Sunday, January 29, 2012

Results and Fixtures 29-01-2012

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 29-01-2011

Under Twelve Cup First Round
Taghmon United         1          Rathnure United         0
The home side will feel very fortunate to be in the cup after this single goal victory over Division Three side Rathnure. Kathlyn Maher scored the only goal of the game midway through the first half

Gorey Celtic    3          Ballindaggin    2          AET
The most exciting game of the day saw Gorey Celtic overcome Ballindaggin after extra time to go through to the second round. Clodagh O Leary and Aoife Devereux but two goals from Amy Wilson and one from Jade Lynch put Celtic into the last sixteen

Glen Celtic      5          Kilmore United B       0
Celtic comfortably made their way through to the second round after this five nil win over Kilmores second team. Sinead Rack and Aoife Nolan scored two each while Kathlyn Whelan scored one

Courtown Hibs           0          North End United       7
North End proved too strong for Courtown Hibs and progressed to the second round on a seven nil scoreline. New signing Elaine O Connell Sullivan scored a hat trick, Chelsey Pitman scored two while Alanah Anglim and Tara Foley scored one each

Campile United           1          All Blacks       4
All Blacks progressed through to the last sixteen after this four one win away to Campile who were the cause of their own misfortune with two own goals while Emily Coakley and Lauren Power also scored. Elena Kenny scored the solitary goal for the home side

Killenagh Wan            w/o      Adamstown
The home side were given an easy passage to round two when Adamstown were unable to field a team to travel to Killenagh

Cloughbawn    3          Corach Ramblers         0
The home side moved through to the last sixteen after this win over Corach Ramblers thanks to two goals from Jess Earl Long and one from Aoife Muldon

Wexford Celtic           0          Shelbourne      7
Shelbourne moved comfortably into round two as they overcame Division Three side Wexford Celtic with seven goals to spare. Eva Boland, Kate Murphy and Hannah Keating all scored two each with Julie Furlong also finding the net

St Leonards     2          Bunclody AFC           6
Bunclody made the long journey to Ballycullane a worthwhile one when accounting for the home side on a six two scoreline. Fiona Ryan scored both St Leonards goals while Britney Conroy scored four for the visitors while Kellie Maguire added two

Ferns United   5          New Ross Town         0
Ferns booked their place in the second round as two goals each from Charlotte Stammers and Nicole Cullen and one from Leah Jordan gave them a five nil win over Ross Town

Seaview United          2          Shelbourne B  0
Emily Dundon and Louise Morrissey were both on target for the home side as they overcame Shelbourne second team with a goal in each half

Bree United    7          Tombrack United        0
Laura Butler was in fine scoring form as she knocked in five for the home side in this seven nil win over Tombrack. Amy Long added the other two against the Division Two B side

Rosslare Rangers         0          Kimore United            7
Kira Bates Crosbie continued her fine scoring form when netting a hat trick in this cup tie in Rosslare with Sophie Boxwell, Emily Bates, Grace Barry and Emily Bates all adding one each.

Moyne Rangers           1          Fastnet Rovers            6
A hat trick each from Ann Marie Bennett and Rachel Bennett gave Fastnet Rovers a comfortable win over Moyne Rangers who scored one through Sarah Roche

Under Ten Cup First Round
Cloughbawn    2          Bridge Rovers 1
Cloughbawn progressed through to the second round of the under ten cup as they overcame Bridge Rovers by the odd goal in three in this refixed cup tie

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup First Round
Bunclody AFC           7          All Blacks       0
Bunclody moved through to a second round meeting with St Josephs when overcoming All Blacks with seven goals to spare. Louise Carton scored four while Deborah Murphy added a hat trick

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup Second Round
Shelbourne      4          Killenagh Wan            2
This exciting cup tie eventually saw Shelbourne progress to the quarter finals when overcoming Division One side Killenagh four two. Roisin Connor scored twice for the visitors but two goals from Megan Whitty and one each from Shauna Wall and Mary Tyrell put the premier division leaders through

Bree United    3          Corach Ramblers         1
Bree progressed to the quarter finals of the Ger Dunne Cup when overcoming Division Two side Corach Ramblers three one. Roisin Murphy scored for Ramblers but two goals from Niamh Sinnott and one from Kathlyn Furlong put Bree in the last eight

Curracloe United        3          Taghmon United         1
Division Two side Taghmon made premier title challengers Curracloe battle all the way to get through this cup tie but they got there in the end thanks to goals from Amy Banville, Roisin Tobin and Rianna Cullen while Clodagh Dee scored for the visitors

Kilmore United           0          Seaview United          7
Seaview proved too strong for a young Kilmore side and progressed to the quarter finals on a seven nil scoreline. Leanne Foley, Cora Cullen, Elaine Whelan, Niamh Mernagh and Fiona Rowe all scored one each while Ciara Nolan scored two.

