St. An­thony’s and Ark­low share spoils


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St. An­thony’s A 1, Ark­low Celtic 1: St. An­thony’s and Ark­low Celtic had to set­tle for a share of the spoils af­ter both sides failed to pro­duce a win­ner in this match played at Finn Park last Sun­day morn­ing.

PREMIER DIVI­SION This re­sult now sees Celtic move to within four points of top spot, al­beit with a game more played than the top side.

The Kil­coole side mean­while re­main just a point be­hind the Ark­low side in fourth place with a game in hand and had they found a win­ner they would have been sit­ting in sec­ond place this week.

JP Kelly got the goal for the hosts.

Ash­ford Rovers 1, Glen­view FC 5: Glen­view FC leapt three places in the league on Sun­day af­ter this con­vinc­ing win which leaves Ash­ford Rovers still with just a point, and only En­niskerry YC be­tween them and the foot of the ta­ble.

The Bray side had en­joyed quite a slow start to the league cam­paign but now ap­pear to be back on track as they chase St. Peter’s Bhoys who have quite a healthy lead at the top of the ta­ble.

Clin­ton McCormack took the plau­dits af­ter hit­ting the tar­get three times to se­cure the match ball, with Bray Wan­der­ers leg­end Kieran ‘Tarzan’ O’Brien also net­ting, as well as for­mer En­niskerry YC star Ashley McDon­agh.

Rich­mond Rovers 3, En­niskerry YC A 1: En­niskerry YC re­main rooted to the bot­tom of the Premier Divi­sion af­ter fail­ing to beat Rich­mond Rovers at the Bal­ly­waltrim Com­mu­nity Cen­tre last Sun­day af­ter­noon.

This win now sees Bray side Rovers move to within a win of sec­ond place, some­thing they de­serve great credit for hav­ing come up from Divi­sion 1 last year.

Rich­mond col­lected the three points in this one thanks to strikes from Stephen Doyle, James O’Toole and Frankie Cowen.

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