AUL Premier A
Baldoyle Grange United-1
Rory O’Connor fired home a the winner as Kilbarrack bounced back from back to back defeats to keep alive their title dreams.
Having lost high scoring tit for tat clashes against Usher Celtic and Aryfield in recent weeks Kilbarrack were in need of a win this weekend if they were to retain any hope of lifting the Premier A title.
When Baldoyle cancelled out their opener the home support must have feared the worst, but former Glebe and Tolka Rovers front man O’Connor scored within seconds to restore a lead that the Premier A title hopefuls managed to hold on to to claim three points.
United are now five points behind league leaders Usher Celtic.
Moylan managed to give United the lead but a side who lost by the odd goal in nine and seven in recent weeks were pegged back.
However, O’Connor popped up with a winner within seconds.