North End United       3          Ballindaggin    0
A fifteen minute flourish at the end gave North End victory over a brave Ballindaggin effort and set up a mouth watering quarter final tie with Shelbourne. Sara Byrne scored twice and Rebecca Foley added one to put North End through

St Leonards     0          Forth Celtic     3
Forth Celtic booked their place in the last eight with this three nil win away to St Leonards with Ciara Rossiter, Chloe Fox and Rachel Kehoe all on target for the visitors

Ferns United   7          Tombrack United        1
Premier side Ferns United proved too strong for near neighbours Tombrack in this local derby. Denise Bolger scored for the visitors but a hat trick from Gemma Kehoe, two goals from Hayley Nolan and one each from Caoimhe Roche and Rita Davitt saw Ferns safely through

Womens Premier Division
Ferns United   6          Adamstown    1
Only one game survived the weather in the top division and Ferns proved too strong for Adamstowns and leapfrogged Tramore back to the top of the premier division. Leanne Murphy was on target for the visitors but a hat trick each for Liz Everedd and Leona Breen gave the home side a victory that keeps the pressure on leaders Tramore

Womens Division One B
Tombrack United        0          Wexford Celtic           3
Wexford Celtic have moved to within a point of clinching the title after they overcame Tombrack United three nil. Sheila Roche, Nellie Walsh and Sabrina Furlong were all on target for the visitors

Fixtures: Saturday February 4th: Under Ten Cup Second Round
Gorey Celtic    v          Killenagh Wan
Wexford Celtic           v          St Josephs
Kilmore United           v          Cloughbawn
Corach Ramblers         v          Campile United
Glen Celtic      v          Bunclody AFC
Fastnet Rovers            v          All Blacks
Moyne Rangers           v          St Leonards
Ballindaggin    v          Courtown Hibs

Under Ten Premier Division
Curracloe United        v          Shelbourne

Under Ten Division Two B
Bridge Rovers v          Taghmon United

Under Ten Division Three
Camolin Celtic            v          Tombrack United

Under Fourteen Cup Second Round
St Leonards     v          St Josephs
Curracloe United        v          All Blacks
Seaview United          v          Killenagh Wan
Moyne Rangers           v          Corach Ramblers
Shelbourne      v          Camolin Celtic
Bree United    v          Ballindaggin
Campile United           v          Bridge Rovers OFF
Wexford Celtic           v          Kilmore United

Under Eighteen Cup Quarter Final
Shelbourne      v          Adamstown
St Cormacs      v          Seaview United

Under Eighteen League
Tombrack United        v          Ferns United

Sunday February 5th: Womens Premier Division
Adamstown    v          Tramore FC     12-0
Seaview United       v     St Cormacs    OFF Wexford Cup First Round
Benfica            v          Forth Celtic     11-30
Moyne Rangers           v          North End United       11-0

Michelle Coleman Cup First Round
Enniscorthy Town       v          St Josephs       1-30
Kilmore United           v          Shelbourne      11-0

Boland Carpets Cup First Round
Tombrack United        v          Shilelagh United 10-0
Corach Ramblers         v          Wexford Celtic           11-0

Etchingham Cup First Round
Fastnet Rovers            v          All Blacks       11-30
Castledockrell United v          New Ross Celtic         11-30
New Ross Town         v          Rosslare Rangers1-30

Division Two B Cup First Round
Rosslare Strand           v          Campile United           1-30
Cloughbawn    v          Crossabeg        11-0

Womens Premier Division
Ferns United   12        8          2          2          26
Tramore FC     10        8          1          1          25
Adamstown    11        6          0          5          18
St Cormacs      9          6          0          3          18
Curracloe United        11        4          1          6          13
Seaview United          11        4          0          7          12
Killenagh Wan            11        2          2          7          8
Benfica                       11        2          0          9          6

Womens Division One B
Wexford Celtic           11        10        1          0          31
Shilelagh United         10        8          1          1          25
Glen Celtic                 10        6          1          3          19
Courtown Hibs           10        4          2          4          14
Corach Ramblers         10        4          0          6          12
Tombrack United        11        2          0          9          6
Arklow United            12        0          1          11        1

