Saturday, December 3, 2016

Results 03-12-2016

Under Ten North Division
Aughrim Rangers     0          Bunclody AFC           6
Bunclody made the trip to Aughrim a worthwhile one as they ran out 6-0 winners to book their place in Division Two A which will kick off in January. Mia Dunne was in fine scoring form as she knocked in five while Emily Rothwell also got her name on the scoresheet

Ferns United              4          Carnew FC                2
The home side picked up their fourth win of the season and finished second in the group to qualify for a place in Division One

Under Ten East
Cloughbawn             0          Wexford Youths       2
Wexford Youths rounded off the first half of the season when they travelled to Cloughbawn and came away 2-0 winners, making it four wins from four games and a place in Division One

Under Ten South
Corach Ramblers      2          Kilmore United         3
These two sides played a very entertaining five goal thriller before Kilmore eventually came out on top 3-2. Keelin Gallagher and Rachel Nacey were on target for Ramblers but a Jessie Clooney hat trick gave the visitors all three points

Under Ten Cup First Round
New Ross Town        5          Seaview United        0
Town are through to the last sixteen of the Under Ten Cup when they overcame Seaview 5-0. Abi Rossiter and Ava O Leary scored two each with Shauna Power also finding the net for the winners

Moyne Rangers        2          Shelburne FC            0
Moyne cam out in top in this evenly contested encounter and booked their place in the second round courtesy of this 2-0 win. Katlyn Cooney scored both goals for the young home side

Forth Celtic    1          Rosslare Strand        2          (aet)
One of the most exciting matches of the day saw Rosslare Strand eventually overcome Forth Celtic with a goal in the second half of extra time. In a thrilling game, Lauren Gregg scored for the home side but goals from Scarlet Bright and Lucia Donohue gave Strand victory

St Josephs      4          Cushinstown AFC      0
The home side progressed through to the last sixteen of the cup after this 4-0 win over a young Cushinstown side who battled hard in a game that was much closer than the scoreline suggests

Bridge Rovers            1          Curracloe United      4
One of the cup favourites, Curracloe booked their place in round two when they came out on top in this local derby against near neighbours Bridge Rovers. Aoife McEldowney was on target for Rovers but two goals each from Polly Redmond and Zara Corrigan put the visitor’s through

Under Fourteen Cup First Round
St Leonards               5          Moyne Rangers       1
The home side are through to the second round of the cup after this 5-1 win over a hard working Moyne Rangers side. Shannon Peare was on target for Rangers but a hat trick from Jennah Molloy and a goal each from Ann Marie Roche and Aoife Cullen saw St Leonards into the last sixteen

St Josephs                  5          Cloughbawn AFC     2
Last years runners up Cloughbawn are out of the cup after they were beaten 5-2 by St Josephs in Kilmuckridge on Saturday. Mary Kaylan and Aoife Codd scored for the visitors but goals from Erika Bates, Edel Kehoe, Grainne Dempsey Doyle, Rita Redmond and Holly Meehan saw the home side through

Seaview United         5          Courtown Hibs         0
Holders Courtown Hibs are also out of the cup after their young squad were overrun by a rampant Seaview side. Two goals each from Ava White Keating and Ciaradh Connolly as one from Erin Shannon saw the home side through

Aughrim Rangers     2          Adamstown              3
These two Division Two B sides played out a thrilling cup tie before the visitors eventually made it through by the odd goal in five. Aoife Connolly and Jade Shannon scored for Rangers while Aisling O Dowd and Maebh Wickham (2) saw Adamstown through to the second round

Corach Ramblers      1          North End United    6
North End could be one of the dark horses in the cup this season and proved their strength when they travelled to Corach and came away 6-1 winners. Grace Donovan was on target for Ramblers but five goals from Katie Law and one from Chelsea King saw the visitors through

New Ross Celtic        0          Shelburne FC            5
Shelburne made the short trip to New Ross Celtic and booked their place in the second round draw with a 5-0 win.

Under Fourteen Division One
All Blacks        6          Forth Celtic               2
All Blacks pulled clear at the top of the table after they beat second placed Forth Celtic 6-2 to create a three point gap. Goals from Niamh Rees (2), Seren Ward and Emma Carr (3) had the home side in control while Grace Roche and Lauren McLaughlin scored for Celtic

Under Fourteen Division Two A
Wexford Youths        0          Tombrack United     8
Tombrack made it three wins from four games and moved joint top of the table when they travelled to Ferrycarrig Park and came away comfortable winners. Nadine Fortune (3), Shauna McGovern (2), Ana Dragusin, Tara Kenny and Zoe Tobin Cosgrave were all on target for the visitors

