Jason Lyons scored a hat-trick and Tyler Stallard scored twice as Carbury were comprehensive winners over neighbors St John’s in the Sligo Southern Hotel Super League on Friday night, moving to within ten points of league leaders MCR, who have the title this weekend. I didn’t have any game. ,
Tallard picked up Carbury and followed after just 7 minutes when his good finish from the left flew into the net.
The defending champions extended their lead on 26 minutes when Steven Armstrong completed a beautiful move to poke home from Niall Brennan.
An incredible ball from debutant Jake Dykes on 34 minutes saw Lyons fire it into the net for 3–0.
At 40 minutes the score was 4–0. A superb header from Dykes over the top came past Lyons, who could have gone himself, but instead opted to square to Stallard, whose shot was helped into the net by the keeper.
Just before half time, Lyons made it 5–0 from the penalty spot after playing some spectacular football to leave Carbury in the driving seat at half time.
It was 6–0 just before the hour mark. Aaron Murren’s cross was headed into the net by Lyons, and with ten minutes remaining it was 7–0 when Niall Brennan’s cross was turned into the net by a St John’s player.
Cartrone United, who occupy third place, shared the spoils with Real Tubbers at McSherry Park. Donal Gallagher scored both goals for Real Tubor with Rafe Cretaro scoring both goals for Carton.
Caley Bohs won at home to Manor Rangers by the odd goal in three to move up the leader board. Manor Rangers were leading at the halfway point thanks to a fine goal from Adam McGlone 10 minutes from half-time.
Kelly Boh equalized in the 55th minute when Jack McGovern scored the equaliser. Brian Lynch was the hero of the day who proved to be the winner in 64 minutes to put Calery Bohs in fourth place on the leader board.
Arrows Harps and local rivals Aughnagh Celtic met in this derby clash in Ballysodare. Arrows Harps came out on top to score all 3 points thanks to a superb free kick from Steven Willis.
Ballysodare United were at home to Cooley United and picked up just their third win of the season. Two goals from Conor Davey and one each from Kevin O’Hara, Adam Grace and Gary Anderson saw the Ballysodare boys lead by 5 goals at the break.
Cooley scored twice in the second half courtesy of Niall O’Donnell and Enda Gallagher, but the day and the points all went to the home side.
Andrew Mullen Sligo Pelts Guertin Celtic retain control of the leader board in the Premier League by hammering visitors Kilglass Enniscrone Utd by six.
Billy Flynn and Matt Henry both scored two goals each with assists and assists from Ross Donovan and Ronan Mulligan. This result leaves Guertine Celtic 9 points clear on the leader board and in this form the silverware may well come home.
Glenview Stars make a dent in Ballymote Celtic’s pursuit of silverware on the ATU Sligo pitch. The goalscoring stars in Clive Brennan, Jake Drew, Thomas Myers and Sean Condron are doing the damage.
Leading scorers Cian Kilcoyne and Jack Hever replied with a goal each for Ballymote who, despite this setback, are still in title hunt.
In an excellent game of football between two well-matched sides, Benbulben moved up to third on the leader board.
In front of a large crowd, it was Benbulben who took the three points. Oisin Gilmartin was the match winner in the 60th minute.
Dromahair were unlucky on a few occasions, with the Woodwork denying the equaliser, notably Donnacha Devaney’s superb shot rattling the crossbar.
But a well-marshaled back four from Benbulben kept them calm and secured a precious win for themselves. Both the teams can be proud of the effort they put in for the 90 minutes.
Chaffeepool continued their good form with a 5 goal win whilst keeping a clean sheet at home to Klglass Enniscrone Utd. There were net busters Pádraig Murtagh, Paul and Niall Connolly with a goal each, with Liam Carty scoring twice and Poole in mid-table.
Valley Rovers won at home to Calery Bohs B by the odd goal in 5. The Valley were leading 3–0 with strikes from Tommy Flynn, Dylan Gabbidon and Ciaran Jennings.
Dario Williams brought Bohs back in the 50th minute. Then in the 75th minute Joe Kilcullen scored from the penalty spot and Bohs went on an all-out attack to equalise, but Valley held on and emerged winners of a great contest.
Strand Celtic Reserves secured all three points against Ballygawley Celtic at Ray Mac Shary Park, with a superb surface for both sides. Cathal Ballintyne, Jarlath Tiernan and Eoin McCormack scored goals for Strand, while Cathal Davey scored both goals for Ballygavalley Celtic.