Conary’s hopes hit a stum­bling block

Bray People - - SPORT -

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.

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