Under Fourteen Division Two B
Arklow Town             7          Rosslare Strand        1
Arklow Town moved third in the table when they overcame a young Rosslare Strand side by a six goal margin with Ella Jenkinson (2), Holly Jenkinson (2), Lucy Kindlin (2) and Roisin Quinlan all on target for the home side

Under Eighteen Eleven a Side
Arklow Town             0          Curracloe United      5
Curracloe made the long journey to Arklow a worthwhile one when they collected their second win of the season to move top of the table. Four goals from Siobhan Doolan and one from Rachel Bennett gave the visitors the win

Bunclody AFC            1          Cloughbawn AFC     6
Cloughbawn picked up their first win of the season when they travelled to Bunclody and came away 6-1 winners

Under Eighteen Seven a Side
St Leonards               1          Tombrack United     1
This division is proving to be very competitive and both these sides are still in contention after they played out a tight 1-1 draw. Rebecca Connaughton gave Tombrack the lead midway through the second half but Fiona Ryan equalised for St Leonards just minutes later

Bree United               2          Wexford Celtic         0
Bree moved clear at the top of the table after they overcame Wexford Celtic 2-0 in a very entertaining encounter. Louise Butler and Amy Long were on target for the home side who would be considered title favourites at present

                                                                                       

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Results 27-11-2016

Premier One Shield Semi Finals
Curracloe United       0          Ferns United              3
Ferns are through to the shield final but had to work hard to eventually overcome a hard working Curracloe side. Aoife Devereux scored twice while a Curracloe defender also deflected the ball to the net to put the holders through to the final

Seaview United         1          East End United         0
Seaview continued their god season when they overcame East End by a solitary first half goal to book their place in the Shield final. Ali Staats was the heroine for the home side when she scored on twenty five minutes and while both sides went close for the remainder of the game, this goal proved to be the difference between the two sides

Women’s Divisional Shield Quarter Final
St Leonards                1          Camolin Celtic           2
Camolin Celtic made the long journey to Ballycullane and booked their place in the semi final of the Women’s Shield when they came away 2-1 winners. Fiona Ryan was on target for the home side but two goals from Aoife Curran saw Camolin through to a semi final meeting with St Josephs

Women’s Premier Division
Benfica LFC    2          Adamstown   3
Adamstown moved to the top of the Premier division after they travelled to Waterford and overcame Benfica by the odd goal in five. Becky Conroy scored two goals for the home side but two goals from Marcella Cullen and one from Chantelle Martin gave the visitors a very important three points

Women’s Division One
North End United     5          Kilmore United          2
Even at this early stage of the season it is difficult not to see North End lift the division one title as they moved nine points clear after this 5-2 win over Kilmore. Katrina Parrock and Cora Miller scored for Kilmore but goals from Aoife Tormey, Martina Pender, Diane Leniston and two from Rebecca Foley gave North End their sixth win in a row

Women’s Division Two A
Moyne Rangers         1          Cloughbawn AFC      3
Cloughbawn moved up to second in the table when they overcame Moyne 3-1 despite the home side unluckily hitting the post twice in the second half. Siobhan Grant Moorehead was on target for Moyne while Gina Foley, Rose Kehoe and Jessica Martin scored for Cloughbawn

Women’s Division Two B
Courtown Hibs          3          Bunclody AFC            5
A six minute burst in the second half where Bunclody scored three goals was the main difference between these two sides in this top table clash. Bunclody led 2-0 at half time and were 5 up on fifty one minutes thanks to four goals from Britney Conroy and from Kate Hendrick. A Lauren Ramsey hat trick brought Hibs back in the game but it was too late and Bunclody held on for the three points

Seaview United B      3          Rosslare Rangers      2
Seaview second team moved up to joint second after this 3-2 win over title
challengers Rosslare Rangers. Eimear Whelan scored a hat trick for the home side while Clodagh Cousins scored both goals for Rangers

Women’s Division Three
Cushinstown AFC      1          Fastnet Rovers          5
Fastnet have hit a run of form in recent weeks and have moved up to joint third in the table after this win away to Cushinstown. Antoinette Whelan was on target for the home side while Annie Breen (2), Lorraine Breen (2) and Joanne Jordan scored for Rovers. The game was 1-1 with fifteen minutes remaining

Ajax Athletic               0          Stoney LFC    4
Stoney remain joint top of the table after they travelled to Ajax and came away 4-0 winners for their fifth win of the season. Chloe Foxe continued her good scoring form with three goals while Aine Breen also found the net

Tombrack United      2          St Cormacs    0

The home side remain deadlocked at the top of the table after this 2-0 win over a battling St Cormacs side who hit the post when the game was 1-0. Kelli Maguire put Tombrack ahead in the first half and Tammy Hennessy made it 2-0 seven minutes from the end

