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Slaney Rovers v Round Tower Rovers 26/3
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2nd placed Slaney Rovers play host to 6th placed Round Tower Rovers at Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers at 11 am

Slaney Rovers's last result was a narrow 2-3 win away against Dolmen Celtic. They are currently on a winning streak of 4 games.They They have won 6 out of 7 home games.
Form: W W W W L W W L W L W W D W W    Home Form: W W W L W W W

Round Tower Rovers's last game was a poor 0-3 loss at home against Bagenalstown AFC.
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Prediction: Home Win for Slaney Rovers
26/03/2023 05:58
Round Tower Rovers v New Oak Boys B
Div Two 12/12 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 6 - 1 New Oak Boys B

Round Tower Rovers 6-1 New Oak Boys B

Round Tower Rovers continued their home winning streak against New Oak Boys B on Sunday. The game started evenly, with both teams playing on the front foot in tricky conditions. After ten minutes, Rovers went ahead when Conor Booth poked the ball in from a corner. Then Mick Keogh extended the lead for Round Tower Rovers after getting on the end of a through ball and finishing cooly to make it 2-0. Straight from the New Oak kick-off, some good football allowed New Oak's Keenan Geoghean to set up Robert Purcell, who pulled a goal back and made it 2-1. However, both sides showed outstanding commitment in the tackle, and on the half-hour mark, another long ball caught out New Oak's backline and left Mickey Keogh through on goal to claim his second of the game and put Round Tower Rovers 3-1 ahead. Rovers made it 4-0 before the break when Mick Keogh squared the ball to Paddy Brady, who got his second goal of the season by slotting past the New Oak keeper.

The second half was not as frantic with Round Tower Rovers content with their three-goal lead, but credit to New Oak, they never gave up trying to get back into the game. Nevertheless, the game was then over as a contest twenty-five minutes into the second half when Conor Booth scored again from a corner. Five minutes later, the final nail in the coffin came when Round Tower's Ruairi O'Connor scored to make the final score 6-1 in favour of Round Tower Rovers. On the day, Daniel Hayden, Jesse Clarke, and Callum Carter never stopped battling for New Oak.

12/12/2021 20:04
St. Joseph's FC v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 05/12 14:00
St. Joseph's FC 1 - 2 Round Tower Rovers

Saint Joseph's FC 1 – 2 Round Tower Rovers

Saint Joseph's suffered their first defeat of the season at home to Round Tower Rovers on Sunday afternoon. In the first half, a poor showing from the Saints saw them go in 1-0 down at halftime. Then, a catastrophic error in the backline just one minute into the second half saw them go 2-0 down and face an uphill battle against a Round Tower side defending well. St. Joseph's dominated the second half, and Tom Mitchell had three clear chances that he couldn't convert. However, they were awarded a penalty in the 70th minute after constant pressure on the Rovers backline, which Kuba Brzezinski converted. Padraig Webb came close to equalising in the last minute when his free kick went agonisingly wide. Round Tower Rovers defended well and went home with all three points. An overall poor showing from St. Joseph's, while Robert Timmons and Kuba Brzezinski both put in a respectful performance each.

05/12/2021 21:32
Tully's Travel Division 2022/23
Round Tower Rovers 0 - 3 Bagenalstown AFC 19/3
Round Tower Rovers lose to Bagenalstown AFC.
6th placed Round Tower Rovers were beaten at home by League leaders Bagenalstown AFC at Timahoe Community Hall(round Tower Rovers) at 11 am

