Week 3: Limerick District League Premier Division Round-Up

Carew Park and Ballynanty Rovers played out a thriller in Carew Park as the game ended in a 3-3 draw. Care raced into a 2 goal lead thanks to Pa Boyle and Arron Nunan. Ballynanty showed great character in the second half to draw level through two quick fire goals from Thomas Byrnes and Habideen Gbedebo. However, Carew must have though they had grabbed the points when Nunan grabbed his second of the game but Gbedebo was on hand again to equalise.

Ballynanty host Aisling Annacotty on Sunday in LIT in another big clash while Carew Park take on Pike Rovers.

Carew Park: Evan Moloney, David Power, Mark Slattery, Gary Griffin, Jamie Enright, Pa Boyle, Gavin Hehir, Jamie O’Sullivan, Adam Dore, Johnathan Grant, Arron Nunan

Ballynanty Rovers: Kevin Walsh, Daragh Hughes, Dermot Fitzgerald, Adam Costellow, Rian O’Connell, Adrian Power, Thomas Byrnes, Cian Fitzgerald, Eddie Byrnes, Conor Keane, Habideen Gbedebo Subs used: Cian Power, Dylan Higgins, Aaron Power, James Fitzgerald

Nenagh picked up their first victory of the season with a 4-1 victory over Coonagh United at Brickfields on Thursday night. Matthew Spain x2, Kieran O’Brien and Dylan Morrisson accounted for the goals for Cillian Fitzpatrick’s side who now face Janesboro on Sunday morning. Coonagh replied through Ger Myles and will now face Mungret Regional.

Nenagh AFC: Eoghan Tinkler, Dylan Morrison, Mark McKenna (Ryan Gilmartin), Kieran Barr, Ryan, Mini Sheehan, Eoin Coffey, Adam Ryan, Matthew Spain (Cillian Scully), Adam Brennan (Eamon White), Szymon Popiela (Kieran O’Brien)

Mungret Regional are still searching for their first points of the season after they succumbed to a 1-2 home defeat against Charleville. Shane Dillon and Mark Patterson traded goals before a late Gary Ward penalty gave Adam Castle’s side the 3 points. Mungret host Coonagh on Sunday and it is unlikely that Charleville will have any game due to Prospect Priory’s demise.

Mungret Regional: James Roche, Stephen Hackett (Eoghan Kelly), Aled Harkin, Eoghan Ryan (James White), Sean O’Sullivan, Stephen O’Dwyer (Ben Flanagan), Donie Curtin, Mark Patterson, David Conway, Pa Ahern, Cian McNicholas

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