Gorey Celtic were top of the Division 2 table going into the weekend, but they were outwitted by Kilmore United on Sunday, losing 3-1. Kilmore were three goals to the good by the hour mark, with Conor Roche (penalty) and Finn Bennett (two) hitting the back of the net, and although Owen Mooney pulled a goal back for the visitors it was mere consolation.
Ajax Athletic moved to the summit with a 6-3 win over St. Cormac’s (see focus match).
Gorey Rangers earned a 4-0 win away to Raheen, with Killian Cushe, Craig Foster, Craig Travers and David ‘Swack’ Behan all hitting the back of the net.
A Jamie McMahon goal was enough for Enniscorthy Town to edge out Shelburne United 1-0.
Wexford Celtic missed the chance to move to the top of Division 3 when they were beaten 4-1 by St. Joseph’s on Sunday.
Conor O’Leary, Owen McNulty, Jamie Howard and Brendan Tobin all hit the back of the net for the Kilmuckridge side.
Shane Cassidy helped himself to four goals for All Blacks as they chalked up an emphatic win in Duncannon.
Kyle Rankin netted a double in the 11-1 triumph, while Adam Devereux, Shane Goff, Aaron Goff, Mark Doyle and an own goal added to their handsome tally.
Rosslare Strand saw off Rosbercon United 5-0 with Michael Shiel, James Delaney, Tyrone O’Reilly and Danny O’Reilly (two) getting their goals.
Tommy Sheridan was the match winner for Wexford Albion, scoring twice as they earned their second victory of the campaign by edging out New Ross Town 2-1.
Leaders Rathnure United got another three points on the board on Sunday, with Shane Lawlor pouncing for the only goal of the game as they overcame Oylegate United.
Crossabeg earned a 2-1 win in Fethard, with Paddy Sinnott and Eoin Raftery scoring for the visitors either side of a 25-yard chip from Jean Luc-Tubritt.
Bree United and Rosslare Rangers shared the spoils after a 3-3 draw, with Bree scoring through Philip Walsh, Kevin Ring and an own goal and Dean Corish (two) and Dan Power replying.
Ferns United moved to the top of Division 4 after edging out Bunclody 1-0 with a Pat Roche goal.
Courtown Hibs picked up a hard-earned three points in Camolin, winning 2-1 with goals from Conor Berney and Dylan Sweeney.
Kiltealy Celtic cruised to a 6-0 win over Bridge Rovers, while a Jamie Warren double earned St. Joseph’s a 2-1 win over Caim United, with Blayn Murphy replying.
Ryan Heimsoth got both goals for Shamrock Rovers in their 2-1 away win over Wexford Bohs, with Dale McGrath netting for the hosts.
A late Seán Carmody free-kick earned Glynn Barntown a precious three points as they edged out Carne FC 3-2 in their top of the table clash on Sunday.
Darragh Winters fired Carne in front early on, but Murtagh Joyce headed the hosts level.
The visitors then regained the lead when John Winters found the back of the net, but again Glynn Barntown responded well and Aaron Kehoe scored from a corner. The contest could have gone either way after that, but the decisive moment came with five minutes remaining when Carmody found the bottom corner with a free-kick.
Shelburne and Campile United shared the spoils after a 1-1 draw, with Eoin Burke scoring for the former and John Kirwan netting for Campile.
Ian Storey, Martin Og Storey (two) and Murtagh Doyle got the goals for The Ballagh United as they overcame Castledockrell 4-0, while Oisín Furlong, Steve Redmond and Pierce Doyle netted for Kilmore United in their 3-1 win over Corach Ramblers.
All Blacks and St. Leonards came away with a point apiece after a scoreless stalemate.
Leaders Gorey Rangers proved much too good for Tombrack United on Sunday, winning 5-0 thanks to doubles from Conor McDonald and Eoin Quigley and a Caleb Byrne-Murphy strike.
Wexford Celtic have the pacesetters firmly in their sights after seeing off Enniscorthy United 3-0 with goals from Gerry Dunbar, Luke Hayes and Shaun Donoghue.
Ajax Athletic are level on points with Wexford Celtic in second spot and on Sunday they saw off Enniscorthy Town 4-2 in a local derby.
Jack Hanley helped himself to a hat-trick for the Rajahs, while Glenn Fortune also got on the scoresheet and Tommy Kennedy and Aaron Byrne netted for Town.
Two late goals from Danny Dixon earned Gorey Celtic a 2-2 draw with Ferns United. Ferns held a 2-0 advantage at the break, with Conor Holloway and Robert Vickers hitting the back of the net.
Adamstown got their first points on the board with a 6-3 win over Camolin, with Shane Roche scoring four times for the winners and Craig Curran netting a double.