Sunday, September 29, 2013

Fixtures and Results 29-09-2013

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 29-09-2013


Under Ten Premier Division

Kilmore United and Bunclody opened their campaigns with wins in the under ten premier division as they both recorded wins away from home. Kilmore travelled to Campile and won six one thanks to a hat trick from Melissa Smith and a goal each from Josie Doyle, Kennedy Cullen and Emma Doyle while Sarah Foley was on target for the home side. Bunclody travelled to Courtown Hibs and overcame the home side four two with Leah Power scoring a hat trick for the visitors with Naomi Kavanagh also finding the net. Holly Tobin scored both goals for Hibs in a very competitive opening game


Under Ten North

Tombrack opened their season with a comfortable win over new club St Cormacs who have returned to schoolgirl soccer after a four year absence. Hat tricks from Tara Kenny and Zoe Tobin Cosgrave plus a goal from Katie Cashe gave Tombrack the three points. Another new club in the league, Gorey Rangers, overcame a young Killenagh side six one in the showgrounds. Suin Murdiff scored four for Rangers with Kerry Hammett and Ava Callaghan adding one each while Sophie Moran scored for Killenagh


Under Ten East

All Blacks opened the season on Friday night when they entertained Bridge Rovers and collected all three points in a four nil win with Aoife Haughton and Shannon Doyle scoring two each. Rosslare Rangers travelled to Wexford Celtic on Saturday and came away six two winners thanks to two goals from Tegan Fortune and one each from Zoe Butler, Bobbi Culleton, Eimear O Neill and Ciara Pierce while Kayla Flood scored both for Celtic. Wexford Youths made their debut in the schoolgirls league at home to Taghmon but it was the visitors who took the honours as they triumphed five nil. Chloe Doyle scored a hat trick with Rebecca Cashin and Cora Banville adding a goal each


Under Ten South / West

New Ross Town proved too good for Adamstown when making the short trip to Newbawn and coming away seven one winners courtesy of a hat trick from Kellie Nugent, two goals from Emma Rossiter and one each from Grainne O Neill and Eve Thomas while Karlina Jaglard was on target for the home side. A young Cloughbawn side hosted Seaview United and went down six two with Chloe O Neill and Catherine Hayes on target for the home side while Ciara Connolly scored four for Seaview and Charlotte Morrissey added two. Corach Ramblers and St Leonards played out a one all draw with Keelyn Ryan scoring for Ramblers and Eva Cullen on target for St Leonards


Under Fourteen Premier Division

Kilmore proved too strong for Moyne Rangers in this division, running out eight two winners. Anais Cullen and Aoife Devereux scored for Moyne but four goals from Ann Marie Bennett, two from Kira Bates Crossbie and one each from Rachel Bennett and Emily Bates gave Kilmore all three points


Under Fourteen Division One

Gorey Rangers and Bunclody played out a five goal thriller before Rangers eventually took the three points in their debut game at this age group. Two goals from Amy Wilson and one from Niamh Taylor Hughes gave the home side a three two win. St Leonards made the short journey to Seaview and proved much too strong for the home side running out seven one winners. Fiona Ryan scored a hat trick while Ciara O Connor scored two with Katelyn Kearon and Niamh Browne adding one each. Molly Power scored for Seaview


Under Fourteen Division Two A

North End came from three nil down to earn a point away to All Blacks in a very exciting game in Mayglass. Emily Coakley had the home side three nil ahead with a hat trick but two goals from Chelsea Pitman and one from Alanah Anglim earned the Wexford town girls a point. Arklow Town made their debut in the league away to Courtown Hibs and won two one thanks to goals from Megan Higgins and Lauren Kelly while Ella Maree scored for Hibs


Under Fourteen Division Two B

Gorey Celtic travelled to Adamstown and won seven nil while New Ross Town travelled to Tombrack and ran out nine nil winners


Table Quiz

The league are holding a table quiz in the Stanville Lodge Hotel this Friday and your support would be appreciated. Table of Four is forty euro with some great prizes on offer and the quiz will kick off at 8-30pm and we look forward to seeing you there


Coaches for League Training Centre

If anyone is interested in becoming involved in this years League Training Centre as a Coach or Assistant or to help in any way, can you contact Barry Dempsey on by October 7th. Our LTC is the pathway for players to move to Gaynor Cup squads, possibly international level as many of our players have achieved and ultimately could end up playing National League. Trials for players will start in the weekends after October 7th and details will be on the paper and on


