13th May 2007 – Dundalk, Co Louth
MDL Reserve Cup Final
Glaslough Villa 1 – 2 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 1 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Andy Reilly, Danny Quinn
Trim Celtic retained the Reserve Cup with a fine performance against Monaghan side GlasloughVilla in Glenmuir Park in Dundalk. Playing with the wind in the first half Celtic fell behind ithin the first fifteen minutes after a goalkeeping error. They had most of the possession but failed to force a save of note from the Glaslough keeper who dealt ably with numerous crosses.
Celtic began the second half well and and two decent penalty claims turned down firstly when Gavin Meehan was tripped in the box and secondly when Alan Douglas was pushed when bearing down on goal. Gavin Meehan should have levelled the score but his ten yard shot came back off the bar. Celtic equalised when the Glaslough keeper dropped John Kellys’ long free kick into the path of Andy Reilly whose first time shot was bundled home. Celtic pushed for a winner and were rewarded when Danny Quinn headed home at the back post. Best for Trim Celtic were Andy Reilly, Mark Scanlon and Gavin Meehan.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, Paul Munnelly, Ciaran Quinn, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Alan McCormack, Danny Quinn, Alan Douglas, Seamus Harte, Mark Scanlon
Subs: Noel Payne (for Alan McCormack), Matt Scanlon (for Gavin Meehan), James McCabe, Stevie Ennis, Ronan Moore

5th May 2007 – Tully park, Trim
MDL Reserve Cup
Trim Celtic 1 – 0 Square Utd
Halftime: 1 – 0
Trim Celtic scorer: Gavin Meehan
The Reserves are through to their second Reserve Cup final in sucession after another hard fought battle against Square United in Tully Park on Saturday. The game was played on a fabalous surface in great weather conditions and it was the away side who started the better but as the game settled down Celtic got into their rhythm and started to play some nice football without creating too many chances. Then with half-time approaching and the game deadlocked at 0-0 Mark Scanlons cross from the left beat the keeper and Gavin Meehan was on hand to control the ball and knock it into the empty net. The second half started the same as the first and Celtic had the impressive Shane Dempsey to thank for 2 fine saves. Celtic had a number of chances to add to their lead and would have been disappointed to have not taken at least one. As expected Square threw everybody forward in the last 10 mins but a resolute and determined Celtic side managed to keep the clean sheet that was needed to progressive to the final next Sunday against Monaghan side Glaslough Villa. In a very good all round performance Shane Dempsey, Andy Reilly and Seamus Harte stood out for Trim.
Trim Celtic: Shane Dempsey, Paul Munnelly, Ciaran Quinn, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Alan McCormack, Danny Quinn, Alan Douglas, Seamus Harte, Mark Scanlon
Subs: John Bligh (for Paul Munnelly), Clayton Keegan (for John Kelly), Kevin Meehan (for Alan McCormack), Matt Scanlon, James McCabe
 

24th April 2007 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Reserve Cup
Trim Celtic Reserves 4 – 1 Trim Celtic Thirds
Halftime: 2 – 0
Trim Celtic Reserves scorers: Alan McCormack (pen), Paul Munnelly, Alan Douglas, Seamus Harte
Trim Celtic Thirds scorer: Michael Tyndell

The Reserves stayed on course to retain their Reserve Cup title with a hard fought victory over the clubs 3rd team in Tully Park on Tuesday night. It was a great achievement for the club to have 2 teams battling for the cup and after a very tough opening 20 mins the Reserves took the lead when Gavin Meehan’s cross from the left was superbly converted by Paul Munnelly. Munnelly then got brought down in the box and Alan McCormack coolly converted the penalty to leave it 2-0 at the break. The 3rds fought back in the 2nd half and pressured their opponents all over the pitch and Michael Tyndell’s excellent touch and finish pulled it back to 2 – 1. Tyndell had a similar effort ruled out for offside and Reserve keeper Tony McDonnell was forced to make a superb save to keep his side in the lead. But strength in depth was the key factor in the end and the Reserves were able to bring Seamus Harte and Noel Payne off the bench to add some class, it was Harte who scored the third goal and set-up Alan Douglas for the fourth to put the game beyond doubt. Overall it was a good night in which the club can be very proud of both sides with Andy Reilly, Alan McCormack and Gavin Meehan showed up well for the winners while Anthony Craig, Aaron Newman and Colm Doyle were best for the Thirds.
Reserves: Tony McDonnell, Jamie McCabe, Mark Scanlon, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Paul Munnelly, Alan McCormack, Danny Quinn, Alan Douglas, Stevie Ennis, Gavin Meehan.
Subs: Seamus Harte (for Stevie Ennis), Noel Payne (for Jamie McCabe), Matt Scanlon (for Alan Douglas), Ciaran Quinn
Thirds: Eric Scanlon, Philip O’Donohoe, Mark Corrigan, Keith Way, James Moynihan, Colm Doyle, Aaron Newman, Anthony Craig, Shane Ashe, Paul Genockey, Michael Tyndell.
Subs: John Peden (for Paul Genockey), Richie O’Brien
 

