It was a mixed weekend for Kilkenny clubs - some crashed out of Cup competitions while others picked up speed in their race for league titles.
Highview Athletic A are top of the pile in the Premier Division thanks to a 2-1 win over Fort Rangers, while Bridge United A kept their focus on Division One honours after a hard-fought 3-2 win over Thomastown United B.
It was a bad weekend for the last two local clubs left standing in the Leinster Junior Cup. Freebooters were beaten 1-0 at home by North End United, while Evergreen went down 2-1 away to Ayrfield United in Dublin.
Leinster Junior Cup
Freebooters 0, North End United 1.
Ayrfield United 2, Evergreen 1.
St Canice’s Credit Union Premier Division
Fort Rangers 1, Highview Athletic 2.
Deen Celtic A 1, Clover United 2.
Rico’s of Gowran Division One
Bridge United A 3, Thomastown United B 2.
Eamonn Maher Coach Hire Division Two
River Rangers 1, Ormonde Villa 2.
Newpark A 0, Freshford Town A 1.
Castlewarren Celtic 1, East End United 2.
Brogmaker Division Three
St John’s 1, Bridge United B 4.
Highview Athletic B 3, Newpark B 3.
Freshford Town B 5, Deen Celtic B 4.
East End United 7, Lions 0.
Evergreen B 4, Callan United 0.
Lions 7, Stoneyford United 1.
Deen Celtic 1, Evergreen A 3.
Thomastown United 1, Freebooters 7.
Stoneyford United 0. Freebooters 1.
Lions 5, Bridge United 1.
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