Round Tower Rovers
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Bagenalstown AFC has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 14 out of its last 15 games.
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26/03/2023 05:58
Round Tower Rovers v St. Joseph's FC
div 2 cup 17/04 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 3 - 2 St. Joseph's FC
This was another absolutely brilliant game of football between the two top teams unfolded in Timahoe on a rainy Sunday morning, but the weather certainly didn't dampen the passion and performance shown by both teams. The Saints started strong and immediately went on the attack and opened the scoring through their top goal scorer Tom Mitchell in the 5th minute when Padraig Webb drove at the heart of the Rovers defence and passed neatly for Mitchell to finish from 6 yards. The Joeys lead didn’t last long when Kieran Delaney stepped up to finish past the Joeys team from the edge of the box. The Saints pulled back in front when Fredo Eyong scored with a tidy finish at the back post, this time Mitchell becoming the provider for Eyong. A well deserved goal for Eyong, for his exceptional work rate and attacking play. Rovers equalised for a second time when a Cian Dowling Byrne shot was saved well by the keeper only to fall into the path of Enda Butler who rifled it home. Just before the break was when Rovers took the lead for the first time when a good ball from the left from Darren Byrne was send home by Ben O’Reilly, in what proved to be the match winner. The Saints began to dominate the second half by playing fantastic football for both their fans and the neutral to enjoy. Kieran Carey had a great chance to level for the Saints when he found himself with time and space in the middle of the box but his shot was blocked by a Rovers defender. The Saints tried valiantly to score their third goal of the game but for all their magnificent play they could not find the net and Rovers went through to the next round. A really fantastic game of football between both teams with Brandon Sheehan, Jack Murphy and Evan McGuire standing out for the Saints.
17/04/2022 21:01
Round Tower Rovers v Slaney Rovers
carlow cup r3 13/04 18:30
Round Tower Rovers 3 - 4 Slaney Rovers
Slaney found themselves 2 nil down, before good combination plays between Dominic Byrne and John Martin, with the latter`s effort rebounding off the post into the path of Lubomir Lesko for a simple tap in on 35 minutes. The newly crowned league champions restored their two goal advantage before a Byrne effort rebounded off the crossbar and ball fell kindly for Eoin Curran to blast home on 43 minutes for 3 - 2 at the break. Slaney drew parity following good build up play between Lesko and Daniel O`Brien on the left wing and a fine finish from John Martin on 70 minutes. It was going to take something special to separate the sides and Lubomir Lesko delivered with a brilliant solo goal to advance to the next round and reward the efforts of Ted Redmond, Regan Murphy and Rory McColl.
17/04/2022 21:01
Baltinglass Town v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 06/04 18:30
Baltinglass Town 1 - 7 Round Tower Rovers

On a wet a windy night in Baltinglass, the home side started the game on the front foot and scored after 5 minutes. A sublime long-range pass from Tom Parker fell to Gary Carroll, who made no mistake to put Baltinglass 1-0 up. However, things began to shift shortly after, and Round Tower Rovers began to dominate most of the game. With the aid of the wind, Baltinglass found it difficult to defend the constant attacking pressure put forward by Round Tower Rovers, who scored 4 goals to lead 1-4 at half time.

In the second half, Baltinglass did start the better of the two and played some nice soccer, but with an unfortunate injury to their goalkeeper, Baltinglass lost all hope of a comeback. Round Tower constantly applied the pressure on the Baltinglass defence and eventually scored 3 more goals to leave the score line as 1-7.

17/04/2022 20:42
Round Tower Rovers v Burrin Celtic
Div Two 27/03 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 1 - 2 Burrin Celtic
On Sunday, second-placed Round Tower Rovers were marginally beaten at home by League leaders Burrin Celtic at Timahoe Community Hall. In a back and forth first half with plenty of chances, Round Tower Rovers took a 1-0 lead over their title-chasing rivals. However, Burrin's Micheal O'Leary seized a golden opportunity just 3 minutes before half-time to equalise on this very warm day in Timahoe. In the second half, this remained a hard-fought game between the two evenly matched teams. In fact, it took one moment to decide the game. A free for Burrin, taken by Adam Deacon, bounced over the Round Tower goalkeeper's head late in the second half. This goal understandably devastated the home side while also sealing the well-deserved 3 points for Burrin Celtic. Best for Burrin Adam Deacon, Sean Tracey, and Nick Mullins.
27/03/2022 18:26
Fortbarrington FC v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 06/03 14:00
Fortbarrington FC 1 - 5 Round Tower Rovers

Round Tower Rovers maintained their push for the Division 2 title by making the trip to Athy to take on Fortbarrington. Although coming into the game on the back of six straight defeats, Fortbarrington took the game to the visitors early, thus creating plenty of chances for teams in the first half. Nonetheless, Rovers found the breakthrough after 20 minutes, coming from the capable left boot of Mickey Keogh. Ten minutes later, Baltinglass and Keogh found another goal after a brilliant volley soared past the Fortbarrington goalkeeper. However, Fortbarrington did not let these two goals affect their desire to find the back of the net and scored one just before half-time. A beautiful over-the-top ball found Brandon Brennan in space, who coolly finished leaving the half-time score 2-1.

