Cloughjordan Fc 3-4 BT Harps
BT Harps remain at the summit of NT&DL football after a spectacular 4-3 win away in Cloughjordan. Harps raced into an early two goal lead after Johnny Coleman (pen) and Jamie Nolan both found the net. Shane Williams popped up with a vital goal for the hosts right before halftime and Dean O’Meara levelled affairs at the start of the second half with a thunderbolt. Clough completed the comeback mid way through the half as Skip Cleary headed home but Harps never say die attitude came out in droves as Stephen Nolan netted the equaliser before and outstanding Tommy Brophy bicycle kick looped over the Clough keeper to keep Harps’ 100% record alive.
Thurles Town 2-0 Ballymackey Fc
Thurles kept their unbeaten run going today but they were made work hard for it as Ballymackey proved very hard to break down. Town eventually got the breakthrough goal as Barry Ryan once again popped up to deliver the goods. Roscrea native Martin Harty doubled his sides lead with ten minutes remaining as the current champions sit right behind the league leaders BT Harps.
Nenagh Celtic 2-1 Killavilla Utd
A severely depleted Nenagh Celtic grabbed a big win this morning after coming from a goal down to beat Killavilla Utd. A Paul Walsh own goal on the stroke of half-time put Villa ahead at the break but a second half brace from the head of Mark Walsh gave Celtic a much needed win whilst Villa already see themselves six points of the leaders.
Clodiagh Rangers 8-1 Nenagh Celtic
Rangers made it four wins from four with a comfortable win agAinst Celtic B. Mark Quinlan (3), Paul Doyle (2), James Murray, Paul Hanley and Seamus Butler were all on target for Rangers while an Anton Provotorov goal proved to be a scant consolation for Celtic.
Holycross 4-0 Rearcross Fc
Holycross Fc made short work of Rearcross in this top of the table clash as the former ran out 4-0 winners. Dan Corbett (2), Jp Butler and Stephen Flanagan were all on target for the Glenbane side.
Moneygall Fc 8-0 Sallypark Odhráns
Moneygall put Sallypark to the sword on Sunday as Joe Callaghan smashed in five goals for the home side. Johnny Powell (2) and Gearóid Larkin finished the scoring as they ran out 8-0 winners.
Gurtagarry Fc 3-0 Killavilla Utd B
Gurtagarry are enjoying life in Division One as they were too good for Killavilla Utd B in Latteragh. Paddy O’Rourke and a brace from Steven Cummins were enough to see their side run out 3-0 winners.
Borrisokane Fc 2-0 Lough Derg Fc
Borrisokane won their first game of the season as Lough Derg’s woes continue. Paddy Quinn and Gordon Harding were on target for the home side as then won comfortably by two goals to one.
Ballywilliam Utd 3-4 Ardcroney Fc
Ardcroney continue to sit pretty at the top of the table after beating Ballywilliam by the odd goal in seven. This was Ballywilliam’s second 4-3 loss in as many weeks and manager Davie Corrigan must wonder what his side must do to grab a point or two this season. Marc Rahmoune, Keith Kelly, Jack Daly and Grady Jones were all on target for the leaders whilst goals from Stephen Murray, Daniel Collins and Corrigan himself just weren’t to be enough on the day.
Arra Rovers 3-2 Templetuohy Fc
Arra Rovers grabbed a very important win on Sunday against Templetuohy as they look to keep their title hopes alive. Stephen O’Flaherty put the hosts ahead but an Oisín Jordan double seen Templetuohy go ahead late on. A John Sheedy penalty with ten minutes remaining levelled proceedings and Jack Moloney popped up four minutes from time to win the game for Rovers on a 3-2 score line.
Clodiagh Rangers B 0-7 Village Fc
Clodiagh Rangers B were at the wrong end of a 7-0 thrashing by newcomers Village Fc of Shinrone. Conor Meehan (2), Ray Cordial (2), Nistor Tordeci (2) and Paul Doyle were all on target as they remain unbeaten.