Monday, January 23, 2012

Results and Fixtures 22-01-2012

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 22-01-2012

Under Ten Cup First Round
Five teams made their way through to the last sixteen of the Under Ten cup after Saturdays fixtures with Camolin Celtic and Wexford Celtic having to go to extra time before the Wexford town girls progressed on a four three scoreline. Holders Curracloe United exited the competition when Fastnet Rovers ran out comfortable four one winners while Corach Ramblers beat Shelbourne by a solitary goal. Kilmore United overcame a battling Tombrack United four nil to progress to the round two while Bunclody just beat Forth Celtic by a single goal in a one nil win.

Under Ten League
Campile ensured themselves of premier under ten soccer next season when travelling to St Josephs and winning four nil in this division one tie and its now down to themselves and Moyne Rangers for the league title. Gorey Celtic overcame All Blacks two one in division two A to keep their promotion hopes alive while Killenagh and Taghmon played out an exciting scoreless draw in Horetown

Under Fourteen Cup
Curracloe United were too strong for Bunclody in the first round of the Under Fourteen cup when running out comfortable six nil winners. Holders Seaview United progressed through to the second round when proving too strong for Rosslare Rangers as they ran out two nil winners. Ballindaggin travelled to Forth Celtic and advanced to the last sixteen with a one goal win while Kilmore United proved too strong by winning three one. St Leonards travelled into New Ross Town and won five one while Killenagh Wanderers overcame a young Cloughbwn side with thirteen goals to spare

Under Fourteen League
Bree moved out of the premier division relegation zone with a home three one win over St Josephs while in division two A Moyne Rangers ran out four nil winners away to Bridge Rovers. Camolin Celtic continued their unbeaten run in Two B with a four nil win at home to All Blacks

Under Eighteen League
Shelbourne continue to lead the way in the Under Eighteen league with a massive ten two win away to Adamstown while Ferns United travelled to Seaview United and remain unbeaten with a two one victory. Tombrack collected their first three points of the season with a well earned six four victory away to St Cormacs where home player Michelle Gahan picked up a nasty injury and both sides wish her a speedy recovery

Womens Premier Division
Adamstown    0          Benfica            2
Benfica are making a push to avoid relegation when travelling to Newbawn and overcoming the home side two nil and effectively writing off any chance Adamstown have of winning the title. Becky Conroy and Sharon Browne were on target for the Waterford side who put in one of their best performances of the season to date and it might just be too early to think of them being relegated just yet

Seaview United          1          Killenagh Wan            0
Seaview did their relegation worries a big favour when overcoming fellow strugglers Killenagh Wanderers by a single goal and another couple of points should ensure the home sides safety in the top flight. Maebh Kehoe scored the vital goal to give the home side all three points

Tramore FC     5          Curracloe United        1
Curracloe still have relegation worries after this defeat to Tramore who move back to the top of the division after this victory and remain favourites for the title. Laura Corrigan scored for the visitors but two goals each from Vanessa Ogbonna and Niamh Walsh and one from Ashling Frawley gave Tramore the vital three points

Womens Division One A
North End United       0          Shelbourne      3
Shelbourne became the first league winners of the season when they got the win they needed in Belvedere to wrap up the Division One title. The home side never made it easy for the champions elect but Shelbourne were deserved winners of the league as they picked up their ninth win on the trot thanks to two goals from Marcella Cullen and one from Gina Foley. The team were presented with their cup after the game by league committee member Tom “Flash” Dunne

Coolgreaney Celtic     2          Kilmore United           2
These two promotion sides had to settle for a point each in this exciting two all draw. Niamh Moore scored both Kilmore goals while Deirdre Healy and Anne Higgins were on target for the home side

Forth Celtic     1          Enniscorthy Town       2
Enniscorthy Town moved back into second place after this win away to Forth Celtic who are relegated to Division Two A after this defeat. Trisha Gahan was on target for a Celtic side who showed great spirit and were unlucky to lose to goals from Lorna Murphy and Diane Leniston

Womens Division One B
Wexford Celtic           2          Glen Celtic      1
The home side ensured promotion after this win over Glen Celtic in a very closely contested encounter with goals from Nellie Walsh and Elve Lynch giving Wexford Celtic all three points. Ann Reck was on target for Glen