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Results 26-11-2016

Under Twelve Premier Division
Ballindaggin              8          St Leonards              2
The home side move joint top of the premier division after this 8-2 win over a battling St Leonards side. Niamh Doyle with four, a hat trick from Anna Roban and a goal from Carla Cloney made up the Ballindaggin tally. Doireann Rossiter and Katie Whelan were on target for the visitors

Seaview United         2          Kilmore United         2
These two sides produced an exciting 2-2 draw that earned them both a deserved point which was Kilmore’s first of the season. Seaview led 2-0 with goals from Emily Sheriff and Molly O Shea but Kimore battled back strong in the second half and goals from Kennedy Cullen and Leah Wall brought the sides level

Under Twelve Division One
North End United     7          Moyne Rangers       4
Katie Law continued her impressive season and scored an impressive six as North End kept in touch with the leaders after this 7-4 win over Moyne. Shannon Maguire was also on target for the home side while Cassie O Rourke (3) and Erin Carley scored for Moyne

Curracloe United       4          All Blacks       4
These two sides played out a thrilling 4-4 draw to keep them both in contention for the league title. With the lead changing hands several times, a draw was probably the fairest result in the end with Caoimhe Whelan (3) and Jenny Reamonn on target for the home side while Cora Sinnott (2), Aoibheann Rankin and Kiera Casey scoring for All Blacks

Under Twelve Division Two A
New Ross Celtic        3          Corach Ramblers     2
Celtic have moved top of the division after this win but they were made to work very hard for the three points by a rapidly improving Corach Ramblers whose two goals were scored by Sarah Murphy. However goals from Casey Murphy, Aoife Kielthy and Aoife Cowman gave Celtic victory.

Adamstown   1          Bree United               6
Bree have moved up to joint second after a good win away to Adamstown. Eilish Roche was on target for the home side but a hat trick from Grace Donohoe and a goal each from Aoibhe Donegan, Faith Doyle and Casey Cullen gave the visitors their third win of the season

Under Twelve Division Two B
St Josephs      5          Rosslare Strand        0
The home side moved well clear in second place and still in touch with leaders New Ross Town when they overcame Rosslare Strand 5-0. All five of the St Josephs goals were scored by the impressive Sarah Walsh

New Ross Town        9          Tombrack United     0
Ross Town made it six wins from six games as they overcame a young Tombrack side with nine goals to spare. Aoibh Thomas (5), Ella Nolan (2), Emma Rossiter and Leah Ryan were all on target for an impressive home side

Under Twelve Division Three
Cushinstown             4          Gorey Rangers B       0
Cushinstown recorded their second win of the season and sit comfortably in mid table after this 4-0 win over Gorey Rangers second team. The home side led 1-0 at the break through Ella Rossiter and second half goals from Ella Bennett, Sarah Finn and Abbie Gaffney secured the three points

Rosslare Rangers      10        Ballindaggin B          0
Rangers made it six wins from six games when they proved much too strong for a young hard working Ballindaggin second team. Abigail Clarke scored four while Tegan Fortune, Bobby Culleton and Grace Noonan all scored two each

St Cormacs                3          Forth Celtic Green               1
St Cormacs moved up to second place in the table after they overcame Forth Celtic Green 3-1

Bridge Rovers            5          Campile United        1
Rovers stay in contention for a promotion spot after this 5-1 win over Campile.  Julie Boland scored for the visitors while Aoife McEldowney and Mia Denton with two each and a goal from Shannon Doyle gave Rovers all three points

Under Twelve Division Four
New Ross Town        1          Carnew FC    0
These two under twelve sides played out a very closely contested encounter before Town’s second string eventually got the goal that gave them their first win of the season. Zara Thomas scored the all important goal to give her side all three points

Fastnet Rovers          2          Shelburne FC            1
Rovers are improving with every game and after an exciting match at home to Shelburne, they eventually did enough to record their first win of the season. Two first half goals from Layla Fenlon had Rovers 2-0 up at the break and although Shelburne pulled one back through Aoibheann Ryan, Rovers held on for their historic victory

Aughrim Rangers     5          Forth Celtic White    1
Aughrim made it six wins from six games and edged clear at the top of the table after this win over Forth Celtic White. Sinead Cullen scored for Celtic but four goals from Abigail Whitney and one from Lacey Jane Shannon gave Aughrim the win

FAI Umbro Under Sixteen Cup Third Round
Cloughbawn AFC      2          Mount Merrion FC      3
Cloughbawn’s excellent run in the FAI Under Sixteen cup came to an end on Saturday when they were eventually beaten 3-2 by a physically stronger Mount Merrion side in a thrilling cup tie. Sarah Siggins and Laura Butler were on target for the home side but goals from Kerry Ann Hamilton, Ali Lyons and Bryna Mehady saw the MGL side through to the quarter finals

