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West Clare sides in control

Cooraclare Celtic 4    Shannon Olympic B  1
Cooraclare Celtic were convincing winners over Shannon Olympic B in this league tie at Cooraclare on Sunday.

The winners took the lead through Paul Murphy and this goal separated the teams at half time.
Early in the second half Shannon Olympic B levelled through Adam Kelly. Cooraclare then took control and goals from Sean Bermingham, Stephen Sweeney and Barry Lynch saw them run out worthy winners.
Olympic had some chances late on but could not find a goal to see them back into the game, Cathal McKee and Brian Barry coming closest to scoring for Olympic B.
Cooraclare Celtic: Declan Keane; Dermot Kelly, Gearoid Kelly, Colm Carroll, Paul Lynch; Rory O’Connor, Con O’Brien, Barry Lynch, Paul Murphy; Stephen Sweeney, Sean Bermingham.
Subs: Thomas Lernihan for D Kelly; Declan McMahon for B Lynch; Tommy O’Connor for P Lynch.
Shannon Olympic B: Brian Tierney, Declan McManus, Robert Morrissey, Conor Flynn, Colm Ryan, Conor O’Brien, Aidan Kelly, Tony O’Neill, Gary Mason, Kikei Ko, Brian Barry.
Subs: Cathal McKee, Joe Brennan.

West Clare United 3    Hermitage B 0

West Clare United proved too strong for Hermitage B in this league tie played at Moneypoint in Kilrush on Sunday.
After a scoreless first half, they took control and goals from Tony Doherty, Hugh McNally and David Tubridy; saw them run out comfortable winners. The introduction of Doonbeg footballers Tubridy, Shane Ryan and Enda Doyle helped the winners to get the upperhand in this tie.
West Clare United: Kevin Harte; Michael Moloney, Damian Honan, Barry Murphy, Hugh McNally; Tom Honan, Matthew Moloney, Brian Harte, Jamie Russell; Tony Doherty, Jason Russell.
Subs: David Tubridy, Shane Ryan, Enda Doyle.
Hermitage B: Kevin Ruane; Cyril Casey, David Dwyer, Michael Singleton, Chris O’Riordan; Jason Carew, Mikey White, Cormac O’Neill, Niall Corry; Damian Hand, Cathal Keane.
Sub: Owen Cahill.


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