Conary’s hopes hit a stumbling block
CONARY UNITED'S promotion hopes hit a stumbling block at the weekend as they were held to a 22 draw by Redbank United in Moneystown.
Barry Stapleton and Paul Little both registered efforts for the hosts as they moved out of the bottom two, having dropped in there several weeks ago.
This draw was just the third time Conary have failed to take maximum points this season.
St. Kevin's took full advantage of that slip-up by Conary. The Saints hosted Fassaroe YC B and romped to a facile 4-0 win to climb to within four points of the top two.
That was Fassaroe's second match - and second defeat - of the week.
On Wednesday night, the Bray side were in action against Charlesland AFC at the Fassaroe Community Centre.
The hosts held out for 80 minutes but suffered defeat after Garry White landed the only goal of the game ten minutes from time to move the Greystones side level on points at the top of the table with Fairwood Celtic.
Meanwhile, Wicklow Rovers unbeaten run shows no signs of stopping.
The Whitegates side made it nine games without defeat on Sunday when they recorded a 0-1 win over Carnew Celtic thanks to a Johnny O'Connor strike.