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Rosslare Rangers continue unbeaten start in Over-35s soccer league

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THE SECOND round of games in the Over-35 soccer league were played on Friday, with some excellent action taking place.

Cushinstown hosted Rosslare Rangers in Group A and the away side continued their unbeaten start to the season, coming away with a hard-earned 2-0 win. Derek O’Connor and Paul Culleton were on target.

Fastnet hosted Kilmore and the away side again continued their strong start with a hard-earned 3-1 win. James Delaney, James Lowry and Danny O’Reilly got their goals, with Gary Doran managing a reply for the home side.

In the last game in this group, Duncannon hosted Corach, with both sides having lost their first game. Both were looking to get their season up and running and, after a tough, physical encounter, the home team prevailed 2-0 with two second-half goals from Mikey Banville and Paul ‘Bungles’ Foley.

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Enniscorthy already look like the side to beat in Group B as they maintained their winning start with a hard-earned 2-1 victory over Forth Celtic in Bellefield. Pa Moorehouse and Colin Sheehan were on target for them, with Tom Elmes replying for the visitors.

Taghmon made the long trip to Arklow Town but returned home empty-handed after two goals from Willie Kavanagh earned the home side a 2-0 win. Curracloe and Courtown played out a highly-entertaining and hard-fought 0-0 draw.

Fixtures for Friday, May 20 (all 7.30 p.m. kick-offs) - Group A: Fastnet Rovers v. Duncannon; Cushinstown v. Campile; Rosslare Rangers v. Corach; Group B: Forth Celtic v. Arklow Town; Adamstown v. Curracloe; Enniscorthy v. Courtown.


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