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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

 


Killylough 4-2 Carrick Rovers
CMUL 14 League Cup

Rovers travelled to Gortakeegan to take on Killylough in the league cup. Rovers began the match with panache and an air of confidence, a joy to watch as they passed the ball around and exploiting the wide areas. Fionnan Cassidy, pivotal in midfield, swept up the loose ball and helped his defence break up the Killylough attacks. Eoin Duffy gave great width on the left of midfield and tormented the Killylough right back as he tip-toed past several tackles and was unlucky not to open the scoring on more than one occasion.

Cavan Shamrock Tigers 4-2 Carrick Rovers Lions
CMUL 14 Championship
The final game before the Christmas Break pitched Rovers against Cavan Shamrocks in a late evening kickoff on the Cavan Astro Park. Rovers came out of the blocks quickly, passing the ball well and getting on top early. Dylan McCahey playing left midfield was untouchable, weaving his way through the Shamrock defence at will and finding a pass to retain possession. Dylan Ward worked hard up front on his own as a lone striker, feeding off the midfield and showing some great footwork to leave the opposition at times chasing his shadow.

Cootehill Harps 8-1 Carrick Rovers Lions
CMUL 14 Championship

Carrick Rovers Lions travelled to Cootehill to play on the new all weather pitch at Clara Lane. Rovers started brightly, with both teams creating opportunities on goal. Cootehill Harps were the first to really threaten opening the scoring only for Breffini Henry to stand strong and beat away a rasping shot from a narrow angle. Cootehill continued to press and despite Breffinis best efforts and numerous saves the flood gates opened and Rovers found themselves 4 nil down heading in at half time.

Kingscourt Harps 2-7 Carrick Rovers Lions
CMUL 14 Championship

Sunday morning saw Carrick Rovers Lions take on their first away match of the season, travelling to the home of Kingscourt Harps. Rovers found themselves battling against a hungry Kingscourt side searching for their first win of the league campaign. With an unforgiving wind impeding the Rovers progress, Kingscourt took full advantage to loft a high ball over the Rovers’ defence who were unable to anticipate the swirling bounce of the ball as it ended up in the back of the net.

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