14th April 2007 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Reserve Cup
Trim Celtic 2 – 1 Longwood
Halftime: 0 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Alan McCormack (pen), Danny Quinn
The Reserves defeated a tough Longwood side in the Reserve cup on Saturday at Tully Park. Trim looked out of tune early but settled down and created some good chances leading up to half time but it remained 0-0 at the interval. Trim upped the tempo in the 2nd half and after 60 mins Stevie Ennis was taken down in the box and Alan McCormack camly put away the penalty to settle Trim nerves but Longwood responded with a penalty of their own and the game was hanging in the balance until Danny Quinn converted Mark Scanlons corner with 5 mins remaining. Trim will need to up their performance to win the competition but Danny Quinn, John Kelly and Tony McDonnell were excellent for the victors.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, Paul Munnelly, Ciaran Quinn, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Alan McCormack, Danny Quinn, Matt Scanlon, Stevie Ennis, Mark Scanlon
Subs: Clayton Keegan (for Alan McCormack), James McCabe (for Paul Munnelly)
 

31st March 2007 – Duleek, Co Meath
Reilly Cup
Duleek 3 – 0 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 1 – 0
The Reserves recent good run of form ended in disappointing fashion against Duleek in the Reilly Cup. After twice beating Duleek in the league this season Trim were confident ahead of kick-off and started the game brightly creating some good early chances which they failed to convert. Then against the run of play Duleek opened the scoring when Trim squander possession and failed to deal with the cross field ball, Trim continued to play the better football for the rest of the half but it remained 1-0 at the break. The 2nd half was a poor display as far as Trim were concered and after another mistake at the back gifted Duleek their 2nd goal the tie was all but over, as Trim pushed for a way back into the game Duleek snatched a 3rd on the break and Trim will have to raise their game if they want to retain their Reserve Cup title. Andy Reilly, Mark Scanlon and Alan McCormack battled hardest for Trim.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, James McCabe, Ciaran Quinn, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Paul Munnelly, Alan McCormack, Alan Douglas, Stevie Ennis, Mark Scanlon
Subs: John Bligh (for James McCabe), Matt Scanlon (for Paul Munnelly)

24th February 2007 – Ardee, Co Louth
MDL Premier Reserve
Square Utd 1 – 2 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 1 – 1
Trim Celtic scorers: Mark Scanlon, Noel Payne (pen)
The Reserves completed a double over Square United this season with a hard fought victory in Ardee on Saturday, Square had most of the early pressure and took the lead when their striker was allowed to turn and shoot in the box after some poor Trim defending but as has been the case in recent weeks Trim fought back and deservedly got back on level terms when Mark Scanlons vicious corner flew directly into the net. Trim dominated for large spells of the 2nd half but Square twice had chances to re-take the lead only for superb tackles from John Kelly and Andy Reilly, Mark Scanlon tought he had scored his 2nd of the day only for his follow up effort to be incorrectly ruled out for offside. Just when the game looked as if it was going to finish level Alan Douglas out paced the Square defence and he was hacked down in the penalty area, Noel Payne keep his calm to slot home the penalty and earn Trim the 3 points. Best for Trim in another good team performance were Tony McDonnell, John Kelly and Andy Reilly.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, James McCabe, Ciaran Quinn, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Paul Munnelly, Gavin Meehan, Alan McCormack, Alan Douglas, Noel Payne, Mark Scanlon
Subs: Anthony Craig (for Alan McCormack), Stevie Ennis (for Paul Munnelly), Mattie Scanlon (for Mark Scanlon)

