Mar 24 2019


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 8:43 pm

Erris United began life back in the Premier Division of the Mayo League on a winning note against Kiltimagh/Knock United at home on Sunday 24th March.

Iorras Aontaithe, started life in the Premier League on a winning note.

These two sides had the misfortune  of been relegated from the Super League in 2018. Iorras under new Player/Manager Eamon Carey looked the better side all through the game, which was played in a blustery cold wind. The home side were in front on 25 minutes from a header from Brendan Nallen, Kyle O’Reilly provider. Erris could have added to that lead three minutes later but Pete McArthur’s effort shot wide. It remaind 1-0 at the break.

Brendan Nallen, two for Erris each side of the half.

The visitors began the second half with urgency and were back level ten minutes in from Simon Jordon but two minutes later Pete McArthur provoded a great cross for Kyle O’Reilly to head home at the far post.

Kyle O’Reilly, a great headed effort to make it 2-1 for Erris.

Brendan Nallen made it 3-1 from the penalty spot on 75 minutes and with the clock ticking down, Dylan Walker made it 4-1, the final score.

Ref: Mick Walsh

Premier League table on after day one.

Erris are away to Glenhest Rover on Sunday 31st in Soler21 Park in Castlebar with a 11.30am kick-off.

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