LSL Senior Sunday round-up: Tolka Rovers stay up at Crumlin United’s expense, while Lucan United complete title-winning campaign with win

Dean Paget provided the assist for Tolka Rovers' third goal against St Mochta's that was scored by Glen McAuley

Dean Paget provided the assist for Tolka Rovers' third goal against St Mochta's that was scored by Glen McAuley Credit: Martin Doherty (ETPhotos)

Tolka Rovers have consigned Crumlin United to the drop after a thrilling relegation battle came to a close in the Leinster Senior League top-flight.

Crumlin needed to win away to Malahide United on the final day and hope that relegation rivals Tolka Rovers lost to St Mochta’s.

And while Tolka were defeated 4-3 away to Mochta’s, James Lee’s Crumlin could only fashion a 1-1 draw at Gannon Park.

It means they will play in the Senior 1 division next season, joining already relegated Liffey Wanderers and Home Farm.

Alan O’Sullivan put Malahide ahead in the first half before Crumlin roared back in the second period to level through Mark Canavan with a 71st minute hit.

But they were unable to find a second in the final stages.

That result will come as a relief to Tolka who were edged out in a thriller against St Mochta’s.

Former League of Ireland pair Stephen Meaney and Glen McAuley (two) netted for the Frank Cooke Park side – but they were undone by a brace from Tyler Doherty and goals from Luke Kelly and Liam Brady.

Meanwhile, champions Lucan United put the gloss on a title-winning campaign with a 3-2 victory over Bangor Celtic at O’Hanlon Park.

Darragh McConville, Jamie Doyle and Luke Walsh were all on target for Keith Baker’s troops, with Troy Stedman bagging a brace for Bangor.

Earlier in the week, Wayside Celtic ran out comfortable 4-0 victors against St Mochta’s at Jackson Park. Cian Fay scored twice with Jack Curran and Eimhan Boylan also on target.

And Maynooth University Town also ran out 3-2 winners against Killester Donnycarney in Gary Howlett’s final game in charge of the Hadden Park side.

Howlett’s departure was confirmed on Sunday evening by the club who thanked him for his service at the helm.

Striker Rob Dunne scored a brace to seal the golden boot on 18 goals but it was not enough to avoid defeat with Callum Warfield, Aaron Doran and John Tracey scoring for Maynooth.

It sealed a sixth-placed finish for the Co Kildare side after they claimed 10 points in their last four games.

Full table here.

Scorers here.

Results here.