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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

 


Carrick Rovers 6-2 Fordrew
MDL C Reserve

Carrick Rovers entertained Fordrew on Saturday at home in the league. Carrick were hoping to get there own back after a heavy defeat to Fordrew early in the season. Rovers started well with Declan Finnegan causing a lot of trouble down the wings with some great runs. Fordrew were causing problems of there own with some good counter attacking play. One of these moves paid off in the 25 minute when a Fordrew player shot from 20 yards, with the help of a deflecting found the back of the net.

Carrick Rovers 3-3 Tolka Terriers (aet) Carrick win 6-5 on pens
Leinster Junior Shield
For the second time in this year’s Leinster Junior Shield Carrick Rovers had to win a nail biting penalty shoot out to put them in the next round of the competition. Tolka took the lead in the first half of extra time only for Simon Marron to equalise before the end of the first half.

Carrick Rovers 2-2 Lazio FC  - Rovers 4-1 on pens
Leinster Junior Shield

Carrick Rovers got their first taste of provincial football when they entertained Lazio FC from the foothills of the Dublin mountains Saturday last. This fixture was scheduled for three weeks earlier but the Lazio FC pitch was unplayable and the match venue was reversed to Carrickmacross. For some of the lads it was not their first time in this competition but for the vast majority it was.

Carrick Rovers 3-1 BMC
MDL C Reserve

Carrick needed to show a bit of pride after last week’s thumping at the hands of Baileboro and they had the tough task of taking on the second placed team in the league BMC  to deal with at home this weekend.

Fordrew 5-3 Carrick Rovers
MDL C Reserve

On a rain soaked afternoon Carrick came away from Fordew just outside Kells with the question - What if? In a match with eight goals and a spirit of fair play it was hard to believe that there were 12 yellow cards and two red cards handed out. From the start of the game the referee was unable to cope with the pitch conditions and went from one mistake to another.

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