Trim Celtic bounced back from last weeks defeat when they came away with all 3 points by beating Glenmuir in Dundalk. Trim were much the better side in this very intense game. On a pitch that resembled playing on concrete, Trim started brightly and had a couple of early chances with Derek Donohoe proving a handful for the Glenmuir defence. Keith Peppard, Keith Jones and Patrick Conway were all working hard for Trim. Barry O’Callaghan in the Trim goal was commanding and with some great distribution he set up plenty of attacks for Trim.  2 minutes before the break Paul Campbell played Patrick Conway through on goal. With 2 defenders covering him Conway kept control of the ball, ran into the box a fired an unstoppable shot past the Glenmuir keeper. It was no more then Trim deserved. The second half started much the same with Trim in control all over the pitch. Trim were then reduced to 10 men when Donohoe was sent off. Trim had taken a corner and with the ball bouncing around the box the referee blew for an obstruction and awarded Glenmuir a free out. Donohoe was just about to pounce on the lose ball when the whistle went. His momentum carried him on and he kicked the ball. The referee walked away and then turned back after some protests form the Glenmuir line and branded the card. It was harsh on Donohoe but it only lifted Trim Celtic and 10 mins later another superb pass from Paul Campbell found Mark McCormack on the edge of the box who unleashed a fantastic shoot which flew into the top corner. Trims defence was immense with Cyril Halton at the heart of everything. Glenmuir got a late consolation when 4 mins into injury time a speculative shoot took 2 deflections to beat Barry O’Callaghan in the Trim goal. A superb team performance, best for Trim was Cyril Halton, Patrick Conway, and Keith Peppard but on the day 1- 16 deserve great praise.