Two out of two for Shamrock Rovers
Published 08/09/2015 | 00:00
Shamrock Rovers registered their second win of the season with a 2-1 triumph over New Ross Town on Sunday. Willie Dobbs and Robert Moorehouse, who both got on the scoresheet in their opening day win, got the goals for the Enniscorthy outfit.
Fethard Rangers earned the three points with a good 3-1 win away to Fastnet Rovers. Chris Colfer netted a double for the winners, with Brian Power adding the other goal.
Elsewhere, Stoney Rovers won 4-1 in Duncannon, Killenagh beat Enniscorthy United 5-1 and New Ross Celtic overpowered Forth Celtic 6-1.
Jason Leniston bagged a brace for the second week in succession as North End United beat Cushinstown 3-0. Leniston's double was added to by Ciarán Carthy as they ran out comfortable winners. Bree United beat Raheen 4-1 with goals from Noel Roche, Thomas Cash, Shane Murphy and Tommy Lawlor while Rosslare Port edged out Rathnure 2-1 with an own goal and a Mark Corish strike.
Rosbercon proved too strong for Castledockrell, winning 3-1, while Caim crushed Oylegate 4-0.
Bunclody were the big winners in Division 3A on Sunday as they hit the perfect ten against All Blacks.
Brian Hancock and Ciarán Collier both netted hat-tricks for Bunclody in their 10-1 win, while Des Somers added a double and Paul Doyle and Mark O'Connor got a goal apiece.
Tomás Kent and Paddy Roche got the goals for Campile United in their 2-0 win over Kilmore.
Elsewhere Ballymurn beat Shelburne 3-0, Ballagh overcame Wexford Celtic 5-2 and Camolin and Courtown drew 1-1.
Gorey Celtic bounced back from an opening day defeat by edging out Curracloe 3-2 with strikes from Darragh Kenny, Dylan Kenny and an own goal.
Wexford Albion made it two wins from two by edging out Wexford Bohs 3-2 in a local derby while Carne F.C. and Rosbercon United also earned victories.
Boolavogue and Moyne Rangers had to be happy with a point apiece after a 2-2 draw.
Paul Boyce was the hat-trick hero for Rosslare Rangers as the overcame Enniscorthy Town 4-1, with Seán Stewart grabbing their other goal.
Brendan McCreary was another player to net a treble as he helped St. Joseph's to a 5-2 win over Ferns United. Dean McGovern added a double, with his second strike a stunning effort from 30 yards.
A Kevin Sinnott goal was enough for Corach Ramblers to edge out Ajax Athletic 1-0, while Willie Whitty and Evan O'Neill scored for St. Leonards in their 2-0 win over Rosslare Strand.
Orrill United proved too strong for Cloughbawn, winning 3-0.
In Division 5 St. Cormac's chalked up a 5-2 win over Caim with double from Ray O'Brien and Dean Fortune and a goal from James Kirwan.
James Doyle got on the scoresheet for Taghmon United as they drew 1-1 in Bree, Camolin won 3-1 at home to Rosslare Port, Killenagh beat Tombrack 3-0 and Orrill United and Wexford Albion drew 1-1.