Premier Division
Carrick Rovers 2 – 1 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 1 – 1
Trim Celtic scorers: Paul Gilsenan (pen)
Trim Celtic’s indifferent start to the season continued as they lost out to Carrick Rovers. Trim Celtic started brightly and won a penalty fifteen minutes in when Shane Ashe forced a handball in the box. Paul Gilsenan (pictured) slotted home the spot kick. Celtic had a great chance to double their lead when Keith Jones found Paul Gilsenan who volleyed wide. Shane Ashe also had a chance to score but was crowded out by the Carrick Rovers just as he was about to shoot. Carrick levelled before halftime when goalkeeper Mick Martin failed to hold a long range shot with a Carrick man first to react and poke home.
In the second half Carrick started strongly and Celtic keeper Mick Martin was forced to make a smart save from a long range effort. Carrick took the lead midway through the half from a corner. Celtic again had chances to score with Paul Gilsenan heading wide and David Conway heading straight at the keeper. Carrick had a man sent off late on but Celtic couldn’t make the extra man count in the dying minutes.
Best for Trim Celtic were Craig O’Hanlon, Mark Gilsenan and Ross Campbell
Trim Celtic: Mick Martin, Ciaran Rispin, Ross Campbell, Mark Gilsenan, Dominic Martin, Shane Ashe, Keith Jones, Craig O’Hanlon, David Conway, Paul Gilsenan, Mark McCormack.
Subs: Noel Payne (for Mark McCormack), Seamus Harte (for Shane Ashe), David Campbell

Premier Reserve
Glenmuir Utd 2 – 2 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 2 – 2
Trim Celtic scorer: Stephen Jones 2
Trim Celtic remain on top of the Premier Reserve after coming away with a hard earned share of the spoils under the lights in Glenmuir on Friday night. Seamus Harte almost opened the scoring on five minutes but his attempted lob sailed just over the crossbar. Glenmuir came on strong and seemed to get getting on top when Stephen Jones gave Celtic the lead on twenty minutes. Glenmuir continued to press and took just five minutes to find an equaliser. Three minutes later Glenmuir took the lead. A change of formation helped Trim Celtic get back into the game and were rewarded when Stephen Jones scored his second goal of the game.
Chances we at a premium in the second half however David Campbell had a shot saved by the keeper and Tom Farrell snatched at a shot when more composure was needed.
Best for Trim Celtic were Stephen Jones, Colm Harte.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, David Campbell, John Kelly, Danny Quinn, Stephen Jones, Noel Payne, Colm Harte, Seamus Harte, Tom Farrell, Tom Boyle.
Subs: Gordon Flood (for David Campbell), Stephen Ennis (for Tom Farrell), Cillian Ryan (for Tom Boyle), Alan McCormack, Mark Scanlon

NECSL Under 14
Trim Celtic 1 – 1 Kells A
Halftime: 0 – 1
Trim Celtic scorer: Diarmuid Higgins
Trim Celtic were lucky to be only one down at halftime but upped their game in the second half with Jamie Lee hitting the crossbar with a twenty yard shot, Diarmuid Higgins and Jonathan Shaw also came close. Colm Smith came off the bench and immediately made an impact creating a chance for Diarmuid Higgins who again went close. Celtic levelled five minutes from time when Jamie Lee beat two players before crossing to Diarmuid Higgins who made no mistake. This was a good point for Trim Celtic against a strong Kells side.
Best for Trim Celtic were Jamie Lee, Jonathan Shaw and Diarmuid Higgins.
Trim Celtic: Dylan Murnin, Darren Melia, James Allen, Jonathan Shaw, Sean Curran, Jamie Lee, Damien McGee, Diarmuid Higgins, Scott McGowan, Sean Foley, Niall Farrell.
Subs: Colm Smith (for Sean Curran), Nigel Kennedy (for Niall Farrell), Jake Shields Ryan, Keith Earls

NECSL Under 13
Trim Celtic 2 – 6 Borora Black
Halftime: 1 – 3
Trim Celtic scorers: Darragh Scannell, Chris Fitzsimons
After some recent good form Trim Celtic suffered a setback with a home defeat to Borora Black. Trim Celtic took the lead after five minutes through Darragh Scannell, however Borora fought back to score three times before halftime. In the second half Borora increased their lead before Chris Fitzsimons added Trim Celtic’s second goal.
Best for Trim Celtic were James Hyland, Marcas Shields and Darragh Scannell.
Trim Celtic: Sean Geraghty, Sean Hyland, James Hyland, Conor Farrell, Marcas Shields, Tom Stokes, Cian McGrenra, Darragh Scannell, Conor Daly, Cormac Joyce, Ian Keogh.
Subs: Martin McDonagh (for Cian McGrenra), Dermot O’Keane (for Ian Keogh), Chris Fitzsimons (for Cormac Joyce), Daniel McGrianna (for Martin McDonagh)

