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Section O Says Hello (27/05/15)

Good evening ladies and gents from your compatriots on the other side of the ground! 3 games into the second round of fixtures, and after the double act of Dundalk and Rovers, we’re now one match into an important trilogy of games with Limerick, Bray and Galway. Thankfully I’m writing this after De Town sent Limerick back home empty handed on Saturday night last in CCS. The first act in any trilogy sets the scene for the rest so hopefully that applies here.

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Supporters’ Club Notes (24/05/15)

VITAL WIN

Winning “must win” games brings its own pressure but we did just about enough to secure all three points against a dogged Limerick side on Saturday night. Mark Salmon was the goal hero on the night when his powerfully struck shot evaded the 17 year old Limerick keeper mid way through the first half.

It was a nervy enough start for the De Town and in truth the visitors should have scored early on. Kevin O’Connor had an excellent game and Ben Mohamed continues to weave his magic but was unlucky not to have scored more than once. Kaleem Simon did find the back of the net following some good work but his effort was ruled off side.

A single goal lead always makes for a rapidly beating heart and in the second half, we really should have extended our lead. We were almost made to pay dearly at the death when a looping Limerick header just went over the bar. The sighs of relief echoed round the grounds and were added to with the sweet sound of the final whistle.

That slender one nil win was enough for all three valuable points which in turn saw us leap frog Drogheda, Derry and Galway back to 6th in the league table. At this early stage, it looks like Dundalk will retain their crown while around us, it looks like a real tussle is set to last till the season’s finale.

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Mark Salmon seals 3 points for Town v Limerick

Pictures by Tiernan Dolan

Longford Town defeated Limerick 1-0 at City Calling Stadium last night, Mark Salmon with Town’s goal on 25 minutes. Town’s next game is at City Calling Stadium, in the FAI Cup 2nd Round, Friday next, 8.00pm v Finn Harps.

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Ayman Ben Mohamed to train with Ireland U21

Congrats to Ayman Ben Mohamed, who has been invited to participate in the Republic of Ireland’s U21 training session on Saturday the 30th of May at the AUL Complex in Dublin.


Section O Says Hello

Good evening ladies and gents and hello from the other side of the ground! The last two games have seen us once again take on two of the best sides in the country consecutively and although we came out the other side with no points, there certainly was some encouraging signs. Having said that, encouraging

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Supporters’ Club Notes (18/05/15)

UNREWARDED AGAIN

Like the previous week against Dundalk, we really deserved something from our trip to Tallaght but came away empty handed. The possession stakes were pretty even but a a few missed chances that ultimately meant us coming home with a 3-2 defeat. Shamrock Rovers took an early lead but Pat Flynn levelled matters with a fine header from a Mark Salmon corner. After that we should have had taken the lead but chances from Stephen Rice and Gary Shaw failed to rattle the net.
The second half produced two home goals by Blanchard. Despite the set back, Kalem Simon pulled one back when he scored following a headed pass from Mark Salmon. Seven minutes remained but the score remained the same too. We lost Rossiter and Flynn to injuries but hopefully, they’ll be fully recovered by Saturday night. The travelling supporters as usual made themselves heard among the 1,500 or so and hopefully we’ll have as many at home this coming Saturday night.

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Town in Section 2 of U17 National League

Here are the final make-up of the groups for the U17 National League. The season will kick off the weekend of August 9th 2015. The first season will be truncated between August and December, to facilitate a move to a single calendar season from April to November 2016, running alongside the SSE Airtricity League Season.

The Groups are as follows:

Section 1: Bray Wanderers, UCD, Cork City, Cobh Ramblers, Limerick, Waterford United, Wexford Youths, Cabinteely

Section 2: Shamrock Rovers, St Patrick’s Athletic, Mervue United, Salthill Devon, Athlone Town, Longford Town, Sligo Rovers

Section 3: Derry City, Finn Harps, Shelbourne, Monaghan United Cavan FP, Drogheda United, Dundalk, Bohemians

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Town Fixtures and Results

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SSE AIRTRICITY LEAGUE:

Fri. 15th May 2015
Shamrock Rovers 3-2 Longford Town
Tallaght Stadium • Report

Sat. 23rd May 2015
Longford Town 1-0 Limerick
City Calling Stadium • Report

Fri. 5th June 2015
Bray Wanderers v Longford Town
Carlisle Grounds • 7.45pm

Fri. 12th June 2015
Longford Town v Galway United
City Calling Stadium • 7.30pm

Fri. 26th June 2015
St. Patrick's Athletic v Longford Town
Richmond Park • 7.45pm

FAI CUP 2ND ROUND:

Fri. 29th May 2015
Longford Town v Finn Harps
City Calling Stadium • 8.00pm

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