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Friday 15 December 2017

Collery hat-trick as 'Gawly narrow gap at the top

In the Sligo Pallets Premier League a blistering hat trick for Ciaran Collery and a fourth goal by Thomas Mc Laughlin gave Ballygawley a tremendous victory away to Real Tubber who scored their only goal via Fergal Mc Donagh.

This result brings Ballygawley within four points of league leaders Ballymote Celtic who have two games more played its still al to play for in the Premier.

Quayside Rovers went two down away to Glenview Stars thanks to strikes from Gino O Boyle and Ronan O Grady but a gaol each from Nigel and Glen Hargadon and a cracker from Seamus Painter seen a massive comeback by Quayside to steal the points at the death.

Dromore Villa thanks to a brilliant strike from James Hynes insured victory away to Gurteen Celtic.

Innishfree Celtic hit Carrick Town for four at the Ray Mac Sharry Complex Kevin Conlon nabbed a hat trick and Keith Carty added the fourth but still lost to a rampant Carrick Town who hit them for six.

Kilglass Inishscrone United at home to Cloonamahon Celtic shared the points in a four goal encounter John Boland and Shane Gilroy were on the mark for the home side with Alan Flynn and Aaron Nicholson on song for Cloonamahon.

The Sligo Southern Hotel Super League City United are pressing all the right buttons away to Calry Bohs at Hazelwood Keith Nibbs and Simon Gilmartin each scored twice along with leading scorer Gareth Kelly adding to his tally and insuring City top spot. Calry Bohs battled hard and a goal each from Joseph Mitchell and Darren O Hara was just reward for their endeavours.

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