East Galway derby

RUBY OIL PREMIER DIVISION Ballymoe FC v Glen Celtic: Prediction: This game sees bottom club Ballymoe FC take on Glen Celtic who are also in the bottom four. A draw for me. Castlerea Celtic v Skyvalley Rovers:  Prediction: Castlerea Celtic who are second in the league and with Skyvalley Rovers six points behind Celtic, I’m going for a home win.  Cloonfad United v Kilkerrin United:  Prediction: Hard game to call but with Kilkerrin United in need of the points away win for me. Dysart v Moore United:  Prediction: This game looks like a draw for me. BEAR AN RAILLE DIVISION 2 C.P Ajax v Ballinagare:  Prediction: Ballinagare played out a draw in their last game, CP Ajax also drew, so I’m going for a draw!  Cloonfad United v Skyvalley Rovers:  Prediction: This game will be a real dog fight as the two teams are in the bottom half of the leagues, so I’m going for a home win for Cloonfad United. Roscommon Town v Laurencetown:  Prediction: Roscommon Town went down to top of the league Shiven Rovers while Laurencetown draw with CP Ajax. I saw Laurencetown play Lisnamult Celtic and they looked a good side so I am going for a away win. ATHLONE NISSAN DIVISION ONE St John Athletic 3 Moylough 79 2: St. Johns Athletic, continue to lead the Athlone Nissan Division 1 thanks to a hard earned 3-2 victory over Moylough 79 in Lecarrow. David Corcoran gave the winners a perfect start when he headed a corner kick to the Moylough net. Dermott Donnellan levelled the game before half time with a well-taken free-kick. Johnny Devine struck twice for St. John’s shortly after the break and with ten minutes left Dermot Donnellan closed the gap with another free-kick special. Rahara Rovers 2 Ericsson FC 2:  Second placed Rahara Rovers were held to a 2-2 draw at home to a much-improved Ericsson FC. Fran Mulhall gave Ericsson a 1-0 lead after twenty minutes of play and Barry Nestor levelled the game five minutes later. Barry Nestor scored again after sixty-one minutes of play and Mick Fitzgerald got an equaliser for Ericsson FC near the end of the game. Strokestown United 5 Lough Harps 1: Strokestown United are in third place after beating bottom side Lough Harps 5-1 in Strokestown. Conor Silke and David Parker scored two each and John Rogers got the fifth with Joe Neenan replying for the Ballinlough side. Ahascragh 1 Ballinasloe Town 1: In the local derby game at Ahascragh United the home side drew 1-1 with old rivals Ballinasloe Town. Vinnie Doherty gave Ballinasloe Town a 1-0 lead after sixty three minutes and Frankie Devine replied for Ahascragh United with eight minutes left to play. BEÁR AN RÁILLE DIVISION TWO Ballingare 1 Loughglynn United 1: In the Beár an Ráille sponsored Division 2, leaders Loughglynn United were held to a 1-1 draw away to Ballinagare. Mark O’Brien had Loughglynn ahead at the break but with fifteen minutes left in the game an own goal won a point from Ballinagare. Roscommon Town 1 Shiven Rovers 2: Shiven Rovers had a valuable 2-1 win over Roscommon Town at Roscommon and now lead this Division. Frances Noone converted a free kick for the Town side after twenty minutes of play. However two late goals from inspired substitute Noel Dervan and Eugene Naughton won all three points for the Newbridge side. Laurentown 1 CP. Ajax 1: Laurencetown and CP Ajax drew 1-1 in Laurencetown. Conor Cullinane won a point for Laurencetown after the visitors had earlier converted a penalty-kick. Cloonfad 0 Lisnamult Celtic 3: Lisnamult Celtic are still in the title race after beating Cloonfad United 3-0 in Cloonfad. The Brazilians Rodrigious, Dida and Max scored for the Roscommon town side. All three goals were scored in the second half.  CASEY FORD DIVISION THREE K.C Celtic 1 Moore United 1: In the Casey Ford Division 3 leaders Moore United were held to a 1-1 draw away to new side KC Celtic. Enda Kenny gave Moore a 1-0 lead at the break and Tommy Shea won a point for the Kilconnell side when he scored in the second half. Ballymoe FC 3 Castlerea Celtic 1: Second-placed Castlerea Celtic were surprisingly beaten 3-1 by Ballymoe F.C. in Ballymoe. Martin Hynes gave Ballymoe a 1-0 half-time lead and a Billy Kelly strike and an own goal made it three with Nigel Ward pulling a goal back for the losers. St. John Athletic 3 Rahara Rovers 3: This local derby game in Lecarrow saw St. Johns Athletic and Rahara Rovers share six goals. An early goal from Michael Finneran and two from Brian Carney gave St. John’s Athletic a 3-1 cushion with five minutes left to play. However an own goal and a strike from young Vando won a point for Rahara Rovers after Derek Doolin had earlier scored.