17th February 2007 – Dromin, Co Louth
MDL Premier Reserve
Dromin Utd 2 – 3 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 1 – 1
Trim Celtic scorers: Alan Douglas 2, Ronan Moore
Sent off: Ciaran Quinn
The Reserves continued their push up the table this weekend with a hard earned victory away to Dromin, after going a goal done early when an unfortunate bobble on the pitch left Dromin with a tap in Celtic battled back and a fine team move ended with Alan Douglas powerfully heading home a Mark Scanlon cross from the left which left the scores level at the break. Celtic began the 2nd half with a purpose and found themselves 3-1 up 5 mins after the re-start, firstly Alan Douglas crossed for Ronan Moore to finish after some good work from Gavin Meehan and John Bligh on the right side and then Douglas coolly lobbed the keeper to score his ninth goal in six games after a superb pass from Alan McCormack. Dromin pulled one back from a controversial penalty but the 10 men of Celtic, who had Ciaran Quinn dismissed late on for a 2nd bookable offence, held on to earn their fourth straight victory. Best for Trim in a fine team performance were John Bligh, Mark Scanlon and Alan Douglas.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, Colm Doyle, Ciaran Quinn, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Ronan Moore, Alan McCormack, Alan Douglas, John Bligh, Mark Scanlon.
Subs: Robert Bradley

10th February 2007 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Premier Reserve
Trim Celtic 4 – 3 Glenmuir Utd
Halftime: 2 – 2
Trim Celtic scorers: Alan Douglas 4
The Reserves completed a club double over Glenmuir senior teams last weekend when they came from 3-2 down with 10 mins to go to win 4-3. Alan Douglas fired Celtic into an early lead with 2 goals in the opening 15 mins but Glenmuir pounced on a lapse in the Trim defence to pull 1 back and equalised when the referee awarded them a goal when the ball seemed not to have crossed the line after Tony McDonnell saved a close range effort. Worse was to come for Celtic when they fell behind 15 mins into the 2nd half but they showed their fighting sprit and battled back with Alan Douglas completing his hat-trick with ten mins remaining and the comeback was complete 2 mins from time when substitute Paul Munnelly’s excellent cross was superbly taken down by Douglas who calmly slotted home his fourth of the game to ensure Celtic took all 3 points from this highly entertaining contest. Best for Trim were Andy Reilly, Mark Scanlon and Alan Douglas.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, James McCabe, Mark Scanlon, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Ronan Moore, Dominic Martin, Alan Douglas, Noel Payne, Nicky Maxwell.
Subs: Johnny Connolly (for Nicky Maxwell), Alan McCormack (for John Kelly), Paul Munnelly (for James McCabe) 

3rd February 2007 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Premier Reserve Division
Trim Celtic 3 – 1 Albion Rovers
Halftime: 2 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Gavin Mehan, Ronan Moore, Nicky Maxwell
The 2nds got revenge for an early season defeat against Albion this weekend as they ran out comfortable 3-1 winners, the damage was all done in the first half as Celtic lead 3-0 at the break. The first goal was scored after Mark Scanlons left wing cross was fumbled by the goalkeeper and Gavin Meehan was on hand to punish the mistake, moments later Nicky Maxwell extended the lead after he fired home from 25 yards. Ronan Moore scored his first of the season after a long free kick was helped over the goalkeeper by Alan Douglas and Moore was on hand to head home from close range. Albion fought back in the 2nd half and managed to get one goal back but it was a game in which Celtic never looked in danager loosing. Best for Trim were Noel Payne, Ronan Moore and John Kelly.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, James McCabe, Mark Scanlon, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Ronan Moore, Danny Quinn, Alan Douglas, Noel Payne, Nicky Maxwell
Subs: John Bligh (for Ronan Moore), Paul Munnelly (for Nicky Maxwell), Johnny Connolly (for James McCabe)
 

