Su­gar­loaf are held by En­niskerry

Bray People - - SPORT -

SU­GAR­LOAF FC missed their big chance to catch up with En­niskerry YC af­ter only manag­ing a 0-0 draw at home to the league leaders on Sun­day morn­ing.

A win would have seen the Bray side cut En­niskerry’s lead to four points, with the Youth Club hav­ing played an ex­tra match.

But this draw leaves En­niskerry know­ing that three wins from their last four games will win them the First Divi­sion 1 crown.

Grey­stones United played their penul­ti­mate league game at the week­end and that saw them lose 3-0 to Ark­low United at Fern­dale Park.

Stephen Fox, Stephen Kin­sella and Ger Earls were the marks­men for the Ark­low side as they edged closer to a Char­lie Bishop Cup spot.

An­other side hop­ing to qual­ify for the Char­lie Bishop Cup is Glen­view FC and they did their chances no harm on Sun­day, beat­ing bot­tom side St. Fer­gal’s AFC.

An Ashley McDon­agh ef­fort and a rare Jamie Quiney strike se­cured the points for the Glens.

That de­feat puts the Saints Divi­sion 1 sta­tus in fur­ther doubt and fel­low strug­glers Glen­cor­mac United are now left cling­ing onto their Divi­sion 1 sta­tus af­ter their 3-3 draw with St. Pa­trick’s on Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Paul Devlin, Ian Mor­ris and Kevin Red­den notched for the hosts at Ry­ders Field, but the Glens were de­nied a win by a late strike from Avoca side St. Pa­trick’s.

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