Sunday, March 19, 2017

Reports from 19-03-1027

Women’s Premier Division
East End United          1          Ferns United              3
Ferns made it seven wins from seven games when they travelled to Bennetsbridge and came away with the three points that moves them back to the top of league and now odds on favourites to retain their premier title. Ashling O Grady was on target for the home side but two goals from Leona Breen and one from Aoife Devereux gave Ferns the victory

Women’s Division Two B
Wexford Bohs             3          Rosslare Rangers       1
Bohs collected their first three points on the field of play after they overcame Rosslare Rangers 3-1 to give themselves a fighting chance of avoiding relegation. Ciara Byrne, Aideen Byrne and Sarah Beaver were all on target for the home side while Lauren O Callaghan scored for Rangers

Women’s Division Three
St Cormacs      0          Fastnet Rovers           2
Fastnet Rovers travelled to Luke Foran Park and collected the three points needed to secure runners up spot in the league and promotion. They were mad work hard by a determined home side but a goal from Shirley O Neill as well as an own goal by a St Cormacs defender gave Rovers the points needed to book their place in Division Two B for next season

Michelle Coleman Cup Semi Finals
North End United       6          Piltown FC     0
Division One champions North End booked their place in the Michelle Coleman Cup final when proving too strong for Piltown in this semi final. Two goals each from Natasha Walsh and Kim Walker as well as one each from Diane Leniston and Sara Byrne saw the Wexford girls run out comfortable 6-0 winners

Bree United     1          Kilmore United          3
Kilmore are through to their second Michelle Coleman Cup final in two years when travelling to Bree and eventually overcome a determined home side 3-1. Justine Spratt Murphy scored for the home side while Katrina Parrock, with two, and Becky Furlong were on target for Kilmore

Nolan Health and Fitness Cup Semi Final
Shelburne        1          Courtown Hibs           5
Courtown will play Bunclody in the Nolan Health and Fitness Cup final after a blistering first half performane saw them lead 5-1 away to Shelburne. Kate Devereux scored for the home side while Marian Cardiff scored a hat trick to add to goals from Donna O Brien and Sonia Redmond

Division Three Cup Quarter Final
Ajax Athletic              0          Tombrack United      3

Tombrack are through to a semi final meeting with Bridge Rovers after they eventually overcame a determined effort from a hard working Ajax side. First half goals from Marie Allen and Mary Boland had the visitors in control and a second goal from Mary Boland ten minutes from the end secured the 3-0 victory

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Results from 18-03-2017

Under Ten Premier Division
Ballindaggin               3          St Josephs       1
The home side moved back to the top of the premier division when they overcame a dogged St Josephs side 3-1.  Two goals from Leah Roban and one from her sister Emily kept Ballindaggin’s unbeaten run going and gave them their fourth win of the season

New Ross Town         1          Bridge Rovers            0
(Game abandoned at half time)
A goal from Ava O Leary had New Ross Town ahead in this game but the game had to be abandoned at half time and will now be decided by the league disciplinary committee once the referee submits his report.

Under Ten Division One
Tombrack United        1          St Leonards    2
Two goals from Katie Ryan gave St Leonards all three points away to Tombrack United, inflicting the first league defeat of the season on the home side. Emer Roche had given Tombrack the lead but a goal in each galf from Katie gave the visitors victory

Wexford Youths         1          Ferns United  1
Ferns picked up their first point in this division when they held Wexford Youths to a 1-1 draw, Aoife Doran was on target for Youths while Ella Larkin scored the all important goal for the home side

Forth Celtic     1          All Blacks      4
All Blacks made it four wins from four games and moved six points clear at the top of the division after this win away to Forth Celtic. Two goals from Ava Hendrick and one each from Sinead Mulligan and Naomi Denton gave the visitors a vital three points

Under Ten Division Two A
Cloughbawn AFC       2          Seaview United         2
These two sides played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with both sides content with a point each at the end. Thesese Kehoe Molloy and Havana Lawless were both on target for the home side.

