BBK stay top after win over Newtown
SOCCER ROUND-UP OF ALL THE LOCAL ACTION
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.