Donovan nets the winner for Bohs
Wexford Bohs continue to fly the flag for the Model county after edging out St. Patrick’s Boys in the O’Neill’s LFA Youth Cup Saturday Section first round.
Jordan Donovan got the only goal of the game to send the Drinagh outfit into the next round.
Jack Salt fired Tombrack United in front against St. Joseph’s (Blue) in Tinryland, but that was as good as it got for the visitors with the Carlow side running out 3-1 winners.
Elsewhere, Enniscorthy United lost out 3-0 to a strong Avonmore side.
Bridge Rovers moved to the top of Youths Division 1 with an emphatic 7-1 victory over St. Cormac’s on Saturday. Seán Murphy, Darragh Malone, Dylan O’Neill, Evan Carr, Tiernan Malone and Wictor Janzcy (two) got the goals for the Castlebridge side.
Reece De La Cour helped himselt to a hattrick for Rosslare Rangers as they overcame Kilmore United 3-1.
St. Leonards earned their first win of the campaign, with Tarique Ngouoto, Ben Whitty, Jamie Sheehan and Jack Holden getting their goals in a 4-1 win over Gorey Celtic, and Darragh Flanagan replying. and Jack Davis got their other goals.
Adam Boylan (two), Paul Hearne, Conor Roche and Ryan Corrigan (two) got the goals for Curracloe United in their 6-2 win over Glynn Barntown.
Bree United picked up their first points of the campaign when they saw off Wexford Celtic in a real goal-fest on Saturday.
Peter Rodgers scored a hat-trick, Tadgh Malone and Eamonn Doyle both added doubles, with Jack Kinsella getting their other goal in an 8-6 triumph. Eoin O’Connor (two), Michael Dowd (penalty), Jack Ryan, John Hennesy and Bobby Freeman got the goals for Celtic.
Alex Molloy (two), Lorcan Breen, Aaron Hanley and Jack Donohue scored for Corach Ramblers in their 5-3 win in Adamstown.
Elsewhere, Jamie O’Rourke bagged both goals for Shelburne in their 2-1 win over St. Joseph’s.
Leaders Gorey Rangers made it five wins from five in Division 3 as they overcame Wexford Albion 3-1 on Sunday.
Dylan Vickers bagged a double for the north county men, with Kevin Kavanagh grabbing their other goal and Cian Rossiter replying for Albion.
Second-placed Shamrock Rovers earned the local bragging rights when overcoming Enniscorthy Town 5-2 with goals from Jack Carroll (two), Seán Wildes, Robert Moorehouse and Elliot Jordan.
Callum O’Reilly, Conor O’Leary, Cormac Byrne and Des Mythen got the goals for St. Joseph’s in their 4-1 win over Duncannon, with Adam Foley grabbing a goal for the seasiders.
Rathnure got off the mark for the season with a 2-1 win in Bree, with Anthony Westnott and Nicky Quigley scoring for the winners and Philip Walsh replying.
Bunclody and Raheen shared the spoils after a 2-2 draw, with Chris Kelly scoring both goals for the former and Peter Finn bagging a brace for Raheen.
Rosbercon United ended Courtown’s winning start to their Division 4 campaign when they earned a 3-2 win over Hibs on Sunday.
Mick Kelleher netted a brace for the winners, while Philly O’Connor got their other goal.
Edmunds Prudskojs and Greg O’Rourke both scored doubles for Gorey Celtic in their 4-1 win over Kiltealy, while goals from Davie Fenlon and Conor Kelly made it three wins in a row for Crossabeg as they saw off Ferns United 2-1. Nathan Brelin hit the back of the net for Ferns.
Glen Carton scored all four goals for Camolin Celtic in their 4-2 win over Carne FC, with Leigh Aylward getting both goals for Carne.
Leaders St. Joseph’s proved too good for Tombrack on Sunday, running out 4-0 winners with goals from Pa O’Brien, Dillon Kearns, Darragh Corrigan and Brendan McCreary.
Second-placed Cloughbawn also picked up three points, with Adam O’Connor scoring both their goals in a 2-1 win over Castledockrell.
Seamie Kehoe and Thomas Cosgrave got the goals for St. Leonards in their 2-0 win over Caim United, while Killenagh Wanderers earned a 2-1 away win over Enniscorthy United.
Taghmon United travelled to Enniscorthy Town and came away with a 4-2 victory thanks to goals from Shane Power (two), Jason McLoughlin and Dylan Murphy.