27th January 2007 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Premier Reserve
Trim Celtic 3 – 1 Albion Rovers
Halftime: 2 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Gavin Meehan, Ronan Moore, Nicky Maxwell
The Reserves got revenge for an early season defeat against Albion this weekend as they ran out comfortable 3-1 winners, the damage was all done in the first half as Celtic lead 3-0 at the break. The first goal was scored after Mark Scanlon’s left wing cross was fumbled by the goalkeeper and Gavin Meehan was on hand to punish the mistake, moments later Nicky Maxwell extended the lead after he fired home from 25 yards. Ronan Moore scored his first of the season after a long free kick was helped over the goalkeeper by Alan Douglas and Moore was on hand to head home from close range. Albion fought back in the 2nd half and managed to get one goal back but it was a game in which Celtic never looked in danger of losing. Best for Trim were Noel Payne, Ronan Moore and John Kelly.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, James McCabe, Mark Scanlon, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Ronan Moore, Danny Quinn, Alan Douglas, Noel Payne, Nicky Maxwell
Subs: John Bligh (for Ronan Moore), Paul Munnelly (for Nicky Maxwell), Johnny Connolly (for James McCabe) 


20th January 2007 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Reserve Cup
Trim Celtic 2 – 0 OMP Utd
Halftime: 0 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Colm Doyle, Alan Douglas
The Reserves were glad to have John Kelly, Ronan Moore and Tony McDonnell returning to the side after they all spent the past year travelling. All 3 had very positive returns but despite all Celtics dominance against lower league OMP United in the Reserve Cup they didn’t find the breakthrough until the last 20 mins. In truth Celtic could have been 3 up in the first 10 mins and after missing them early chances the bad finishing continued and OMP almost sneaked into the lead as Celtic pushed for the breakthrough which finally came when Colm Doyle fired home from 15 yards, soon after fellow teenager Alan Douglas doubled Celtics advantage and Celtic remain on course to retain their Reserve Cup title. Best for Trim were John Bligh, Gavin Meehan and Tony McDonnell.
Trim Celtic: Tony McDonnell, James McCabe, Mark Scanlon, John Kelly, Andy Reilly, Colm Doyle, Ronan Moore, Gavin Meehan, Alan Douglas, Noel Payne, Matt Scanlon
Subs: John Bligh (for Matt Scanlon), Alan McCormack (for Mark Scanlon), Mark Corrigan, Anthony Craig

9th December 2007 – Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan
MDL Premier Reserve
Carrick Rovers 2 – 0 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 1 – 0
The Reserves were beaten 2-0 by Carrick in a strange game in Carrickmacross on Saturday. The game kicked off 20 mins late as the referee arrived at the wrong pitch and after a tight first half Carrick led 1-0 and Celtic would have been disappointed to be going in behind. In the 2nd half Celtic were beginning to take control and looked dangerous on the attack and then with 25 mins to go a freak injury to Trims Damien Dempsey halted the game for half an hour as both teams waited for the ambulance to arrive and paramedics to attend to Dempsey who had unfortunately broken his leg. By the time play was ready to resume it was dark and despite both captains asking the referee not to restart the game he elected to play in complete darkness and 10 man Trim who had no more substitutes left to use after Dempsey’s injury conceded a second goal 5 minutes later and the referee finally decided enough was enough. Trim were extremely disappointed with the outcome as the referee had now played 70 mins which was enough for the result to stand and 3 vital points were lost on game that should have never restarted. Mark Scanlon, Andy Reilly and Anthony Craig battled hardest for Trim.
Tim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Paul Munnelly, Mark Scanlon, Damien Dempsey, Andy Reilly, Gavin Meehan, Anthony Craig, Danny Quinn, Ronald Kontar, Noel Payne, Stevie Ennis
Subs: Matt Scanlon (for Ronnie Kontar)   

2nd December 06 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Premier Reserve Division
Trim Celtic 3 – 0 Duleek
Halftime: 2 – 0
Trim Celtic scorers: Alan Douglas 2, Noel Payne
Trim Celtic easily brushed aside ten man Duleek in this League fixture. Celtic took the lead through an excellent Alan Douglas strike from 25 yards. Duleek had a man sent off after half an hour for a second bookable offence and from the resulting free kick Douglas headed home Mark Scanlon’s delivery. Andy Reilly made a last ditch tackle to preserve the scoreline for halftime.
On the hour Noel Payne wrapped up the victory lobbing home from the edge of the box. Celtic could have increased their lead but squandered a couple of easy chances. Best for Trim Celtic were Alan Douglas, Damien Dempsey and Andy Reilly
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, James McCabe, Mark Scanlon, Damien Dempsey, Andy Reilly, Steven Ennis, Noel Payne, Danny Quinn, Alan Douglas, Nicky Maxwell, Gavin Meehan
Subs: David Conway (for Gavin Meehan), Colm Doyle (for James McCabe), Fergus Fagan (for Nicky Maxwell)