Corach Ramblers         0          Shilelagh United         5
Shilelagh are still in the hunt for the title after they made the long distance to Corach Ramblers and coming away five nil winners

Womens Division Two A
Taghmon United         0          Fastnet Rovers            0
These two sides played out a very evenly contested scoreless draw despite creating several chances. This point keeps Rovers well in contention for promotion and the title

Rosslare Rangers         1          All Blacks       2
All Blacks keep alive their outside chance of promotion after this hard earned win away to Rosslare Rangers. Sinead Walsh scored for Rangers while Tina Culleton scored both goals for the visitors

Womens Division Two B
Cloughbawn    2          Bree United    1
The home side are still in contention for the title after this win over Bree United. Marina Butler put Bree ahead but goals from Joanne Kennedy and Tara Somers gave Cloughbawn the three points

Moyne Rangers           3          Rosslare Strand           0
The Enniscorthy side still lead the way in this division after overcoming Rosslare Strand with three goals to spare and if Moyne win their remaining game in Campile, they will be champions. Laura Murphy, Ciara Tobin and an own goal gave Rangers the three points

Campile United           1          Camolin Celtic            10
Camolin keep the pressure on leaders Moyne and will be hoping for a slip up from the top side after this big win away to Campile. Melissa Doyle scored for the home team but a hat trick each from Megan Murray and Niamh O Leary as well as a goal each from Trina Graham, Katie Kehoe, Shannon Corrigan and Amanda Murphy gave Camolin the points

Fixtures: Saturday January 28th: Under Twelve Cup First Round
Taghmon United         v          Rathnure United
Gorey Celtic    v          Ballindaggin
Glen Celtic      v          Kilmore United B
Courtown Hibs           v          North End United
Campile United           v          All Blacks
Killenagh Wan            v          Adamstown
Cloughbawn    v          Corach Ramblers
Wexford Celtic           v          Shelbourne
St Leonards     v          Bunclody AFC
Ferns United   v          New Ross Town
Seaview United          v          Shelbourne B
Bree United    v          Tombrack United
Rosslare Rangers         v          Kilmore United
Moyne Rangers           v          Fastnet Rovers

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup First Round
Bunclody AFC           v          All Blacks

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup Second Round
Shelbourne      v          Killenagh Wan
Bree United    v          Corach Ramblers
Curracloe United        v          Taghmon United
Kilmore United           v          Seaview United
North End United       v          Ballindaggin
St Leonards     v          Forth Celtic
Ferns United   v          Tombrack United

Sunday January 29th: Wexford Cup Second Round
Campile United           v          St Josephs       11-30

Womens Premier Division
Ferns United   v          Adamstown    1-0
Seaview United          v          St Cormacs      11-0
Killenagh Wan            v          Tramore FC     12-0

Womens Division One A
North End United       v          Enniscorthy Town       11-30
Coolgreaney Celtic     v          Shelbourne      11-30

Womens Division One B
Tombrack United        v          Wexford Celtic           10-30
Glen Celtic      v          Corach Ramblers         11-30

Womens Division Two A
Fastnet Rovers            v          New Ross Celtic         11-30
All Blacks       v          Taghmon United         11-0
Rosslare Rangers         v          Castledockrell United 1-0

Womens Division Two B
Bree United    v          Crossabeg        11-30
Cloughbawn    v          Camolin Celtic            11-30

Bus Eireann Womens National League
Wexford Youth Women         v          Peamount United        2-0

Womens Premier Division
Tramore FC     10        8          1          1          25
Ferns United   11        7          2          2          23
Adamstown    10        6          0          4          18
St Cormacs      9          6          0          3          18
Curracloe United        11        4          1          6          13
Seaview United          11        4          0          7          12
Killenagh Wan            11        2          2          7          8
Benfica            11        2          0          9          6

Womens Division One A
Shelbourne      10        9          0          1          27(C)
Enniscorthy Town       10        6          1          3          19
Coolgreaney Celtic     10        4          2          4          14
Kilmore United           10        4          1          5          13
North End United       10        2          4          4          10
St Josephs       9          3          1          5          10
Forth Celtic     11        1          3          7          6

Womens Division One B
Wexford Celtic           10        9          1          0          28
Shilelagh United         10        8          1          1          25
Glen Celtic      10        6          1          3          19
Courtown Hibs           10        4          2          4          14
Corach Ramblers         10        4          0          6          12
Tombrack United        10        2          0          8          6
Arklow United            12        0          1          11        1

