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Bridge Rovers 0 - 3 Dolmen Celtic 24/9

Bridge Rovers suffer defeat to Dolmen Celtic.
Bridge Rovers were beaten at home by Dolmen Celtic at Bridge Rovers Home Ground at 11 am

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

Mill Celtic v Dolmen Celtic
Herald Striker Division 17/09 14:00
Mill Celtic 2 - 6 Dolmen Celtic

Mill Celtic 2

Dolmen Celtic 6

The Carlow team came out on top in this battle of the Celts in this high scoring encounter in Ballytore on Sunday.

The home side started well but were caught on the counter attack and Danny Thompson scored for Dolmen on 15 minutes. He doubled his tally five minutes later as the Carlow town side played some excellent football with Joe Lea, Conor Byrne and Kevin Coakley prominent. Paul Core volleyed home to make it 3-0 before the break.

The home side started the second half in a positive fashion and James Corcoran turned home a Dylan Wynne cross to reduce the deficit. However, Thompson scored his hat-trick with a neat finish and Paul Core grabbed his second of the game on 60 minutes. Mill responded again and James Corcoran capitalised after Dylan Wynne’s shot was blocked. Thompson rounded off a brilliant performance when he grabbed his fourth goal before the end.

Best for the winners were Paul Core, Kevin Coakley and Joe Lea while for Mill Andy Horan, James Corcoran and Eric Mackey stood out.

Dolmen Celtic v Slaney Rovers
Herald Striker Division 10/09 11:00
Dolmen Celtic 3 - 2 Slaney Rovers

Dolmen Celtic 3

Slaney Rovers 2

Dolmen came out on top between these two newly promoted team in St. Patrick’s College on Sunday.

The home side opened the scoring as early as the fourth minute when Colin Nolan set up Joe Lea to score. Celtic kept up the pressure and Nolan and Danny Thompson were causing problems for the Slaney defence. Thompson was rewarded for his efforts when he beat two defenders and slotted the ball home on 30 minutes. However, the visitors responded immediately and Paddy Farrell reduced the deficit when he finished off a cross by Eoin Curran just before the break.

The Rathvilly side began the second half on the front foot and deservedly equalised when Shane Murphy slipped in Eoin Curran to equalise on 79 minutes. Joe Lea and Conor Byrne went close for the Carlow Town side before Thompson sent a pile driver to the net following a free kick on 85 minutes to wrap up the three points.

Best for the winners were Niall Davis, Patrick O’Brien and Conor Byrne. For Slaney Shane Murphy, Regan Murphy and Shane McGannon were outstanding.

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Dolmen Celtic Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Sunday 24 September 2017
Bridge Rovers03Dolmen Celtic11:00Local
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