Men's Division Two:Suttonians 0 Weston 5 (Darrell Carey 2, Adam Hanna, Carl Taylor, Simon Pearson)
Weston pulled off the most eye-catching result of the season to date as they obliterated Suttonians' 100pc record with a five-star performance at Sutton Park. Simon Pearson broke the deadlock inside the first quarter when he tapped in from Darrell Carey's fine square pass and the provider turned finisher for the second goal of the half for a 2-0 lead. The Lucan side stuck rigidly to their game plan as Suttonians lost their discipline with Marc Guerin, Conor Gillett and Reuben Holden all seeing yellow and Weston used this to their advantage to notch up another three goals in the second half through Adam Hanna, Carey (pictured) and a superb Carl Taylor finish, smashing into the bottom corner. The win re-opens the title race with Weston now level with Suttonians in first place, though with a game extra played.
Dublin University 4 (Craig Moore, Andrew Gray, Henry Butler, Hal Sutherland) Navan 1 (Simon Clarke)
Two second half goals saw Trinity pull clear of Navan at Grange Road to hold firm in fourth place in division two following their 4-1 win over Navan. Old Etonian Henry Butler had opened the scoring but the Badgers pegged them back on the counter-attack finished off by Simon Clarke. However, Hal Sutherland - assisted by Craig Moore - restored the lead before the break and Andrew Gray and Moore handed the three points to the students to give them a fillip ahead of the annual Colours match on Tuesday. The competition this year will be played at Grange Road.
Avoca 1 (Martin Naughton) Bray 3 (Paul McAndrew, Simon Cox, Phil Davis)
Bray finally got off the mark for the season at the eight attempt as they bounced back from a half-time deficit at Newpark to score three times and put a big dent in Avoca's promotion chances. Martin Naughton had given the hosts the lead and they created a series of chances to no avail before the break. And Bray took full advantage via the prolific Simon Cox, Paul McAndrew and a Phil Davis corner.