*Photograph: Natasha Barton NEWMARKET CELTIC MAINTAINED their unbeaten start to the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division while important wins were also collected by Avenue Utd and Tulla Utd.
*Stephen Jordan was on course to get a goal only for the offside Mark Roche to interfere with the ball in Avenue’s dominant win over Kilrush Rangers. Photograph: Natasha Barton / CDSL SHANNON TOWN, NEWMARKET Celtic, Lifford FC and Avenue Utd all powered through to the third round of the FAI Junior Cup.
*Harvey Cullinan’s return from Sheffield Utd has strengthened Newmarket Celtic. Photograph: Natasha Barton / CDSL NEWMARKET CELTIC ended Lifford’s unbeaten streak with an impressive display while Avenue Utd proved much too strong for Tulla Utd.
*Photograph: Natasha Barton BRIDGE UTD obliterated Mountshannon Celtic to move to top spot of the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division while Lifford FC also kept their unbeaten run intact.
*Tadhg Noonan was on the scoresheet again for Newmarket Celtic. Photograph: Natasha Barton GAMEWEEK TWO in the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division saw no major surprises but a return to winning ways for champions Avenue Utd.
*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.
*A view of the floor at the CDSL AGM which took place at Treacy’s West County Hotel. Photograph: Natasha Barton FAIRNESS WAS NOT EVIDENT in the Clare District Soccer League (CDSL) so far as the awarding of the Second Division title was concerned, clubs have argued.