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Dolmen Celtic v Courtown Hibs 20/10
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Dolmen Celtic play host to Courtown Hibs at St Patricks College (dolmen Celtic) at 11 am

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

16/10/2019 12:31
Dolmen Celtic v Hanover Harps
13/10/2019 22:10
Ballymurphy Celtic v Dolmen Celtic
Premier Division 22/09 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 3 - 4 Dolmen Celtic

Ballymurphy Celtic 3

Dolmen Celtic 4

Dolmen got their Premier Division season off to a winning start, Joe Doran and John Nangle both netted twice as they won by the odd goal in seven.

The visitors got off to the perfect start, Doran netting twice in the first 17 minutes as Dolmen led 2-0. Ballymurphy regrouped and began to get a foothold in the game but it wasn't until five minutes before the break that they reduced the arrears, Thomas Doyle setting up Kevin Foley to score and leave the minimum between the teams at the break.

Ten minutes into the second half the sides were level, Doyle was fouled in the area and Foley netted his second from the spot. Foley then headed an effort off the crossbar before Dolmen struck again, Nangle giving them the lead on 70 minutes. When Nangle netted again with ten minutes remaining it looked like that was it but Ballymurphy found the target again, this time through Thomas Doyle to set up the grandstand finish. The hosts pressed for the final few minutes but despite the pressure they couldn’t break down a resolute Dolmen rear-guard and the visitors claimed the points.

Best for Ballymurphy included Kevin Foley, Anto Jordan and Thomas Doyle.

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13/10/2019 22:10
Dolmen Celtic v Dublin Airport
LFA Cup 06/10 13:00
Dolmen Celtic 3 - 3 Dublin Airport
Dolman Celtic hosted Dublin airport on Sunday afternoon in the Leinster junior cup in st Patrick’s college in Carlow. The Dublin side started the brighter but it was dolmen who took the lead after john nangle netted. DAA continued to press and got an equaliser on the half hour mark. They continued to push dolmen back and took the lead on 35 minutes. But this was to spark dolmen into life and just on half time conor Byrne netted and the teams went in all square at half time. Dolmen started the brighter of the two teams in the second half and took the lead again when keelan Lacey netted. But once again Dublin airport hit back to equalize and set up a thrilling finale. There were chances for both sides to win it but the game stayed 3-3 and extra time was needed. The two periods of extra time passed with very few changes and the two teams could not be separated again. The match went to a shootout and it was Dublin airport who took the spoils after a thrilling shootout. It ended 7-6 to Dublin airport after sudden death. It was a great match played in great spirits by two evenly matched teams.
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06/10/2019 16:24
Hanover Harps v Dolmen Celtic
Shield 08/09 11:00
Hanover Harps 5 - 1 Dolmen Celtic

Hanover Harps 5

Dolmen Celtic 1

Harps eased into the second round of the KCLR Shield after this all Premier Division tie.

Harps started the better of the sides and Dylan Walsh almost opened the scoring in the first minute, only a fine save keeping his effort out. Efforts from distance followed from Simon O’Shea and Walsh before Harps eventually opened the scoring midway through the half. Dylan Walsh swung in a corner and Ray Walker got his head on it to put Hanover one up. Celtic’s response was a Danny Thompson shot which was smartly saved by Craig Walker ten minutes before the break.

If the first half was an even affair the second was completely one sided as Harps upped a gear and reaped the rewards. On 55 minutes they netted their second, Ray Walker again using his head to make it 2-0. Ten minutes later the third arrived, Dylan Walsh stealing the ball from a defender 25 yards from goal before curling a beauty into the top corner. Hanover kept pushing and the goals kept coming, Simon O’Shea also finding the top corner from 20 yards with a sweet volley made it 4-0 before quick thinking from Johnny Waters set O’Shea free to slot his second and Harps fifth with two minutes left. Dolmen did find a goal from a corner on 90 minutes but was too little too late for the visitors.

Best for Hanover included Craig Walker, Phil Neenan, Dillon Murphy and Niall Kenny

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21/09/2019 21:28
Club Summary
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Dolmen Celtic Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
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Sunday 20 October 2019
FAI Junior Cup
Dolmen CelticCourtown HibsSt Patricks College (dolmen Celtic)11:00Mick Murphy
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