Per­fect ten for Round­wood against Park Ori­ent

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Round­wood AFC hit the per­fect ten on Sun­day as they put Park Ori­ent to the sword in their Andy McEvoy Pre­mier 1 clash.

Pa­trick Woods and David Ka­vanagh both helped them­selves to hat-tricks, while Damien John­son, Glen Hughes, Keane Mur­phy and De­clan Carstairs added a goal apiece.

Rath­new also had their shoot­ing boots on as they romped to a 7-2 tri­umph over FC Loko­mo­tiv.

Danny Quinn was the main man for the Vil­lage as he con­trib­uted four of that tally, with Michael An­thony Doyle, Johnny Byrne and Keith Doyle also get­ting in on the act.

The goals were fly­ing in ev­ery­where in the top flight as Ash­ford Rovers saw off St Peter’s 8-2 (see fo­cus match).

Glen­cor­mac United moved to within a point of the sum­mit of Di­vi­sion 1B with an 8-1 drub­bing of Rath­new on Sun­day.

Nathan Wat­ters net­ted a hat­trick for the Glens, with Ben O’Cal­laghan, Luke O’Cal­laghan, James De­lahunty, Stephen Kir­wan and an own goal adding to their tally, while Evan Doyle grabbed a con­so­la­tion for the Vil­lage.

Bohs Sup­port­ers Club held on to top spot thanks to a 3-2 away win over Grey­stones. Ja­son Healy and Michael De Witt hit the back of the net for the Wicklow out­fit, but it wasn’t to be their day.

Ark­low United con­tin­ued their good run of form with a 4-2 tri­umph away to Knock­mit­ten United, with Richie Neary bag­ging a brace, Aaron Healy find­ing the net and an own goal com­plet­ing their tally. Else­where, Wicklow Town AFC edged out St. Pa­trick’s AFC in a seven-goal thriller (see fo­cus match).

In the only game in Di­vi­sion 3 at the week­end Carnew AFC and Dearg Celtic came away with a point apiece af­ter a 2-2 draw.

Eoghan Dolan and Jonathan Smith scored for the hosts, with Michael Mur­phy net­ting both goals for the Red­cross out­fit.

Jamie Lambe net­ted an ex­tra-time win­ner for Round­wood AFC as they edged past Ark­low Town 3-2 in the LFA Youths Cup first round.

Round­wood were twice ahead, through Gavin Fog­a­rty and Conor Devlin, but goals from Clay­ton Mur­phy and Jack Mol­loy forced ex­tra-time.

Avon­more put day­light be­tween them­selves and the chas­ing pack with a 4-0 win over pre­vi­ously un­beaten Ash­ford Rovers in their John Tobin Youth League top of the ta­ble clash.

The pro­lific Oisin McGraynor net­ted a dou­ble, with Mark Cullen and Jack Man­ley adding a goal apiece for Avon­more, as they built up a five-point lead at the top of the ta­ble.

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