25th November 06 – Slane, Co Meath
Reserve Cup
Slane 0 – 4 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 0 – 1
Trim Celtic scorers: Nicky Maxwell 2 (1 pen), Gavin Meehan, John Bligh
Trim Celtic started their defence of the Reserve Cup with a comprehensive win against Slane. Nicky Maxwell opened the scoring after five minutes from the penalty spot after Gavin Meehan was felled in the box. It wasn’t until the second half that Celtic pulled away with goals from Nicky Maxwell, Gavin Mehan and John Bligh. Best for Trim Celtic were Trevor Smyth, Clayton Keegan and Nicky Maxwell
Trim Celtic: Trevor Smith, James McCabe, Mark Scanlon, Damien Dempsey, Andy Reilly, Stephen Ennis, Danny Quinn, Clayton Keegan, Gavin Meehan, Nicky Maxwell, Alan Douglas.
Subs: Derek Dixon (for Nicky Maxwell), John Bligh (for Alan Douglas), Paul Munnelly
 

21st October 06 – Monasterboice, Co Louth
MDL Premier Reserve
Albion Rovers 2 – 0 Trim Celtic
Halftime: 2 – 0
An injury hit Trim Celtic team went down to Louth side Albion Rovers. Albion scored their first from the penalty spot after fifteen minutes and doubled their lead before halftime.
Best for Trim Celtic were Dominic Martin, Damien Dempsey and Mark Scanlon
Trim Celtic: Dominic Martin, Dwayne McDonald, Damien Dempsey, Trevor Smyth, Shane Mitchell, Gavin Meehan, Clayton Keegan, Mark Scanlon, Nicky Maxwell, Alan Douglas, Paul Munnelly
Subs: Craig O’Hanlon (for Paul Munnelly)

16th September 06 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Premier Reserve Division
Trim Celtic 2 – 1 Square Utd
Halftime: 2 – 1
Trim Celtic scorers: Nicky Maxwell, Alan McCormack

Trim Celtic took a two-goal lead through Nicky Maxwell and Alan McCormack before Square pulled a goal back right on the stroke of halftime. In the second half Square came closest to scoring and almost equalised in the dying minutes but for a brave block by Celtic’s Damien Dempsey.
Best for Trim Celtic were Alan McCormack, Nicky Maxwell and John Bligh
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Johnny Connolly, Mark Scanlon, John Bligh, Dwayne McDonald, Alan McCormack, Peter Kane, Damien Dempsey, Nicky Maxwell, Luke Jones, Clayton Keegan
Subs: Matt Scanlon (for Nicky Maxwell), Jamie McCabe (for Luke Jones)

29th August 06 – Tully Park, Trim
MDL Premier Reserve Division
Trim Celtic 6 – 2 Torro Utd
Halftime: 4 – 1
Trim Celtic scorers: Craig O’Hanlon 3, Johnny Connolly, Michael Tyndell, O.G.

Trim Celtic Reserves continued their free scoring start to the season with another six against Torro Utd. Craig O’Hanlon scored two free-kicks before completing his hattrick while Johnny Connolly, Michael Tyndell and an own goal completed the scoring. Best for Trim Celtic were Craig O’Hanlon, Michael Tyndell and Danny Quinn.
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Jamie McCabe, Mark Scanlon, John Bligh, Dwayne McDonald, Johnny Connolly, Robbie Dillon, Danny Quinn, Craig O’Hanlon, Nicky Maxwell, Michael Tyndell.
Subs: Damien Dempsey (for Robbie Dillon), Alan McCormack (for Craig O’Hanlon), Matt Scanlon (for Michael Tyndell), Clayton Keegan

