Ruthless Rovers steamroll Campile
Premier Division: Shamrock Rovers continue to look unstoppable in their bid for the Premier Division title as they steamrolled Campile United on Sunday.
The Enniscorthy town side won 4-0, with Danny O'Reilly, Emmet Quirke, Eamonn O'Brien and John O'Connor hitting the back of the net.
Peter Marsden netted a double for Moyne Rangers as they saw off Gorey Rangers 2-0, while Curracloe United and Kilmore United were involved in a seven-goal thriller.
Kilmore prevailed 4-3 thanks to goals from Shane Cassidy, Darren Naughton, Aaron Goff and David Millar, while Stephen McGuire converted two penalties for Curracloe and A.J. Lehane also got his name on the scoresheet.
Bunclody continue to lead the way in Division 1 after comfortably accounting for bottom side Shelburne on Sunday.
The pace-setters ran out 4-0 winners, with Shane Franklin bagging a double and Johnny Melay and Steven Ryan adding a goal apiece.
Ger Carey and Richie Donohue got the goals for Gorey Celtic as they edged out Wexford Bohs 2-1, with Mick Murphy replying for Bohs, while Taghmon were too strong for Adamstown, winning 3-0 with first-half goals from Derek O'Hanlon and Chris Cullen and a late Seamie McLoughlin strike.
St. Cormac's boosted their title hopes with a hard-fought win over Crossabeg on Sunday.
The Foran Park side came out on top 2-1, with Ray O'Brien and Mark Brady getting their goals.
Seán Hopkins helped himself to a double and Wayne Carty got their other goal as Wexford Celtic beat Cloughbawn 3-2, while Ajax edged out Gorey Rangers 2-1.
Dean O'Reilly was the star man for Rosslare Strand, netting a hat-trick in his side's 3-3 draw with Enniscorthy Town.
An Elliot Jordan brace kept leaders Shamrock Rovers on track for the title as they saw off Forth Celtic 2-0 on Sunday.
Second-placed Stoney Rovers kept them within arm's length, however, as goals from Jamie O'Grady, Martin Delaney and Jamesie Rochford saw them overcome Killenagh 3-0.
A single goal was enough for Duncannon to pick up the three points against Fethard.
Leaders North End United showed no mercy on Sunday as they overwhelmed Ferns United 6-0, with four goals from Jay Leniston and a goal apiece from Barry Murphy and Robbie Mullins.
Caim United chalked up a 3-1 win against Raheen, thanks to a Paudie Lacey double and a goal from Nick Roche.
Oylegate ran out 3-1 winners against Rosbercon, with Ger Quigley opening the scoring.
Club captain Stephen Casey added two goals, one a fine individual effort, while Eddie Murphy got on the scoresheet for Rosbercon.
Table-toppers Bunclody moved a step closer to the Division 3A title as they beat Crossabeg on Sunday.
The leaders came out on top 2-0 thanks to an own goal and a Christy Atkinson strike.
Goals from Darren Beaver and Jesse Kells helped Wexford Celtic to a 2-1 win over Kilmore United, with Stevie Cousins replying for United.
Campile United earned a 2-0 win over All Blacks, while Shelburne won by the odd goal in seven against Courtown Hibs.
Wexford Bohs boosted their promotion hopes by beating Enniscorthy United 2-0 on Sunday, with Ian Nolan and Alan Flood getting their goals.
Bridge Rovers overcame Boolavogue 3-0, while Moyne Rangers and Curracloe played out a 0-0 stalemate.
There was goals aplenty in Division 4A on Sunday, with St. Joseph's topping the list of big hitters when they beat Ajax 8-2.
Brendan McCreary netted four for the Kilmuckridge men, Pat O'Brien added a double, while Daryl Gray and Dillon Kearns grabbed a goal apiece.
Corach Ramblers weren't far behind as they beat Orrill United 7-3, with Mark Sinnott helping himself to a hat-trick, M.J. Doran netting a double and John Quirke and Pat Power getting their other goals.
Enniscorthy Town put five past Ferns United, winning 5-2, while Rosslare Rangers edged out St. Leonards 2-1 in a tighter affair, with Mick Ryan getting the goal for Leonards.
Leaders Bree United had to be content with a share of the spoils as they were held to a 3-3 draw by Wexford Albion.
Wayne Dunne and Shane Doyle (two) got the goals for the pacesetters.
Eoghan Murphy and Eoin Carton netted doubles for Tombrack, with Mark McGill grabbing their other goal as they ran out 5-0 winners over Camolin.
Caim United and Orrill came away with a point apiece after a 2-2 draw, with Anthony Peare and Edward Buckley getting the goals for Caim.