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Redgate Rovers had efforts from Craig Blackwell (2) and Ben Helme to retain pole position in Division Three on goal difference following their 3-1 triumph at Belfry but second placed Gateacre cranked up the pressure when goals from Ian Lewis, Jordan Whelan, Joe Connolly, James Bray and Johnny McGee secured a 5-1 win over Chester Nomads Reserves.
The TIBS goal came courtesy of Mason Keogh, with Sam Connolly, James Frazer, Ian Glasgow and Matthew Hickman all on target for the home side.
Besides the locations, there are familiar faces to spot, including John Woodvine as local priest Father Connolly, James Baxter as Whatley's RAF son Ken, and Sir Derek Jacobi, no less, as the pompous self-promoted major in charge of the home guard.
Valentine's Day Team Scramble: Ian Stranks, Craig Pitt, Daniel Eason and Ian Donnelly 84pts (c/b), Gary Cooper, Conal Kelly, Gareth Jenkins, and Paul Taylor, Jeff Clewes, Chris Laird, Dean Young and Wes Clayton 83, Dave Parsons, Steve Parsons, Mike Towers and Phil Smith 82 (c/b), Richard Taylor, Andrew Connolly, James Shepherd and Simon Franklin 82; Nearest Pin (17th)-Conal Kelly; Nearest Pin (15th)-Chris Laird.
HEROES: Medal-winning gardai Peter Connolly, James Conway, James Donegan (retired), Michelle Gethings, Joseph Ryan, Nigel Burke and David Sweeney yesterday Picture: BRIAN GAVIN
TRANMERE RES: Connolly, James, Johnston, Holmes, Creswell, Holden (Williams 60), Ferguson (Behan 80), Henry, M.
The trio, Niall Connolly, James Monaghan and Martin McCauley, were arrested at Bogota airport in 2001 under suspicion of training Marxist rebels.
Niall Connolly, James Monaghan and Martin McCauley had been missing since last December after an appeal court reversed their original acquittal and sentenced them to 17 years in prison for training rebel FARC guerrillas.
The Foxes' front-runners, however, have been struggling in front of goal - David Connolly, James Scowcroft and Nathan Blake have combined for a total of just six goals in 46 league starts.
Niall Connolly, James Monaghan and Martin McCauley were arrested in August 2001 after visiting a rebel stronghold in southern Colombia.
Stratford Town strengthened their promotion bid by crushing Coalville Town 5-0, top scorer Tony Robinson netting twice while Paddy Connolly, James Knott (pen) and Luke Barlone were also on target.
TRANMERE: Connolly, James, Holmes, Fraughan (triallist), Johnston, Henry, M Jones, Curran, Corrigan (Gornell 70), Davies, Holden.