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Tuesday's results

Premier League: Glenthorn Cel 0 Wilton Utd 4; Park Utd 2 Leeside 3.
League 1: Carrigtwohill Utd 0 St John Boscos 3; Dunbar Cel 3 UCC 0; Kilreen Cel 5 Grangevale 0; Shandon Cel 3 Killumney Utd 2.
League 1A: Ballyvolane 0 Bohemians 1; Mayfield Utd 2 Dillon’s Cross Ath 1.
League 2: Casement Cel 2 Hibernians 3.
League 2A: Springfield “A” 5 Crescent Ath 0.
League 3: Greenwood 3 Parkview Cel 2.
League 3A: CFC Banteer 2 Strand Utd 0.

Here is a brief run-down on tonight's games:
Premier: Leeside were made fight all the way before coming away with a hard-earned 3-2 win against Park United at Mitchelstown tonight. Next Thursday night, they will face a Glenthorn Celtic side that must now fight tooth and nail for points after suffering a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Wilton tonight.

League 1: Although Shandon Celtic have been playing very well of late, it was still a bit of a surprise to see them win 3-2 over a very much in-form Killumney side at the Glen Park. Despite this defeat, Killumney are still in a good position in third spot – six points behind leaders Dunbar but with three games in hand.
Dunbar Celtic are another team hitting the ground running at the minute and after their 3-0 win over UCC tonight, they have taken over top spot.
This section is really starting to boil up.

League 1A: Bohemians sit at the helm of 1A after claiming all three in a narrow 1-0 win away to Ballyvolane tonight.
Mayfield United leap-frogged Donoughmore to take over second spot and did their title aspirations no harm after a 2-1 home win over neighbours Dillon's Cross.

League 2: Hibs came back from 0-2 down to run out eventual 3-2 winners away to Casement. They are now in third spot just four points behind leaders Innishvilla.
It could be squeaky bum time here yet…….

League 2A: Springfield A continued their impressive form once again with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Crescent at home. There are now in third spot with 34 points – just two points behind leaders Waterloo but with a game in hand.
It now looks like a three horse race between Millstreet, Waterloo and Springfield A.
Start placing your bets…….

League 3A: CFC made their title aspirations very clear after a 2-0 home win over Strand.
They are now just one point behind leaders Macroom.