Moyne Rangers           0          Shelburne FC             2
Shelburne moved joint top of the table when they overcame Moyne Rangers 2-0 in a game that was switched to Ballywilliam due to fixture congestion on Moyne’s pitch. Keelin Barron and Aoife Somers were on target for the winners

Courtown Hibs            3          Kilmore United          5
In a game of two halves, Kilmore raced into a 5-0 first half lead in this match with Jessica Cloney scoring a hat trick with Hallie Doyle and Erin Godden. However a strong second half performance from Hibs saw them pull back to 5-3 with Izzy Kenna scoring two and Zoe Hernandez also finding the net

Under Ten Division Two B
Corach Ramblers        1          Aughrim Rangers       1
These two young sides played out an exciting 1-1 draw with Ramblers collecting their first point in this division while Aughrim keep alive their chances of catching the leaders after this draw

Cushinstown AFC      1          Bree United               1
These two sides are still in contention for at least promotion after they played out a closely fought 1-1 draw. Sjoak Finn was on target for the home side while Casey Cullen was on target for Bree

Carnew FC      1          New Ross Celtic         0
Carnew moved second in the table after this 1-0 win over New Ross Celtic. After a closely fought encounter, Aoife Wafer scored the all important goal that gave the home side the three points

Under Twelve Division Three
Cushinstown AFC      1          Ballindaggin AFC      1
After an exciting tussle between two enthusiastic young sides, both were happy with a point each after this 1-1 draw. Aine Bradley was on target for the home side while Aoibh Kearney scored the goal for Ballindaggin

Under Twelve Division Four
Carnew AFC               0          Aughrim Rangers        3
Aughrim made it eight wins from eight games and are now looking hot favourites to win this division after this 3-0 away to near neighbours Carnew. Abigail Whitney scored twice with Ciara Connolly also finding the net      

Under Fourteen Premier Division
Courtown Hibs            7          Kilmore United          1
The home side bounced back to the top of the table after this comfortable victory over a young Kilmore side. Melissa Smith scored for the visitors but goals from Hannah Redmond (3), Amy Robertson, Valetino Mondo, Alex Lynch and Holly Tobin keep Courtown well in contention for the title

Under Fourteen Division One
All Blacks       5          Moyne Rangers          0
All Blacks are still in contention for a league and cup double after they comfortably collected all three points against a brave Moyne side. Two goals from Emma Carr and one each from Seren Ward, Aoife Reese and Aoife Haughton gave the home side their seventh win of the season

St Leonards     5          Shelburne FC             1
Katie Murphy scored for Shelburne but it was not enough against a dominant St Leonards side who are still close enough to the leaders to catch them if one of them should slip up. Eabha Cullen scored a hat trick for the home side with Aoife Cullen and Jennah Molloy also on target

Forth Celtic     5          St Josephs                   1
The home side are deadlocked at the top of table with All Blacks after this 5-1 win over St Josephs. Edel Kehoe was on target for the visitors but four goals from Grace Roche and one from Imogen Deas gave Forth their seventh win of the season

Under Fourteen Division Two A
Gorey Rangers            0          Seaview United         3
Seaview made the long journey to Gorey a worthwhile one when they collected all three points that moves them back to the top of the table. Ava White Keating was the scorer in chief for the visitors as she scored all three of their goals

Under Fourteen Division Two B
Aughrim Rangers        3          Bree United                1
The home side remain top of the table after they overcame a hard working Bree side 3-1 and now await a do or die home tie with Adamstown which will go a long way on deciding where the league title will end up. Grace O Donoghue scored for Bree but goals from Eimear O Brien, Zoe Katus and Aoife Connolly gave Aughrim victory

Adamstown                 8          New Ross Celtic        0
Adamstown made it six wins from six games as they overcame a young New Ross Celtic side with eight goals to spare. Three goals from Chloe Doyle and two from Ashling O Dowd as well as a goal each from Ellen Duggan, Karolina Jaglarz and Laura Banville gave the home side a vital three points

Under Eighteen Super League
Arklow Town              0          Bunclody AFC           2
Bunclody moved into second place in the table after this 2-0 win away to Arklow Town. Goals from Ciara Roban and Zoe Kearney gave the visitors a well earned three points

Under Eighteen Sevens
Wexford Celtic           0          Bree United               3
Bree moved back to the top of the table after this 3-0 win away to Wexford Celtic with Amy Long scoring twice and Ava Dempsey also finding the net. This division is setting itself up for a dramatic finish with three teams still well in contention for the title

St Leonards     3          Gorey Rangers           0
The home side moved back into second place and remain well in contention for the title after this 3-0 win over Gorey Rangers. Eimear Gabbett continued her good season in front of goal by scoring one while Fiona Ryan added a brace



