Bray confirmed themselves as the main contenders for the play-off position with a 4-1 win in Naas. They did so courtesy of former Monkstown-man Simon Cox's (pictured) double with one each from Phil Davis and James Hardiman.
It builds a four point gap over the other second place chasers as Suttonians and Skerries' game was postponed.
Navan 2 (Shane Dooley, Eamon Lynskey) Weston 0
Navan won the first of two ties with Weston this weekend on Saturday afternoon with an impressive home performance at Sportlink. Shane Dooley opened the scoring five minutes after half-time after his side had the better of the opening period.
Eamon Lynskey added the second with 15 minutes to go, scoring with a classy reverse-stick strike to double the advantage and Sinead Dooley's side held on with some decent defensive shape to give the Badgers their second win of the season.
Dublin University 1 (Andy Gray) Clontarf 2 (Rob Abbott, Luke Hayden)
Clontarf were pushed all the way but emerged unscathed yet again to record an eleventh straight win, beating Trinity 2-1. It now looks a case of when rather than if the Bulls win the title thanks to Rob Abbott's drag-flick and Luke Hayden's rebound.
They now need just five points from four games to take a division one slot. Andy Gray got the students response with a cracking effort to tie the game up at 1-1.
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Weston bounced back to beat Navan 6-0 on Sunday and make it into the semi-finals of the competition. Shane O'Hare scored four times with Phil Barron and Paul Kennedy getting on the score sheet.
Clontarf were given a severe test by Avoca, pushed to extra-time before prevailing 4-3. Tarf had earlier led 3-1 at half-time but Stephen Brownlow's second goal was added to by Jamie Scott to tie the game up. Skerries game with Dublin Uni has also been postponed.