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Coming Up

24 Mar 2018 10:00AM
CMUL u14 Premier vs Monaghan Town, Home
24 Mar 2018 10:00AM
CMUL u11 Carrick Rovers A vs Carrick Rovers B
24 Mar 2018 11:45AM
CMUL u15 v Ballyhaise, Home
24 Mar 2018 11:45AM
NEFL Div 1 vs Enfield, Away
24 Mar 2018 11:45AM
CMUL u13 Champ S/F v. BJD, Sherlock Park, Cootehill
24 Mar 2018 03:00PM
NEFL A Reserve vs Trim Town, Away

This Week's Aletto

Markeys,  20th March

Letters: C W G X - No winners 

Lucky Dips: Amy Brady, Henry Hughes, Owen Flanagan, Ann Holland, Shane McDaniel.

Next week: Valley Lodge

Jackpot: Euro 2,300


Athboy 0-1 Carrick Rovers
NECSL 17's Premier Division

Coming off the back of disappointing performances in our previous two games Rovers 17's headed to Athboy on Saturday morning determined to try and put in an improved showing. After an even enough opening first quarter the Rovers lads started to get on top and were now starting to play the ball around quite well. A period of sustained pressure forced a succession of corners and from three of these we could have had three goals. First off a nicely flighted ball from Mark Grimes was met full on by Michael Monahan who rattled the crossbar with a great header.

Cootehill 4-3 Carrick Rovers

Carrick Rovers 14's made the short trip to Cootehill on Saturday morning to play the local side in the opening fixture of the CMUL season. Carrick started strongly and opened the scoring in the 15th minute after great work by Robert McCloskey in midfield resulted in him winning possession and releasing Dylan McCahey wide on the left. The flying winger easily beat his man before flashing a ball across the 6 yard box that the keeper could only palm into Dillon Carolan's path and he duly tucked home.

Carrick Rovers player Oisin McEntee will soon be travelling to Manchester United for a trial - Best of luck from all @ Carrick Rovers.


Carrick Rovers 2-0 Letterkenny
SFAI 14 Cup

Carrick Rovers 14's side progressed to the next round of the S.F.A.I. Cup on Saturday after overcoming a spirited Letterkenny Rovers team from Donegal. Carrick started strongly in what was their first competitive outing of the year. Rovers took the lead in the 16th minute after great work down the right wing involving both Eoghan Duffy and Dylan Carolan, with the latter beating his man and flashing a great ball into the penalty area where Robert McCloskey flicked the ball to the far post. The skillful Dylan McCahey had found some space and the ball seemed to have drifted past him but he turned and swiveled and managed to hook the ball back across goal and into the far corner.

Carrick Rovers 2-4 Trim Celtic B

Carrick Rovers 16’s good start to their NECSL campaign was halted on Saturday morning by an excellent and well disciplined Trim Celtic B side. Rovers came into the game on the back of a win and a draw on their travels in the previous 2 weekend. Don’t let the B on the end of their title fool you, this Trim Celtic side were more comfortable and effective on the ball than the A side, Rovers beat 2 weeks previously.

Borora 2-0 Carrick Rovers
NECSL 17's Premier

Rovers 17's headed to Moynalty last Saturday morning to take on Borora in their third league game of the season. After encouraging results in our first two games the lads were hopeful to continue their good form but it wasn't to be on this occasion. Some unfortunate late withdrawals meant that some positional changes were needed.

Despite plenty of effort from the Rovers lads the standard of the football never got to the levels of the previous matches and there were only glimpses of how we can play.

Golden Goal Winners for the Premier League Season 2013/14

Date  Game First Goal Last Goal
18/08       Chelsea 2-0 Hull City       Rory Gartlan       Ian Smith        
25/8 Cardiff 3-2 Man City Unclaimed (52nd) Helen Agnew
1/9 Liverpool 1-0 Man Utd Fintan Swinburne        
6/9 Ireland 1-2 Sweden Hubert Duffy Unclaimed (57th)
15/9 Southampton 0-0 West Ham       Rory McEneaney        
22/9 Man City 4-1 Man Utd Sean Farrell Katie McCahey      
29/9 Liverpool 3-1 Sunderland Luke McSharry Ann Kerley
6/10 West Brom 1-1 Arsenal Donnach Swinburne Mary Foy

Bailieboro 3-3 Carrick Rovers

Carrick Rovers 16's made the short journey to Bailieborough, Co. Cavan for an NECSL fixture, last Saturday. The game was played on a beautiful afternoon, at Bailieborough Celtics fantastic facilities. Both teams started brightly with both sides getting the ball down and trying to play good constructive football. The home side had the most of the early possession but it was Rovers who had the 1st real opportunity. Sean McCabe, playing on the left wing, dispossessed the fullback, deep in B'Boro territory and played David Garland in. The striker is on a rich vain of scoring and nearly added another with a fierce drive that just cleared the crossbar.


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