Glen­cor­mac turn the ta­bles

Bray People - - Sport -

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.

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