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Match of the day 27th August
Parkville V Killeshin

Action shots of Parkville V Killeshin in the Carlow Shield

Action shots of Parkville V Killeshin
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04/09/2017
Ballymurphy Celtic

30/07/2017
Awards night Crettyard league and carlow cup champions

30/07/2017
Vale Wanderers v St Fiacc's FC
10/09/2017
Bagenalstown AFC v Nurney Villa

10/09/2017
Collinstown Park v Crettyard United
08/09/17 8 pm
LFA Senior Cup 08/09 20:00
Collinstown Park 3 - 0 Crettyard United

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10/09/2017
Hanover Harps v Ballymurphy Celtic
03/09/17 11 am
Premier Division 03/09 11:00
Hanover Harps 4 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic

Hanover Harps 4

Ballymurphy Celtic 0

Hanover opened their Premier Division campaign with a win over newly promoted Celtic on Sunday morning.

The visitors learnt a few harsh lessons about life in the top division as a clinical Harps punished them for a couple of misplaced passes with a couple of goals in the first half hour. Hanover applied the early pressure and Chris Coleman had already made a good save from Mark Davis before Simon O'Shea scored with a neat finish after been set up by Dylan Walsh who had pounced on a loose pass in midfield ten minutes in. Kevin Foley missed a chance to level the scores five minutes later when he went one v one on Harps keeper Eddie Darcy but the evergreen net minder smothered the shot and the chance was gone. Hanover doubled the lead shortly afterwards, Murt Bambrick picking up another stray pass before setting Alan Shaw through on goal and he made no mistake with a low strike beyond Coleman for 2-0 on the half hour.

The opening ten minutes of the second half saw Celtic have their best spell but they couldn't convert possession into goals and soon found themselves 3-0 down, O'Shea on the mark again as he curled a shot from the edge of the box into the bottom corner on the hour. Mark Davis was causing the Celtic defence all sorts of problems and he crashed an angled effort off the crossbar before he did eventually get on the score sheet with 15 minutes left. There appeared little danger when Davis picked up the ball on the side line but a little bit of magic and a drop of the shoulder left three defenders in his wake as he drove at goal, drifted past another defender and fired home from 18 yards to finish off the scoring.

Best for Hanover were Niall Swan, Sean Kavanagh, Dylan Walsh and Simon O'Shea. Impressing for Celtic in their first top flight appearance were Ger Foley, Kevin Foley and 'keeper Chris Coleman.

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04/09/2017