In the second half, Rovers pushed to score more goals to win the game. For the majority of the half, they dominated the chances and possession. Enda Butler made it 3-1 to Round Tower with a superb strike, and Mickey Keogh was unfortunate not to complete the hat trick shortly after. Nevertheless, Rovers did find two more goals against a Fortbarrington team that had given it their all. These goals came through strikes by Ben O’Reilly and Benny Quigley and ensured the 5-1 victory for Round Tower Rovers. An exciting game with plenty of opportunities, this win means that Rovers maintain their challenge within this Division 2 title race.

13/03/2022 15:06
Slaney Rovers B v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 30/01 14:00
Slaney Rovers B 1 - 4 Round Tower Rovers

This game started at a blistering pace, with two goals in the first five minutes. Round Tower Rovers started the most potent of the two, scoring within the opening seconds from the head of Colum Dunne from a corner. Slaney responded within a minute as Kyle Byrne calmly slotted home a clever pass from Adrian Doyle to make it 1-1. Before the first half could end, Rovers recovered the lead after a great over the top ball from Daire McDonald found Mick Keogh, who finished well over the keeper. Rovers then found a third when Joey Quigley switched the ball to Paddy Brady, who slotted past the keeper. Halftime and the score was 3-1 in favour of Round Tower Rovers.

After the restart, Slaney's Kyle Byrne thought he had reduced the deficit with a long-range speculative effort, which then rebounded to safety off the far post. However, Round Tower Rovers kept the lead through the second half and found a fourth goal late into the half from the head of substitute Conor Fitzpatrick. This goal ultimately left the final score as Slaney Rovers B 1 – 4 Round Tower Rovers. Best for Round Tower Rovers - Mick Keogh, Joey Quigley, and Paddy Brady. Best for Slaney Rovers - Keith Slye, Fergal Donegan, and Dylan Connors.

30/01/2022 20:20
Round Tower Rovers v Nurney Villa
Div Two 09/01 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 4 - 2 Nurney Villa

Rovers started their 2022 off with a 4-2 win in Timahoe against an improved Nurney Villa team. Rovers started strong with tremendous pressure from the wing. They then found the breakthrough from an excellent finish by Mickey Keogh to make it 1-0 to Round Tower. However, Villa hit back to level when a well-worked move saw Martin Mullins cross for Pakie Fleming to head home. Nurney then went ahead in the 39th minute when a Pakie Fleming free kick into the area was headed home by Kyle Harenberg before Round Tower's Paddy Brady equalised before the break. Halftime Round Tower Rovers 2 - 2 Nurney Villa.

In the second half, Nurney Villa upped the pressure and almost found a third goal only for the fingertips of Round Tower's William Oxley. Rovers then found a third of their own from the header of Colum Dunne from a corner. Nurney played well but still couldn't force an equaliser. Finally, a goal in the dying minutes from Round Tower's Enda Butler put the nail in the coffin. It made the final score Round Tower Rovers 4 - 2 Nurney Villa.

Best for Nurney were Andy O'Brien, Mick Murphy, Joe Byrne and Thomas Murphy.

Best for Round Tower Rovers were William Oxley, Paddy Brady and Enda Butler.

16/01/2022 21:02
Burrin Celtic v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 27/11 19:30
Burrin Celtic 4 - 1 Round Tower Rovers

Burrin Celtic 4 - 1 Round Tower Rovers

This game was a clash of 2 in-form teams. After a fast start and chances for both teams, Burrin Celtic fired home first when Liam Brennan struck a superb strike from 30 yards on the half-hour mark to leave it 1-0 at half-time.

After the Break, Burrin pushed strong and played some great football. Their efforts were rewarded when a mix up in the Round Tower Rovers defence allowed Burrin's Sean Tracey to pounce to make it 2-0 with an excellent finish. Later Round Tower Rovers managed to score and looked to get back into the game after some good play from their midfield. However, Burrin's Cian Byrne's tireless efforts managed to bag him a second-half brace in a convincing performance from Burrin, which saw the game finish 4-1.

