After a very difficult few weeks following the tragic passing away of stalwart player Chris Dowd, Duleek eased themselves back into action in the Premier Division with a fine 2-0 home success against one of the fancied teams Albion Rovers.
Tony Andrews and Brian Murphy were on the mark for the home side.
Duleek Reserves also recorded a fine win at the weekend, securing all three points away to Bellurgan United in the Premier Reserve where Alan Mc-Keown and Colin Watters both scored.
It was a most satisfying win for Brendan McKeowns's charges considering Bellurgan switched from Sunday League Football where they played in Division one last season.
Glenmuir United who have declared they are in a transitional period gained a valuable six points from their exploits in te past week.
On Wednesday evening they overcame Square United by 3-1, and just forty eight hours later a solitary goal against Torro United proved enough to secure the maximum points.
There were high scoring games in Carrick where the home side lost 4-6 against Woodview, and in Trim where Celtic overwhelmed current Cup holders Clones Town by 8-2.
Elsewhere League newcomers Quay Celtic have adopted quite well to their new surroundings, and after a ding dong battle away to Square United, eventually ended up sharing the points in a 3-3 draw with Ryan Dillon bagging two goals, along with one from Gavin Donnelly.
In division one. Dromin United have got off to a flying start with maximum points from three starts.
The latest victory by 2-0 away to Kentstown the goals coming from Paul Johnson, and Derek Duff. Hot on their heels is Navan Cosmos who are also unbeaten after three matches, and they were successful by the same score at home to Glaslough where utility player Derek Coogan scored both.
New team in this division, Muirhevnamor served notice their young outfit will prove they have the capabilities to hold their own, and following a defeat and a draw to date secured their first win by 4-2 away to Navan Town with goals from Kieran Boland, Brendan Hughes, Daniel Berry and Dean Hoey.