Round­wood on tar­get against St. An­thony’s

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DIVI­SION 2 Round­wood FC 4, St. An­thony’s B 2: Al­though they have played more games than their ri­vals, this win now sends Round­wood to the top of Divi­sion 2.

Con­fi­dence would have been sky high for the Kil­coole side af­ter a big win last week but the Vartry Grounds are al­ways a dif­fi­cult place to go and they found this out the hard way.

Ross and Dar­ren Hack­ett both scored for the vis­i­tors but the hosts earned the three points af­ter a Luke Fer­gu­son dou­ble and goals from Robert Eyre and Thomas Fitz­patrick. Fas­sagh Row YC 7, St. Pa­trick’s 0: Foot­ball re­ally is a funny old game. Last week Fas­sagh Row were on the end of a com­pre­hen­sive de­feat and this week they wel­comed St. Pa­trick’s to Bray and ran out 7-0 win­ners.

Pat’s may be miss­ing some play­ers due to their GAA re­spon­si­bil­i­ties but to lose by seven goals is some­thing that shouldn’t hap­pen. Ark­low United B 0, Avon­more FC 3: Avon­more went into this clash on the same points as their op­po­nents but this win has launched them to within a point of top spot.

A trip to Fern­dale Park is never easy but the vis­i­tors made light work of their day’s work and won the three points due to Eu­gene Dunne’s two goals and Stephen Porter’s ef­fort. En­niskerry YC B 2, Red­bank United 2: Two sides who haven’t ex­actly made fly­ing starts to their new sea­sons were forced to be con­tent with a share of the spoils af­ter meet­ing at Ber­ry­field last Sun­day.

Red­bank took the lead on 19 min­utes be­fore be­ing pegged back by a Craig Wil­liams goal. United went ahead once again only to con­cede a goal in the 65th minute from Ger Har­vey.

An­drew Carstairs scored for Red­bank from the penalty spot and Val­das Gruse­lionif’s stun­ning 25-yard free kick made up the other goal.

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