Kennedy Cup quarter-finalists confirmed after Day 2
Both the holders, the DDSL, and Cork, won each of their three group fixtures and neither side has conceded a goal to date.
The DDSL followed an emphatic 7-0 victory over South Tipperary at lunchtime on Tuesday with a 2-0 success over Athlone that evening, when Alex O'Brien and Matthew Brennan netted the goals to seal a date with the Leesiders.
Cork also maintained their 100% record, beating Waterford 2-0 in their final group fixture with goals from Jamie Dinneen and Alex Healy Byrne. Earlier, the Leesiders had beaten Sligo/Leitrim 2-0 with Leon Ayinde and David Cremin on the mark.
Local side, the Limerick and District Schoolboy League (LDSL), marked their return to the Kennedy Cup quarter-finals in emphatic fashion by also winning all three group games.
The LDSL set up Wednesday's quarter-final clash with Group 7 winners Kildare thanks to a clinical 2-0 win over West Waterford-East Cork in their final group fixture. Aisling Annacotty's Stephen Kiely grabbed both goals.
Joining Limerick District in the last eight are Group 2 winners Wexford, who secured top spot in Group 2 with an emphatic 4-0 win over Limerick Desmond in their final game.
First half goals from Eoin Whelan and Sam Norval sent Wexford, who led 2-0 at half-time, on their way.
Wexford will face Cavan-Monaghan in the quarter-finals, while the last eight line-up in the Kennedy Cup is completed by the meeting of the Dundalk and Donegal Leagues.
The quarter-finals, which will take place at 5pm on Wednesday, are preceded by fixtures in Kennedy Cup Trophy, Shield and Bowl competitions.
Kennedy Cup Day 2 Results:
Kerry 1-0 Mayo; Cavan/Monaghan 5-1 Roscommon 1; Kerry 1-2 Cavan/Monaghan; Mayo 2-0 Roscommon
Limerick Desmond 1-1 Clare; Wexford 4-0 Wicklow; Limerick Desmond 0-4 Wexford; Clare 1-4 Wicklow
Galway 1-1 Kilkenny; Donegal 3-0 NEC; Galway 0-2 Donegal; Kilkenny 0-1 NEC
Midlands 0-2 Limerick District; North Tipp 0-0 WWEC; Midlands 2-0 North Tipp; Limerick District 2-0 WWEC
DDSL 7-0 South Tipp; Athlone 0-1 Carlow; DDSL 2-0 Athlone; South Tipp 3-0 Carlow
NDSL 1-1 Inishowen; Dundalk 4-0 Longford; NDSL 0-3 Dundalk; Inishowen 4-0 Longford
Kildare 2-0 West Cork; SDFL 2-0 Limerick County; Kildare 4-0 SDFL; West Cork 0-2 Limerick County
Cork 2-0 Sligo/Leitrim; Waterford 0-2 Drogheda; Cork 2-0 Waterford; Sligo/Leitrim 3-0 Drogheda