Dan’s the man for Glynn

Di­vi­sion 2 high-flyers sink saints in real thriller

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A Dan Mur­phy goal late in ex­tra-time fired Glynn Barn­town into the sec­ond round of the Cre­ane and Cre­ane Wex­ford Cup at the ex­pense of St. Cor­mac’s af­ter an ex­cit­ing tie on Sun­day.

The Di­vi­sion 2 lead­ers ousted their Di­vi­sion 1 op­po­nents 4-3 af­ter ex­tra-time, with Robert Dempsey (two) and Ríoghan Cros­bie also get­ting on the score­sheet for the win­ners, and Mick Sweeney, Matthew Dunne and Brian O’Lough­lin re­ply­ing.

Wex­ford Celtic also came out on the right side of a seven-goal thriller af­ter ex­tra-time, with Philly Cullen net­ting a dou­ble for the Sin­nottstown Lane out­fit and Richie Browne and Mikey Han­ra­han adding a goal apiece against Cushin­stown, with Jimmy Whe­lan and Nicky Sin­nott (two) scor­ing for the vis­i­tors.

In­cred­i­bly, Ros­ber­con were the third side to win 4-3 af­ter ex­tra-time, with Paudie Mur­phy, Cil­lian Ben­nett, Neil Hickey and Barry Ryan get­ting their goals in their vic­tory over Ferns United ‘B’.

Gary Bres­lin, Kyle McHale and Dickie Red­mond scored for Ferns.

Di­vi­sion 3 out­fit En­nis­cor­thy Town shocked Di­vi­sion 1 side New Ross Celtic, win­ning 3-2 af­ter ex­tra-time with goals from Aaron Kenny, Paul Dev­ereux and Gra­ham ‘Doc’ Dunne. Rory O’Con­nor hit the back of the net twice for Celtic.

Cur­r­a­cloe United trav­elled to face En­nis­cor­thy United and came away with a 3-0 win cour­tesy of goals from Conor Hearne, Tomás Mur­phy and Stephen McGuire.

Cross­abeg proved much too good for Ross­lare Strand and ran out 6-1 win­ners with dou­bles from James Car­ley and Conor Maddock and a goal apiece from David Ber­ney and Ciarán Mar­low.

Dil­lon Parle grabbed a con­so­la­tion goal for Strand.

Sham­rock Rovers ‘B’ also chalked up a com­pre­hen­sive vic­tory as they won 5-0 in Rath­nure, with Robert Moore­house (two), El­liot Jor­dan, Shane Larkin and Jack Car­roll scor­ing.

A Gary Sin­nott goal was enough for New Ross Town ‘A’ to edge out Cour­town Hibs ‘B’, while An­thony Feeney was the match-win­ner for Town’s ‘B’ team, bag­ging a hat­trick in their 3-1 win over Cushin­stown ‘B’.

Di­vi­sion 3A side Bal­ly­murn Celtic shocked Di­vi­sion 1 strug­glers St. Leonards, with Shane Camp­bell baggging both their goals in a 2-1 win and Aran Mur­phy re­ply­ing.

P.J. Banville had his shoot­ing boots on as he scored five times in Campile United’s 11-2 win over Bun­clody ‘C’.

David Larkin and Eric Banville chipped in with dou­bles, while Jamie Myler and Shane Banville also got in on the act,e with Martin Mur­phy and Dion Dunne re­ply­ing for Bun­clody.

Alan Collins, Maxi Deni­siuk, Ed­munds Prud­skojs, Paddy Flem­ing and Bobby O’Sul­li­van got the goals for Gorey Celtic ‘B’ in their 5-1 win over Wex­ford Celtic ‘B’, with Caleb O’Brien re­ply­ing.

All Blacks ‘A’ saw off Carne FC 3-0 with goals from Adam Dev­ereux (two) and John Codd, while their ‘B’ team were also vic­to­ri­ous, with Michael O’Brien and Mark Sin­nott hit­ting the back of the net as they edged out Ross­lare Rangers ‘B’ 2-1, with Danny En­nis re­ply­ing.

Daire Bol­ger net­ted the win­ner for Ra­heen in their 3-2 win over Wex­ford Bohs ‘B’, with Enda Wick­ham scor­ing twice for the win­ners and Ed­die Pit­man and Michael O’Rourke on the score­sheet for Bohs.

Cur­r­a­cloe United Youths with a new set of jer­seys spon­sored by Robert For­tune Fit­ted Kitchens. In­cluded are: Jonathan Tobin (man­ager, left), De­clan Kielthy (as­sis­tant man­ager, sec­ond left), and spon­sor Robert For­tune (right).

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