Best for Burrin were Conor Ruane, Liam Brennan, and Cian Byrne

05/12/2021 21:18
Round Tower Rovers v Vale Wanderers B
Div Two 21/11 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 6 - 2 Vale Wanderers B

Round Tower Rovers 6-2 Vale Wanderers B

A depleted Vale side made the long journey to Timahoe to face the unbeaten Round Tower Rovers. The Timahoe side continued their goalscoring form at home. Vale dominated much of the first half, taking the game to Rovers, and sharing most of the chances and possession. However, it was Round Tower's Cian Dowling Byrne who came to the end of a through ball and slotted past the Vale keeper. 1-0 to Round Tower Rovers, who protected this lead for the rest of the half despite the heavy pressure from Vale.

The second half started slowly, but Round Tower's big men dominated as Vale struggled to get the ball down and play. Round Tower Rovers found a second goal quickly when a diving header from Conor Booth left the keeper no chance. However, Vale didn't give up and moments later had a great opportunity only for the effort from close range to be kept out by Rover’s keeper William Oxley. Still, Vale responded well, and as Lee Conran ran past a defender in the box, he was fouled, leaving the ref to award a penalty to Vale. Conran then dusted himself off to convert and make it 2-1. Although Vale couldn't build on this, the next goal proved decisive, when Enda Butler finished on the volley, beating the Vale keeper at the front post. Rovers then extended their lead further through Conor Booth. Vale further pulled one back through Conor Byrne, but goals from Cian Dowling Byrne and Bernard Wheatley late on sealed all three points for Round Tower Rovers. Best for Vale on a disappointing afternoon were PJ Haughney, Lee Conran, and Conor Byrne.

28/11/2021 15:24
Round Tower Rovers v Fortbarrington FC
Div Two 14/11 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 5 - 1 Fortbarrington FC

Round Tower Rovers 5 - 1 Fortbarrington FC

Rovers had another successful day out in Timahoe today against a solid Fortbarrington side. Round Tower dominated the chances early on and forced the breakthrough when Cian Dowling Byrne finished past the Fortbarrington keeper. Rovers doubled their lead minutes later when a kick from keeper William Oxley found Conor Booth, who set up the play for Mickey Keogh to find the net. Rovers found a third before the break, once again from Cian Dowling Byrne.

In the second half, Rovers continued their dominance, finding a fourth from the head of Conor Booth. Fortbarrington pulled one back from a free kick. But Rovers got the fifth and final goal just before the full-time whistle when Bernard Wheatley slotted past the keeper, making the final score 5-1 in favour of Round Tower Rovers.

28/11/2021 15:02
Round Tower Rovers v Slaney Rovers B
Div Two 07/11 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 8 - 0 Slaney Rovers B

Round Tower Rovers 8 - 0 Slaney Rovers B

Round Tower Rovers ran riot at home against Slaney Rovers B on Saturday morning at the Timahoe Community Hall. Slaney had the first shots but failed to threaten Rover’s goalkeeper William Oxley. Rovers found the breakthrough from the aftermath when Cian Dowling Byrnes solo run from the halfway line was finished well into the far post. Rovers found a second when Niall Donoher was first to a rebound. A third came from a cultured finish by Mickey Keogh. A fourth came from Cian Dowling Byrnes again. A fifth before halftime was finished by Niall Donoher after a great through ball from midfield. Halftime Score - Round Tower Rovers 5 - 0 Slaney Rovers B.

The second half began with Slaney playing well and increasing the pressure but still struggling to threaten the Rovers defence. Mickey Keogh was fouled outside the box and scored from the resulting free kick. Niall Donoher completed his hattrick shortly after, finishing the ball into an empty net. From there, Colum Dunne made it 8 on the 80th minute with a screamer of a shot. Daniel Curran, Tom Redmond, and Kyle Byrne gave their all for Slaney, but Rovers went home happy, continuing their unbeaten start to the season.

