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Ballymurphy Celtic v Crettyard United
25/11 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 1 - 2 Crettyard United

Ballymurphy Celtic 1

Crettyard 2

Crettyard travelled to Ballymurphy for a hard earned three points today. Crettyard started out on a stronger note with great link play between midfield and strikers. This paid off on the 15th min when great linkup play from Patrice Whelan and Chloe Ryan found Demi Donovan to put Crettyard one up on 15 minutes. Ballymurphy however didn't gave up and battled hard until the half.

Crettyard came out in the second half and dominated from the start. The second goal came on the 47th minute when Deirdre O'Shea crossed in a corner and found Aisling Behan who made no mistake from close range. Crettyard appeared to be in a comfortable position until a defensive error allowed Ballymurphy back into proceedings late on but Crettyard held on for a deserved three points with Alanna Waters, Claire Kelly and Marie Meagher excelling.

01/12/2018 22:23
Killeshin FC v Ballymurphy Celtic
Premier Division 18/11 11:00
Killeshin FC 1 - 2 Ballymurphy Celtic

Killeshin FC 1

Ballymurphy Celtic 2

Celtic made it two wins in as many weeks as early season leaders Killeshin were beaten at home by a Ballymurphy side that played 80 minutes with ten men.

Killeshin started the better of the teams and looked in total control when Celtic lost a man to a red card after just ten minutes. But as is often the case the side reduced in numbers responded better and hit the front just minutes later. Thomas Doyle and Kevin Foley combined to set up Mikey Whelan to score. Killeshin’s response was almost immediate as Eoin Lowry levelled matters. The remainder of the half saw Killeshin dominate but James Kelly, Paul Foley, Gary Kelly and Ben Coleman repelled everything that Killeshin threw at them and the teams went into the break at 1-1.

The second half was much the same as Celtic defended deep and Killeshin dominating but with just minutes left Celtic hit the hosts with a sucker punch. Ted Joyce burst up the field and his run was halted at the expense of a free kick. Kevin Foley smashed the dead ball off the post but Mikey Whelan was quickest to react to the loose ball and he slotted home the winner for Ballymurphy as the ten men claimed an unlikely win.

Best for Celtic included Chris Coleman, James Kelly and Mikey Whelan while Killeshin’s best were John Flemming and Brian Mullen

01/12/2018 21:48
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Ballymurphy Celtic Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Sunday 30 December 2018
Nationalist Premier Division
Ballymurphy CelticSt Fiacc's FCBallymurphy11:00Mick Monaghan
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