Division 3: Jamie McMahon netted a double for Rosslare Port as they moved level with North End United at the top of Division 3 thanks to a 2-1 win in Cushinstown.
Caim chalked up a 2-0 win in Bree thanks to a Thomas Browne double, while Raheen proved too strong for Ferns, winning 4-0.
Eddie Murphy got the goal for Rosbercon in their 2-1 loss to Rathnure.
Camolin Celtic pulled off the shock of the day in Division 3A as they overcame table-toppers Bunclody 5-2.
Campile United closed to within three points of the leaders with a 3-1 win away to Wexford Celtic, while Kevin O'Brien, Johnny Walker, Craig Davitt and Aidan Murphy bagged a goal apiece in Ballagh's 4-0 win away to Crossabeg.
Paul Walsh converted a penalty and Declan Kealy scored a volley as Ballymurn won 2-1 in Kilmore, while Shelburne beat Courtown 5-2 with goals from Rob Kehoe (two), James Connick, Larry Kehoe and John Cullen.
After successive draws, leaders Wexford Albion got back to winning ways with a 3-1 victory away to Gorey Celtic.
Keith Murphy netted a double for the Wexford town side, while Colin Mahon got their other goal.
Wexford Bohs also returned with three points in the bag as they won 4-1 in Boolavogue, with Alan Flood getting a hat-trick and Chris Downes also hitting the back of the net.
There were 5-0 wins for Moyne Rangers and Carne F.C. against Adamstown and Rosbercon respectively, while Curracloe also had no trouble in finding the net, seeing off Bridge Rovers 4-0 in their derby clash.
Rosslare Rangers continue to set the pace at the top of Division 4A after overpowering Corach Ramblers 5-2.
Rob Farrell and Mark Sinnott got the goals for Ramblers but it wasn't to be their day.
Rosslare Strand also registered a 5-2 victory, seeing off St. Joseph's with a hat-trick from Dean O'Reilly and goals from Rory O'Brien and Jamie Kelly.
St. Leonards remain in a challenging position after beating Ajax 4-2, with Stan Martin and Mark O'Neill scoring for the Enniscorthy side, while Lee Keeley netted a double for Cloughbawn as they drew 2-2 with Enniscorthy Town.
Bree United continue to lead the way in Division 5 after a 4-2 win over Caim United, with Dylan Dalton, Jim Bob Levingstone, Seán Rochford and Philip Walsh getting their goals and Anthony Peare and Nic Roche replying for Caim.
St. Cormac's overcame Wexford Albion 3-0 thanks to a Mick Ivory penalty and a double from Ray O'Brien, while Seán Hayden bagged a hat-trick for Taghmon United as they won 3-1 against Orrill United.
Darragh Bottomley and Murty Kavanagh got the goals for Rosslare Port in their 2-2 draw against Tombrack, with Kieran Kenny and Eoin Carton scoring for the visitors.