Limerick District League Premier Division Round-up

Pike Rovers maintained their 100% record in the Premier Division with a facile 6-0 home victory over Geraldines in Crosagalla. Robbie Williams side took a 3-0 lead into half time with Shane Walsh, Conor Layng and Kyle Duhig scoring. The Pike manager made a host of changes early in the second half and two of those subs got on the score sheet with Kevin Barry and Cian O’Donoghue finding the net before Shane Walsh completed the scoring.

Pike Rovers: Gary Neville (Sean Hamm), Danny O’Neill, Adam Lipper, Nathan O’Callaghan, Eddie O’Donovan, Shane Walsh, Kyle Duhig (Michael Lipper), Ger Barry, Steven McGann (Brendan O’Dwyer), Conor Layng (Kevin Barry), Cian Collins (Cian O’Donoghue)

Geraldines: Adrian Duhig, Ger Bourke, Thomas O’Grady, Bobby Tier, David Hurley, Evan Waters, Christy O’Neill, David Hurley, Zak Mursal, Trevor Daly, Will O’Neill. Subs: Cillian Finn, Tsepho Ngwako

Coonagh United picked up a hard fought victory 0-2 over Mungret. The game turned on 15 minutes when Mungret centre-back Eoin Ryan was shown a straight red card and the away side were awarded a penalty which Martin Deady converted for his third goal of the season. Ian Considine added a second late on to ensure victory.

Mungret Regional: James Roche, Craig Prendergast, Eoin Ryan, Brian Cotter, Conor Myers, Colm Barrett, Kian Barry, Cian McNicholas, Kieran Long, Sean Ezkannagha, Pa Ahern. Subs: Jamie Cross, Mark Patterson, Marcus Finucane, Evan Barrett, Osas Junior Omorodion

Coonagh United: Zose Zaquiem, Luke Doherty, Ryan Earls, Joey Sheehan, Martin Deady, Frank Harnett, Eoghan O’Neill (Jack O’Donovan), Will Brick (Barry Harnett), Ian Considine (Darren Martin), Ger Myles (Mark Gallagher), Brion Moriarty (Gordon McKevitt)

Aisling Annacotty are the second team to hold a 100% winning record with a huge comeback victory over Ballynanty Rovers in Annacotty. Following a dull opening half hour, the game burst into life when Seamus Maloney’s cross evaded everybody including Brian O’Connor who saw the ball sail over his head and into the net. Balla doubled their lead when Eddie Byrnes beat the challenge of Thomas Clarke to finish.

The second goal promoted a quick reponse from Annacotty as former Treaty player Adam Foley reduced the deficit. Annacotty equalised as Liam Quinn continued his superb scoring form on his return to the top flight before Thomas Clarke’s towering header completed the comeback.

Aisling Annacotty: Brian O’Connor, Blake Curran, Thomas Clarke, Eoin Murphy, Aled Harkin, Shane Tracy, Liam Quinn, Shane Stack, Hugo O’Hanluain, Adam Foley, Shane Clarke. Subs: Dara Haugh, Shane Donegan, Michael Cussen, Jack Honan, Graham Bourke, Daragh Murray

Prospect Priory secured a vital win over Kilmallock in the county Limerick venue on Thursday evening. In a game that was already being billed as a 6 pointer, the home side started well but then fell behind when Yakouba Yabre headed home. Chris Hogan doubled the lead before a Paudie Sheedy free-kick reduced the arrears for Niall O’Riordan’s team. Dylan Kelly regained Prospect’s two goal lead to ensure a valauble 3 points for Wayne Colbert’s side.

Kilmallock: Bryan Murphy, Colm O’Neill, John Heffernan, Jason Heffernan, Shane Lyons, Barry Sheedy, Paul Moloney, Paul Doona (Dylan O’Brien), Jack Barry, Tommy Heffernan, Paudie Sheedy Subs Used: Cillian Keane, Thomas Bowers, Mark Heffernan

Janesboro earned their first three points of the season with an impressive 2-1 home victory over Nenagh who have begun the season brightly.

Nenagh AFC: Harry Fleming, Colm Hayden (Mark McKenna), Eoin Coffey, Bryan McGee, Saeed Ryan, Eamon White (Roy Creagh), Paul Costello, Kieran Barr, Nathan Kelly, Adam Ryan, Matthew Spain

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