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Aughanagh Celtic sit proudly on top of the Super League after devastating performance at home to luckless Kilglass Inishowen. This was a resounding victory for Aughanagh who recorded a 7-0 win but even in defeat one has to admire the courage and resilience of a struggling Kilglass Inishscrone United whose never say die attitude can only be but an example to the rest.
St John’s had a hotly contested game against Strand Celtic with a late equaliser sealing a share of the spoils for Strand as the game finished 1-1, while Yeats United and Ballymote Celtic also couldn’t be separated at Carney as the game finished 2-2.
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Carrick Town saw their match with Ballygawley Celtic abandoned when they were winning 5-1 as the pitch was deemed to be unplayable. Goals from Stephen Sirle, Niall Comerton, Gerry Moore and Brian O’Donnell and an own goal had put Carrick in complete control before referee John Barry took the decision to end the game.
Manor Rangers had to settle for a point when they met Chaffpool United at the IT Sligo facility. Manor Rangers opened the scoring through Brian McDonald but a great strike from David Regan meant there was to be no seperating the sides.
Elsewhere, Real Tubber lead the pack in the Premier League after winning a high scoring encounter away to Cliffoney Celtic in Mullaghmore 5-3.
Glenview Stars secured all three points when they defeated Boyle Celtic Reserves 4-1 at Forthill while the game between Gurteen Celtic and Strand Celtic reserves finished in an incredible 5-5 draw.
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Leitrim Villa drew 2-2 with Aclare Celtic with their goals coming from Kevin Lynch and Niall Beirne while St John’s B lead Division One after a hard fought 1-1 draw at home to Coolaney United who shared the spoils thanks to a stunning own goal. Elsewhere, Merville emerged winners by the odd goal in five away to Easkey Harps.