Limerick District League Premier Division Round-up

Pike Rovers continued their 100% record in the Limerick District League Premier Division on Sunday with a 4-1 victory over Nenagh AFC. Robbie Williams side raced into a 2-0 half-time lead with goals from Conor Layng and Eoin Hanrahan. Layng continued his impressive season in the second period adding two more goals to complete a hattrick while Kevin Barry also netted to complete the win.

Pike Rovers: Gary Neville, Wayne O’Donovan (Danny O’Neill), Pa Mullins (Adam Lipper), Nathan O’Callaghan, Kyle Duhig, Shane Walsh, Brendan O’Dwyer, Eoin Hanrahan (Eddie O’Donovan), Ger Barry (Kevin Barry), Colm Walsh-O’Loughlen, Conor Layng

Fairview Rangers ensured that they kept pace with the leaders as they trounced Mungret Regional 0-6 in Mungret. Captain AJ O’Connor opened the scoring and was joined on the scoresheet by Mark Slattery, Stephen Bradley, Conor Coughlan, Ross Mann and Eoin Duff. Attention will now turn to a trip to Carrigaline in defence of their FAI title next weekend.

Mungret Regional: James Roche, Craig Prendergast, Daragh Killian, Conor Myers, Gary Kelly, Jack Moroney, Declan Cusack, Kian Barry, Markus Finucane, Cian McNicholas, Pa Ahern. Subs: Kieran Long, Sean Ezkennagha, Ian Moore, Jamie Cross, Aaron O Shea

Fairview Rangers: Aaron Savage, Scott Kirwan, Mark Slattery, AJ O’Connor, Martin Deady, Stephen Bradley, Shane Duggan, Mikey O’Gorman, Jeffrey Judge, Ross Mann, Conor Coughlan. Subs: John Mullane, Jason Cross, Russell Quirke, Eoin Duff, Josh Considine

Ballynanty Rovers also picked up a big victory on Sunday as they defeated Janesboro 0-5 at Pearse Stadium. There were five different scorers on the day with Liam Brock, Eddie Byrnes, Adrian Power, Arron Nunan, and Filip Mostowy giving Dave Dunphy’s side their second league win in succession.

Ballynanty Rovers: Stephen McNamara, Daragh Hughes, Liam Byrnes, Adam Costelloe, Danny McInerny, Thomas Byrnes, Aidan Hurley, Liam Brock, Filip Mostowy, Conor Ellis, Adrian Power. Subs: Eddie Byrnes, Kevin Nolan, Arron Nunan, Jamie Stewart

In the bottom half clash between Coonagh and Kilmallock, both sides produced a thriller which ended 5-4. Kenneth Meehan opened the scoring for the home side but they were pegged back by a resiliant Kilmallock shortly afterwards. Two quickfire goals from Rory O’Neill and Brion Moriarty sent Coonagh into a commanding 3-1 lead with the visitors pulling one back before half-time. Ger Myles was set up by Moriarty to score his side’s fourth before Moriarty grabbed his second goal of the game. Kilmallock rallied and made it a nervy ending as they scored two goals to make it a one goal game. However, Coonagh held on and are now just two points behind Nenagh in 6th place in the race for a top half finish.

Coonagh United: Josh Sheehan, Rory O’Neill (Ryan Earls), Joey Sheehan, Kenneth Meehan, Luke Doherty, Ronan Ryan, Darren Martin, Ronan Lynch (Tommy Grimes), Ian Considine, Brion Moriarty (Jack O’Donovan), Ger Myles

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