Sunday, March 12, 2017

Results from W/end 12-03-2017

Under Twelve Cup Quarter Final
Bunclody AFC            5          All Blacks      1
The home side are through to a semi final meeting with New Ross Town after they proved too strong for All Blacks on Saturday morning. Jade Conroy and Rebecca O Connor scored a goal each for Bunclody with Jenna Conroy adding a hat trick while Aoibheann Rankin scored for the visitors

Under Twelve Premier Division
Ballindagin FC            9          Seaview United         0
Ballindaggin remain top of the division after they overcame a Seaview side who have completed their season and finish mid table. Niamh Doyle scored four with Anna Roban adding a hat trick while Sarah Kehoe scored twice for a dominant home side

Courtown Hibs            3          Kilmore United          0
Hibs are still well in contention for the premier title after this 3-0 win over a young Kilmore side who defended strongly but were unable to keep the home side at bay. Rebecca O Connor scored one with Leah Gammell adding two to secure a comfortable three points

Under Twelve Division Two A
New Ross Celtic         1          Bree United               0
Celtic have edged to the top of the table after they overcame Bree 1-0 in a closely fought encounter and they are now in a position if they win their final game, they will win the division. Sarah Kielthy scored the only goal of this game against a very good Bree side who are still in with a chance of runners up spot

Adamstown     1          Corach Ramblers        2
Corach Ramblers collected their first win of the season when they came away from Adamstown with all three points after a 2-1 victory. Aoife McCabe scored for the home side  but goals from Sarah Murphy and Rachel Gaynor gave Ramblers victory

Under Twelve Division Two B
Wexford Youths         1          Taghmon United        0
A Sarah Leahy goal kept alive Wexford Youths chance of clinching runners up spot when they overcame Taghmon United with that solitary goal. In a game where defences dominated, chances were kept to a minimum until Sarah scored the all important goal

New Ross Town         4          St Josephs       0
Champions New Ross Town made it nine wins from nine games when they overcame St Josephs, who are currently second, by a 4-0 scoreline. Emma Rossiter, Leah Ryan, Ella Nolan and Aoibh Thomas were all on target for the home side while Joeys will now have to wait until the other teams complete their campaign to see if they can hold on to second place

Rosslare Strand           5          Tombrack United      5
In their two league matches, these two sides produced nineteen goals between them and this game was never short of excitement with Tombrack coming from behind to clinch a point. A Maeve Kenny hat trick and two goals from Bonnie McMahon made up Strand’s tally while Ana Dragusan scored four for Tombrack with Marita McCrea scoring her first goal for the club

Under Twelve Division Three
Ballindaggin FC          1          Bridge Rovers            6
Bridge Rovers are very much in contention for at least second place as they travelled to Ballindaggin and overcame a very young home side 6-1. Lauren Smith was on target for the home side while Rhiannon Healy scored two with Olivia Morris, Chloe Johnson, Rachel Jackman and Eva Angood all scored one each

Gorey Rangers            0          Forth Celtic    3
Forth picked up their fourth win of the season when they overcame Gorey Rangers with three goals to spare, Niamh Dempsey, Ellie O Mahoney and Roisin Dempsey all scored for Celtic who were sharper in front of goal against a hard working Rangers side

Under Twelve Division Four
Shelburne FC              3          Carnew FC     1
Shelburne continued their good run of form and are creeping up the table as they enjoyed a 3-1 win over Carnew. Erin O Callaghan was on target for the visitors but goals from Milly Sutton, Leah Byrne and Sophie Kennedy gave the home side victory

New Ross Town         0          Forth Celtic    4
Forth Celtic travelled to New Ross Town and came away with all three points after this 4-0 win. Sinead Cullen was the heroine for the visitors as she scored all four of her sides goals to give them the three points

Wexford Youths         1          Fastnet Rovers           1
Youths title challenge has faltered in recent weeks and they lost the opportunity to take over at the top of the table when they could only manage a draw with Fastnet. Layla Fenlon gave Rovers the lead in the opening minute and despite putting on loads of pressure, it was late in the second half before Jenna Kirwan scored a late equaliser

