Lisnamult advance in FAI Junior Cup

Roscommon & District League Round-up   Roscommon & District league Division 2 side Lisnamult Celtic are through to Round 3 of the Umbro Sponsored FAI Junior Cup following a 2-0 win away to the Sligo League Division 1 side Western Rovers.    The Brazilian Edimielson struck after twenty minutes of play and fellow countryman Leo added a second with eight minutes left to play.   Castlerea Celtic 2 Glen Celtic 1 Castlerea Celtic beat Glen Celtic 2-1 at Glenamaddy. Michael Geraghty gave the Glenamaddy side an early lead but with fifteen minutes left to play James Mannion levelled the game. Giles McDonagh converted a penalty-kick with six minutes left to play to secure a place for Castlerea Celtic in the third round. Treacy Celtic 4 Rahara   Rovers 3 Roscommon & District League Division 1 side Rahara Rvs. were beaten by a last-minute goal away to the Sligo Super league side Treacy Celtic. John O’Keeffe had earlier scored two and Philip Nestor one for Rahara Rvs. in what turned out to be a 4-3 defeat. Cloonfad Utd. 1 Manorhamilton 3 A missed penalty in the first half cost Cloonfad Utd. dearly when the Sligo Super league side Manorhamilton Rangers beat them. Declan Costello gave Cloonfad Utd. an early lead but the visitors were level after sixteen minutes of play. Cloonfad saw shots come back off the visitors’ goal post on three occasions before conceding two more goals in the second half, against the run of play. Skyvalley Rovers 1 Coolaney United 1 (Coolaney win 3-2 on pens.)   Skyvalley Rovers lost in a penalty shoot-out at home to the Sligo side Coolaney Utd. Cormack Mc Donnell scored with a well-taken free-kick in the first half for Skyvalley Rvs. but a lapse in concentration in the last minute of the game allowed Trevor McQuinn in for an equaliser. There were no goals in extra-time and Coolaney won the shoot out 3-2.  Athlone Nissan sponsored Division 1 Ballinasloe Town 3 Moylough 93 1   Ballinasloe Town beat Moylough 79 3-1 at Ballinasloe. Wayne Coyne gave Ballinasloe Town a half-time advantage and David McDonald and Warren Coyne added two more in the second half. Ballinasloe now share the lead with Ahascragh Utd. and Strokestown Utd. but have more games played. Cam Celtic 1 Ericsson 1 Cam Celtic kept in touch with the leaders when the came from behind to draw 1-1 at home to Ericsson F.C. at Brideswell. David Kelly gave Ericsson F.C. a first-half lead and Dermot O Connor equalised with fourteen minutes left to play. Lough Harps 3 Manor United 1 Manor Utd. recovered from two previous defeats to beat Lough Harps 3-1 in Ballinlough. Aidan Kelly converted a penalty to give Manor a 1-0 advantage at the break. In the second half Brendan Burke added two more for Manor Utd. Joe Neenan got a consolation goal for Lough Harps. Bear An Raille Division 2 Roscommon Town 1 Loughglynn 0 Roscommon Town went into second placed after beating league leaders Loughglynn Utd. 1-0.    The only goal of the game was scored by Brian McNeela in the first half.    Roscommon Town are four points behind the league leaders Loughglynn but with two games in hand.    Laurencetown drew 0-0 at home to the Newbridge side Shiven Rovers.  Ballinagare were beaten 3-1 at home to the Castleplunkett side CP Ajax. Ger Heneghan scored all there for the winners and Paddy O’Connor pulled a goal back for Ballinagare. CP Ajax are now in second place in this division. Casey Ford Division 3 Leaders Cam Celtic were beaten 4-2 away to Moore Utd. Moore had the game sewn up at half-time when they were 4-1 ahead and while Cam Celtic pulled a goal back in the second half the result was never in doubt. Estan Olivera, Alan and Kieran Duffy and Enda Kenny scored for Moore Utd. with Declan Lynch and Conor Byrne replied for Cam Celtic.   Castlerea Celtic are just two points behind the leaders following an impressive 4-0 win over a young St. Johns Athletic side at Lecarrow. Derek Kennedy scored two and Garreth McElhone and P. Egan got one each for the winners.   Rahara Rvs. beat Ballymoe F.C. at Rahara. Valdo scored two for the winners and Fred Doolin and Jeremy Cullen added two more. Gregory Grogan replied for the losers.