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St Peregrine’s set for take-off

St Peregrine’s continued their assault on the AHL3 promotion places with a 2-12 to 0-8 win over Fingallians at Blakestown on Thursday night last.

It means the Penguins are three from three and look in good shape for the bigger challenges ahead.

Fiachra Brynes top-scored for the winners with 2-3.

But it wasn’t all positive as there was a half-hour delay when an ambulance was required to take Kieran O’Sullivan off the field.

Thankfully, the Peregrine’s man will make a full recovery from a neck injury.


Peregrine’s neighbours Castleknock continue to top the table after a 0-15 to 1-10 win over Naomh Olaf.

They lead on score difference from St Sylvester’s who disposed of Na Fianna, 1-13 to 0-8.

Clanna Gael Fonetnoy continue to struggle after they fell to a heavy 3-20 to 3-7 defeat by Kevin’s in Dolphin Park.

Elsewhere, Naomh Barróg saw off St Vincent’s while Thomas Davis and Commercials had to accept a share of the spoils in Rathcoole.

In AHL4, Round Tower Clondalkin continue to dominate.

The latest to fall are Craobh Chiaráin, who were demolished 4-17 to 1-9 in Clonshaugh.

In a reduced match-day programme, there were also wins for Ballyboden St Enda’s and St Mark’s.