Dono­van nets the win­ner for Bohs

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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.

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