En­niskerry earn point


Bray People - - Sport -

Ark­low Town 2, En­niskerry YC 2: En­niskerry YC re­turned from Ark­low Town last week with a pre­cious point, their first of the cam­paign.

PREMIER DIVI­SION The vis­i­tors went into the half­time break trail­ing by a goal to nil, but die hard Leeds United fan Si­mon Chad­wick lev­elled mat­ters on 63 min­utes.

Striker Ger Har­vey then put them 2-1 ahead just five min­utes later but just as the vil­lagers started dream­ing of a pre­cious three poins, Town struck with less than ten min­utes on the clock to break their hearts.

Shil­le­lagh United 5, Ark­low Town 0: Shil­le­lagh United will have raised a few eye­brows with this ex­tremely con­vinc­ing win over Ark­low Town side.

United only had five points go­ing into this fix­ture but per­haps they have turned over a new leaf.

Ark­low’s Le­in­ster Se­nior League side may be fly­ing high, but this side aren’t quite en­joy­ing the same for­tunes.

Power-house Paddy Byrne struck twice and this was added to by sin­gles from Barry Nolan, David Cullen and Brian Ros­siter.

Ark­low Celtic 1, Glen­view FC 3: The bril­liant strike duo of Dar­ren Col­lopy and Clin­ton McCormack com­bined once more to see off the chal­lenge of fourth placed Ark­low Celtic.

Th­ese three points now see the Bray side move up to sec­ond place and more im­por­tantly to within two points of St. Peter’s.

Glen­view seem to be hit­ting form at just the right mo­ment, as last week they won 5-1 and this week they hit the back of the net three times, with Col­lopy con­vert­ing twice, and McCormack once.

St. An­thony’s 2, En­niskerry YC 0: St. An­thony’s moved up to third place in the Premier Divi­sion af­ter see­ing off the chal­lenge of En­niskerry YC at Finn Park last Sun­day morn­ing.

Hav­ing come up from Divi­sion 1 last sea­son, the Kil­coole side have been the sur­prise pack­age this sea­son.

They se­cured the three points in this one thanks to strikes from Pa­trick Woods and Colm McGovern.

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