Glenanne 1 (Joe Brennan) Monkstown 5 (Ian Allen 2, Filip Jaros, Gareth Watkins, Simon Groves)
All of Monkstown's potential came to bear this afternoon as they put in a five-star performance against Glenanne. Filip Jaros and Gareth Watkins built up a 2-0 half-time lead before Ian Allen and Simon Groves made put four between the sides as everything clicked into gear for Town.
Joe Brennan pulled one back before Allen got the fifth - all of which in typical Monkstown style came from play. They were also bolstered by the return of skipper David Fitzgerald from injury whose broken toe held up well enough to take his place between the sticks on a day where they perfectly executed their tactical game-plan.
The win sees Glenanne almost completely out of the title chase while Monkstown can look forward to another strong second half of the season, similar to their late run last year which saw them nab an All-Ireland spot.
Corinthian 2 (Miles Warren, Dan Williams) YMCA 1 (David Robinson)
In the battle of the young guns, Corinthian keep pace with Fingal and Monkstown in the race for the fourth All-Ireland league place bt while their main rivals picked up emphatic wins, they were made to work hard by YM. David Robinson continued his goal-scoring form but it wasn't enough to get any points.
Bray 0-10 Fingal
TRR 6-0 Kilkenny
UCD 1-8 Pembroke
Fingal, TRR and Pembroke all picked up comprehensive, facile wins this weekend as they overcame three sides in the lower reaches of the league.