Under Sixteen Premier One
Cloughbawn AFC       2          Tombrack United      4
Tombrack are edging closer and closer to their first premier title after they overcame close rivals Cloughbawn in a thrilling match. Tara Doyle gave the home side the lead before Nicola Ryan brought the sides level just before the break. Two second half goals from Rebecca Connaughton and one from Shannon McGovern saw Tombrack in control while Tara Doyle did score a second for Cloughbawn

Shelburne FC              3          Bunclody AFC           3
Title challengers Bunclody were given a shock in Ballywilliam when Shelburne came from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 and the visitors had to score late to secure a point. Amy Roche, Zoe Kearney and Aoife Darcy were all on target for Bunclody while two goals from Niamh O Shea and one from Ella Lyng gave the home side only their second point of the season

Courtown Hibs            1          St Leonards    7
St Leonards wrapped up the Division One title when they travelled to take on a young Courtown side and secured the three points they needed with a 7-1 victory. Jennah Molloy scored four for the Ballycullane girls with Eimear Gabbett scoring twice and Fiona Ryan also finding the net. Hannah Redmond scored a consolation goal for a hard working home side

Under Sixteen Division Two A
Corach Ramblers         1          Seaview United          3
Seaview picked up their third win of the season and moved up to third in the table when they overcame Corach 3-1. Niamh Miller scored for Ramblers while Erin Saunders, Alison Molloy and Roisin Lyons were all on target for the visitors

Under Sixteen Division Two B
Camolin Celtic            2          Wexford Celtic          3
Wexford Celtic came out on top in this potential title decider and leapfrogged Camolin to move top of the table. Megan Doyle and Grace Halloran were on target for the home side but goals from Ashling O Sullivan, Ruth Hendrick and Aliat Katun gave the visitors a very important three points. One win from their remaining two games will see them crowned champions

Arklow Town              3          St Josephs       5
St Josephs completed their season with a 5-3 win away to Arklow Town and will finish the table in a creditable third place. Holly Jenkinson continued her good scoring form with a hat trick for the home side.

Under Ten Division One
St Leonards     1          Wexford Youths         5
Katie Ryan scored for a young St Leonards side but it was not enough against a clinical Wexford Youths who took their opportunities when they arose. Layla Stafford scored a hat trick with Aoife Doran scoring twice to give Youths a well deserved three points

Under Ten Division Two B
Carnew AFC   7          Corach Ramblers         0
Two very young sides met in this rescheduled encounter and it was the home sides clinical finishing that was the difference between the two sides

Women’s Premier One Shield Final
Seaview United          2          Ferns United               3
Ferns retained their Premier One Shield when they overcame a very hard working Seaview United who will feel unlucky not to have at least brought this final to extra time. Ferns started best and were 2-0 up within twenty minutes when goals from Leona Breen and Josie Dwyer had them in control and looked to be cruising. However, Seaview showed great character and never gave up and their perseverance eventually paid off when goals from Kellie Mullan and Catherine Doyle brought the sides back level with fifteen minutes to go. As the game looked to be heading for extra time, Ferns were awarded a free kick and Leona Breen stepped to hammer home from twenty yards out. Seaview did attempt to get back but time was against them and it was Ferns who breathed a sigh of relief when referee Philip McGrath blew the final whistle. League committee member Greg Gabbett was on hand to present the Shield to Ferns captain Josie Dwyer and a well-deserved player of the match award to Leona Breen

Divisional Shield Final
Cloughbawn AFC       2          Camolin Celtic            2          aet
(Cloughbawn won 2-1 on penalties)
It took one hundred and ten minutes of football before these two evenly matched sides eventually found a winner when Cloughbawn lifted the first ever Divisional shield when they came out on top in a penalty shoot-out. Camolin took the lead when Megan Murray scored after twenty minutes, a lead they held until half time but early in the second half, Cloughbawn were back on level terms when Gina Foley found the net and fifteen minutes later, they were 2-1 ahead when Jessica Martin scored and it looked like the home side were heading for their second trophy of the season, having already won the Division Two A title. However, Camolin continued to battle back and an injury time, Caroline Murphy found the net to tie the game up at 2-2. No further goals saw the game go to extra time and then to penalties where Cloughbawn held their nerve to win 2-1 and become the first winners of the Divisional Shield. League secretary Martin Cahill was on hand to present the shield to the victorious side and a well deserved player of the match award to Cloughbawn’s Kate Cullen

Michelle Coleman Cup Quarter Final
Kilmore United           5          All Blacks       0
This much delayed Michelle Coleman Cup Quarter Final was eventually played and Kilmore United came out on top of this local derby on a 5-0 scoreline to book a semi-final meeting away to Bree United next week. Katrina Parrock was on target with a hat trick while Lisa Power scored twice.

