LSL Senior Sunday
In a game with a host of former LOI midfield talent on display it was former Shamrock Rovers, Longford Town, Bohemians and Shelbourne player Craig Walsh who decided this game.
The player signed from Inchicore Athletic over the Summer scored the only goal of the game in the second half to ensure Crumlin continued their perfect start to the campaign.
Walsh made it three goals in his last two games as the visitors made three wins from their opening three encouthers.
As ever Greystones were competitive in Wicklow, but Crumlin did have the better of the first half chances.
Centre half Noel Murray hit the bar twice in the space of a matter of seconds heading onto the woodwork from the rebound of a shot that had hit the bar.
Jake Donnelly also came close with a nice volley, but the tie was scoreless at the break.
Indeed, it took a Walsh intervention to settle the clash in the visitors favour and he tapped a brilliant Alan Barrett delivery, as the former Tolka player added an assist to his opening day goal.
Crumlin who failed to win any of their opening four games last season are now three from three this term. Greystones are three points better than as this stage last term, but are still proving competitive without getting over the line points wise early on in the season.