FAI Junior Cup 6th Round
Crumlin Utd 4-1 Thurles Town
Thurles bowed out of the FAI Junior Cup against Dublin side Crumlin Utd. The score did not reflect the game and but for a three goal rout in seven minutes which included two deflections it could have been very different. Micky Comerford was on target for Thurles.
Ricky Fogarty Cup:
Borrisokane Fc 2-0 Cloughjordan Fc
Borrisokane produced somewhat of a shock here beating Clough Jordan by two goals to nil. Matty Power and Gordon Harding goals were enough to beat the lacklustre Cloughjordan side.
BT Harps 6-0 Ballymackey Fc
Harps had a routine win here without Sean Paddy Guerins who is on international duty with the Army in Oman. Captain Johnny Coleman bagged four goals while Aidan Fogarty and Dean McEnroe finished the scoring.
The Barry Cup:
Moneygall Fc 1-3 Borroway Rovers
Borroway advances here as excellent pelted but didn’t have it all their own way. Goals from Keith Moore, David McGuire and Shane Dunne were on hand to send their side through.
Rearcross FC 1-4 Roscrea Town B
Roscrea travelled to Rearcross and won’t comfortably. Goals from Denis Moloney (2), Shane Davis and Eddie Simmons sent them through while Michael O’Gorman was on target yet again for the hosts.
Ardcroney Fc 2-1 Arra Rovers
Ardcroney got a much needed with against rivals Arra Rovers In what was a very close game. Birthday boy Jamie Heffernan open the scoring for the hosts but they were pegged back by Arra soon after. Shane Seymour then scored the winner almost immediately after.
Nora Kennedy Cup:
Borrisokane Fc B 1-1 Templetuohy Fc
Templetuohy Fc win 5-4 On Penalties
Templetuohy were lashed all the way against Borrisokane today. Borrisokane took the lead in the first half through John Kenneally but Oisin Jordan scored again to keep his side in it. Templetuohy went on to win an epic penalty shootout by five goals to four.
NT&DL Division Two:
Clodiagh Rangers Fc B 1-0 Rearcross FC B
Clodiagh more Ed out of the bottom two for the first time this season courtesy of a Brian Hanrahan goal today. Rearcross are still looking for their first win of the campaign.