Boyle Celtic signalled their intent to capture major domestic honours in this season's Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel Super League against reigning champions City United .
Lee Mc Killen and Gerry Brennan were the toast of Boyle with a goal each that rocked the champions and inflicted on City a rare defeat.
Second placed Cartron United are the other surprise package this season along with Boyle Celtic are the only two clubs still undefeated. Cartron did a demolition job on Real Tubber hitting them for six without reply. Kevin Buckley grabbed a hat trick Stephen Coen added two more and the Eagle Eyed Cormac Coyne put the cherry on the cake for a rampant Cartron United who have only conceded one goal so far in what could be a major season for them and a special thanks here to referee Paul Kilcoyne who insured the game went ahead despite a clash of colours resulting in a delayed kick off.
Calry Bohs put four past a bewildered St John's at Hazelwood Patrick Woulfe netting a hat trick and Mark Fowley also on target for Bohs.
Carrick Town maintain their drive winning by three goals to one at the Showgrounds Carrick on Shannon to visitors Strand Celtic. Kyle Bryant Conor Mc Padden and Jamie Diffley were the hit men for the Town with Gary Melly once again scoring for Strand Celtic. Aughanagh Celtic played hosts to Ballymote Celtic in an ill tempered game Aughanagh scored three times and still managed to draw with goals from Derek Davey Paul Mc Tiernan and an own goal from Niall Craig with Paul Saunders netting for Ballymote Celtic. Referee Tomas Oates had a busy day sending of Shane King and Kevin Cryan for Aughanagh.
Ballisodare United were at home to the Yeats Countrymen Aiden Mc Goldrick scored for Ballisodare but Yeats were poetry in motion Colin Feeney scoring twice with sharp shooters Paul Logan and Daragh Gaule winding up a blistering display for Yeats.
Glenview Stars are riding high under new manager Adrian Conlon in the Andrew Mullen's Sligo Pallets Premier League winning away this time to Gurteen Celtic Clive Brennan bagging a brace John Dunbar adding the third and an own goal from either side rounding off the day's business for a delighted director of football Seamus O Boyle.
Conor O Grady led by example scoring for his charges Merville United in their encounter with Swagman Wanders Ryan Mc Coombe scored twice and Alan Collum was also on the mark to insure all three points.
Chaffpool United left in late away to Easkey who led through a Stephen Mc Guinness strike with only minutes remaining but Hughie Marren and Colm Henry struck two late goals to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and to add to their woes referee Thomas Egan game Easkey James Lindsay his marching orders.
Leitrim Kingpins Manor Rangers continue their drive for honours hitting hosts Boyle Celtic reserves for three without reply Niall Brady Michael Melly and Niall Walsh were the hit men for Manor.
John Lynch has seen his charges play a top drawer performance at Sean Fallon Park winning by three goals to one to visitors Arrow Harps. Ciaran Harvey Andrew Tiernan and Conor Rooney on song for MCR and the boy with the Midas touch Dylan Edwards netting for Arrow Harps in a game well marshalled by referee Joseph Callaghan.
Dromore Villa manager Michael Hynes was delighted with his teams performance away to Ballygawley Celtic a Stephen Tempany goal insured all three points to a delighted Villa.
Coolaney United were at home to Strand Celtic reserves and shared the spoils in an exciting encounter referee Philip Mc Laughlin awarded a penalty to each side Joe Cobb's fired home for Coolaney but Karol O'Neill had his penalty saved by Mark Rogers on seventy five minutes still O'Neill was the hero for Strand as he also netted from play in a great game.