Donohill continue push towards promotion

Eanann Linnane (Wilderness Rovers) and Darren Stokes (Bansha Celtic) in action during last weekend's Tipperary Cup 1st round tie.
Cashel Town 1 – 4 Donohill and District

Cashel Town 1 – 4 Donohill and District

Donohill strengthened their lead at the top of the third division as they furthered their push for promotion against a woefully poor Cashel Town side on Palmershill Sunday morning.

The visitors were two up at the break through goals from Brian Fox and Jerry O’Neill and went three up shortly after the break when the ever industrious Fox teed up Joey Shanahan to blast to the home side’s net.

Cashel Town offered some bit of fight with a quarter of an hour remaining when Ned Butler found the net, but a goal late on by Philip Mc Grath sealed all three points for the visitors.

Ballyneale 1 – 3 Vee Rovers

Vee Rovers climbed above Ballyneale on Sunday courtesy of a master class in finishing by Marty Grant, who scored all three goals for his side.

One up at the break, he fired two more in the second period with the lone reply coming from Darren McCarthy, but it being little more than consolation for the home team.

Clonmel Celtic 1 – 11 St Kieran’s

A youthful Celtic reserve side took an unmerciful battering against a rampant St. Kieran’s outfit who had scores from Pa Connors (3), Shane O’Neill (2) and Brian Cahill, Tony O’Donoghue, Seanie Kiernan, Aiden Neery, Mickey Byrne and Paul Darcy.

The real celebration of the day came from Darcy who became a father during the week and dedicated his goal to his new born son.

Shane Moloney scored a late consolation for Celtic.