AUL Premier A
Kevin Dunne made it four goals in three games as Kilbarrack defeated Real Transilvania to go top of the AUL Premier A.
United lost regular goal scorers Eoin Fowler and Rory O’Connor through injury, but the big striker has filled what looked like it would be a big hole.
Dunne got two on Sunday as the visitors took advantage of their AUL Premier A rival’s FAI Junior Cup adventures to go top on goal difference.
Gareth Brady actually opened the scoring from as early as four minutes. Dunne doubled the leader before the turn and when Transilvania went down to 10 before the turn a rout looked on the cards.
However the hosts managed to pull one back after the break and Kilbarrack need a second Dunne strike in the final ten minutes to make sure of the win.