St. Peter’s looking good


Bray People - - Sport -

Ark­low Town A 1, St. Peter’s Bhoys A 4: Last sea­son’s run­ners-up find them­selves sit­ting at the top of the pile af­ter this win in Lam­ber­ton.

The Bray side will be looking to go one bet­ter than last year and on this form are cer­tainly pos­si­ble of achiev­ing it.

Fergus Martin, Jamie Kelly, Des Kelly and Shane Byrne net- ted for the Bhoys. Craig Led­with got Town’s goal.

Ash­ford Rovers 3, New­town United A 4: A de­pleted New­town United squad did just enough to see off Ash­ford Rovers last Sun­day de­spite find­ing them­selves trail­ing 2-0 with half an hour to go.

They showed tenac­ity though to fight back how­ever and even went on to win it.

Danny Byrne, Craig Quinn and Johnny O’Con­nor all net­ted for the home side while Paudie Doyle, Ciarán McGuirl, Cathal McNi­cholas and Dean Od­lum all scored for the vis­i­tors who fin­ished the game with ten men.

Wick­low Town A 1, Shil­le­lagh United 0: It may be early days but Wick­low Town cer­tain- ly do look like they are more than ca­pa­ble of com­pet­ing from the Premier Divi­sion.

Town have a new man­ager and many new play­ers from last sea­son and it’s thanks to one of those new play­ers, Mau­rice Dunne to be pre­cise, that they won this match as his first-half strike was enough to see off Shil­le­lagh United.

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