Gorey Celtic got their first win on the board in the Youths Premier Division as they saw off table-toppers Wexford Albion on Saturday. Luke Leavy and Michael McGonigle got the goals for the Gorey outfit.
Seán Cooney scored a hat-trick for Glynn Barntown as they overcame New Ross Town 4-1, with Greg Furlong grabbing the other goal for the winners.
Shamrock Rovers and Gorey Rangers shared the spoils after a 3-3 draw, with Jakub Wasilewski and Dapo Abodiye (two) scoring for the Enniscorthy side and Eoin Doyle, Dylan Cooke-Leonard (penalty) and Jack McNamara replying.
In Youths Division 1 Kilmore United inflicted the first defeat of the season on Bridge Rovers, running out 3-1 winners with goals from Leo Sinnott (two) and Joe Healy.
Forth Celtic edged out Moyne Rangers 3-2 thanks to a Callum McCleane double and a Jack Mullan strike, while Stephen Fortune got both goals for the Enniscorthy side.
Kyle Rankin hit the back of the net for All Blacks as they drew 1-1 with Rosslare Rangers, with David O’Rourke replying.
Adamstown made it three wins from three in Youths Division 2 as they eked out a 4-3 win over Corach Ramblers thanks to a Tadgh McDonald double, a Philip Kearns strike and an own goal.
Lee O’Neill got both goals for New Ross Celtic as they drew 2-2 with Castledockrell, while Duncannon won 3-1 away to Shelburne United, with Josh Delaney (two) and Aidan Shannon scoring for the winners.
Seán O’Brien was the match winner for Bunclody, scoring a hat-trick to earn his side a 3-1 win over high-flying Ferns United, with Craig Andrews replying.
Courtown Hibs joined Ferns at the top of the table after hitting Fastnet Rovers for six without reply.
Jude Stafford netted a hat-trick for Hibs, while Jack Nolan, Dylan O’Brien and Nathan Gallagher added a goal apiece.
Stephen O’Toole scored two goals in the last ten minutes to earn Tombrack a 2-2 draw with St. Cormac’s. Fionn Walsh netted both goals for the saints.
Shamrock Rovers moved to the top of Youths Division 4 after a 3-0 win over New Ross Town, with Miley Fortune (two) and Robert Cahill getting their goals.
A Lee Kennedy goal was enough for Forth Celtic to edge out Glynn Barntown, while Oylegate United ran out 11-2 winners over All Blacks.
Jamie Ronan and John Fortune both scored four goals, Shane Doran netted a double and Danny Fortune added to their tally.