Fermanagh & Western League round-up December 8
Defending champions and league leaders Enniskillen Town United suffered their first defeat of the season when they lost out 3-2 away to fellow title challengers Beragh Swifts. Stephen Browne scored twice for the hosts with Johnny Kuruc also on target, Frank Wallace and Nicky Dunbar with the visitors' goals.
Former champions Lisbellaw United were in fine form as they hammered Shelbourne 8-0 at home. Seamus Quigley scored four times with Paul McGrath getting a brace and Andrew Thompson and Raymond Carroll finding the net also.
Strathroy Harps maintained their title push with a hard-earned 2-1 win at Enniskillen Rangers with Tony Quinn and Darren Teague getting their goals.
Killen Rangers played hosts to Fintona Swifts and a fine performance saw them emerge 5-2 winners with Ray Lindsay, Ian Burke, Scott Sproule, Graham Young and Lee Donaldson getting their goals. Aidan Reid and Sean McMenamin hit the Fintona goals.
Lisnaskea Rovers had a 3-1 victory away to Tummery Athletic thanks to strikes from Simon Douglas and Darren Freeman, Ryan Cunningham with a consolation goal for the Tyrone side.
In Division 2, leaders NFC Kesh continue to set a cracking pace after winning 3-0 away to Derrychara United with Nicky Noble and Niall McMenamin (2) their scorers on the day.
St.Patrick’s were 2-1 winners at Glebe United, while Enniskillen Santos were emphatic 5-1 victors at Maguiresbridge, Jimmy McDonald with a consolation goal for the home side.
Spamount Swifts and Sion Mills Rec shared the spoils after an eight-goal thriller, while it also ended in a stalemate between Drumquin United and Strule United, 1-1.
In Division 3, it finished honours even at 3-3 between Magheraveely and Enniskillen Athletic. Gregory Johnston scored a brace with Andy Little also on target for Magheraveely with Markey getting a brace and Carney also scoring for Athletic.
Erne Rovers hammered Augher Stars 8-2 while Omagh Hospitals edged matters in a 10-goal thriller at Mountjoy United Reserves with Ryan Timlin (2), Paddy Magee, Niall McFadden, Mickey Coyle and Mick McCullagh getting their goals.
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