Castilla could not pass the draw on his visit to Langreo before his own inability to transform his danger, the two shots he crashed in the left post of Adrián Torre and the goal in legal position that the referee, Recio Moreno, annulled Marc Gual to the edge of the rest in Ganzábal. The forward debuted with the Real Madrid subsidiary with a remarkable match in which he matched the goal of his namesake Marc Nierga. The first arreón was given by Langreo, but Castilla soon took possession of the ball and took control of the match (He finished with 64% possession, above his average for the season). In some phases, with possessions greater than one minute and the defensive line of the subsidiary entered ten meters in the middle of the field defended by the locals. Despite the domain, the hit was given by Langreo with a measured Davo center to the heart of the area, which Marc Nierga continued to infiltrate between the centrals to beat Altube with a superb stub. Shortly after Langreo forgave the second in a bad pass behind the branch that Pedro Montero hunted, but he did not dare to finish off and gave the ball to Marc Nierga. The forward was entertained to arm the shot and gave Guillem time to save under sticks.Castilla, who had been trying from afar, had two occasions in the quarter hour before the break. Adrián Torre repelled a shot by Marc Gual and at the intermediate edge the referee annulled the newcomer somewhat for a non-existent offside. The Betulense took it out 12 minutes after the restart, when he finished off a center of Guillem from the right. First goal of Real Madrid for the brand new white signing.It was the evidence that Castilla had found the formula to harm his rival: open the field and look for the centers from the band. Marvin had 1-2 in the center of Fran García, but Adrián Torre saved the shot. Where the local keeper did not arrive, his left stick appeared. There crashed Martín Calderón a cannon shot from 30 meters and then Fran García a ball rejected after a stop from Torre to Gual. Altube also found an ally in his respective wood in a shot of Davo after a long ball that he controlled and accommodated Luarca’s own attacker in what was the last great occasion of the match.
USL Results & Reports 11.08.13Results4 Lanterns USL Derry City Res. 1 0 Drumkeen Utd.(played in Drumkeen)DPD Couriers First DivisionLetterkenny Rovers 2 4 Swilly Rovers ReportsDrumkeen Suffer Title SetbackDrumkeen Utd. 0Derry City Res. 1Drumkeen’s quest for a first USL title took a knock at a rain soaked St Patrick’s Park as they lost one nil to the reigning champions. The home side started brightly and almost went in front on 8 mins when Conor Carlin delightfully controlled Packie Mailey’s long ball but the keeper saved well as the rebound fell to Carlin again but his shot from a tight angle rolled across goal. Carlin had another good chance moments later when Ronan Coyle chipped a delightful ball through but his first time shot was well blocked by the keeper. The home team continued to dominate and David Shovlin was just wide with a shot from the edge of the box. The visitors first shot of note was a tame shot from the Derry left back on 20 mins. The visitors came into the game after this and the remainder of the first half was a hard fought battle with chances at both ends hard to come by. Drumkeen home side were again on top from the restart and had a half chance on 50 mins when the keeper fumbled a harmless cross but he reacted well to get to the second ball. A min later Chris McBride was played in by Ronan Coyle but he dragged his shot wide of the far post. The home times best chance fell to Carlin when McBride crossed for Carlin but on the stretch his shot went over the bar from a few yards out. On 63 mins Michael Carroll headed a free into the box and Mark Marley headed goalwards but his effort lacked power. The visitors had a glorious chance on 65 mins when Tony McNamee cross but with the goal at his mercy no 8 missed his kick. The home team had another let off just a minute later when the keeper fumbled a tame shot but it just trickled wide. The let off was short lived as from the corner they scored with a header. Drumkeen had a chance on 75 mins when Carlin’s shot from Coyle’s ball was well saved. On 76 mins Carlin’s cross was headed straight at the keeper by Shovlin. Derry almost made it two on 79mins when the no 8 some how missed from 3 yards out. Drumkeen piled on the pressure after this but just could not get the goal they needed with Richie Moore having two good efforts blocked and Shovlin having a fine effort tipped over the bar. Best for Drumkeen Ryan Gildea, Mark Marley and Conor Carlin. First Division ReportSwilly Rovers Res. 4Letterkenny Rovers Res. 2A minutes silence was reserved prior to the game in memory of Mary O Donnell wife of Letterkenny Rovers coach Liam O Donnell who sadly passed away this week. Liam played for Swilly a number of seasons ago too. This was a very entertaining local derby with the Ramelton men emerging victorious. Letterkenny were very much on top in the first twenty minutes with strikers Darren McElwaine and Jason Doherty going close. Swilly then got to grips with midfield duo James Mc Cahill and Daniel O Donnell pulling the strings for Swilly in midfield. Shay Durning with a shot cut cross was deflected home by a Letterkenny defender on 21 minutes.On the stroke of half time, Daniel O Donnell scored a penalty to put Swilly two ahead. On 71 minutes, it was three after a brilliant move Daniel O Donnell released and Liam O Donnell with a superb cross was headed home with style by Kyle Black. James Mc Cahill then hit the crossbar with a superb drive. On 82 minutes Jonny Logue released Liam O Donnell who hammered home in some style to make it four. Kristin Ferris with two fine close rang efforts reduced the deficit to two in the final four minutes. Swilly had a man dismissed on 51 minutes but held on to record an impressive victory. Swilly Rovers: Caolan Bolton, Shay Durning, Ciaran Diver, Jonny Logue, Anthony Fisher, Ryan Mc Daid, James Mc Cahill, Daniel O Donnell, Callum Milner, Liam O Donnell, Oisin Duffy. Subs: Bobby Hanlon, Kyle Black, Jason Gibson(unused)Letterkenny Rovers: Chris O’Donnell, Brandon Toye, Noah Mailey, Kieran Doherty, Anthony Doherty, Tristan Ferris, Kevin Doran, Chris Malseed, Darren Mc Elwaine, Jason Doherty, Aaron Scanlon. Subs: Matthew O Rourke, Steve Apake, Glen Gallagher, Ryan Mc Laughlin, Conor Coll, Will Friel, Ryan Connelly.Match Referee: Stephen TonerFixtures4 Lanterns USLMonday, August 12th at 7:30pmFanad Utd. v Swilly RoversRef. V. McLaughlinTuesday, August 13th at 7pmLetterkenny Rovers v Kildrum TigersRef. C. McLaughlinSunday, August 18th at 2pmBonagee Utd. v Finn Harps Res.Ref. P. DuddyFanad Utd. v Cockhill CelticRef. P. CollKildrum Tigers v Derry City Res.Ref. W. HarveySwilly Rovers v Letterkenny RoversRef. T. McAreeDPD Couriers Div. 1 Cup Final at Leckview ParkSaturday, August 17th, Kick-Off 5pmDrumkeen Utd. Res. v Swilly Rovers Res.Ref. V. McLaughlinAssts. C. McLaughlin & M. Lagan4 Lanterns Ulster Senior LeagueTeamPWDLForAgainstDiff +/-PointsDrumkeen Utd.11100124121230Cockhill Celtic118302662027Letterkenny Rovers104421412216Swilly Rovers94231712514Kildrum Tigers93331813512Derry City Res.113261518-311Finn Harps Res.111551420-68Fanad Utd.101271029-195Bonagee Utd.101181429-154DPD Couriers USL First DivisionTeamPWDLFADiff +/-PointsKildrum Tigers65011641215Swilly Rovers53021112-19Bonagee Utd.52121013-37Letterkenny Rovers6204911-26Drumkeen Utd.5113812-44SOCCER: ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE REPORTS was last modified: August 11th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)