NECSL Under 12
Kentstown 0 – 1 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 0 – 1
Trim Celtic scorer: Sean FitzGerald
Before today’s game both Trim and Kentstown were undefeated and sat 1st and 2nd in the table and so a close encounter was expected from the outset. Trim set about their task with great discipline and with the intention of containing a very strong Kentstown strike force. Chances at either end were rare but Trim did manage two in the first half. The first was from Fionn Nally when he broke through but the final shot was saved by the keeper, the second was when Shane O’Connor shot just over the bar after a fine overlapping run. Half time came with the score tied at 0-0. In the second half, Trim upped the pressure and the goal finally came in the 39th minute when a through ball from Fionn Nally was followed up by Sean FitzGerald. Sean showed great tenacity in going one-on-one with the keeper and after the ball spilled, he stroked home the winner. Thereafter, Trim showed great discipline in defending well and composure in midfield. Kentstown found it very difficult to break down Trim’s defence with Ciarán Fitzsimons and Joan Lehmann doing very well. Best for Trim were Sean FitzGerald, Ciarán Fitzsimons, Joan Lehmann and Sean McGee.
Trim Celtic: James Mitchell, Shane O’Connor, Evan Dixon, Ciaran Fitzsimons, Joan Lehmann, Sean McGee, Fionn Nally, Joey Corrigan, Sean FitzGerald, Sam Millen, James Toher.
Subs: Gareth White, Marcus Thompson, Eoghan Fox, Luke Flanagan, Dermot Whelan

NECSL Under 10
Trim Celtic Supremos 5 – 0 Kells Hawks
Halftime: 3 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Stephen Moroney 3, Harry Purcell, Kevin Nally
Trim Celtic Supremos continued their good form by beating Kells Hawks with the help of a hattrick from Stephen Moroney and goals from Harry Purcell and Kevin Nally.
Best for Trim Celtic Supremos were Shane Moore, Harry Purcell and Stephen Moroney.
Trim Celtic Supremos: Robert Bourke, Cian Downes, Shane Moore, Neil Sweeney, Harry Purcell, Stephen Moroney, Kevin Nally, Conor Fay

NECSL Under 10
Trim Celtic Supremos 6 – 0 Carrick Rovers
Halftime: 4 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Neil Sweeney 2, Stephen Moroney 2, Kevin Nally 2
Trim Celtic Supremos neat passing broke down a spirited Carrick Rovers team with two goals each from Neil Sweeney, Stephen Moroney and Kevin Nally.
Best for Trim Celtic Supremos were Conor Fay, Neil Sweeney, Kevin Nally and Cian Downes
Trim Celtic Supremos: Robert Bourke, Cian Downes, Shane Moore, Neil Sweeney, Harry Purcell, Stephen Moroney, Kevin Nally, Conor Fay

NECSL Under 9
Trim Celtic Raptors 5 – 0 Trim Town
Halftime: 3 – 0
Trim Celtic Raptors scorers: Jack Byrne 2, Kyle Dixon, Jack McGowan, Luke Moran
Goals from Jack Byrne 2, Kyle Dixon, Jack McGowan and Luke Moran helped Trim Celtic to victory over Trim Town.
Best for Trim Celtic Raptors were Kyle Dixon & Eoin O’Connor.
Trim Celtic Raptors: Darren McGarry, Ciaran Harte, Kyle Dixon, David Rennick, Eoin O’Connor, Colin FitzGerald, Jack Byrne, Jack McGowan, Luke Moran

NECSL Under 9
Trim Celtic Raptors 5 – 0 Enfield
Halftime: 2 – 0
Trim Celtic scores: Jack Byrne 3, Kyle Dixon, Jack McGowan
Trim Celtic Raptors saw off an physically strong Enfield side with Jack Byrne adding to his impressive goal tally with a hattrick while Kyle Dixon & Jack McGowan also scored.
Best for Trim Celtic Raptors were Ciaran Harte and Darren McGarry.
Trim Celtic Raptors: Darren McGarry, Ciaran Harte, Kyle Dixon, David Rennick, Eoin O’Connor, Colin FitzGerald, Jack Byrne, Jack McGowan, Luke Moran

NECSL Under 9
Trim Celtic Eagles 13 – 0 Trim Town
Halftime: 3 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Peter Gavin 5, Marc Kane 2, Cian Goodwin 2, Liam O’Donnell 2, Shane Callaghan, James Cullen
Goals from Peter Gavin 5, Marc Kane 2, Cian Goodwin 2, Liam O’Donnell 2, Shane Callaghan and James Cullen helped Trim Celtic Eagles to victory over Trim Town.
Best for Trim Celtic Eagles were Peter Gavin, Marc Kane and Shane Callaghan
Trim Celtic: Shane Callaghan, James Cullen, Marc Kane, Peter Gavin, Cian Goodwin, Liam O’Donnell, Ross Power, Brian McKeown

