Clare Soccer Results, League Tables and Fixtures – 13 September

Clare Soccer Results, League Tables and Fixtures – 13 September

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Action from today's Premier Division clash between league leaders Bridge United A and Avenue United A. Pic c/o Clare Soccer
Action from today’s Premier Division clash between league leaders Bridge United A and Avenue United A. Pic c/o Clare Soccer

All Clare Junior Soccer League fixtures went ahead this weekend in spite of the poor weather.

Newmarket Celtic A kept the pressure up on Premier Division leaders Bridge United A with an 8-2 defeat of Ennistymon A.

In the First Division, Shannon Town A further strengthened their push for promotion to the top flight with an 8-0 win over Lifford A.

In the Second Division there were wins for Turnpike, Manus, Bridge Utd B and Treaty Celtic.

In the Third Division meanwhile, Kilmaley Fern Celtic are on top spot on goal difference ahead of Tulla United B after the sides drew 2-2 on Sunday.

Sunday 13th September 2015
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Tulla Utd A 5-0 Shannon Olympic A
Sporting Ennistymon A 2-8 Newmarket Celtic A
Kildysart Celtic 1-2 Moher Celtic
Bridge Utd A 2-0 Avenue Utd A (pics below c/o CDSL)

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Rineanna Rvs 3A2 Kilrush Rangers
Bridge Celtic W/O Burren Utd Scr
Hermitage A 2-1 Newmarket Celtic B
Kilkishen Celtic 1-3 Mountshannon Celtic
Shannon Town A 7-0 Lifford
Connolly Celtic 2-3 Avenue Utd B

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Turnpike Rvs 3-0 Ennis Town B
Hermitage B 2-3 Treaty Celtic
Rhine Rvs 2-2 Coole FC
Manus Celtic 5-0 Bunratty/Cratloe
Bridge Utd B 5-4 West Clare FC
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Corofin Harps B 7-3 Shannon Olympic B
Kilmaley Fern Celtic 2-2 Tulla Utd B
Inch Crusaders 0-3 Shannon Town B (pics below c/o CDSL)

ThirdSaturday 12th September 2015
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Lifford 2-1 Ennis Town
Coole FC 5-3 Sporting Ennistymon
Shannon Town 6-1 Tulla Utd
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FIXTURES

Monday 14th September 2015
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McDonagh Park: Avenue Utd v Newmarket Celtic 6.15pm Shane Hayes

Saturday 19th September 2015
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Cassidy Pk: Lifford v Sporting Ennsitymon 2pm Dave McCarthy

McDonagh Pk: Newmarket Celtic v Tulla Utd 2pm Pa Gleeson

Lees Road: Ennis Town v Shannon Town 2pm Shane Hayes

Gort: Coole FC v Avenue Utd 2:30pm Niall Quinn

Sunday 20th September 2015
Munster Junior Cup 1st Round
Lynch Pk: Shannon Town B v Corofin Harps 11am Julian Sandford

Kilkishen: Kilkishen Celtic v Moher Celtic 2pm Flan Sheedy

Cassidy Pk: Lifford v Avenue Utd A 11am Padraig Sutton

Olympic Pk: Shannon Olympic v Bridge Utd B 11am Rob Hennessy

McDonagh Pk: Newmarket Celtic B v Inch Crusaders 1:30pm Frank Coote

Lees Road: Rhine Rvs v Ennis Town 11am Paul Hickey

College Pitch: Kildysart Celtic v Shannon Town A 2pm Dave McCarthy

Gort: Coole FC v Kilmaley Fern Celtic 11am Brian Punch

Lahinch: Sporting Ennistymon v Bridge Utd A 11am Michael Rock

Bridgetown: Bridge Celtic v Tulla Utd 11am Mark Rellis

Ballycasey: Rineanna Rvs v Avenue Utd B 2pm Julian Sandford

McDonagh Pk: Newmarket Celtic A v Kilrush Rangers 11am Shane Hayes

Note: In event of a draw 10 mins e/w ET & penalties if necessary in all cup matches

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Fairgreen: Hermitage A v Mountshannon Celtic 11am Flan Sheedy

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Lees Road Astro: Manus Celtic v Turnpike Rvs 2pm Pa Gleeson

Fairgreen: Hermitage B v West Clare FC 2pm Sean Kenneally

Bunratty: Bunratty/Cratloe v Treaty Celtic 11am Frank Coote

Suttons Lighting Third Division
Corofin: Corofin Harps B v Sporting Ennistymon B 2pm Lukasz Baranowski

Cragg: Tulla Utd B v St Pats 11am Sean Kenneally

Note: All results to be with Donal Kirby on 085-1765828 immediately after games otherwise a €40 fine will be incurred.

Note: If home pitch is closed home team must find an alternative pitch or travel to away teams ground.

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Chief Reporter Pat Flynn has worked as a journalist for almost 30 years. His career began during the late 1980s when, like many aspiring radio presenters of the time, he worked for local pirate radio stations in Clare and Limerick. Pat joined Clare FM in 1990 where he worked as researcher initially and later presented several different programmes including the station's flagship current affairs programme. He was also the station's News Editor and Deputy Controller of Programmes. Despite leaving in 2003 to pursue a career as a freelance journalist, he continues to work with the station to this day. As well as being the Clare Herald’s Chief Reporter Pat is also freelance journalist and broadcaster, contributing to Ireland’s national newspapers and is a regular contributor to national broadcasters.

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