14/11/2021 21:25
Hanover Harps B v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 31/10 14:00
Hanover Harps B 5 - 5 Round Tower Rovers

Hanover Harps B 5-5 Round Tower Rovers

Round Tower Rovers and Hanover Harps B played out an entertaining 5 5 draw in Hanover, where tricky conditions led to a day of goals in the Plots on Sunday. Hanover started strong and on the front foot from the off. They were awarded a penalty in the 22nd minute when Dylan Twohig was fouled in the box. Hanover's Jarno Fischer slotted the spot-kick home, making it 1-0 to Hanover. Round Tower equalized through a wonder strike from Ben O'Reilly and then went ahead when Enda butler made it 2-1. Still, in the second half, Hanover scored from the next attack. Twohig's corner was met by Fischer, who scored his second.

Hanover were soon in front by another when Brandon Redmond slotted in Fischer, who slid the ball past the onrushing keeper, for his fourth hat trick in five games. Fischer then turned provider for Twohig on 65 minutes with a fierce strike that went in off the underside of the crossbar. 4-2 to Hanover. Rovers began to play well and fought back through a goal from Cian Dowling Byrne and a screamer of a shot from Mick Keogh to make the score 4-4. Hanover retook the lead in the 78th minute when Twohig was brought down again in the box, and Pa Carr coolly slotted home the resulting penalty. However, rovers showed tremendous spirit to grab a late equalizer through another Enda butler goal. Thus, an epic game ended 5-5! Best For Round Tower Rovers - Cian Dowling Byrne, Enda Butler. Best For Hanover Harps B - Mick Ryan, Alan Bolger Dylan Twohig and Alex O' Mara.

31/10/2021 20:11
Round Tower Rovers v Baltinglass Town
Div Two 24/10 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 3 - 3 Baltinglass Town

Round Tower Rovers 3-3 Baltinglass

In today's game played at the Timahoe community hall, Rovers started strong in the first half and created plenty of chances before taking the lead before the break from a lovely header scored by Berger Byrne. Baltinglass had chances and were unlucky not to find an equaliser, with only the head of the Rovers keeper denying them. The score at halftime was 1-0 in favour of the home side.

The second half started well for Baltinglass, who had the share of possession. Eventually, Baltinglass forced an equaliser from a well-struck free kick. From there, they took the lead minutes later. But Rovers pushed back and equalised through a fine strike from Paddy Brady. The Baltinglass pressure continued, and once again, they took the lead. Before a late Conor Booth goal ensured both teams shared the spoils. Final Score Round Tower Rovers 3-3 Baltinglass.

24/10/2021 20:59
Nurney Villa v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 10/10 14:00
Nurney Villa 0 - 3 Round Tower Rovers

Nurney Villa 0 - 3 Round Tower Rovers

This game saw Round Tower Rovers come away with a good away win in Nurney, to pick up all 3 points at the first time of asking. Nurney started well and put the Rovers defence under pressure early, but Round Tower held out well before taking the lead after 25 minutes; With the Nurney goalkeeper dropping the ball from a brilliant delivery from a corner kick, leaving the ball to be put over the line by Rovers. Nurney fought hard for an equaliser, but Rovers remained too strong, with William Oxley pushing away a free kick from the edge of the box, denying a certain goal for Nurney. Rovers then increased their lead just before half-time with a second goal created by a precision perfect weighted ball from Ben O'Reilly, making it 2-0 to Round Tower at the break.

In the second half, Nurney worked hard and played some excellent football to put Round Tower under pressure at times, with some great play throughout the game from Nurney's Martin Mullins, Rian Farrell and Joe Byrne. But Nurney could not break down the Rovers defence of Colm Byrne, Ben Dunne, Enda Butler and James Fitzgerald, who defended excellently and looked determined to keep a clean sheet. And the game was over in the 88th minute when Rovers added their third goal when Enda Butler headed home from a Round Tower set-piece, capping off a great away performance and putting in a man of the match display.

Final Score - Nurney Villa 0 - 3 Round Tower Rovers

23/10/2021 21:53
Ardattin Athletic FC v Round Tower Rovers
KCLR Shield 05/09 11:00
Ardattin Athletic FC 3 - 2 Round Tower Rovers

Ardattin got back to winning ways after battling back from 1-2 down at half time to beat Rovers who were looking for their first 3 points in the league stage of the Carlow Shield.

