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Clancy Cup Semi-Final – Rampart win 6-5 on penalties

Redeemer Celtic got the perfect start to this thrilling Clancy Cup semifinal in Sandy lane when Kevin McCormack fired to the top right-hand corner after just 2 minutes of play. Shortly after Rampart lost Paul Gray with a leg injury which saw him been hospitalised. Redeemers dominance saw them go 2-0 up with Thomas Daly…
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Clancy Cup semi-final Bellurgan United 3 Quay Celtic 1

Quay Celtic had the misfortune to concede an early own goal when Conor Brennan headed past his keeper Luke Savage after 12 minutes. In 18 minutes the Quay keeper made a brilliant save to deny Daniel McDonald from putting Bellurgan two up. Midway through the half Joe Needhams cracking shot came back of the post,…
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Bellurgan Utd beat Quay Celtic Fc 6-1 in the DDL Premier league at Flynn Park yesterday.

This league encounter was a rehersal for next Tuesday nights Clancy Cup semifinal in Glenmuir Park and on the evidence of Bellurgan’s comfortable victory, they must feel they have one foot in the final already. Peter Fisher got then off to a perfect start, finding the net after 2 minutes of play to put them…
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Bellurgan Utd Draw 1-1 with Rampart Rampart Celtic in the DDL Premier League at Flynn Park.

The game was played in a continuous downpour, both side struggled to find their scoring boots in wretched conditions, at the station pitch. Close to half-time Shane O’Brian played in Peter Fisher, who registered his first goal of the season to put Bellurgan ahead. The sides turned over with the home side holding their slender…
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Jim McLaughlin - Dundalk FC

Former legendary Dundalk FC boss Jim McLaughlin, the greatest manager in League of Ireland history, has been awarded with the Freedom of Derry City.

The 78-year old, who won the double with Dundalk FC, a double-double with Shamrock Rovers and a historic treble with Derry City, was honoured at the City’s Guildhall last Wednesday for his success. Jim’s family including his wife Reina, his sons Paul, Sean and Marty and his grandchildren, one of whom, Jack, is part of…
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Glenmuir United 3 Redeemer Celtic 5 In The DDL Premier League At Hoeys Lane

Glenmuir United 3 Redeemer Celtic 5 Redeemer Celtic joined Fane F.C. at the top of the leader board with a hard fought away win over Glenmuir United.  Thomas Daly give the visitors the perfect start, rifling to the roof of the net from inside the six yard box after just 5 mins play.  The Glems…
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Rampart Beat Fane 4-1 At Auto Assure Park

Rampart Celtic made it 3 games unbeaten on the trot, with an impressive victory over League leaders Fane, inflicting a first defeat of the league campaign on them. After a scoreless first half, it took just 7 mins into the second period for Stephen McQuillan put Fane ahead with his 3rd goal in two games.…
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Rock Celtic Beat Quay Celtic 6-5 In Week 7 Of The DDL Premier League

This 11 goal thriller had everything to entertain the large crowd in Clancy Park. Five mins into the game Conor Soraghan headed Rock into the lead. Minutes later Conor Keelan had Quay level, lobbing the keeper from an acute angle.  Des Delaney restored Rocks advantage scoring from close range on the 15th minute. Quay were…
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Fane FC beats Muirhevna Mor FC 4-2 last night in the DDL 2019 League to go 3 points clear at the top of the table.

Fane F.C. went 3 points clear at the Premier League after a thrilling 4-2 win away to Muirhevnamor. Starman for Fane was hat-trick hero Chad McEneaney who brought his seasons tally to 12 goals. After 10 minutes he headed in from close range, repeating the same 13 minutes later to put Fane 2-0 up, a…
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Defy Sports Apparel Player Of The Month – April

Chad Mc Eneaney of Fane FC is the Dundalk and District League Player of the Month for April. The young 19-year-old right winger helped Fane to the 2017 Clancy Cup Final. The following year he played in the Cavan/Monaghan League. This season he returned to Tony Kelleghers squad, lighting up the League with 5 goals in his first…
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