Dunne is the hat-trick hero for Bunclody
Division 3 - Dion Dunne was the hat-trick hero for Bunclody, but it was only enough to earn his side a point as they drew 3-3 with Forth Celtic.
Jack Roche, Aaron Whitty and Anthony Hayes got the goals for the Murrintown side.
Derick Woods and Columb Sheridan got the goals for Gorey Rangers as they earned a good 2-1 win away to Rosslare Port, while Cushinstown saw off Duncannon thanks to a Robert Kehoe double and one from Mark Lee.
Aaron Rothwell got the goal for Shamrock Rovers in their 1-1 draw with local rivals Ajax Athletic, with Jimmy Molloy replying.
There was unfortunately a premature end to another Enniscorthy derby after Enniscorthy Town's Johnny Whelan suffered a serious injury when they were leading 2-1 against Enniscorthy United. Everybody wishes Johnny a speedy recovery.
Ballymurn have started the campaign like a side that means business and they bagged their second win of the season on Sunday, seeing off Rosslare Rangers 5-2. Eoghan 'Snowy' Kehoe helped himself to a hat-trick for the winners, with John Breen also getting on the scoresheet and Stephen Redmond scoring a cracker, with Tyrone O'Reilly and Jason Ellare replying for Rangers.
An Anthony Westnott goal was enough for Rathnure to make it two wins from two as they edged out Raheen, while Gary Collins, Danny O'Reilly and Garrett O'Brien got the goals for Rosslare Strand as they drew 3-3 with Bridge Rovers.
Michael Grangel rolled back the years by netting a hat-trick as New Ross Celtic beat Oylegate 3-2, with Stevie Ring and Ryan Hill replying.
Wexford Albion chalked up an impressive 4-1 win away to Shelburne, with goals from Kyle Mann, Pierce Dooley, Luke O'Neill and Ian McGuire.
Fethard Rangers also picked up three points, beating Rosbercon 3-1 with a Jean-Luc Tubritt double and a Jack Costello goal.
After the opening weekend's thrilling 6-5 win over local rivals Carne, All Blacks had a more straightforward triumph on Sunday when winning 3-0 away to Castledockrell, thanks to a goal from Conor Breen and an Aaron Wright-Power double.
Corach Ramblers secured their second win by seeing off Carne 2-1, with Alan Diskin and Philly Murphy getting the goals for the winners.
Crossabeg are also vying for top spot after overwhelming Curracloe United 6-1, with goals from Conor Maddock (two), Vinnie Sullivan, James Carley, Alex Wilson and Davy Fenlon.
It was also two out of two for Wexford Bohs as they beat Ferns United 5-0, with an Aaron Lambert double and goals from Robbie O'Connor, Aaron Goodison and Alan Flood.
A Keith Crosbie goal was enough for Camolin to pick up the points away to Caim United, while Ben Murphy and Colm Sinnott got the goals for The Ballagh in their 2-2 draw with Courtown, with David Fitzpatrick netting both goals for Hibs.
Gorey Celtic have started the season with a bang and on Sunday they comfortably overcame Glynn-Barntown 5-1 with goals from Peter Murphy (two), Jakub Konkel, Jake Cassidy and Craig Travers.
Cloughbawn also chalked up a second victory, winning 4-2 away to Boolavogue, with goals from Kevin Murphy, Stephen Kennedy, Seán Lambert and Tomás Kehoe.
Enniscorthy United have been scoring for fun and on Sunday they overwhelmed Wexford Celtic 8-0 with goals from Seán Murphy, Bill Rigley, Aidan Canavan, Joe Millar, Tyler O'Connor, Andres Lopes, Darren Martin and David Franklin.
Paddy Roche, Paddy McMahon, Larry Weafer and Jamie Myler got the goals for Campile United in their 4-0 win over Tombrack, while Wexford Albion won 5-1 away to Taghmon and Ballymurn and St. Joseph's played out a 0-0 stalemate.
Eoin Ryan and Eamonn Whitty both netted doubles for St. Leonards as they made it two wins from two with a 4-2 victory in Bree.
Wes Bradley and Lee White got the goals for Adamstown as they also maintained their perfect start with a 2-1 triumph against Rosslare Port, while St. Cormac's are also on full points after edging out Enniscorthy Town 2-1.
New Ross Town got on the scoresheet with an Adam Jones double and an own goal, but they went down 9-3 to Kiltealy Celtic, who have started the season with two emphatic victories.
David Doran netted four goals for Killenagh in their 6-1 win over Stoney Rovers, with Tom Hobbs and Oisin Dunbar also getting on the scoresheet.
David Donnelly bagged all three goals for Cushinstown as they saw off Ferns United 3-1.