NECSL Under 9
Trim Celtic 0 – 2 Parkvilla
Halftime: 0 – 1
Trim Celtic Eagles went down two nil in a game that saw them play their best football of the season so far. Trim Celtic Eagles were unlucky to concede a goal early in the first half and also unlucky not to have got back on level terms when a blistering shot by Cian Goodwin that brought off a full length dive from the Parkvilla keeper. In the second half trim kept pressing forward but were caught on the break to allow Parkvilla a second goal.
Best for Trim Celtic Eagles were James Cullen, Liam O’Donnell and Cian Goodwin
Trim Celtic: Shane Callaghan, James Cullen, Marc Kane, Peter Gavin, Cian Goodwin, Liam O’Donnell, Ross Power, Brian McKeown

NECSL Under 8
Trim Celtic Tigers 0 – 0 Enfield
This was a good display from the Trim Celtic Tigers against Enfield. The Tigers thought they had scored in the first half, with a good strike from Eoin Sweeney, but the goal was disallowed by the referee. Despite playing well and creating a number of other scoring chances they were unable to convert them into goals. A good all round team display.
Trim Celtic Tigers: James McKeown, Jack Kelly, Gareth Westhuizen, Eoin Sweeney, Conor Sweeney, Conor Higgins, Dean Egan, Karll Corcoran

NECSL Under 8
Trim Celtic Tigers 3 – 1 Trim Town Reds
Halftime: 1 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: James McKeown 2, Gareth Westhuizen
An excellent performance from an under strength Tigers team who were missing three of their regulars. James McKeown and Eoin Sweeney worked hard at midfield and some intricate passing led to three well taken goals one in each half from James McKeown and a second half strike from Gareth Westhuizen. Jack Kelly who took over the goalkeeping duties for the day had an excellent display between the posts pulling off some magnificent saves. The Tigers defence of Dean Egan, Karl Corcoran and Conor Higgins put in some tremendous tackles to keep out the Trim Town attack and Conor Sweeney was unlucky not to register his first goal in the Celtic colours with a number of strikes on goal.
Trim Celtic Tigers: James McKeown, Jack Kelly, Gareth Westhuizen, Eoin Sweeney, Conor Sweeney, Conor Higgins, Dean Egan, Karll Corcoran

NECSL Under 8
Trim Celtic Pumas 0 – 1 Enfield
Halftime: 0 – 1
Trim Celtic Pumas fought hard throughout this match and were unlucky to lose by a single goal. The Pumas had plenty of attempts at goal but it wasn’t to be their day,.
Best for Trim Celtic Pumas were Zak McGowan, Fintan Devlin and Fintan McLaughlin
Trim Celtic Pumas: Keane Geraghty, Adam Cregan, Anthony Losty, Zak McGowan, Mikey Cullen, Charlie Ennis, Colm Lennon, Fintan McLaughlin, Fintan Devlin, Adam Sheehan, Jack Dowling

NECSL Under 8
Trim Celtic Pumas 0 – 0 Athboy Pumas
Trim Celtic Pumas defended well and were determined not to let the opposition score. Charlie Ennis came closest for Trim Celtic Pumas with a long range effort.
Best for Trim Celtic Pumas were Jack Dowling, Mikey Cullen and Adam Cregan
Trim Celtic Pumas: Keane Geraghty, Adam Cregan, Anthony Losty, Zak McGowan, Mikey Cullen, Charlie Ennis, Colm Lennon, Fintan McLaughlin, Fintan Devlin, Adam Sheehan, Jack Dowling

NECSL Under 8
Trim Celtic Rascals 2 – 0 Trim Town Whites
Trim Celtic Rascals scorers: David Harper, Jack Farrell
Goals from David Harper and Jack Farrell were enough to give Trim Celtic Rascals victory over Trim Town Whites.
Best for Trim Celtic Rascals were Owen Daly, Sean O’Toole and Chris McMahon

NECSL Under 8
Trim Celtic Rascals 11 -1 Torro
Trim Celtic scorers: Leon Farmer 4, David Harper 3, Alex Walsh, Eoghan Daly, Jack Farrell, Jason Harper
Goals from Leon Farmer 4, David Harper 3, Alex Walsh, Eoghan Daly, Jack Farrell and Jason Harper gave Trim Celtic Rascals a comprehensive victory over Torro.
Best for Trim Celtic Rascals were Jamie Kirwan, Luke Doyle and Leon Farmer
Best for Trim Celtic Rascals were Owen Daly, Sean O’Toole and Chris McMahon

NECSL Under 8 Swifts
Trim Celtic Swifts 10 – 0 Athboy Pumas
Halftime: 0 – 6
Trim Celtic Swifts’ inexperience showed when they came up against a far stronger Athboy Pumas side who were on top from the start and never let up.
Best for Trim Celtic Swifts were Nataniel Costa and Nathan Fox.
Trim Celtic Swifts: Eamonn Boyle, Stephen Allen, Nataniel Costa, Mark McDonnell, John Conlon, Luke Clohessy, David Murtagh, Nathan Fox