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Corrigan rescues Boyle with late strike at Aughanagh

In the Sligo Southern Hotel Super League Boyle Celtic struggled away to neighbours Aughanagh Celtic eventually taking all three points thanks to the only strike of the game from Michael Corrigan with only minutes left on the clock.

This result leaves Boyle well clear at the top but they will need to improve if they want to stay there.

Arrow Harps journeyed to fellow strugglers Yeats United and conceded five goals without reply Paul Logan and Darragh Kivlehan cracked home two goals apiece with David Mc Sharry completing the scoring for Yeats.

Leitrim side Manor Rangers travelled to Calry Bohs and shared the spoils in a one all draw. Michael Flynn netted for the home side early on and Manor pulled them back thanks to a penalty fired home by Brian Mc Donald.

Strand Celtic snatched a draw from the jaws of victory leading by three goals thanks to strikes from Damien Scanlon, Martin Brennan and David Brush they allowed Coolera Rovers hit back to finish with a point apiece.

North Sligo side Cliffoney Celtic scored twice without reply at home to Ballisodare United Peter Wilson and David Mc Sharry were the hit men that earned three valuable points for their team.

In the Andrew Mullen Sligo Pallets Premier League its nip and tuck all the way Ballymote Celtic stay in pole position with two goals from Paul Saunders and one goal each from Mark Irwin and Lucas Jarnawsji accounting for Cloonamahon Celtic who replied with a single strike from Alan Flynn.

Ballygawley Celtic keep in the hunt winning by the odd goal in three at home to Dromore Villa Padraig Mc Goldrick and Dwayne Kelly netted for Ballygawley. James Hynes replied for the Villa.

Real Tubber with a cracker of a goal from the lethal boot of Gerard Henry stay in contention after winning away to Cartron United.

Quayside Rovers are also moving up the table goals from Leon Gordon Christopher O Hare Adrian Mc Partland and a screamer from Jamie Mc Goldrick insured all three points at home to Carrick Town who battled well and scored twice through David Mc Gowan and Stephen Sirle.