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Wednesday 19 December 2018

Leaders United end year on a high

Division 3 leaders Enniscorthy United ended the year on a high with a 2-0 derby win over Shamrock Rovers on Sunday.

Kaylem Morrissey and Hasane Smyth got the goals for the league leaders.

Two great strikes from Aaron Curry earned Duncannon a 2-1 victory in Bree, with Noel Roche scoring for the hosts.

Division 4

Wexford Bohs will end the year at the top of Division 4 after making it eleven wins from eleven with a 3-0 triumph away to Castledockrell on Sunday.

Alan Flood and Cormac Hore both got on the scoresheet, with an own goal adding to their tally.

Robbie Reville, Rory Reville and Fergal Buckley got the goals for Carne FC as they edged out The Ballagh 3-2, with Tom Harpur and Colm Sinnott hitting the back of the net for the visitors.

Caim United chalked up a 4-0 win in Camolin, with Conor Jordan (two), Conor Farrell and Darren Blackburn getting their goals.

Division 4A

Robert Dempsey grabbed a late winner for league leaders Glynn Barntown to earn them a 4-3 triumph against Wexford Albion on Sunday.

Colin Stafford and Shane Wilde (two) got the other goals for the winners, with Mark Browne, Cian Rossiter and Colin Heffernan replying for Albion.

Cloughbawn came out on top in the battle of the promotion-hopefuls, earning a 3-2 victory in Campile. Peter Furlong and Stephen Kennedy scored for the visitors, with Christopher Quinn and Declan Murphy on the mark for the home side.

Dillon Kenny grabbed a hat-trick for Gorey Celtic as they saw off Tombrack 4-1, with Jake Cassidy getting their other goal and Jamie Quinn replying.

Boolavogue hit Ballymurn for six, winning 6-1 thanks to a double from Lee Murphy, strikes from Mark McDonagh, Shane Grannell and Fionn Doyle and an own goal.

Mick Rigley scored both goals for Enniscorthy United as they drew 2-2 in Taghmon, with William Codd and Luke Sinnott hitting the back of the net for the hosts.

Division 5

Kiltealy moved back to the top of Division 5 with a 3-0 win over New Ross Town on Sunday.

Stephen Redmond and Brian Scallan got the goals for Rosslare Port as they drew 2-2 with Adamstown, with Alan Bradley and Ian White replying.

Dean Fortune and Jimmy Sweeney got the goals for St. Cormac's in their 2-2 draw with Enniscorthy Town, while Bree United edged out Camolin Celtic 4-3, with Philip Walsh grabbing a hat-trick and Peter Kelly getting their other goal.

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