BBK stay top af­ter win over New­town


Bray People - - Bray Sport -

New­town Park Celtic 1, BBK United 4: Top spot re­mains BBK’s for an­other while at least af­ter they came away from New­town with a comfortable win.

DIVI­SION 3 Wil­lie Sin­nott and Conor Doyle both reg­is­tered two goals each and this de­feat now leaves New­town Park Celtic sit­ting com­fort­ably in midtable.

Aughrim Rangers B 1, Grey­stones United 3: At the start of the sea­son things might have looked omi­nous for ‘ Stones but now it ap­pears there’s no stop­ping them as they col­lected an­other three points at the week­end.

Dara O’Brien’s ef­fort proved to be worth­less to the vis­i­tors as they were made to suf­fer their third de­feat of the sea­son so far.

Conary United 2, Fair­wood Celtic 6: So far they are BBK United’s clos­est ri­vals for top spot in Divi­sion 3 and Fair­wood Celtic kept the pres­sure on their ri­vals with this con­vinc­ing win over Conary United.

Six points is what sep­a­rates Celtic from top spot (they do have two games in hand) and they se­cured the three points in this one af­ter a first half blitz from Tony Darcy, who scored three, and Alan Nolan, who got two, one of which was from the penalty spot.

In the sec­ond half Nolan showed it was a case of ‘any­thing you can do, I can do bet­ter’ when he scored his third of the game.

Clash Celtic 2, East­coast Al­bion 2: Clash Celtic and East­coast Al­bion had to be con­tent with a point apiece last Sun­day at Bal­li­na­clash Field.

This point wasn’t enough to lift Al­bion off the foot of the ta­ble how­ever and they are joined their by Aughrim Rangers.

Clash aren’t far away from them ei­ther and sit just one point ahead of the duo.

David Carter and David Byrne net­ted for the hosts while Dar­ren hit scored twice for the Al­bion.

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