GLENCORMAC UNITED'S hot streak hit dizzy new heights on Sunday as they fired five past Conary United at Rooster's Field.
Ever since we covered their match against Redbank United, the Kilmacanogue side have gone on a winning streak and Conary proved to be their latest conquest on Sunday.
Centre half Stephen Morgan gave the visitors an early lead and then in the second period substitute Glen Messitt reeled back to years to score. Emmet Burke's eye for goal shows no sign of going away as the youngster added the third before Nathan Cardin put some gloss on the scoreline with a late double.
Despite their good form, the Glens remain outside Saints FC's radar. The Wexford side maintained their four point advantage at the top of the pile thanks to a 1-2 win over Newtown United B. Noel McKenna scored the Magpies' effort.
Seaview Wanderers are keeping the Glens company in second place. They also picked up their third win of the season this weekend. Theirs came in Aughrim against sixth placed Aughrim Rangers.
Jason Cush and Darren Thompson both found the back of the net for the hosts but their efforts proved fruitless; strikes from David Kavanagh, Craig Ledwith and Michael Dickensen helped the Arklow side chalk up another win.
It was also a fruitful week for Redbank United who registered their first clean sheet of the season as they registered a 2-0 win over bottom club Arklow Celtic B. Club captain Declan Carstairs was once again pulling the strings as Tony Conway and John Wallace provided the finishes to guide their side to victory.