26th August 06 – Duleek
MDL Premier Reserve Division
Duleek 0 – 4 Trim Celtic
Half-time:
Trim Celtic scorers: Nicky Maxwell 2, Luke Jones, Craig O’Hanlon

New signing Nicky Maxwell made it three goals from two games with a brace against Duleek, with Craig O’Hanlon and new signing Luke Jones also on target. Best for Trim Celtic were Luke Jones, John Bligh and Nicky Maxwell
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Paul Munnelly, Mark Scanlon, John Bligh, Dwayne McDonald, James McCabe, Luke Jones, Dominic Martin, Nicky Maxwell, Craig O’Hanlon, Johnny Connolly
Subs: Michael Tyndell (for Paul Munnelly), Fergus Fagan (for Mark Scanlon), Andy Reilly, Eric Scanlon.

19th August 06 – Tully Park
MDL Premier Reserve Division
Trim Celtic 4 – 4 Rock Celtic
Half-time: 1 – 3 Trim Celtic scorers: Nicky Maxwell, Alan McCormack, Mark Scanlon, Shane Ashe.

Trim Celtic showed great fighting spirit to level the match after being 4 – 2 down, having had two players sent off. The introduction of substitute Danny Quinn made the difference as Celtic rallied to earn a share of the points. Nicky Maxwell opened his Trim Celtic account while Alan McCormack, Mark Scanlon and Shane Ashe were also on target. Derek Dixon and Damien Dempsey were both red carded.
Best for Trim Celtic were Danny Quinn, Dominic Martin and John Bligh
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Dominic Martin, John Bligh, Damien Dempsey, Alan McCormack, Shane Ashe, Nicky Maxwell, Derek Dixon, Mark Scanlon, Johnny Connolly, Matt Scanlon.
Subs: Danny Quinn (for Johnny Connolly), Jamie McCabe (for Shane Ashe), Dwane McDonald (for Matt Scanlon), Eric Scanlon

12th August 06 – Tully Park
Pre-season Friendly
Trim Celtic 1 – 2 Blackrock (LSL)
Half-time 1-0
Trim Celtic Scorer: Damien Dempsey.

For a large portion of this encounter Celtic played a containing game against a lively visiting team that will contest the Leinster Senior League Premier Division 1 this season. John Bligh and Dwane McDonald were busy at centre back and in midfield Damien Dempsey impressed on his re-appearance in Celtic colours. It was Dempsey who found the net for the opening score, a powerful header from a corner after half an hour but it was the performance of Roger Wheeler between the poists that caught the eye most as he produced a string of top class saves to keep the visitors at bay. The second half was mostly one way traffic and after manager Luke Dempsey made a number of changes the Dubliners took control and pressed forward. They were rewarded with two goals in the last quarter which won the game. Celtic counter attacked several times and the best chance of the second half for the Trim lads fell to Damien Dempsey whose shot from 5 yeards was well saved late in the game.
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Derek Dixon, Mark Scanlon, John Bligh, Dwane McDonald, James McCabe, Alan McCormack, Clayton Keegan, Matt Scanlon, Nick Maxwell, Damien Dempsey.
Subs: Fergus Fagan for Scanlon, Barry Gileese for Keegan, Anthony Craig for McCabe, Mark Corrigan for Maxwell, Shane Dempsey for Wheeler.

5th August 06 – MDL Grounds, Navan
Pre-season Friendly
Navan Athletic 2 – 2 Trim Celtic
Half-time 2 – 1
Trim Celtic Scorers: Dominic Martin & Clayton Keegan.

Manager Luke Dempsey was generally pleased with his team’s first pre-season performance in the build up to the big kick off next Saturday week. ‘Considering that most of the players on the team had not played before together, they did very well’ Luke said after the game. Keeper Roger Wheeler impressed from start to finish and others to catch the eye were Youth Team player Alan Douglas, Alan McCormack, Derek Dixon and newcomer Jamie McCabe. The game also featured the return to Celtic colours of former player Matthew Scanlon.
Trim Celtic: Roger Wheeler, Derek Dixon, Mark Scanlon, Dominic Martin, Fergus Fagan, Jamie McCabe, Alan McCormack, Clayton Keegan, Matthew Scanlon, Ronaldo, Gavin Meehan.
Subs: Alan Douglas for Dixon, Barry Gileese for Fagan.