Womens Division Two A
New Ross Celtic         10        6          2          2          20
Fastnet Rovers            9          4          5          0          17
New Ross Town         9          4          5          0          17
All Blacks       10        4          3          3          15
Rosslare Rangers         11        3          4          4          13
Taghmon United         11        3          1          7          10
Castledockrell United 10        1          0          9          3

Womens Division Two B
Moyne Rangers           11        8          2          1          26
Camolin Celtic            11        8          1          2          25
Cloughbawn    10        6          3          1          21
Rosslare Strand           11        6          1          4          19
Bree United    10        3          0          7          9
Campile United           11        2          1          8          7
Crossabeg        10        0          0          10        0

Bus Eireann Womens National League

Castlebar Celtic           3          Wexford Youth Women         4

Wexford Youth Women bounced back from last weeks defeat to Cork when making the long journey to third placed Castlebar Celtic and coming away with all three points after a dramatic seven goal thriller. The Slaneysiders started lively and showed their intentions early on when Maria Delahunty linked up well with Cherelle Khessel to bring a good save from Aisling Concannon after just three minutes. A minute later, Delahunty once again put the ball into the Castlebar area where Brianne O Connor was on hand to tap the ball into the corner of the net. The home side had beaten high flying Raheny a week earlier and soon realised they were in a game as they came on the attack bringing a good save from Charlotte McCormack and minutes later Nikki Dunphy was called on to head the ball off the line. Cherelle Khessel was causing havoc in the Castlebar defence and on eleven minutes, Linda Douglas put through a perfectly angled pass for Khessel to run on to and slot past the keeper for a two nil lead. Wexford sat back a little at this point and allowed the home team to press forward and on twenty two minutes, they were rewarded when Susan Cunningham was on hand to knock the ball into the net after Emma Mullins shot had rebounded off the post. The visitors reacted in the ideal manner and went on the immediate attack and Cherelle Khessel closed down a Jennifer Byrne clearance, broke through to calmly slot the ball underneath the advancing keeper. Brianne O Connor picked up a knock just before the break and had to be replaced by Rachel Hutchinson with Jessica Gleeson unlucky not to increase the Wexford advantage when her well struck free kick flashed past the post.
The second half saw Wexford start the best but it was Castlebar who scored after seven minutes when Avril Kilkelly sent a well struck long range effort to the roof of the net. Once again Wexford reacted well and Kylie Murphy and Khessel both went close to restoring the two goal advanatage. Edel Kennedy replaced Linda Douglas, who had worked tirelessly for seventy minutes, and she made an immediate impact in midfield by using her physical strength to create a couple of chances for Khessel and also saw her own effort go the wrong side of the post. The Mayo girls were battling hard in search of an equaliser and with six minutes to go, Avril Kilkelly struck her second goal of the game when her curling shot went all the way to the back of the net to tie up the match at three all. Once again Wexford showed their now famous character and instead of sitting back and settling for a point, they went on the attack and a delicate chip from Edel Kennedy put Kylie Murphy who had more time than she realised and her hurried shot went over the crossbar. As the game moved into injury time, a point looked the most likely result until on the ninety third minute, Edel Kennedy slotted the ball through for Cherelle Khessel whose shot was saved by the keeper but broke back to Kennedy who slotted the ball into the net. Wexford dominated the remaining five minutes of injury time and Rachel Hutchinson was unlucky not to wrap the points when her shot grazed the post. Laura Heffernan came on for Kylie Murphy in the dying minutes before the referee eventually blew the final whistle after eight minutes of injury time. This performance by Wexford was undoubtably their best to date and they fully deserved the three points and in a game where all fourteen who played gave a hundred per cent, Nikki Dunphy, Maria Delahunty and the excellent Cherelle Khessel, all stood out
Castlebar Celtic: Aisling Concannon; Lauren Boles, Avril Kilkelly, Marie Harrington, Jenny Byrne; Grainne Barrett, Aileen Gilroy, Susie Cunningham, Emma Mullin; Emma Hansbury,ShaunaghJackson.

Wexford Youths: Charlotte McCormack; Celine Slye, Jessica Gleeson, Nicola Dunphy, Trish Cleary; Linda Douglas, Ciara O’Brien, Kylie Murphy, Brianne O’Connor; Marie Delahunty, Cherelle Khassal.
Subs: Rachel Hutchison for Brianne O’Connor, Edel Kennedy for Linda Douglas, Laura Heffernan for Kylie Murphy.
Attendance: 70 (Estimated)