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This Week's Aletto

Valley Lodge,  25th March

Letters: A S I L

Winner: Alison Deery Ward, 18 ONeill St, Carrickmacross 

Jackpot: Euro 2,300

Next week: Deery's

Jackpot: Euro 1,000

 


Mid Sutton 4-1 Carrick Rovers

Carrick travelled to Saint Anne’s Park in Raheny for round 1 of the SFAI U13 Troy Cup. The game opened with both sides playing cautiously and seemed hesitant to attack deep with slow build up moves from both sides, the play was focused in the middle of the field with a lot of ball moving plays. It was a case of each team trying to get a measure of the other.

Rossin 1-0 Carrick Rovers

Carrick suffered their second defeat in a row in a game they dominated from start to finish. If there was a man of the match award after the game it would surely have gone to Rossin’s keeper. His performance throughout the game was outstanding.

Carrick Rovers 4-0 Killylough

It had rained twenty minutes before kickoff and the playing surface was perfect for zipping the ball around. This really suited Carrick Rovers. They have placed a lot of emphasis on passing and moving over the past two weeks and today this philosophy bore fruit.

Albion 1-3 Carrick Rovers

Carrick Rovers reserves put their league form to one side against Albion Rovers, and they left Monasterboice with a deserved win and a place in the next round of the Reserve Cup. Rovers started very brightly and for the first ten minutes they were well on top with most of the play coming through Demo Connolly and Paul Byrne in the centre of midfield. With a few half chances coming in the opening period it should’ve been a case of building on the confident start, this wasn’t to be.

Longwood 2-3 Carrick Rovers

Carrick Rovers faced a tricky assignment in the MDL grounds in Navan on Thursday last when they travelled to take on Division 1 side Longwood in the first knock out stage of the Kilmessan Shield. Having qualified as Group winners when they accounted for Ardee Celtic and Electro Celtic, Rovers found themselves up against a good Meath outfit who themselves had come through a tough group which had included Premier side Trim Celtic.

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