Boland Carpets Cup Quarter Final
St Josephs        4          Moyne Rangers           0
St Joseph’s booked their place in the Boland Carpets Cup final when they overcame an understrength Moyne Rangers side 3-0 and now await the winners of Cloughbawn or Camolin in the semi final. Emer O Leary scored two with Sarah Walsh and Michelle Gahan scoring one each

Nolan and Health Fitness Cup Semi Final
Seaview United “B”   0          Bunclody AFC            4

Bunclody booked their place in the final of the Nolan Health and Fitness Cup final after they made the long trip to Seaview and came away 4-0 winners. Alex Weippert gave the visitors the lead on the stroke of half time and they controlled the second half as Britney Conroy scored twice with Alma Morris also finding the net

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Results from March 5th

Women’s Premier Division
Ferns United   5          East End United         2
The home side made it six wins from six games and closed the gap on leaders Seaview to two points when overcoming East End United. Played on a decent surface despite the poor weather conditions, both sides produced some good football with Laura Doorley scoring both goals for East End. However, goals from Josie Dwyer, Aoife Devereux, Mary O Neill, Leona Breen and Johanna Barcoe secured a vital win for Ferns as they edge closer and closer to the Premier title

Curracloe United        0          Adamstown FC           2
Both these sides completed their seasons with Adamstown consolidating third place and relegating a young Curracloe side with this 2-0 win. Despite making a quick return to division one, Curracloe can be proud of their season and if they can build on this for next season, they will be strong contenders for the division one title. Jasmine Thorpe and Sandra Thorpe were on target for an Adamstown side who have showed themselves worthy of their place in the top division

Women’s Division One
North End United       3          Piltown FC      1
North End rounded off the season with a perfect record of ten wins from ten games and have shown themselves to be worthy champions and could be a side that will do very well in the premier division next season. Piltown stayed with them for long periods in this game but in the end, the home sides clinical finishing proved to be the difference between the two sides. Emily O Mahoney was on target for the visitors but goals from Martina Pender, Lauren Roche and Sara Byrne gave North End victory

Boland Carpets Cup Quarter Final
St Josephs        3          St Leonards     1

The home side have booked themselves a semi final place away to Moyne next Sunday when they overcame St Leonards 3-1 in an end to end thrilling cup tie. Both sides produced some excellent football despite difficult conditions but it was St Josephs who eventually came out on top. Eimear Gabbett was on target for the visitors while Tracey McCormack, Pamela Walshe and Kelsey Reid scored for Joey’s

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Results from March 4th

Under Ten Cup Quarter Finals
Wexford Youths         1          Bunclody AFC           0
These two teams played out a very tight and tense affair with defences dominating and keeping chances to a minimum. However, after a scoreless first half it was Wexford Youths who broke the deadlock when Layla Stafford who scored to put last years beaten finalists through to a semi-final meeting wth New Ross Town. Bunclody battled hard for the equaliser but could not break down a resolute Youths defence

St Josephs       0          New Ross Town         2
New Ross Town made it through to the semi-final of the cup after this 2-0 win against a hard working St Josephs side. Goals from Ciara Nolan and Saoirse O Neill saw them through against the home side who did create chances but could not break down a well organised Tow defence. The visitors now have teams in the semi-finals of the Under Ten, Twelve and Sixteen Cups showing the strength of the club at underage level

Ballindaggin FC          4          Tombrack United      1
Cup holders Ballindaggin are through to a semi-final meeting with Curracloe after a strong second half performance saw them overcome near neighbours Tombrack 4-1. The teams were deadlocked 1-1 at the break but an early goal from the home side in the second half put them in control and when Tombrack came in search of an equaliser, Ballindaggin were experienced enough to score twice more to book their place in the last four. Leah Roban scored a hat trick while her sister Emily also found the net while Mikayla Tobin Cosgrave was on target for Tombrack.

