Wolfe Tone heap more mis­ery on Wicklow Rovers

Bray People - - SPORT -

WOLFE TONE CELTIC got their sea­son back on track on Sun­day as they heaped more mis­ery on Wicklow Rovers.

The two trou­bled sides went to war at the White­gates on Sun­day and the Bray side eased their rel­e­ga­tion wor­ries as they cruised to a 0-4 success. Their chief marks­man Rob­bie Healy man­aged two goals against Rovers, with Stephen Martin and winger Paddy O'Brien con­tribut­ing the other ef­forts as the Bray club climbed out of sev­enth spot.

There have also been some in­ter­est­ing de­vel­op­ments in the up­per ech­e­lons of the sec­ond tier. Sec­ond-placed St. Pa­trick's A squan­dered the chance to re­claim top spot at Wicklow Town's ex­pense af­ter be­ing held to a 2-2 draw by Rath­new AFC B in Kil­cashel.

Martin Kenny and goal ma­chine Adam Tuke notched for the hosts, with Mick Nolan and Josh Gra­ham on tar­get for the Sham­rock Park men.

St. Fer­gal's AFC were also in ac­tion and they en­sured that their name was still in the mix for pro­mo­tion and ti­tle glory as they edged out lowly Avon­more FC B by three goals to two at the Bal­ly­waltrim Recre­ational Cen­tre.

Keith Forde landed a brace for the Saints, whereas Kieran Con­way struck a sin­gle. David Carter and Ryan Cahill scored for the vis­i­tors.

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