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City drop points to dogged yeats

In the Sligo Southern Hotel Super League leaders City United stumbled to a scoreless draw at home to the ever improving Yeats United.

Ballisodare United with goals from Kevin O'Hara and John Burns take the points from visitors Calry Bohs.

Arrow Harps shared the points with Cliffoney Celtic in a six goal cracker at Riverstown, Johnny Kenny Ciaran Coleman and Keith Mc Morrow on song for Harps. The big man Peter Wilson grabbed two fine goals and Conor Barrett added the third for Cliffoney Celtic.

Strand Celtic with two goals from the lethal boot of Brian Mc Morrow and further strikes from Dean Deering and Aiden Gaule insured all three points against Aughanagh Celtic who replied with an excellent goal from their top marksman Stephen Craig.

The Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets Premier League leaders Ballymote Celtic crashed by the odd goal in three away to a rejuvenated Cartron United.

Benny O'Reilly and Cormac Coyne were on song for Cartron and Martin Underwood replied for Ballymote Celtic.

The main talking point though was the fantastic penalty save by Paul Scanlon in the Cartron goal from Brendan Lowry.

This remarkable save with fourteen minutes left on the clock insured a great victory for the Cartron Boys.

Ballygawley Celtic move ever closer winning by the odd goal in seven away to Dromore Villa Thomas Mc Laughlin netted twice with Ciaran Collery and Donal Harte finishing off a good days work.

The Villa replied with goals from Eamon Cawley James Hynes and Fergal Kilgallon. Kilglass Inishscrone United hit three passed visitors Gurteen Celtic Shaun Cawley Declan Flynn and Daniel Fahy were their hit men, with Michael Doddy scoring Gurteen Celtic only goal.

Real Tubber thanks to a hat trick from Fergal Mc Donagh and one apiece from Stephen Mathews and Daniel Mc Laughlin took the points at home to Innishfree Celtic who scored through Paul Clancy and Kevin Conlon.

In the Cleary Landscapes & Pitch Maintenance Division One Chaffpool United failed to field away to Coolaney United and drop three crucial points as a consequence.

M C R win by the odd goal in five at the expense of Cliffoney Celtic Reserves Sean Condron hit two super goals and Gary Funston added the third for high flying MCR, Jimmy Cullen netted an own goal and Brendan O Connor added the second for Cliffoney.

Gavin Gilsenan Darragh Fallon Michael Hannigan and Mark Mc Sharry all scored for Grange United away to Aclare Celtic who had a consolation strike from Barry Durkan.

Maugherow United thanks to a blistering hat trick from goal hungry Mark Mc Laughlin and a fourth from MJ Lavin secured a fine victory for North Sligo side Maugherow United at home to Chaffpool Rovers.

In the Connacht Cup Manor Rangers march on with a fine home win over Merville United Brian Mc Donnell scored two and Paul Og Ferguson added the third for Manor with David Blain netting one for Merville.

Boyle Celtic were beaten 1-0 away to Ballinasloe Town.


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