BALLYNURE OB 1 1 BRANTWOOD
There was little to choose between the teams at the start until Kyle Agnew scored for
Ballynure on the 37th Minute putting them in front at half-time. Brantwood got back on
level terms after Jordan Kernaghan scored on the 62nd minute and at the end the
teams shared the points.
Referee Mr. Michael McKenna
BRANTWOOD 6 1 MOSSLEY FC
Brantwood went in front after Jordan Kernoghan scored on the 20th minute then
Mossley equalised on the 31st minute. Jordan Kernaghan put Brantwood back in front
on the 34th minute followed by a brace of goals scored by Wm McMurdie on the 36 and
38th minutes to go three goals Clear at half-time. Jordan Kernaghan completed his hat-
trick on the 52nd minute and Marty McAvoy scored number six.
BALLYNURE OB 1 2 BRANTWOOD
Ballynure went down to ten men in the first-half with a man sent off for a second yellow
card. Ballynure then went in front after David Higgins scored on the 55th minute
Ballynure then had a second man sent off before Stuart Crawford equalised for
Brantwood on the 82nd minute. Ballynure then had a third man sent off as the game
went into stoppage time when Mark Tweedie scored the winner for Brantwood on the
BRANTWOOD FC CALLED FREE WEEK
DONEGAL CELTIC 2 2 BRANTWOOD
Both teams took time to settle and this saw few clear chances to score before Logan
Brady scored for Celtic on the 41st minute. Brantwood got back on level terms after
Stuart Crawford scored on the 71st minute followed by Denis Vesely putting Brantwood
ahead on the 73rd minute. Celtic got back level after Daniel Jackson scored on the 76th
minute and at the end it was a point to each team.
Referee Mr. James McCreesh
CANCELLED DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES
BRANTWOOD 1 0 DUNLOY
This was a corker of a game with result in doubt right up to the final whistle. At the end
It was a goal scored by Mark Tweedie on the 32nd minute that won the game for
Referee Mr. Jimmy Johnstone
BRANTWOOD 0 3 BANGOR
This was another win for Bangor who have a number of games to catch up on Glebe
Rangers. Bangor went in front after Ethan Boyland scored on the 18th minute then
doubled their lead after Ethan Boyland scored his second goal on the 41st minute.
Brantwood tried hard to get back in the game but Ben Arthurs sealed the win when he
scored on the 49thminute.
Referee Mr. Paul Leckey
BRANTWOOD 5 1 FC WHITEABBEY
Brantwood got off to an early start with Luke Watters scoring on the 9th minute Conner
Mullen then equalised for Whiteabbey on the 25th minute. William McMurdie put
Brantwood back in front on the 32th minute followed by goals scored by Luke Watters
42nd, Samuel Dykes 57th and Mark Tweedie 90th minutes.
Referee Mr. Mark McCurdy
COOKSTOWN RBL 1 2 BRANTWOOD
RBL held the advantage in this game through a goal scored by Ryan Moore in the
first-half. Brantwood got back into the game after William McMurdie scored on the 80th
minute and the winning goal scored by Mark Tweedie on the 82nd minute.
Referee Mr. Conor Murphy
BRANTWOOD 5 0 DONEGAL CELTIC
Brantwood went in front after Jordan Kernaghan scored on the 9th minute followed by
Glenn Pierce scoring on the 14th minute. Mark tweedie scored a third goal on the 32nd
minute followed by goals scored by Bryan Rainey and Marc Rainey on the 49th and 89th
minutes. Referee Mr. Keith Hughes
St JAMES SWIFTS 2 0 BRANTWOOD
No goals were scored during the First-half than goals scored by Mark Clarke and Sean
Donnelly on the 47th and 64th minutes won the game for St James.
Referee Mr. Paul Berry
DESERTMARTIN 0 3 BRANTWOOD
Brantwood went in front after Glenn Pierce scored on the 20th minute. Half-time was
almost reached when Luke Watters put Brantwood two goals clear on the 44th minute
followed by Glenn Pierce scoring a third goal for Brantwood on the 58th minute.
Referee Mr. Kieran Coulter
BRANTWOOD 2 0 GLEBE RANGERS
Brantwood went in front after Mark Tweedie scored on the 23rd minute and an own goal
on the 50th minute doubled their advantage and all three points at the end.
Referee Mr. Keith Hughes
CRAWFORD CUP SEMI-FINAL
BRANTWOOD 2 0 WAKEHURST
Both teams tended to cancel each other out in mid-field thus few good clear chances
were created. The deadlock was broken when Luke Watters scored for Brantwood on
the 72nd minute then with Wakehurst chasing the game Jordan Kernoghan nipped in to
score a second goal for Brantwood to seal the win on the 82nd minute.
Referee Mr. James McCreesh
WAKEHURST 0 1 BRANTWOOD
This was a very closely contested game with both teams creating some good chances
but at the end it was a goal scored by Colin Watters on the 24th minute that won the
points for Brantwood.
Referee Mr. Jimmy Johnston