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NECSL Under 17
Newtown 1 – 9 Trim Celtic
Trim Celtic continued their unbeaten league run with a fine victory against a poor Newtown side. Craig OHanlon, David Donoghue, TJ Garry and Cillian all scored two goals while Aaron Newman also netted.
Best for Trim Celtic were TJ Garry, Stephen Jones and Paul Munnelly
Trim Celtic: Niall Flynn, Derek Fortune, Alex Geraghty, TJ Garry, Vincent Farrelly, Stephen Jones, James Curran, Aaron Newman, Killian Ryan, Craig OHanlon, avid Donoghue.
Subs: Paul Munnelly (for James Curran), Stephen Goulding (for Derek Fortune)
NECSL Under 16
Kentstown 0 – 3 Trim Celtic
This was a very good performance by Trim Celtic. Mark Perle scored two superb goals and only some fine goalkeeping stopped him getting a hat trick. Owen Englishby was also on target for the Hoops.
Best for Trim Celtic were Ciaran O’Duillearga, Caolan Young and Mark Perle.
Trim Celtic: Niall Murray, Owen Englishby, Dariel Murnin, Richie O’Brien, Caolan Young, Ciaran O’Duillearga, Gavin O’Neill, Gary Scully, Cian Dunne, Mark Perle, Michael Tyndall.
Subs: Shane Greanly (for Gary Scully), Connor Murphy (for Cian Dunne).
NECSL Under 15
Parkvilla 2 – 0 Trim Celtic
A disappointing performance by Trim Celtic resulted in them losing ground on leaders Parkvilla. One goal in each half was enough for Parkvilla with Celtic failing to really test the oppositions rearguard.
Best for Trim Celtic were Aaron Newman, Barry Flynn and Alan Douglas.
Trim Celtic: Eric Scanlon, Philip ODonohoe, Mark Corrigan, Aaron Newman, Barry Flynn, James Moynihan, Anthony Craig, Colm Doyle, Paul Genockey, Andrew Coogan, Ciaran Quinn.
Subs: Alan Douglas (for Paul Genockey), John Pedan (for Anthony Craig), Paul Carroll, Eoin Hanson
NECSL Under 14
Kentstown 3 – 1 Trim Celtic
Trim Celtic played with the wind at their backs in the 1st half and led at the break with Donal Loughlin scoring a fine solo goal. Celtic almost doubled their lead when Donal Loughlin rounded the keeper but his shot was blocked on the line before rebounding back to the keeper from the post.
Kentstown dominated the second half with the aid of the win but the scoreline may have flattered a somewhat.
Best for Trim Celtic were Mark Hibbits, Adam Whelan and Donal Loughlin.
Trim Celtic: Michael Lydon, Mark Hibbits, Adam Whelan, Sean Marron, Nico Marocco, Martin Whelan, Graham Higgins, Darragh Kennedy, James Pratt, Donal Loughlin, James Costello,
Subs: Eunan McGrenra (for Martin Whelan), Timmy Smith (for Graham Higgins), Paul O’Sullivan (for Donal Loughlin), Tomas Markey