Ark­low get re­venge

Bray People - - SPORT -

ARK­LOW UNITED gained re­venge for their shock de­feat to Glen­cor­mac United in their last out­ing by spank­ing the Kil­macanogue side 1-6 at Ry­der's Field on Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Craig Young tore the Glens de­fence to shreds as he re­turned home to Fern­dale Park with a four-goal haul. Paul Flusk and Ed­die Ka­vanagh were also on the mark for the Ark­low side as they stormed back to the top of the ta­ble. Kevin Red­den net­ted the hosts' con­so­la­tion ef­fort.

And that de­feat - twinned with St. Fer­gal's 5-2 tri­umph over St. Pa­trick's - has dam­aged the Kil­mac side's hopes of a place in next sea­son's Char­lie Bishop Cup.

Fer­gal's hosted Pa­trick's on Sun­day in a battle of the Saints and it was the Bray side who emerged the vic­tors. Divi­sion 1 lead­ing scorer Kieran Conway recorded yet an­other hat-trick for his side, and he was helped out in the goalscor­ing depart­ment by Paul O'Brien and Ian Flana­gan who both landed a goal apiece as their side re­claimed fourth spot from United.

An­other Saints' out­fit, Saint An­thony's, also en­joyed a suc­cess­ful week­end. The Kil­coole side edged away from the drop zone fol­low­ing a 1-2 win over Wolfe Tone Celtic at the Vevay Tem­ple Sports­field.

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