Curracloe United        9          St Leonards    2
Premier side Curracloe were too strong for a young St Leonards side and have booked a semi final meeting away to Ballindaggin. The sides were much closer than the scoreline might suggest and it was the home sides clinical finishing that was the main difference between the two teams. Polly Redmond and Zara Corrigan scored a hat trick each with Erin O Brien adding two goals and Caoimhe Carley-Shiggins also getting on the scoresheet. Katie Ryan and Kate Swan both scored for St Leonards

Under Ten Division One
Ferns United   2          Forth Celtic    3
Forth Celtic moved up to third in the table after they travelled to Ferns United and came away winners by the odd goal in five. Amber McCleane, Kate Walsh and Maeve Hegarty were all on target for Celtic while Leah Earle and Eabha Doyle were on target for the home side

Fastnet Rovers            0          All Blacks      3
All Blacks made it three wins from three games and lead the way in the division after they came away from near neighbours Fastnet with all three points. Naomi Denton, Ciara Murphy and Ava Newport were all on target for the visitors while home keeper Izzy Walsh had a great game, making a penalty save midway through the second half

Under Ten Division Two B
New Ross Celtic         1          Rosslare Strand          3
Strand made it three wins from three games and moved well clear at the top of the table after this 3-1 win away to a young New Ross Celtic side. Aimee Merrigan was on target for the home side but two goals from Lucia O Donohoe and one from Kayleigh Aylward gave Rosslare the three points

Under Fourteen Cup Quarter Finals
St Josephs       2          Adamstown   4          aet
These two sides played out a thrilling cup tie that had to go to extra time before Adamstown booked their place in the last four where they will meet Ballindaggin. Goals from Karlina Jaglarz and Sinead Roche had Adamstown 2-0 up but two goals from Rita Redmond brought the sides level into extra time where goals from Maebh Wickham and Ashling O Dowd saw Adamstown through

Forth Celtic     3          Tombrack United      2
A strong first half performance from Celtic saw them go 3-0 up and although Tombrack came back strongly in the second half, Forth held on to go through to a semi final meeting with All Blacks. Grace Roche, Vicky Breen and Sarah Carroll were on target for the home side while Aoibhe McSweeney and Amy Tobin Cosgrave scored for Tombrack who pressed hard for an equaliser but could not break down the Forth Celtic defence

Curracloe United        2          All Blacks      3
All Blacks eventually overcame a determined Curracloe side to go through to a last four meeting with near neighbours Forth Celtic. Aoife Houghton gave the visitors the lead but the home side levelled before Seren Ward scored just before half time to restore All Blacks lead. Curracloe levelled for the second time early in the second half but Seren Ward scored again ten minutes from time to put her side into the semi-finals

Ballindaggin FC          6          Shelburne FC              0
Ballindaggin proved too strong for Shelburne and rounded off a good day for the club by booking their place in the last four. Orlagh Kehoe was in top scoring form by knocking in four while Laoise Kearney and Carla Cloney also got their name on the scoresheets

Under Fourteen Division Two B
Rosslare Strand           5          Arklow Town             6
These two sides played out an eleven goal thriller before Arklow eventually made the long journey home with the three points that moves them joint second in the table.

Under Eighteen Sevens
Tombrack United        1          Gorey Rangers           0
In a very closely fought encounter, Tombrack picked up the three points that moved them joint top of the table with Bree United when they converted a last minute penalty for a 1-0 win. The home side created several chances but found the Rangers defence difficult to break down until Rebecca Connaughton slotted the home the late penalty.


Sunday, February 26, 2017

Results from Sunday Feb 26th

Women’s Premier Division
Adamstown     1          Seaview United         3
Seaview moved five points clear at the top of the table and assured themselves of at least runners up spot after this 3-1 win away to Adamstown. One of the five games that went ahead despite the difficult weather conditions but it was Seaview who were the top team on the day with goals from Catherine Doyle, Brid Kehoe and Brid Doyle while Edwina Whelan was on target for Adamstown

Women’s Division Two A
St Josephs       1          Cloughbawn AFC      3
Cloughbawn recorded their eight win of the season when they travelled to St Josephs and won 3-1 and proved they are worthy divisional champions, having clinched the title last week when Camolin beat St Leonards. Aine Roche was on target for the home side while Gina Foley and Jessica Martin with two made up the visitors tally

Nolan Health and Fitness Cup Quarter Finals
Courtown Hibs            3          Wexford Bohs            0
A strong first half performance from Hibs saw them book their place in the semi finals of the cup when they beat a spirited Wexford Bohs sid 3-0. Two goals from Lauren Ramsey and one from Marian Cardiff saw the home side advance in possibly the best playing conditions of the day due to the late kick off

