*Paul Corry scored for Bridge Utd. Photograph: Natasha Barton BRIDGE UTD dropped points against neighbours Shannon Town Utd which was duly capitalised on by Newmarket Celtic who move two points clear at the top of the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division.
*Lifford players celebrate David Keenan’s goal in Roslevan. Photograph: Ruairi Price A NEW SEASON has begun with the race for the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division kicking off in earnest.
*Sporting Ennistymon players vent their frustration during the dramatic clash with Avenue Utd. Photograph: Natasha Barton / CDSL ONE OF THE biggest sporting controversies in the county is still clouded in uncertainty with Sporting Ennistymon’s attempts to claim back points deducted from them by the Clare District and Soccer League (CDSL) and their Premier Division …
*Photograph: Natasha Barton / CDSL SPORTING ENNISTYMON have said a late fixture change was the reason they decided not to fulfil their League relegation/promotion play-off tie with Kilrush Rangers scheduled to take place on Sunday morning.
*Photograph: Cealtra Communications SPORTING ENNISTYMON are to lodge an appeal after they were deducted seven points in the Maloney Hardware Premier Division and issued a financial penalty by the Clare District Soccer League, The Clare Echo has learned.
*Jason Ryan was elected Chairman of the CDSL. Photograph: Martin Connolly The liveliest debate at Monday’s annual general meeting of the Clare District Soccer League (CDSL) developed from a motion from Rhine Rovers which asked that two teams from the same club be allowed play in the same division.
Newly elected Chairman of the Clare District Soccer League (CDSL), Jason Ryan has outlined that the new County Committee will be working as a united front aiming to lead the resumption of games.