The Noe Baba and Michael Sweeney double act struck again as the Castlebar Celtic Under 14s marched into the national SFAI Cup quarterfinals thanks to a 3-1 win away to one of the top Dublin clubs, Crumlin United.
A spirited Ballyheane display proved in vain at Carramore on Sunday afternoon as Tommy Walsh's late winner in extra time secured for the hosts a ticket into the quarterfinals of the Connaught Junior Cup. The full time whistle sounded seconds after Walsh's late heroics, leaving Ballyheane to reflect on what might have been at the end of a pulsating clash.
Westport United travelled to Waterford to take on a high-flying Villa side to earn a place in the SFAI Under 16 Barry Cup quarterfinal and the right to travel to Dublin to take on crack DDSL outfit, Belvedere FC.
GMIT Castlebar's quest for college football honours ended in disappointment at a wet and windy Celtic Park on Wednesday night last. Enterprising Athlone IT proved to be a bridge too far for the hosts in the final of the CFAI plate competition. Following on from their epic 3-1 victory away to Inchicore in the semi-final, GMIT had a great sense of optimism regarding the