*Photograph: Natasha Barton

Shannon Town Utd kept their Premier Division title aspirations alive with a valuable 5-1 away win over Mountshannon Celtic. 

Mountshannon Celtic 1
Shannon Town 5

The trip to Scariff for this tie proved worthwhile for Shannon Town with this convincing win to keep their title hopes on track.

Their scorers were Gary O’Connell (2) and one each from Jack Kelly, Brian Monaghan, and Brian O’Connor. Mountshannon’s goal came from William Glass

Mountshannon Celtic: Andy O’Dwyer; Michael O’Brien, Oran Scanlan, Niall Dear, Shane Kavanagh; Martin Cunningham, Michael Barrett, Ronan Dooley, Conor Whelan, Paddy Fitzgerald, William Glass.

Subs: Tiernan Slattery for Whelan; John Pearl for M. O’Brien; Simon Ball for R. Dooley

Shannon Town: Shane Russell; Steve Carroll, Cody Waller, Alex Cole, Colum Treacy, Jack Kelly, Rob Wall, T. J. O’Dwyer, Brian O’Connor, Gary O’Connell Brian Monaghan;

Subs: Nathanael Nyakujara for Cole; Aidan Leahy for Carroll; Ben O’Neill for O’Connor; Charlie Morrison for O’Connell

In the same competition Lifford and Shannon Olympic played out a scoreless draw.

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