LSL Senior Sunday
Sean Kelly headed home the games only goal as Swords Celtic made it four positive results on the trot on Friday night.
The newly promoted side lost their opening two Senior Sunday ties, but now have two wins and two draws from four games and are starting to move their way up the table.
Kelly was their hero on Friday as his strike was enough to see off Newbridge in Kildare, leaving Town still searching for their first win of the season.
The sides exchanged chances early on Conor Delahunty coming close for the home side after a brilliant David Smyth pass split the away defense only for Swords to break the length of the pitch to hit the post.
The home side started to shade proceedings and Ben O’Dowd and Delahunty both had good efforts saved.
However, just when it looked like the home side may secure a break through Swords took the lead.
Five minutes before the turn Sean Kelly came up from the back after Celtic won a free just inside their half and managed to head home the games decisive goal.
Swords had the better of the early second half exchanges and saw a headed chance over the bar five minutes before they missed a penalty.
Town came close to leveling soon after but where denied by the crossbar. That was as close as the hosts came to finding the net and as a result Swords banked all three points.