Munster Senior League Premier Division
Five star Ringmahon Rangers now lead the Munster Senior League at this early stage thanks to an emphatic win over Everton over the weekend.
Rangers beat the previously unbeaten Everton to maintain their unbeaten start to the season and go top ahead of near by rivals Avondale on goal difference.
Everton actually started the game well and had the first real chance of a clash between unbeaten sides, but James Kirby saved well to keep the game scoreless.
The visitors then took the lead when the inform Jack Cairns punished a mix up in the home defence to register his fourth goal in just three games.
Number two soon followed when Philip Keane’s attempt to cross found the back of the net rather than the head of a team mate.
The Ringers were now rampant and flirted with extending the advantage before the turn, but Everton managed to go into the break still within touching distance.
Everton were more competitive after the restart, but Patrick O’Brien managed to extend the cushion.
The hosts pulled one back via a clever header from Jason Sexton, but as they pushed further to get back in to the game they played into Ringmahon hands.
The visitors finished the game off with some devastating play on the break and ended up with a four goal winning margin thanks to two substitute finishes.
Rob Coughlan scoring before a fine individual effort from Jason Dunphy sealed a fine win for the Mahon side.