Glencormac turn the tables
Rathnew AFC 1, Glencormac United 2: Glencormac United took revenge into their own hands over Rathnew last Friday night.
DIVISION 1 Just three nights previously, the hosts had ended Glencormac United’s Clarke Oil & Fuel Cup dream at the semifinal stage but then the Glens returned to Shamrock Park on Friday and came away with three points.
Ian Devlin opened the scoring for the visitors before Kenneth Doyle levelled matters.
The dismissal of one of their players however meant Rathnew were always going to struggle in the second period and after creating plenty of chances, Padraig Devlin netted the winner 20 minutes or so from the end.
Arklow United 5, St. Fergal’s 1: Arklow United’s hunger for Premier Division football certain- ly can’t be questioned after they ripped apart Bray side St. Fergal’s AFC at the weekend.
United are eight points behind in the race for the league title but one vital piece of information is that the Arklow men have four games in hand over leaders Aughrim Rangers.
Mark Harte kept up his goal scoring exploits with a treble, while Alan MacBride and Alan O’Neill also chipped in with a goal each.
Wicklow Rovers 0, Aughrim Rangers 2: League leaders Aughrim Rangers continued their good form last Sunday with a comfortable 2-0 win over Wicklow Rovers.
This was sweet revenge for Rangers who were eliminated from the Wicklow Cup by Wicklow Rovers back in December on penalties.
Mick Healy and Rory O’Brien got the goals for the league hopefuls.