Orchard continue to rise
Tuesday, 15 April 2014
Orchard City 2. Cleary Celtic 0.
ORCHARD City continued their charge towards the Carnbane Premiership table with a comfortable victory over Cleary Celtic on Saturday.
Declan Carville and Michael Green rattled the Cleary net as they shape up to the business end of the season. Their eye is now on the Mid-Ulster title prize. Orchard face Carnbane Premiership title rivals Windmill Stars in Mid-Ulster Shield Final Easter Tuesday (April 22) at 11am in Newry's Showgrounds
DIVISION ONE - Vincent Gilmore Cup
Greenfield Park 3. Midway United 0.
GREENFIELD intend on finishing their first Carnbane season on a high and while having not ruled out their chance of winning promotion, they are likely candidates for cup success.
On Saturday they beat promotion rivals Midway with Brian Heaney grabbing the opener and Mayobridge Gaelic football start Ronan Sexton rattling in two goals.
Clanrye Athletic 3. Ashgrove Rovers 1.
CLAYNRE Athletic bounced back from going down to an early goal against basement side Ashgrove Rovers in Saturday's Vincent Gilmore Cup game.
Cricky Smith gave Ashgrove an unlikely lead with less than a minute played however the sides were soon level as Sean Anderson converted his spot-kick.
Young Dylan Morgan was rewarded for his high energy play with a classy goal and Robbie Dixon completed the win for a jubilant Clanrye.
Millburn United 3. Rostrevor 0.
IT was a bittersweet week for both south Down clubs as Rostrevor won the bragging rights
when they beat Millburn in the AOH Cup on Tuesday, but on Saturday the spoils belonged to Millburn who were convincing winners with Aaron Tohill
bagging a brace and Ruairi Murdoch grabbing the other goal.
Millburn's priority is winning the Division
One title, which they will do if they can beat
Midway United on Saturday, April 26, at Jimmy McAlinden Park.
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