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Goals galore in Sligo Pallets Premier League


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With a number of Sligo Southern Hotel Super League clubs in Connacht Cup action, there was just two league games this weekend.

Ballsodare United took on Cliffoney Celtic, and were leading at half-time as Kevin O’Hara netted on 44 minutes to give them the lead at the break.

Cliffoney staged a convincing second-half come back, and scored three goals with Jack Davitt and James Herrity scoring, while an own goal ensured a comfortable victory in the end.

Coolaney United were at home to Real Tubber and the only goal of the game came on 64 minutes as Alan Duggan hit the back of the Real Tubber net to gain 3 valuable points while Tubber seem to have hit a dry run.

In the Sligo Pallets Premier League Gurteen Celtic continue to dominate top position and their purple patch continued as they hit visitors Glenview Stars for 6 without reply as well as sharing the goals around.

Billy Flynn, Thomas Sweeney, Dylan Walsh, Nathan Dyer, Ross Donovan and Jamie McCoy were all on target and still top of the table Gurteen Celtic are proving to be a force to be reckoned with this season.

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Chaffpool and Kilglass Enniscrone Utd locked horns in a 6-goal encounter. Eoin Carty cracked home a hat trick and Conor Prendergast put the cherry on the cake for the Pool.

The seasiders replied with two superb goals one from Ronan Martin aided with the second goal from Brandon Fitzgerald.

It was a day for some high scores as Dromahair a home to Calry Bohs reserves shared an 11 goal thriller with the visitors winning by the odd goal.

Sean Foley opened Dromahair’s account on 18 minutes and next up was Donnacha Devaney on 33 minutes.

Calry hit back on 36 minutes with Paddy Heraghty netting his first goal and then on 44 minutes Billy McCarthy levelled for Calry to leave the score 2-2 at half time.

One minute into the second half and Shane Fowley had Dromahair in the lead then on 56 minutes it looked the points were staying in Dromahair when Jamie Cawley made it 4-2.

Calry had other ideas and on 56 minutes Cathal Fitzpatrick started the fight with Dario Williams netting on 64 and 66 minutes and Paddy Heraghty adding his second on 80 minutes.

It was 6-4 to Calry and on 86 minutes Shane Fowley added his second and Dromahair’s 5th goal to finish off a brilliant game.

Leitrim side Carrick Town were at home to Ballygawley Celtic and they shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. David Regan and Cormac Smith were on target for the Town. Ballygawley responded with a goal each from Kyle Carty and Derek Lynch.

Strand Celtic Reserves took all 3 points at home to Valley Rovers, Thomas Mulligan with 2 goals and Donnacha Beirne adding the third goal. Ciaran Jennings scored the only goal for the Valley.