Flanagan’s top after seven-goal thriller
The lead in the First Division swapped hands at Goose Gosling Field on Saturday night as Flanaganís Onions beat St Davidís Warriors 4-3 to knock the latter off the top of the standings.
St Davidís slipped into second, one point ahead of third placed St Georgeís Colts, who recorded a comfortable 3-0 victory over Paget Lions at Wellington Oval yesterday, to place themselves thick in the hunt for promotion.
Elsewhere, Somerset Eagles were held to a 2-2 draw by lowly Wolves at White Hill Field, while X-Roads Warriors thrashed visiting Ireland Rangers 5-1 in a lopsided affair at Garrison Field, to chalk up their first victory of the season.
Warriors led 2-0 at half-time through goals from Khomeini Talbot who netted in the 20th and 34th minutes.
The home team picked up where they left off early in the second half, with Jamin Furbert scoring his teamís third goal in the 49th minute.
Things went from bad to worst for Ireland Rangers as Kijaun Wilkinson extended X-Roadsís lead in the 69th minute.
Jahnai Ratteray scored Ireland Rangersís consolation in the 82nd minute, only for Rico Beek to restore X-Roadsís four-goal cushion in stoppage time.
Yesterdayís remaining First Division match, between BAA and Young Menís Social Club at Goose Gosling Field, was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
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