The Arctic conditions seen all but one game in The Great Southern Hotel Sligo Super League take place. Calry Bohs taking on the league leaders Carbury FC and the Institute of Technology Sligo. Calry with only a handful of games under their belt can be a force to be reckoned with on their day one just had to wonder as to what team would turn up. But today Calry were indeed at full strength and struck as early as the fifth minute when Paddy Heraughty rifled home a stunning effort that rocked Carbury. Calry maintained their disciplined and held the lead up to the break. Carbury came out with all guns blazing in the second half but Calry stood strong and with thirty-five minutes remaining Paddy Heraughty again struck the decisive blow with a clinical finish to put the Calry machine into a two-goal lead. The pressure was mounting now league leaders Carbury facing their first defeat of the season and with only seven goals conceded prior to this game had to try and pull this out of the fire. But it was not to be and for good measure Paddy Heraughty finished of a great days work with his third goal that fired Calry Bohs up the table and inflicted Cadbury’s first league defeat of the season.
In the Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets, Premier League Ballygawley Celtic after eleven games lead the way finishing of the first round of their journey with a comfortable four goal victory away to Chaffpool United. Adrian Egan scoring twice and a goal each from Mark Boyd and Ryan Walsh insuring Ballygawley Top Spot. Chaffpool can still qualify for a Premier League with three games remaining it’s all to play for.
MCR with a blistering display of fire power hit Merville United for eight at Sean Fallon P ark. Ciaran Harvey and Joe Cobbe each bagging a hat trick with Andy Tiernan and Stephen Hallahan rounding of matters for MCR. Jared Tiernan scored the only goal for Merville United.
Carrick Town courtesy of a Ray Mulvey hat trick and a goal apiece from Rodrigo Bouabida and Rostas Balint
Took all three points from the Villa that leaves the town well on course to do battle for Premier Honours.
Benbulben FC won their final game by the odd goal in three at home to Real Tubber Mark Mc Loughlin and Anthony Moylette the hitmen for Benbulben while Matthew Mulhern pulled a goal back for Real Tubber
Results: Sunday 20th November
The Great Southern Hotel Sligo Super League:
Aughanagh Celtic P Boyle Celtic P; Ballisodare United P Yeats United P; Ballymote Celtic P Strand Celtic FC P; Manor Rangers P St. John’s FC P; Calry Bohs 3 Carbury FC 0;
Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets Premier League:
MCR FC 8 Merville United 1; Chaffpool United 0 Ballygawley Celtic 4; Carrick Town FC 5 Dromore Villa 0; Benbulben FC 2 Real Tubber 1;
Fixture Sunday 27th November KO 11am:
The Great Southern Hotel Sligo Super League
Yeats United v Calry Bohs; Aughanagh Celtic v Glenview Stars
Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets Premier League:
Merville United v Real Tubber; MCR FC v Chaffpool United; Dromore Villa v Arrow Harps;
Oscar Traynor Round 2 K0 1.30pm
Cavan/Monaghan v Sligo Leitrim DSL Coothill Co. Cavan Astro Pitch.
All results by 1.30pm after game to 087 1417566 Where a ground is deemed unplayable the home team can if possible provide another approved venue otherwise the game must revert to the opponent’s ground. Where both grounds are unplayable the two teams concerned can agree fixture for approved Astro if available, and split the costs 50/50. Home Team responsible to provide at least Four (4) Match Balls for all Home fixtures.
Oscar Traynor Squad:
Training will continue on Friday the 16th of Sept at IT Sligo commencing at 8.00pm Team Manager John Loftus will be in contact with clubs and players in the next week.
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Ej’s Leading Scorers: (12) Andrew Patton Ballisodare United, (9) Seamus Ryder Manor Rangers, Gareth Kelly Strand Celtic (7) Dylan Edwards Carbury FC, (6) Dermot Beggan Aughanagh Celtic, Mark Mc Callion Strand Celtic, (5) Mark Irwin Ballymote Celtic, Patrick Heraughty Calry Bohs, Conor Brennan St John’s FC, Ryan Mc Manus Strand Celtic FC, Paul Logan Yeats Utd.
Sligo Pallets Premier League 20th November
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Ej’s Leading Scorers: (15) Daniel Willis Arrow Harps, (13) Joseph Cobbe MCR FC, (9) Anthony Moylette Benbulben FC, Raymond Mulvey Carrick Town (7) Ciaran Harvey MCR FC. (6) Conor Silke, Niall Comerton Carrick Town, Alan Harrison, Niall Thomas Cliffoney Celtic, Stephen Feeney Dromore Villa, Ryan Hargadon Merville Utd, Stephen Hallahan MCR FC Graham Irwin Merville Utd Ryan Hargadon Merville Utd. ©