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Peter is the top dog for the Town Terriers

OFFALY senior footballer Peter Cunningham topped the Portarlington Town scoring charts when he netted in his side's CCFL Shield clash with Maryborough.

The Portarlington Terriers left it late to snatch victory in the match because Cunningham, whose strike brought him to five for the season, did not score until the 82nd minute.

After he nodded in a Christopher Booth cross, Stephen Terry hit the Terriers' second and they rounded off a 3-1 win at Portlaoise Leisure Centre when Jason Jordan made little of the injury which had prevented him from starting by heading home a Brendan Maher ball.

In the previous round Delwyn Mooney scored his first goal for Portarlington in the 3-2 victory over BBC United. Two-goal hero Jamie Evans netted an injury time winner.

Mountmellick's run goes on with Grennan's help

MARK Grennan got the credit for all three assists when Mountmellick United's B team travelled to Athlone and beat Melville Celtic 3-1.

Mark Goodwin, Darren Strong and David Lee got the goals as the really in-form Mountmellick second string notched up their ninth successive victory, a run which saw them amass 25 goals and concede only five.

Four-goal Hurley's first half heroics sink Dubh

TOM Hurley scored all the goals when the Temple Villa Under 19s built a 4-0 lead over Coill Dubh recently.

Aaron O'Rourke then netted from the penalty spot after the break and Conor Mannion scored with virtually the last kick of the game to complete a 6-1 rout of the Combined Counties newcomers.

Meanwhile, Coill Dubh are holding their AGM tomorrow evening. Go along to the Coill Dubh community centre for 8.30pm.

Teen star Ryan shows Birr Town how it's done

CRAIG Ryan scored twice as Birr Town Youths came from behind to defeat Killavilla United.

The following day Craig was on the mark again, scoring Town's third goal in the first team's Premier Division defeat of Rosenallis.

GEAROID KEEGAN


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