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“It’s a long way to Tipperary” the song goes and on Sunday, Iorras Aontaithe will find out just how long that trek is when they make their way to Celtic Park in Clonmel to take on Clonmel Town at 1pm. The Tipperary side booked their place in the fifth round of the competition thanks to a 4-0 win over north Tipperary outfit Borrisokane. Aidan McGrath scored their first and fourth goals that day, with David McGrath and Tony Scully both finding the net also. In the third round they saw off Two Mile Borris 5-0, with Rosgreen Rangers beaten 4-1 in the second round. Clonmel Town are currently seven games into their Tipperary Southern and District League Premier Division campaign and they have picked up four wins, two draws, and one defeat so far, scoring 24 goals in the process. Barry Ryan, Tony Scully, and Dwayne Burns have all been finding the back of the net with regularity for Clonmel Town this season.
THE ART of Joe Boske is synonymous with the great Galway Arts Festival posters of the 1980s as well as with a surreal, off-beat way of looking at the west of Ireland.
It promises to be a revealing weekend for Athlone Town as Mick Cooke's side face two critical contests in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
Tomorrow's Terryland Park Airtricity League first division encounter features a clash involving basement boys SD Galway and table toppers Limerick FC with both clubs keen to earn points for different reasons.
Despite suffering defeat in another high-scoring contest with Finn Harps, Johnny Glynn's Mervue United will be hoping to examine Limerick FC's first division title credentials at Fahy's Field tomorrow evening.
First division title favourites Limerick FC will be Mervue United's visitors at Fahy's Field tomorrow in what promises to be an interesting encounter.
One of the few real joys on the Galway senior soccer scene this season has been the substantial form of Mervue Utd.
It has been an encouraging start to the League of Ireland season for Mervue United in many different ways and tomorrow night at Fahy’s Field Johnny Glynn’s team will face another tough encounter with Limerick FC.
Galway United manager Sean Connor has accepted that a relegation play-off with Bray Wanderers is inevitable, but insists tomorrow’s trip to the Morton Stadium in Santry for a clash against Sporting Fingal carries importance as the Tribesmen seek an injection of confidence.
The last month of the League of Ireland season is usually packed with significant matches for Galway United and that is exactly the case again this year as Sean Connor’s charges face a crucial contest at Oriel Park tomorrow against Dundalk.