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Merry St Maur’s in seventh heaven against Naomh Olaf

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St Maur's bagged seven goals against Naomh Olaf. Photo: Sportsfile

St Maur's bagged seven goals against Naomh Olaf. Photo: Sportsfile

St Maur's bagged seven goals against Naomh Olaf. Photo: Sportsfile

St Maur’s were in free-scoring form as they accounted for Naomh Olaf by 7-12 to 2-15 in their Dublin AHL3 encounter in Rush on Sunday morning.

The win helped the hosts to cement their mid-table position with the bulk of the damage done in the first half as they enjoyed a 5-7 to 0-8 interval lead. 

Eoghan Conroy was in sparkling form for the winners, netting on four occasions, and with Danny Butterly adding a brace for himself, St Maur’s confirmed their win through another goal from Paul Jones. 

Setanta are the only team left with a a perfect record, maintaining their top spot status by narrowly defeating previously unbeaten Castleknock by 2-16 to 0-19 in Poppintree. 

AHL3: St Maur’s 7-12 Naomh Olaf 2-15; Fingallians 6-26 Kilmacud Crokes 1-22; Setanta 2-16 Castleknock 0-19; Naomh Mearnóg 2-15 Cuala 1-20; Clontarf 1-16 Commercials 1-14; Kevins 0-20 Round Towers Clondalkin 0-22.

Maestro McGlynn

In AHL4, Ballyboden St Enda’s continue to impress at the top end of the table as they defeated St Peregrine’s by 2-15 to 2-9 at Blakestown Road on Thursday evening.

The goals by Chris Lambert and Ben Kelly providedSt Enda’s with a solid platform, while the excellence of Conall McGlynn ensured the Boden scoreboard kept ticking over at regular intervals.

Player-manager Des O’Sullivan was also highly prominent on a night when both Eamon Gorman and Eoin McKenna contributed handsomely to their team’s fifth league win of the campaign.

That victory put added pressure on leaders Bray Emmets on Sunday, but Paul Carley’s team replied in kind as they proved too strong for St Mark’s, prevailing by 0-19 to 1-8.  

AHL4: Ballinteer St John’s 3-10 St Brigid’s 4-18; Bray Emmets 0-19 St Mark’s 1=8; Clanna Gael Fontenoy 1-18 Cuala 0-21; Ballyboden St Enda’s 2-15 St Peregrine’s 2-9; St Jude’s 0-14 Na Fianna 3-13; Good Counsel/Liffey Gaels 2-9 St Vincent’s 1-18.

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