Wicklow made it back-to-back victories today, beating Antrim 3-09 to 1-13 in Ahoghill.
The victory sends Wicklow to the top of the table in the Allianz League Division 4.
Leighton Glynn, who scored a hat-trick last week against London, scored a penalty in each half to make two defeats in a row for the Saffrons.
Wicklow lead 1-04 to 0-05 at the break and were up against the wind in the second half.
Tomas McCann netted in the second half which saw Antrim move ahead for a brief period, only for Glynn’s second goal to seal win for Wicklow in the 64th minute.
Elsewhere in Division 4, Clare and Leitrim played out a 0-11 to 1-08 draw and Tipperary and Waterford also drew 0-12 to 1-09.
The game between London and Carlow was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. It will take place next Sunday at the same venue.
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