Soccer – Top sides remain unbeaten

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16 May 2009; A general view of a football. League of Ireland Premier Division, Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin. Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILETHE 2015/16 Junior Season is now in full swing as all sides have each played three games in the Premier League. Pike Rovers, Janesboro and Geraldines are the trio who have full points from their opening games.
The boys from Crossagalla saw off newly promoted Mungret-Regional on a three nil score-line last week, with Wayne O`Donoughe, Stephen McGann and Paddy O`Malley netting the goals.
On Sunday they faced Ballynanty away and a 3-1 victory saw them stay unbeaten. This time it was Wayne Colbert, Colin Daly and Paddy O’Malley on the score sheet.
Current premier league holders Janesboro, scored eleven goals in their first two outings. A 5-2 win away to Aisling Annacotty, with the goals coming from a Shane Clarke (3), Shane Walters and Aaron Noonan.
The ‘Boro’ then put six passed Mungret-Regional with Aaron Noonan hitting two as Aidan Hurley, John Tierney and both Shanes Clarke and Walters also being among the goals.
Geraldines have also won three on the trot. Last Thursday, the ‘Dines’ came out on top  in a five goal thriller by beating Regional. Keith Hartnett, Christy O`Neill and Danny O`Neill were on the goal trail, while a Shane O`Doherty brace was Regional’s reply.
The Garryowen side then hit Wembley for seven with a brace from Danny O`Neill, James Cleary and Darren O`Sullivan also got in along with two from Ian O`Donoughe.
Fairview also had two wins last week with goals from Craig Madigan (2) and new signing Paudie Quinn saw them victorious over Aisling Annacotty 4-1.
Carew Park also stay unbeaten after seeing off Summerville 2-1. Kieran Hanlon and Mark McGrath netting for Carew
Carew Park then were away to Moyross, in what was a nine goal thriller. Carew Park won 6-3 with Kieran Hanlon (2), Mark McGrath (2) and one from Gary Griffin and John Connery. The Moyross goals came from Adrian Power, Eddie O`Neill and Kevin O`Mahoney.