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TSDL Youth Cup

TSDL Youth Cup

Bansha Celtic 11 – 0 Clonmel Celtic

The biggest win of the weekend went to Bansha Celtic, who put 11 past a much weakened Clonmel Celtic team, and were ruthlessly exploited by the Bansha players. Bansha took a two goal lead early in the first half, but Celtic’s hopes were further dashed when they went down to ten men on the half hour. Two more goals before half time were scored by the home team, before the floodgates opened in the second period.

Borris 3 – 8 Clonmel Town

Despite the final scoreline, Borris gave a really good account of themselves in this game, but were ultimately undone by a terrible 15 minute spell just before half time. The away team opened the scoring, but Borris pegged them back just before the half hour. However, two goals in as many minutes, lead to a collapse, and Town added three more before the break to go leading 6-1. In a tame second half both teams both scored twice.

Moyglass United 1 – 4 Peake Villa

Peake continued their fine form with a good win away to Moyglass. Goals from Sean Butler, Mattie Stakelum, Damien Walczak and Anthony Walker were the difference.

TSDL Youths Division

Cahir Park 5 – 1 St Michael’s

The final Youth League game of the calendar year saw Cahir Park take on St Michael’s on Saturday last. During the first 20 minutes Cahir Park enjoyed the majority of possession without seriously threatening the St Michael’s goal. Cahir were punished on 27 minutes when Shane Neville popped up for the visitors to blast an unstoppable shot into the Cahir net. The Saints lead lasted barely a minute when Colin O’ Gorman equalised. A penalty five minutes later from William Dunne put Cahir Park ahead the half time break.

From the restart Cahir took control of the tie and five minutes in, a superb solo effort from Barry Cooney gave them a two goal cushion. Two more goals from Dunne’s second and Karl Moloney put a gloss on the scoreline.

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