BBK edge closer to glory
BBK UNITED edged closer to possible Division 1 glory on Sunday afternoon.
Ryder's Field was their destination for their clash with fifth placed Glencormac United and the Brittas Park outfit dispatched of their hosts with relative ease.
The visitors went ahead after 20 minutes and added a second midway through the second half before sealing the win that sent them to the top of the table in the final minute.
Willie Sinnott notched two of those efforts for BBK, with Philip Doyle landing the other.
That defeat makes a Charlie Bishop Cup spot a slightly more distant dream for the Kilmacanogue side, but for the majority of the other clubs in Wicklow's second tier, simply avoiding relegation is their top priority.
And St. Patrick's and Wolfe Tone Celtic took large strides towards achieving that aim with wins on Sunday.
St. Patrick's fell behind early in the second half to Aughrim Rangers but reigning WDL Player of the Year Johnny Arthur showed his class as he sunk an effort in the 60th minute to level matters before popping up with the winner in the final ten minutes.
Elsewhere, at Finn Park, a lone Stuart Purcell strike proved enough to earn Wolfe Tone Celtic a precious victory over St. Anthony's.