LSL Premier Sunday
Dublin Central bounced back from their first league defeat of 2017 with a comprehensive defeat of Palmerstown on Thursday night.
Central hit the struggling side for six to bank three points that moves them up to seventh in the table.
Despite the win the Dublin side remain 17 points of relegation, but they have no fewer than eight games in hand over the current custodians of third, Balbriggan FC.
Ritchie Cooney got the ball rolling for the home side scoring as early as the eight minute before captain Sean Gannon doubled the lead around the half hour mark.
A Lee Brazil peno after 40 ensured the home side took a comfortable three goal cushion into the break.
Dublin Central emulated their first half performance in the second and again found the net three times.
Richie Brennan made it four within ten minutes of the restart before Tyler Reynolds increased the advantage 20 minutes later.
Brazil rounded off the rout with a late strike as the home side took all three points in style.
The defeat leaves Plamerstown stuck on five points, second from bottom and seven point off safety.