Junior Soccer round-up

Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel Super League: The clash of last season’s champions City United and runners-up Boyle Celtic saw both sides cancel each other out but in the second half it was Boyle Celtic who showed their title credentials with goals from Brian McCrann, Niall Brenann and Lorchan Conboy.

Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel Super League: The clash of last season’s champions City United and runners-up Boyle Celtic saw both sides cancel each other out but in the second half it was Boyle Celtic who showed their title credentials with goals from Brian McCrann, Niall Brenann and Lorchan Conboy.

A hat-trick from Paul McTiernan helped Aughanagh Celtic record a 4-2 win over Yeats United while Carton United and Boyle Celtic played a scoreless draw.

St John’s A got the better of Innishscrone United, winning 4-2 while Ballisodare United claimed all three points when they hosted Strand Celtic.

Sligo Pallets Premier League: Ballygawley Celtic travelled to Mullaghmore to play Cliffoney Celtic and after a dramatic encounter it was Ballygawley who claimed the points. Vernon Gillmor and Mark White gave Ballygawley Celtic a great start but goals from Gerard Watters Sean Kelly looked to have secured a share of the points for Cliffoney. However, deep in injury time JP Henry’s blistering shot gave Ballygawley all the points.

Strand Celtic reserves defeated MCR 2-1 while Carrick Town continued their good start to the season with a 3-1 win over Chaffpool United with Stephen Sirle on target twice for the home side while Chaffpool also scored an og. Glenview Stars proved too strong for Dromore Villa, winning 4-1. Manor Rangers recorded their first win of the season when they defeated Gurteen Celtic 3-0 while Real Tubber proved too strong for Boyle Celtic reserves as they emerged 3-1 winners.

Cleary Landscapes and Pitch Maintenance Division One: In the St John’s B gam,e Arrow Harps played a suspended player Kevin Coleman and therefore forfeit the points. Coolaney United beat Easkey Harps 2-0.