Seaview United B       1          Rosslare Rangers       1          (aet)
(Seaview won 4-2 on penalties)
These two sides had to go all the way to penalties before Seaview eventually booked their place in the last four. In a very closely contested encounter, Clodagh Waters was on target for Seaview while Sinead Walsh scored for Rangers and with no further goals in extra time, the game went to penalties where the home side held their nerve to advance

Division Three Cup Quarter Final
Cushinstown AFC      0          Fastnet Rovers           6
This game was switched to Fastnet as Cushinstown’s pitch was unplayable and it was Rovers who controlled the game and went through to the semi finals. Annie Breen scored twice with Lisa Marie Doyle, Joanne Jordan, Triona Kelly and Geraldine Monaghan all finding the net in this 6-0 win.

FAI Under Eighteen Inter League Southern Group
Cork League   7          Wexford League         2
The scoreline might read 7-2 but the game was much closer than this as the Wexford side put up a spirited battle before eventually bowing out of the competition to a very clinical and well organised Cork side. Wexford drew first blood when a well taken corner from Britney Conroy caused chaos in the area before Linda Bradley tapped the ball across the line into the net. The lead was shortlived as Cork bounced back and were quickly back on level terms and scored twice more before the break to lead 3-1 at half time. The second half saw the Wexford side have to cope with windy conditions as well as the slick passing of the Cork side and four more goals from the home side saw them comfortably book their place in the semi-finals before Natasha Byrne scored a late consolation for the Wexford side.
Despite the heavy defeat, Wexford did enjoy periods of the game where they controlled possession but the home side were very clinical in front of goal but manager Alan Browne and his management team can be proud of the efforts from their squad and can look forward to the coming years with confidence. Well done to all involved.


Squad: Grainne McCabe, Doireann Rossiter, Allanah Anglim, Chloe Mythen, Chloe Moynihan, Natasha Byrne, Lauren Roche, Linda Bradley, Niamh Browne, Britney Conroy, Sandra Murphy, Laura Rice, Meghan Keane, Sarah Siggins, Laura Butler, Sadbh McCarthy

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Schoolgirl League Results 25-02-2017

Under Ten Division Two B
Corach Ramblers         0          Cushinstown AFC      2
These two under ten sides played out an excellent entertaining match despite the difficult conditions in this rescheduled fixture. After a scoreless first half, Katie Murphy drilled the ball through a crowded area into the corner of the net to put Cushinstown ahead and a goal from Isabella Walsh minutes from the end wrapped up the points

Under Twelve Cup Quarter Finals
Courtown Hibs            5          St Cormacs     0
Hibs booked their place in the semi final draw when they overcame St Cormacs 5-0, although the game was much closer than the scoreline would suggest. Two goals from Hannah Redmond and one each from Katelynn Tomkins, Mia Davey and Leah Grammell saw the home side through and install them as one of the favourites for the cup

New Ross Celtic         2          Bridge Rovers            3
These two sides played out a thrilling cup quarter final in difficult conditions before Bridge Rovers eventually booked their place in the last four. In a very entertaining game played between two very good footballing sides, Aoife Kielthy scored twice for Celtic while two goals from Mia Denton and one from Olivia Morris saw the visitors through to their first cup semi final

Rosslare Rangers        0          New Ross Town         1
New Ross Town are through to the semi-finals of the cup after this narrow win over Division Three leaders Rosslare Rangers in a very exciting end to end encounter. In a very close game where chances were kept to a minimum with Ella Nolan scoring the solitary goal.

Under Twelve Premier Division
St Leonards     1          Ballindaggin               5
Ballindaggin came away from St Leonards 5-1 winners and move three points clear at the top of the table. Doireann Rossiter scored for the home side but four goals for Anna Roban and one from Niamh Doyle keep the visitors title ambitions well and truly on track

Under Twelve Division One
Curracloe United        7          North End United      0
The home side assured themselves of at least a second place finish after this comfortable win at home to North End who were playing their final game of the season. Caoimhe Whelan, Emma Cullen and Rebecca Fanning all scored two each with Jenny Raemonn also getting in on the scoring act

Under Twelve Division Two A
Bunclody AFC            3          Adamstown   1
Bunclody picked up their fifth win of the season and keep the pressure on for the league title after they overcame Adamstown 3-1. Ella Furlong scored for the visitors while Jade Conroy scored two and Corie Fitzgerald added one for the home side

Bree United     3          Corach Ramblers        0
The home side are still well in contention for the title after this 3-0 victory over a young battling Corach Ramblers side. Aoibh Donegan scored twice for Bree with Grace Donohoe also finding the net in an overall good team performance.

