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Hanover Harps v Burrin Celtic 16/11
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6th placed Hanover Harps play host to 2nd placed Burrin Celtic at The Plots (Hanover Harps) at 2:30 pm

Hanover Harps's last result was a poor 0-3 loss at home against Vale Wanderers.
Form: L W L D L    Home Form: L L L

Burrin Celtic's last result was a confident 4-1 win at home against Parkville United.
Form: W D W W L    Away Form: D W W

Prediction: Away Win for Burrin Celtic
15/11/2019 08:39
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Burrin Celtic 3 - 0 Slaney Rovers B 10/11
Conor QUINN displays great form with two goals as Burrin Celtic take all points from Slaney Rovers B.
6th placed Burrin Celtic won 3-0 against their visitors, 3rd placed Slaney Rovers B at The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic) at 2 pm

Burrin Celtic
Form: W L W L D

Slaney Rovers B
Form: L L L W W W

Scorers: (Burrin Celtic) Darragh QUINN,Conor QUINN (2)
15/11/2019 08:39
Trinity Donaghmede v Burrin Celtic
LFA Cup 25/10 20:00
Trinity Donaghmede 3 - 0 Burrin Celtic

Trinity Donaghmeade AFC 3 – 0 Burrin Celtic AFC.

Both teams were quickly into their stride and they both pressing to gain the advantage under lights on Friday night. Both teams went close in the early stages but couldn’t convert. In general, the game was played at a really fast pace, with great defending from both teams. However, on the half-hour mark Trinity broke and from out wide right the ball was passed into Trinity’s striker and he hit a deflected shot which deceived Craig Doyle and the ball ended up in the net to give Trinity a slender 1-0 lead. Trinity’s winger broke Burrin’s‘offside trap’ and finished well to give Trinity a comfortable 2-0 lead, that they took into half-time. Burrin came out, in the second-half, with a lot more determination and they got into the game a lot more, as they put the Trinity defence under more pressure and Eli Byrne, broke down Trinity’s left, but his fantastic shot went just wide and the chance went abegging. Liam Brennan and Darragh Quinn went close with efforts too. Whilst time was running out, Burrin looked as if they could still get back into the game. However, with just five minutes to go, Trinity sealed their win with another goal to make it 3-0, as a ‘cut-back’ to an on-rushing midfielder, was easily slotted home. It was a very good team performance from Trinity, who were more clinical than Burrin. Standing out for Burrin were Dave Wilson, Darragh Quinn and Eli Byrne.

01/11/2019 22:06
Burrin Celtic v Parkville United
Youths league 26/10 14:30
Burrin Celtic 4 - 1 Parkville United

Burrin Celtic AFC 4 - 1 Parkville United AFC.

It was a very even start to this game, with both sides nullifying their respective attacks and there were no clear-cut chances at all. As half-time approached, Burrin’s Dan Smyth latched on to a ball close in and tapped home for 1-0, but their lead only lasted two minutes, as Parkville’s Myles Hutton picked up a ball on the edge of the box and unleashed an unstoppable shot, that flew into the net to equalise at 1-1. Just before the interval, Burrin re-took the lead, when Dan Smyth was fouled in the box and he ‘dusted himself down’ and scored the penalty with consummate ease to make it 2-1 and that was the half-time score.

Burrin had a great start to the second-half, when within five minutes, they increased their lead, when Dara O’Donoghue raced on to a through ball and coolly finished to make the score 3-1. Soon after, Parkville were reduced to ten men, as they lost a man to a ‘red card’ with twenty five minutes to go and they were going to have ‘a mountain to climb’ to get anything out of this game. Parkville did step up their efforts and they did create some good scoring chances, but they were all spurned, as it wasn’t meant to be and Burrin completed the scoring on eighty eight minutes, as a lovely cross from Diego Dunne, was turned in by Adam Nolan to make it 4-1 and that’s how it ended. It was a great team performance from the Burrin boys, whilst standing out for Parkville were Dylan Gorman-Comerford, Dylan Sheridan, Cillian Fagan and Paddy Reilly.

01/11/2019 22:05
Burrin Celtic v Ballymurin Celtic
Lfa U18 Cup 19/10 14:30
Burrin Celtic 3 - 2 Ballymurin Celtic

Burrin Celtic 3

Ballymurin Celtic 2

There was a very entertaining start to this well contested match, with both teams knocking the ball around the pitch really well.

It was Burrin who struck first on eleven minutes when a corner taken by Dara O’Donoghue was steered home at the near post by Dan Smyth to give Burrin a 1-0 lead. The same two players combined for the next two goals with Dara O’Donoghue proving the assist for Dan Smyth to score again for his brace and then he was brought down for a penalty and Dan Smyth stepped up to score and make it 3-0 and complete his hat-trick all by the half-hour mark. Ballymurin did pull a goal back before the interval when Cathal Roche burst through the Burrin defence and he was one on one with the Burrin keeper and he coolly finished to make the score at the interval 3-1 to Burrin.

Ballymurin’s performance was much improved in the second half and they caused lots of problems for the Burrin defenders and on fifty-five minutes Cathal Roche scored again to notch his brace with a simple tap-in thereby reducing Burrin’s lead to just one. Ballymurin pushed hard for an equaliser but the Burrin defence stood strong and firm until the end to keep their 3-2 lead.

Standing out for Burrin were hat-trick hero Dan Smyth, Lorcan Doyle and Jake Somers, whilst all of the Ballymurin team worked hard until the end of the game.

01/11/2019 21:52
Burrin Celtic v Killeshin FC B
Div Two 20/10 14:00
Burrin Celtic 6 - 0 Killeshin FC B

Burrin Celtic 6

Killeshin FC ‘B’ 0

Burrin secured their first junior win in several years with a dominant performance over an understrength Killeshin side. Burrin started the game well and were 3 nil up in the first 20 minutes with a hat trick from Michael O’Leary. Killeshin tried to get into the game but Burrin were physically stronger and handled anything Killeshin threw at them. Burrin applied the pressure and had many more chances with Craig Doyle in goal for Burrin having little to do in the first half. O’Leary scored the fourth just before half time. Killeshin tried to get into the game but the Burrin defence stood firm and dealt with everything that came their way. Killeshin had few chances but had some good passing spells, David Wilson scoring the fifth after the hour mark with a good attacking spell from the home side. Eli Byrne scored the 6th and final goal with 15 minutes to go. A good solid for Burrin. John Kinsella, Michael O Leary, Eoin Smithers, David Wilson were best for the home side. Dylan Lawlor, Danny Brennan and Evan Treacy tried hardest for the visitors.

01/11/2019 21:50
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Burrin Celtic Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
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