A fes­ti­val of goals

Bray People - - SPORT -

AVON­MORE FC will have to con­tinue to do things the hard way if they are to re­main in sec­ond place in Di­vi­sion 3 South.

Af­ter dis­pos­ing of Conary United this week, their other pro­mo­tion ri­vals – FC Laragh – are next on the agenda. The pair will meet to­mor­row evening in Laragh and should a win­ner emerge, they will surely go on to seal pro­mo­tion.

The stakes were also ex­tremely high as Avon­more vis­ited Rooster’s Park but they picked up a su­perb 1-4 vic­tory to put a mas­sive dent in Conary’s pro­mo­tion hopes and give their own as­pi­ra­tions a fresh shot of op­ti­mism.

Mean­while, pro­mo­tion may not have been on the cards for ei­ther Ark­low Celtic B or MK Dons at Celtic Park but it didn’t stop them from putting on a fes­ti­val of goals.

The Dons did just about enough in the end to heap more mis­ery on base­ment side Celtic, but it was by no means smooth sail­ing.

Ed Dunne, Gra­ham Heaney and Tom Ka­vanagh all bagged braces for the Dons but they were given a late scare by the hosts, who had Gary McLough­lin (2), Cathal Darcy and John Cush on tar­get.

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