Premier 1 Sunday
St Marks Celtic-2
Kunle Doyeni hit a brace as St Marks Celtic won a Tallaght derby on Tuesday night.
The attacker proved the difference as his goals ensured Marks won a feisty even tempered clash of local rivals to make it two wins from two in the league this season.
Doyeni benefited from a clever Stephen Ward pass before opening the scoring as early as five minutes.
Marks took that lead into the break, but Aylesbury levelled via a free kick that crept through the wall.
However, Doyeni ensured derby delight for Marks when he registered a second half winner.
Lee Power presented the striker with the ball after some fine individual play and Doyeni managed to hold off two defenders before converting what turned out to be the decisive effort.
Talk about a goal Rush!
They must have stayed back and done some extra finishing practice at Rush Athletic in recent weeks.
Not one but two of the clubs sides found their goal scoring touch in school night fixtures this week.
Between them the second and third string scored 17 goals as they registered impressive wins.
The third team hit eight on Monday night in a Division 3 Saturday win over Ashbourne United while the second string found the net nine times away to Peamount a day later.
As if to make things that bit more entertaining both sides also conceded the third string letting in four to the second teams two.
In another interesting side note two of three Kelly brothers scored 10 of those 17 goals between them.
David Kelly hit five on Monday while his brother David managed the same feat on Tuesday.
The Fay brothers also got in on the act on the Monday win over Ashbourne Jack with a brace and Thomas with a single strike.
Completing the scoring on Tuesday were Sean Caldwell with two and Ian McNaney with a brace, as far as The JSP is aware those two are not related!