Under Sixteen Premier One
Bunclody AFC            5          Shelburne FC            1
The home side picked up their first win of the season when they overcame Shelburne 5-1. Aisling Breen was on target for Shelburne but three goals from Ciara Roban and one each from Geri Rose O Connor and Michaela Murphy gave Bunclody all three points

Courtown Hibs          0          Tombrack United     5
Tombrack made it four wins from four games when they overcame a young Courtown Hibs side with five goals to spare. Nadine Fortune and Kelli Maguire scored two each with Nicola Ryan also finding the net

Under Sixteen Division Two A
Gorey Rangers          0          Seaview United        3
Seaview made the long journey to Gorey Rangers a fruitful one when they came away 3-0 winners to record their first win of the season. Molly Dillon, Aoife Nolan and Sinead Murphy all scored for the visitors

Corach Ramblers      0          New Ross Town       7
New Ross Town are top of the table and unbeaten after this win away to Corach Ramblers. Eadaoin Kent with a hat trick, two goals from Jenny Canning and one each from Amy Lawlor and Jenny O Keefe gave Town a 7-0 win

Under Sixteen Division Two B
Wexford Celtic          9          Camolin Celtic          1
The home side have moved into contention for the title after this big win over leaders Camolin Celtic. Aishling O Sullivan with five, Aliat Kotun and Ava Donohue with two each made up Wexford Celtic’s tally while Emma Warren scored a penalty for Camolin

Arklow Town             2          Moyne Rangers       2
Moyne picked up their first point of the season after this 2-2 draw away to Arklow Town with Ella Jenkinson and Aida Ubineninvich both scored for the home side

Carnew FC     1          St Josephs     3
With leaders Camolin slipping up in Wexford Celtic, St Josephs took full advantage in Carnew to win 3-1 and take over at the top of the table. Kaley Kavanagh was on target for the home side while Laura Furlong, Ciara Lyons and Ella Cullen all scored for the visitors


Sunday, November 20, 2016

Women's League Results 20-11-2016

Women’s Premier Division
East End United         0          Adamstown LFC        4
Adamstown moved to within a point of the leaders after they travelled to leaders East End United and came away 4-0 winners. Chantelle Martin showed a return to scoring form with two goals with Jasmine Martin and Sandra Thorpe also both scoring in this vital victory

Seaview United         5          Benfica LFC    2
Seaview have edged to the top of the Premier division after they overcame a Benfica side who find themselves currently bottom of the table. Seaview led 5-0 thanks to goals from Brid Kehoe (2), Maebh Kehoe, Libby Sutton and Kellie Mullan before Benfica scored two late goals through Lisa Dower

Women’s Division One
Piltown FC      0          All Blacks        1
All Blacks made the long trip to Piltown and came away with a vital three points that moves them into second place in the division. Roisin Furlong scored the only goal of the game in a very closely fought battle between two skilful football teams and this win sees All Blacks leapfrog Piltown into second place

Women’s Division Two A
St Josephs      3          Camolin Celtic           1
The home side are now three points clear at the top of the table after they overcame Camolin Celtic 3-1 in kilmuckridge on Sunday morning. Michelle Gahan had St Josephs 2-0 up at half time before Aoife Curran pulled one back early in the second half but Joeys had the final say when a Camolin defender deflected to her own net seven minutes from the end

Moyne Rangers         4          New Ross Town        2
Rangers collected their second win of the season when they overcame a determined Ross Town 4-2 to move away from the relegation zone. Siobhan Grant Moorehead scored a hat trick while Aideen Byrne was also on target for Moyne while Linda Kelly and Sandra Murphy was on target for Town

Women’s Division Two B
Rosslare Rangers      0          Courtown Hibs          3
Courtown Hibs made it five wins from five games and sit just a point behind leaders Bunclody after this hard earned win in Rosslare Rangers. Therese Flynn and Marian Cardiff had Hibs 2-0 up at the break and Therese added a second midway through the second half to ensure victory

Shelburne FC             4          Seaview United “B”   3

Shannon Doyle scored a hat trick for Seaview second team but it was not enough as the home side scored through Mairead O Shea, Shauna Cowman, Eimear Murphy and Becca Foley gave Shelburne a 4-3 win

Women’s Division Three
Tombrack United      5          Cushinstown AFC      0
Tombrack joined Stoney at the top of the table after they overcame a hard working Cushinstown side 5-0. Goals from Sarah Merrigan, Leanne Kenny and Mary Boland had them 3-0 ahead at the break and second half goals from Sharon Walsh and Tammy Hennessy wrapped up the three points

