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Kilkishen overpower Rovers

Kilkishen Celtic     3    Rhine Rovers         1
Kilkishen Celtic proved too strong for their neighbours, Rhine Rovers in this Division 2 league tie at Kilkishen.

Keith Whelan of Rhine Rovers falls under the challenge of Fergus Donovan. Photograph by Declan MonaghanThey took the lead through John Cooney after 15 minutes and they doubled their advantage early in the second half when Colm Gleeson was on target leaving them 2-0 in front.
Rhine scored shortly after this through Mark Hanrahan but Shane McInerney restored the winner’s two-goal advantage when he scored from the penalty spot.
Kilkishen Celtic: Damian O’Connell; James Hook, Derek Canny Mattie Holmes, Mike Fleming, Flan McMahon, Shane McInerney, Colm Gleeson, John Cooney, Fergus O’Donovan, Paul Hogan.
Subs: Alan McInerney for Cooney.
Rhine Rovers: Rory Callinan; Ivor White, Martin McInerney, Paul Johnson, Eoghan Ryan, Sean Heaney, Mark Hanrahan, Keith Whelan, Kevin Johnson, David O’Brien, Jamie Fahy.
Subs: Gary Hogan, Ronan Gallagher, Gerry O’Flaherty.

Ruan United         2    Kilmaley United     1
Ruan United got the better of visitors Kilmaley in this second division league tie in Ruan on Sunday
The winners went 2-0 up with goals from Conor Reeves after ten minutes and Ronan Leahy five minutes before half time.
Kilmaley pulled one back with ten minutes remaining when Philip Noonan scored.
Ruan United: Damian Maxwell; Hugh O’Donnell, Willie Treacy, Leon Quirke, Fergus Casey, Conor Reeves, Ronan Leahy, Jonathon Clohessy, Damian Quirke, Gavin Dinan, Paul Dinan.
Subs: Patrick Keegan for Leahy; Brendan Dobbins for Conor Reeves.
Kilmaley United: Ger Healy; Adrian Kelly, Philip Noonan, Gareth Thompson. Noel Healy, Jamie Mills; Greg O’Flanagan, Sean O’Flanagan, Conor Brennan, Liam Meaney, Mark Healy.
Subs: Alan Hehir. 

Manus Celtic A         1     Moher Celtic         0
Manus Celtic A were good value for their 1-0 win over visitors Moher Celtic in this league tie at Tiermaclane on Sunday.
The all-important goal came ten minutes into the second half when Barry Guinnane scored when he headed an Adam Healy corner to the net.
Manus Celtic A: Pakie Healy; Andrew Page, Barry Guinnane, Kevin Clohessy, Ian Considine; Adam Healy, Stephen Geraghty, Pa Casey, Mikey McDonagh; Adrian McDonagh, John Molloy.
Subs: Seanie Travers, Aidan McCarthy.
Moher Celtic: George Benn; Stephen Murray, Brendan Vaughan, Barry McGovern, Ian White; Michael Commane, Cohen Phillipson, Jack Queally, Damian Finnucane; Paul Cagney, Colm Healy.
Subs: Robert Lucas, Davy Commane, Declan Fawl.


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