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Connor needs to rebuild confidence for visit to Santry

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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.

Celtic look to take points from home game

Castlebar Celtic currently sit in fourth place in the Newstalk A Championship table on seven points from their six games. This weekend they are looking to push their points total on to 10 when Dundalk come to Celtic Park on Sunday evening.

United possess sufficient ability to rattle Fingal

Encouraged by a morale-boosting away success over UCD, Galway United return to Terryland Park action tomorrow when Sporting Fingal visit the west.

Celtic welcome the gypsies on Sunday

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Castlebar Celtic will welcome Bohemians to the Celtic Park on Sunday for their second game in the Newstalk A league on Sunday afternoon. Celtic opened up the their league campaign last Sunday with a 1-1 draw away to Sporting Fingal in Dublin. An under strength Celtic side saw manager Declan Kilkelly have to go between the sticks due to an injury crisis. Chris Rowland opened the scoring for Celtic after 20 minutes and went in at the break leading. Sporting Fingal had former Irish international Glenn Crowe in their ranks, and Kilkelly was very happy with the performance of his centre half, pairing against such an established League of Ireland performer. “Declan Flynn and Shane Moran, who it has to be remembered is only 18, did really well for us against Sporting Fingal,” he said. “They are a top side who have come on a lot since they came into the league a number of years ago.” Having to go into goal wasn’t something that Kilkelly wanted to do, and he hopes he doesn’t have to again. “It wasn’t something I really wanted to do, but you have to do these things and I did my best for the lads. I’m still a bit sore after it. I took a bang in the ribs near the end which is still a bit sore at the minute.”

Iorras stay top as Ballina hit early season slump

Ballina Town's defence of their Mayo Super League title took another blow on Saturday night when they slipped to their first defeat of the season after they were surprisingly overturned by Castlebar Celtic in Celtic Park. It's the third time in as many games that Brendan Kenny's side have failed to register a win and Iorras Aontaithe didn't let the chance to open up a gap a the top slip in Carne. Despite trailing to bottom of the table Snugboro United, Michael S Togher's men dug out a hard fought 3-2 win to leave them four points clear at the top with maximum points from their six games. Westport United now only trial Ballina by a single point and have two games in hand on the champions thanks to a 2-1 win over Straide and Foxford United in the Sportspark on Sunday. Ballyheane did their chances of survival this season a big boost on Saturday evening with a 2-0 win over Fahy Rovers in Quigley Park. Swinford's good start to the season continued when they beat a struggling Manulla side 3-1 on Saturday night to leave them in fourth place in the table.

United need to convert chances against league standard bearers

It has been a demanding start to the season for Galway United, and tomorrow's trip to Dalymount Park for a clash with champions Bohemians will provide another strenuous evening.

 

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