St Cormacs                5          Ajax Athletic               3
The home side moved up to third in the table when they overcame an improving Ajax side in an eight goal thriller. Lorraine Fortune with four and Aoife Sutton made up the home side tally while Sophie Savage scored a hat trick for the visitors

Fastnet Rovers          6          Bridge Rovers            3
Fastnet picked up their second win of the season when proving too strong for Bridge Rovers and eventually running out 6-3 winners. Deirdre Byrne and Hayley Lacey (2) scored for Bridge while Joanne Jordan (2), Annie Breen (2), Kathlynn Gabbett and Shirley O Neill were all on target for the home side

FAI Under Eighteen Inter League
Limerick and District League           1          Wexford and District League          2
Wexford made the long journey to foggy Dooradoyle on Sunday afternoon and got their FAI Inter League campaign off to a winning start when they scored a late winner. Both sides produced some top class football and it was evident from early on that there was going to be little between the sides with both goalkeepers performing excellently with Wexford’s Grainne McCabe producing a player of the match display. After a scoreless first half, Wexford eventually broke the deadlock when Siobhan Doolan scored early in the second half after some good built up display but the home side battled back and levelled with fifteen minutes remaining. As it looked as if both sides might have to settle for a point each, Siobhan Doolan got on the end of a Natasha Byrne cross to score in the ninetieth minute and earn Wexford an opening day win. Well done to manager Alan Browne and his team of coaches and of course the players who produced a great  performance despite such a short lead in time to prepare

Squad: Grainne McCabe, Allanah Anglim, Lauren Roche, Chloe Mythen, Chloe Moynihan, Linda Bradley, Aisling O Gorman, Natasha Byrne, Niamh Browne, Britney Conroy, Siobhan Doolan, Leah Furlong, Laura Rice, Meghan Kane, Rachel Scannell, Doireann Kavanagh, Sandra Murphy

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Underage Results 19-11-2016

Under Ten Premier Division
New Ross Town        1          Ballindaggin FC        1
The home side are showing themselves to be very competitive at this age group and have been involved in some very tight matches this season. Leah Roban was on target for the visitors but Town did score in the second half through Cira Nolan to earn themselves a point

Curracloe United       4          Bridge Rovers          1
Curracloe have moved clear at the top of the division after this 4-1 win over near neighbours Bridge Rovers. Aoife McEldowney scored for the visitors but two goals each from Polly Redmond and Zara Corrigan gave Curracloe an important three points

Under Ten North
Tombrack United      6          Aughrim Rangers    0
The home side rounded off the first half of the season unbeaten and finished top of the North section after this win over an Aughrim side who will feel unfortunate not to have at least scored. Mikayla Tobin Cosgrave scored a hat trick to add to two goals from Emer Roche and one from Ciara Kenny

Carnew FC     0          Courtown Hibs         5
Hibs recorded their second win of the season when they travelled to Carnew and came away 5-0 winners to secure their place in Division Two A for the second half of the season. Izzy Kenna continued her good scoring form with a hat trick while Ellie Cornish hit the net twice

Under Ten East
Wexford Youths        7          Bree United               1
The Youths will finish top of the East section and will compete in Division One in the new year after this 7-1 win over a young Bree side. Louise Reville scored for the visitors but Aoife Doran (4), Layla Stafford (2) and Alexa Clancy were all on target for Wexford Youths

Moyne Rangers         2          Forth Celtic               0
Two goals from Katlyn Conroy gave Moyne Rangers a surprise win over Forth Celtic and moved up to mid table. In a very closely contested and exciting match it was Katlyn’s accuracy in front of goal that proved to be the decisive factor between the two sides

Under Ten South
All Blacks        5          Rosslare Strand        1
All Blacks will go into division one as probably one of the favourites for the title as they recorded their fourth win from four games in this win over a young Rosslare Strand side. Ciara Murphy (3) and Naomi Denton (2) scored for the home side while Lucia O Donoghue was on target for Strand

Under Ten West
New Ross Celtic        1          Shelburne FC            0
Celtic recorded their first win of the season when they overcame Shelburne by a single goal in a very close tight affair. Aaliyah Animashaun scored the only goal of the game midway through the second half

St Leonards    2          Cushinstown AFC     0
The home side rounded off the first half of the season unbeaten when they overcame a hard working Cushinstown side 2-0. Katie Ryan scored both goals for the impressive home side in a game that produced some excellent football from two very good sides

Under Fourteen Premier Division
Ballindaggin               5          Kilmore United         0
Ballindaggin made it three wins from three games when overcoming Kilmore 5-0 and remain two points clear at the top of the division. Zoe Lett, Lauren Roban, Aoife O Leary, Orlaith Kehoe and Katie Bates were all on target for the home side as they collected all three points

