Ian Ward at the back post. Castlefin began to dominate and created numerous chances but James Mc Menamin and O’ Rourke failed to convert.
The second half began in the same fashion and the hosts doubled their lead when Ronan Tourish broke down the left and squared to Matthew O’ Rourke who tapped home from 12 yards with 55 minutes on the clock. Castlefin increased their lead ten minutes later when a Tourish through ball played in Keith Nelis who slotted home.
Curragh’s Simon Cromie had the visitor’s best chance but he shot narrowly wide in a frustrating day for the visitors. Best for Castlefin were: Michael Dunnion and Damien Doherty. Best for Curragh were: Simon Cromie and Jason Woods.