The Sky Sports viewing figures in Wexford for their live Friday night Championship football output no doubt gained a significant boost when many locals sat down to watch Kevin O'Connor from Screen in action with Preston North End in the Lancashire derby at home to Bolton Wanderers.
Division 2: St. Cormac's produced a dominant second-half display to see off St. Joseph's and keep their place at the top of Division 2. The league leaders trailed 1-0 at the break but they scored six without reply after the turnaround, through an own goal, Matthew Dunne (two), Mark Brady (two) and James Sweeney.
U-12 Premier Division: Courtown Hibs 0, New Ross Town 2: After their exploits in the FAI Under-12 Cup at the end of October, New Ross Town got back to domestic matters and marked themselves as serious contenders for the title after overcoming Courtown Hibs 2-0.
A perfectly-weighted free-kick from club legend Leighton Gleeson was the difference as home side Courtown Hibs advanced to the fifth round of the FAI Junior Cup after a tight 2-1 win over south Wexford rivals Corach Ramblers in Sunday morning's enjoyable tie played at a rather chilly Ounavarra Park.
Division 3: Division 3 pacesetters Enniscorthy United got another three points on the board on Sunday as they overcame local rivals Shamrock Rovers 3-1. Jamie Fox netted a double for the winners, with Hasane Smyth getting their other goal and Willie Dobbs replying for Rovers.
I picked the best possible time to get my teeth into the book under review this week, starting 'White Hart Lane - The Spurs Glory Years 1899-2017' on Wednesday afternoon just a few hours before the club's stunning Champions League victory over Real Madrid in Wembley.
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