Courtown Hibs          5          Cloughbawn AFC     0
Hibs remained unbeaten and in touch with the leaders after this 5-0 win over a young Cloughbawn side who worked very hard to keep the home side at bay. Sasha Green scored two with Emma Lynch, Amy Robertson and Holly Tobin all scoring for the winners

Under Fourteen Division One
St Leonards    2          Moyne Rangers       2
The home side lost touch with the leaders after they were held to a draw by a hard working Moyne Rangers who were good value for their 2-2 draw. Ann Marie Roche and Jenna Molloy scored for the home side while Shannon Peare and Shanise O Reilly were on target for Moyne

St Josephs      1          Forth Celtic   4
Forth Celtic made it four wins from four games when they travelled to Kilmuckridge and overcame the home side 4-1. Edel Kehoe was on target for St Josephs while Lauren McLoughlin and Grace Roche with two each gave Celtic victory

Shelburne FC             1          All Blacks       8
All Blacks are looking very impressive in this division as they travelled to Shelburne and came away with all three points in impressive fashion. Aoife Rees (2), Zoe Butler (2), Aoife Haughton, Emma Carr, Seren Ward and Aoife Butler all scored for All Blacks while Jessica Sutton scored for the home side

Under Fourteen Division Two A
Corach Ramblers      1          Tombrack United     7
Grace Donovan was on target for Corach but Tombrack recorded their second win of the season when they ran out 7-1 winners. Nadine Fortune (4), Shauna McGovern (2) and Zoe Tobin Cosgrave were all on target for the winners

Wexford Youths        1          North End United    8
North End made the short trip to Ferrycarrig a worthwhile one when they came away with the three points to remain unbeaten and joint top of the table. Katie Law continued her impressive season with five while Chelsey King added two while Caoimhe Lawlor also found the net

Seaview United         6          Gorey Rangers         1
Seaview are also unbeaten and remain deadlocked at the top of the table with North End after this 6-1 win over Gorey Rangers. Ava White Keating scored a hat trick while Erin Shannon, Jamie Walsh and Ciaradh Connolly all added a goal each

Under Fourteen Division Two B
Adamstown   5          Aughrim Rangers    0
Adamstown came out on top in this battle of the top two in the division when they accounted for a youthful Aughrim side 5-0. Karlina Jaglarz scored twice with Ellen Duggan, Chloe Doyle and Lara Banville all adding one each to give their side their fourth win from four games

New Ross Celtic        4          Rosslare Strand        0
Celtic recorded their second win of the season and sit mid table after this 4-0 win over bottom side Rosslare Strand. Ciara Mullaly scored all four for the hard working home side

Bree United    0          Arklow Town            2
Arklow Town made the long journey to Bree but enjoyed the journey home as they secured all three points courtesy of a 2-0 win in a very close and entertaining match


Sunday, November 13, 2016

Women's League Reports 13-11-2016

Women’s Divisional Shield Second Round
Fastnet Rovers          0          Camolin Celtic           5
Camolin progressed to a quarter final meeting away to St Leonards when they came away from Fastnet Rovers 5-0 winners. Megan Murray scored twice with Niamh O Leary, Katie Kehoe and Aoife Curran all getting their names on the scoresheet

Women’s Divisional Shield Quarter Finals
Cloughbawn AFC      4          Moyne Rangers         0
The home side are looking unstoppable at present and booked their place in the semi finals of the Shield with a 4-0 win over Moyne Rangers. Gina Foley scored twice with Tina Cullen and Tracey Martin also finding the net.

Bunclody AFC            10        Shelburne AFC          0
A gallant effort from Shelburne was not enough against a clinical home side who finished clinically in front of goal and reached double figures to go through to the semi finals. Nicole Fortune (5), Britney Conroy (3) and Alma Morris (2) made up the tally for Bunclody

Courtown Hibs          2          St Josephs      4
St Josephs are through to the last four of the Shield but had to work very hard against a determined Courtown Hibs side. Lauren Ramsey scored both goals for the home side but a player of the match performance from Michelle Gahan saw her score a hat trick with Tracey McCormack also finding the net

Women’s Premier Division
Ferns United              7          Curracloe United       2
Ferns have moved up to second in the division after this 7-2 win over a youthful Curracloe side. Natasha Byrne and Clara Donnelly were on target for the visitors but five goals from the experienced Liz Evered plus one each from Leona Breen and Georgina Moore gave Ferns the three points. Curracloe keeper Sadbh McCarthy topped off a great performance by saving two penalties

Adamstown v Benfica LFC
Adamstown received an easier than expected three points when Benfica, for the first time in the history of the club, were unable to get enough players to field a team