Will Doran was unlucky in the first 5 minutes to see his chip over the keeper go over the bar. Ardattin played the better football but wasted a lot of chances to score until the 30th minute. Great work by Griffin Kennedy coming through midfield, laying the ball on for Will Doran to make it 1-0. Rovers quickly found an equaliser when a good ball from Ben O’Reilly at a corner found Cian Dowling Byrne, who slotted past the helpless keeper. Cian doubled his tally before half time, once again beating everyone in the air for the ball at a corner. The second half saw Ardattin up their game, Will Doran again unlucky not to score early on. Griffin Kennedy denied a few minutes later after going 1 on 1 with the keeper. Some great battling by Glen Higgins on the wing saw him link up with Eoin Brennan, who got the ball to Graham Byrne for Ardattins second to make it 2-2. Will Doran denied again on 72 minutes, a great header saved by Rover’s keeper. Ardattin got their 3rd a few minutes later from Brian Byrne, to make it 3-2. Rovers piled the pressure on for the last 10 minutes which saw Anto Moran make two great saves on the line in the 80th and 88th minutes. Best for Ardattin were Glen Higgins, Graham Byrne, Eoin Brennan.

12/09/2021 21:13
Round Tower Rovers v Slaney Rovers
KCLR Shield 29/08 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 1 - 6 Slaney Rovers
Slaney ran out comfortable winners against a young RTR side. They started very quickly and Joe Thompson beat the offside trap to set up Conor O`Brien for the opening score on 12 minutes. When the home side had been denied a goal by a rebound off the angle, Daniel O`Brien at the other end, collected a long clearance and calmly slotted home on 35 minutes. RTR got on the scoresheet when Cian Dowling Byrne scored to leave it 1 – 2 at half-time. On 66 minutes a super cross from Thompson found Adam Keogh free at the back post to make it 1-3 and Keogh also showed a delph touch when he cleverly chipped the outcoming keeper for 1 – 4. Against a tiring defence Lubohir Lesko dribbled his way through twice for a late brace, to reward the efforts of Stephen Farrell, Regan Murphy and Rob O`Neill.
12/09/2021 21:10
Round Tower Rovers v St Patricks Boys B
Div Two 08/03 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 0 - 4 St Patricks Boys B

Round Tower Rovers 0

St Patrick’s Boys 4

St Pat’s took the lead after Thomas Sheehan finished low to the corner of the net. Conditions played a factor for both teams and Pat’s went into half time with the narrowest of leads.

Round Towers came out in the second half and played some good football and frustrated the away side. It wasn’t until the final ten minutes this game was put to bed when Thomas Sheehan found the net for a second time. After the restart Boys put the pressure on and a Dinny Farrell cross found its way to the back of the Rovers net. Thomas Sheehan rounded off the game with his hat trick which topped off a great away win for the Graiguecullen side.

Best for Pat’s David Pawlowitcz, Denis Byrne and Jamie Malone. Best for Round Tower was Darragh Carolan and William Oxley.

08/03/2020 21:17
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Round Tower Rovers Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
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19/03Div 1Round Tower Rovers03Bagenalstown AFC
12/03Carlow cupVale Wanderers A30Round Tower Rovers
05/03Div 1Mill Celtic40Round Tower Rovers
26/02Div 1Round Tower Rovers22Parkville United B
19/02Div 1Ardattin Athletic FC41Round Tower Rovers
12/02Div 1Crettyard United B40Round Tower Rovers
05/02Carlow cupRound Tower Rovers30Mill Celtic
29/01Div 1Round Tower Rovers44Dolmen Celtic
22/01Div 1Round Tower Rovers30Mill Celtic
15/01Div 1Round Tower Rovers63Slaney Rovers
08/01Div 1Dolmen Celtic13Round Tower Rovers
20/11Div 1Round Tower Rovers42Ardattin Athletic FC
13/11Div 1Round Tower Rovers24St. Patricks Boys B
06/11Div 1Bagenalstown AFC30Round Tower Rovers
16/10Div 1Round Tower Rovers33Crettyard United B
09/10Div 1Parkville United B06Round Tower Rovers
24/04div 2 cupRound Tower Rovers02Baltinglass Town
17/04div 2 cupRound Tower Rovers32St. Joseph's FC
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