Under Twelve Division Two B
St Josephs       3          Taghmon United        1
The home side are making a strong push for runners up spot in this division after they overcame Taghmon United 3-1. Sarah Walsh continued her good form in front of goal as she scored a hat trick for St Josephs while Molly Cosgrove was on target for the visitors

Under Twelve Division Three
Campile United           0          Forth Celtic    3
These two sides remain mid table after this match played in difficult conditions with Niamh Dempsey scoring twice to add to a goal from Katie Kehoe to give Forth Celtic their third win of the season and still in with a chance of finishing in the top two

Under Twelve Division Four
Bridge Rovers             0          Carnew FC     3
Carnew picked up their first win of the season away from home as they continue to improve with every game and are now unbeaten in the last three. Katie Wafer scored twice with Emma Kinnear also finding the net.

Shelburne FC              0          Wexford Youths        0
Wexford Youths travelled to Shelburne and will be disappointed to drop points in their quest for the title as they played out a scoreless draw with a hard working home side. Both teams created chances but defences were dominant and both sides had to settle for a point each

Fastnet Rovers            2          New Ross Town         2
This match produced some excellent football despite the poor conditions with New Ross Town leading 2-0 at half time thanks to goals from Peg Waters and Ava O Leary. However, Fastnet dominated the second half and got back on level terms thanks to goals from Muireann Hayes and Casey Doyle

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup Quarter Finals
Bunclody AFC            5          Forth Celtic    3          aet
The home side trailed 3-1 in this cup tie with fifteen minutes to go but battled back to bring the game to extra time where two goals saw them book their place in the last four. These two sides would have been considered among the cup favourites and they definitely served up a game worthy of a final. Emma Clarke, Lauren McLoughlin and an own goal made up the Celtic tally while two goals each from Ciara Roban and Maeve Sinnott and one from Geri Rose O Connor saw last season’s beaten finalists through to the semi finals

Courtown Hibs            2          Seaview United          3
Seaview went 2-0 up in this match but had to withstand a spirited fight back from Courtown before eventually booking their place in the semi finals. Gina Burke and Hannah Redmond were on target for Hibs while two goals from Roisin Lyons and one from Aoife Connolly saw the visitors through

New Ross Town         1          Wexford Celtic          0
This game was a typical cup tie with both sides being fully committed and very little divided the two teams for long periods of the match. Eventually, Lydia McGrath scored the goal that put Town through to the semi final rounding off a good day for the club as their under twelve team also made it through to the last four of their cup

Cloughbawn AFC       10        Shelburne FC             1
The home side have now scored thirty goals in their three cup games and continued their push to retain the Ger Dunne Cup with a comfortable 10-1 win over near neighbours Shelburne. Anais Curran and Niamh McHugh scored a hat trick each with Brid Madigan adding two while Laura Butler and Katie Sweetman scored a goal each. Kellie Murphy was on target for Shelburne

Under Sixteen Division Two A
Corach Ramblers        3          Gorey Rangers           1
Ramblers picked up a valuable three points in their battle against relegation as they overcame fellow strugglers Gorey Rangers in very windy conditions. Niamh Miller, Shannon Anglim and Alison Gibbons were all on target for Corach to put them 3-0 ahead and although Amy Butler pulled one back for the visitors, it was not enough.

Under Sixteen Division Two B
Moyne Rangers           0          St Josephs      0
In a very evenly contested encounter, Moyne picked up their second point of the season while at the same time killing off St Joseph’s promotion hopes. The visitors could have taken all three points but missed a penalty but at the end, both sides were fully deserving of a point each

Carnew FC      6          Arklow Town             1

Carnew completed their season in fine style with a 6-1 victory in this all Wicklow clash. Erica Torres was on target for Arklow Town but two goals each from Lucy Kemple and Maisie Courtney Keane and one each from Aine O Gorman and Kaley Kavanagh rounded off the home side season with a win