Women’s Division One
All Blacks        0          North End United     3
North End have installed themselves as firm favourites to win the division one title when they came away from All Blacks with all three points. Goals from Martina Pender, Kim Walker and the experienced Diane Leniston saw the Wexford town side come away from Mayglass 3-0 winners

Bree United    2          Corach Ramblers      2
These two sides cancelled each other out in this 2-2 draw, a result that leaves both sides in a bunch in the lower half of the table. Amy Long and Oilbhe Rafferty were on target for Bree while Sara Byrne and Natasha Walsh were on target for Ramblers

Piltown FC      4          Kilmore United          4
The home side must have thought they had the three points sown up in this game when they led 4-1 with fifteen minutes remaining. However, Kilmore showed great spirit and determination to battle back for a point with three late goals. Emily McCarthy and Eilis Cooney scored two each for Piltown while Becky Furlong (2), Cora Miller and Chloe Troy were on target for Kilmore

Women’s Division Two A
New Ross Town        4          St Leonards    5
St Leonards moved joint top of the table after they came out on top by the odd goal in this nine goal thriller. Jenny Delaney, Ann Carroll, Sandra Murphy and Linda Kelly were all on target for Town while Fiona Ryan (3) and Eimear Gabbett (2) were on target to give the visitors an important three points

Women’s Division Two B
Rosslare Rangers      2          Wexford Bohs            0
Rangers moved into second place in the division after they eventually broke down a determined hard working Wexford Bohs side. Clodagh Cousins and Robin Brennan scored the vital goals that gave Rangers their fourth win of the season

Women’s Division Three
Stoney LFC    4          St Cormacs    0
Chloe Foxe scored four goals for the second week in a row as Stoney LFC overcame St Cormacs 4-0, a win that leaves them three points clear at the top of the division

Bridge Rovers            0          Tombrack United      5

Tombrack moved into second place in the table after they eventually proved too strong for a battling Bridge Rovers side. A Sarah Merrigan hat trick, a goal from Mary Boland and a well struck Tia Byrne free kick saw Tombrack come away from The Bogside 5-0 victors

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Reports 12-11-2016

Wexford and District Women’s and Schoolgirls League 12-11-2016

Under Twelve Premier Division
Seaview United         0          Ballindaggin               11
Ballindaggin are keeping the pressure on league leaders Courtown Hibs and showed no mercy when they travelled to a young Seaview side and knocked in eleven without reply. Niamh Doyle (5), Anna Roban (4) and Cerys Fortune (2) were all on target for the dominant visitors

Kilmore United          0          Courtown Hibs          4
Title holders Courtown Hibs travelled to Kilmore and remained top of the table after a 4-0 win. The home side could have taken a shock lead when Hallie Doyle hit the crossbar early on but Hibs took control of the game and goals from Sasha Greene (2), Sophie Moran and Grace Davis gave them all three points

Under Twelve Division One
All Blacks        4          Gorey Rangers          1
The home side remain top of the table after they made it four wins from four games after this win over Gorey Rangers. Yasmine Allen was on target for Rangers but goals from Sophie Wallace, Aoibheann Rankin, Keira Casey and Tara Cullen gave All Blacks the win

North End United     0          Curracloe United       4
Curracloe moved second in the table after they proved too strong for North End and recorded their third win of the season with this 4-0 win. Emma Cullen scored a hat trick with Rebecca Fanning also getting on the scoresheet.

Under Twelve Division Two A
Corach Ramblers      0          Bree United                3
Bree picked up their second win of the season away to Corach Ramblers as they came away 3-0 winners after a very entertaining game. Amy Doyle, Grace Donohoe and Aoibhe Deegan were all on target for the winners

Bunclody AFC            1          New Ross Celtic        2
These two sides are now deadlocked at the top of the table after Celtic came away from Bunclody with all three points after this closely contested encounter. Rebecca O Connor was on target for the home side but goals from Keelin Jensen and Aoife Cowman gave Celtic a very important three points

Under Twelve Division Two B
Tombrack United      5          Rosslare Strand         4
These two young sides produced a nine goal thriller before Tombrack eventually came out on top by the odd goal. Aisling Roche (3) and Ellen Murphy were on target for Strand but prolific goalscorer Ana Dragusin (4) and Leanne Walsh scored to give Tombrack the three points

St Josephs      1          Wexford Youths Green        1
St Josephs kept in touch with the leaders despite dropping points at home to a hard working Wexford Youths side. Sarah Walsh scored for Joeys while Allanah Lambert was on target for Youths

New Ross Town        7          Taghmon United       2
Ross Town are now five points clear at the top of the table after this comprehensive 7-2 win over third placed Taghmon United. Five goals from Aoibh Thomas and two from Ella Nolan had the winners well in control

