Ennis Town were deservingly crowned Clare U17 soccer cup champions at the County grounds in Doora this Saturday afternoon but the final scoreline is a little unfair on Bridge United.
Bridge Utd’s youths side completed the league and cup double in the same week after fending off the challenge of neighbours Shannon Town on Thursday night.
Avenue Utd A and Newmarket Celtic A have claimed their respective places in the semi-finals of the Banner Carpets and Flooring Clare Cup.
*Photograph: Mark Hayes Newmarket Celtic have retained their title as Clare District Soccer League (CDSL) Premier Division champions.
Bridge Utd have been defeated in their efforts to qualify for a Munster Youths Cup Final.
Avenue’s slim chances of taking the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division will all come down to a ninety minute showdown with league leaders Newmarket Celtic.
Bridge Utd have qualified for the last four of the FAI Youths Cup for the first time in the club’s history.
Shannon Hibs collected a vital three points as part of the battle to remain in the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division coming from a goal down to beat Bridge Utd.
No transfers will be permitted in the Clare District Soccer League prior to the resumption of games this month.
*Jason Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly A member of the Clare District Soccer League’s (CDSL) county committee has warned that the…