Borris B and St. Kieran’s record wins

Clonmel Credit Union League Division 4

Clonmel Credit Union League Division 4

Borris ‘B’ go top of Division Four


New pacesetters Two Mile Borris B came from 2-0 down to secure victory against League Division 4 overnight leaders Dualla in this top of the table clash at Newhill Park, Littleton last Sunday.

Dualla went into this game with a two-point advantage and looked on course to extend that as they bossed the opening twenty minutes. The visitors took the lead after just 5 minutes through Laurence Hickey and made it 2-0 after 17 minutes when Derek Hayes found the net. Just before the break Two Mile Borris B, looking for a quick return back up a division had a penalty saved. However, from the corner-kick that followed Borris pulled a goal back when a Keith Ely deflected shot found the back of the net.

After the changeover, Two Mile Borris threw caution to the wind and were back on level terms at 2-2 on 63 minutes when Philip Grace kept his composure to lob the ball over the keeper. Two Mile Borris reserves continued to turn the screw and snatched victory from the jaws of defeat when Philip Grace added his second of the afternoon on 78 minutes curling the ball into the top corner.

O’Neill is spot on for St. Kieran’s


A Shane O’Neill hat-trick kept St. Kieran’s of Cahir promotion hope from League Division 4 alive as they came from behind to defeat newcomers Tipperary Town B in Tipp town last Sunday.

Tipperary Town B looking for only their second victory of the season took a surprise lead on 25 minutes when Anthony Hogan scored from the penalty spot after being fouled. St. Kieran’s knowing that victory would bring them a step closer to promotion were thrown a life-line on 40 minutes when Shane O’Neill levelled from the penalty spot.

St. Kieran’s were well on top after the break but it took another Shane O’Neill spot-kick on 55 minutes to turn this game on its head. From that stage onwards the Cahir outfit, who have two games in hand on the leaders, took the game by the scruff of the neck and Tony O’Donoghue made it 3-1 after 67 minutes. Shane O’Neill went on to complete his hat-trick from open play on 76 minutes to give St. Kieran’s a flattering victory.