Clontarf 5 (Rob Kelly 2, Tom Noonan, John Lennon, Rob Abbott) Skerries 0
The battle for supremacy in division two took a vicious swing in Clontarf's direction as they tonked northside rivals Skerries and now look to hold all the aces.
They led for over 69 minutes as Rob Kelly needed just 38 seconds to break the deadlock - his first of the season. Former Skerries-man Tom Noonan knocked in a cracker before Kelly showed he rekindled a taste for goal with his second before half-time.
John Lennon netted a corner rebound and Rob Abbott finished the scoring with a goal from play to round off a comprehensive victory. The pair are now level on points but two games in hand means Clontarf are in the box seat.
Trinity threw away a half-time lead to fall to their fourth defeat from six games after a preseason which promised much. They controlled the first half before falling apart in the second and Bray took full advantage.
Former Monkstown-man Simon Cox bagged a brace while skipper Phil Davis got the other as the Graden
Naas 2 (Charlie Hill, Ciaran Davenport) Navan 1 (Stephen Hardy)
Naas nicked their first win of the season with a Ciaran Davenport goal 15 minutes from time as Navan lost their shape in the second half in the battle to avoid bottom spot.
The sides went into the break 1-1 with Stephen Hardy on the mark for Navan while Charlie Hill scored the hosts goal.
* For Adrian Boehm's pictures from Clontarf vs Skerries, click here