Under Twelve Division Three
Gorey Rangers Seconds       0          Rosslare Rangers      10
Rosslare Rangers made it five wins from five and moved six points clear at the top of Division Three after this comprehensive win over a young Gorey Rangers side. Grace Noonan (3), Abigail Clarke (3), Tegan Fortune (2), Bobbie Culleton and Ciara Pierce were all on target for a dominant home side

Ballindaggin Seconds           0          Cushinstown AFC      2
Cushinstown picked up their first win of the season when they travelled to Ballindaggin second team and came away 2-0 winners. Ella Rossiter and Kyra Nolan were both on target for Cushinstown

Forth Celtic Green    0          Bridge Rovers            0
A scoreless draw was played out between these two young sides and although no one managed to find the net, both sides created several chances and in the end a draw was a fair result. This point moves Bridge Rovers up to third place in the table

Campile United         1          St Cormacs    3
St Cormacs moved to second in the table after they made the long journey to Campile a fruitful one and came home with the three points. Eva Fuhrmann was on target for the home side while Emerson Doran (2) and Bronagh Kenny scored for the visitors

Under Twelve Division Four
Carnew FC     1          Fastnet Rovers          1
These two sides produced an excellent entertaining match but had to settle for a point each after this 1-1 draw. Katie Wafer scored the goal for Carnew while Anna Benson was on target for Rovers

Shelburne FC             2          New Ross Town Seconds     0
Shelburne picked up their second win of the season when they overcame New Ross Town second team 2-0. Two goals from Caitlin Gaffney gave the home side victory and all three points

Forth Celtic White     1          Wexford Youths Blue           3         
Wexford Youths made it five wins from five and sit joint top of the table after this 3-1 win away to Forth Celtic White. Sinead Cullen was on target for Celtic while Sophie Kuba scored a hat trick for Youths

Bridge Rovers            1          Aughrim Rangers      5
Aughrim are enjoying their first season in the league as they travelled to Bridge Rovers and remain joint top of the table after this 5-1 win. Olivia Morris scored for Rovers while Grace Connolly, Willow Jordan, Sophie McCarthy, Aoife Campbell and Abigail Whitney all scored for the visitors

Under Sixteen Premier One
Tombrack United      3          Bunclody AFC            2
Premier leaders Tombrack made it three wins from three games after they overcame Bunclody by the odd goal in five in a very hard fought encounter. Bunclody scored first and last through Zoe Kearney but goals in between from Becky Connaughton (2) and Shauna McGovern gave the home side a very important win

St Leonards    3          Courtown Hibs          1
Eimear Gabbett is having a fantastic season in front of goal as she has scored for the Sixteens, Eighteens and Women this season and kept up that record with two goals in this 3-1 win over Courtown Hibs. The other goal came from an own goal while Jean Kavanagh was the goal scorer for Hibs

Cloughbawn AFC      8          Shelburne FC             0
Cloughbawn made it two wins from two games when they proved too strong for near neighbours Shelburne, running out 8-0 winners. Four goals from Sarah Siggins, two from Niamh McHugh and one each from Aoife Codd and Laura Butler gave the current Premier title holders all three points

Under Sixteen Division Two A
New Ross Town        5          Gorey Rangers          0
The home side made it three wins from three games and sit top of the table after this 5-0 win at home to Gorey Rangers. Amy Lawlor, Jenny Canning, Zoe Rossiter and two from Jenny O Keefe made up New Ross Town’s tally

Forth Celtic    5          Seaview United         1
Forth moved up to second after they hosted Seaview and ran out 5-1 winners. Ciara Corish was on target for the visitors but two goals each from Nadine Cunningham and Michelle Carthy and one from Lauren McLaughlin gave Celtic the win

Under Sixteen Division Two B
Carnew FC     1          Wexford Celtic           6
Wexford Celtic are still unbeaten and in touch with the league leaders after this 6-1 win away to a hard working Carnew side. Kaley Kavanagh scored for the home side but goals from Rachel Zsurs, Aliat Katun (2), Holly Rossiter, Aisling O Sullivan and Anna Donoghue gave Celtic their second win of the season

St Josephs      2          Arklow Town             0
The home side remain in contention for honours after they overcame an improving Arklow Town side 2-0 to remain second in the table. Ciara Lyon and Ella Cullen were on target for St Josephs who were good value for their victory

Moyne Rangers         2          Camolin Celtic           11

Camolin have had a tough couple of years at this age group but they are making up for it this year as they top the division with four wins from four games. Shannon Peare and Shannon Redmond scored for Rangers but goals from Emma Carton (5), Grace Halloran (3) Megan Byrne, Megan Doyle and Aine Byrne gave a confident Camolin victory