Fixtures and Results Contacts

As a matter of clarification, under twelve teams are to contact Aine Murphy on 087 6752546 with kick off times by 9-30pm on Wednesday night while under sixteen teams are to contact Ashling Kavanagh on 087 9515107, also by 9-30pm. On Saturday and Sunday after your match, clubs are to text results to Peter Doyle on 087 2697074. We would ask clubs to adhere to these times and make sure get the information to the league as requested and co-operation is greatly appreciated


Fixtures: Saturday October 5th: Under Twelve Premier Division

Kilmore United v Campile United

Cloughbawn v Curracloe United

Ballindaggin: Idle


Under Twelve Division One

St Leonards v Wexford Celtic

Courtown Hibs v Seaview United

Gorey Celtic v Bunclody AFC


Under Twelve Division Two A

North End United v Moyne Rangers

Bridge Rovers v Wexford Youths

Shelburne A v New Ross Town


Under Twelve Division Two B

Forth Celtic v Tombrack United OFF

Killenagh Wan v Corach Ramblers

St Josephs A v Adamstown


Under Twelve Division Three

St Josephs B v Rosslare Rangers

St Leonards B v Camolin Celtic

Shelburne B v All Blacks


Under Sixteen Premier Division

St Leonards v Curracloe United

Killenagh Wan v Kilmore United

Ballindaggin: Idle


Under Sixteen Division One

Bree United v Moyne Rangers

Camolin Celtic v Bunclody AFC

Cloughbawn v Seaview United

New Ross Town v St Josephs


Under Sixteen Division Two

Gorey Rangers v Tombrack United

Arklow Town v All Blacks

Wexford Celtic v Bridge Rovers

Killenagh Wan B v Campile United


Sunday October 6th: Womens Premier Division

Ferns United v Cloughbawn 11am

Coolgreaney Celtic v Seaview United 11-30am

North End United v Tramore FC 11-30am

Adamstown v Benfica  OFF


Womens Division One

Killenagh Wan v Kilmore United  11am

New Ross Town v Glen Celtic 11am

Corach Ramblers v Cloughbawn B  11am

St Josephs v Courtown Hibs 2pm


Womens Division Two A

Bunclody AFC v Tombrack United  10-30am

Rosslare Rangers v Forth Celtic OFF

Camolin Celtic v Taghmon United 3pm

Castledockrell United v Shilelagh United 11am


Womens Division Two B

Fastnet Rovers v Bree United 11am

Moyne Rangers v St Leonards 11am

Rosslare Strand v Campile United 11am

Crossabeg AFC v Cushinstown AFC 11am

Sunday, September 22, 2013


Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 22-09-2013

By Peter Doyle


Womens Premier Division

Cloughbawn    2          Adamstown     3

The home side got off to the ideal start in this game and led two nil at the break courtesy of goals from Shauna Wall and Marcella Cullen. However Adamstown showed the grit and determination that have kept them in the top division over the years and scored three in the second half to take what already could be a very important three points. Edwina Colfer scored one and the prolific Chantelle Martin scored two top drawer free kicks to give the visitors victory.


Benfica            6          Coolgreaney Celtic     0

Coolgreaney made the long trip to Waterford but came away empty handed as Benfica proved too strong on the day. The game was closer than the scoreline suggests but the home side deserved their victory with Beserta Ajeti scoring a hat trick while Steph Hallahan added two with Brianne O Connor also finding the net


Seaview United           0          North End United        1

These two sides played out a top class encounter before North End did enough to snatch the three points. Both sides created chances but Alysha Cullen was the heroine as she scored the only goal of the game


Womens Division One

St Josephs        3          Killenagh Wan             1

Isabelle Naughter gave Killenagh the lead but it too St Josephs only five minutes to get back on level terms when Aine Roche found the net on twenty five minutes. The home side got on top in the second half with Stephanie Gahan and Becky Hayden scoring in a three one win


Courtown Hibs 0          New Ross Town           3

New Ross Town continued their good form into this season as they travelled to Courtown and came away with all three points. Republic of Ireland Under Fifteen schools international player Sinead Ryan was the difference between the sides as she knocked in a hat trick


Kilmore United            5          Corach Ramblers        0

The home side lived up to their tag of divisional favourites as they proved too strong for Corach Ramblers. Two goals from Jasmine Redmond and one each from Katrina Parrock, Diane Doyle and Lisa Goff gave Kilmore the points


Womens Division Two A

Tombrack United        0          Camolin Celtic            1

In a game that never really sparked to life, Camolin travelled to Tombrack and took all three points thanks to a second half goal scored by Triona Graham


Womens Division Two B

Rosslare Strand           3          Moyne Rangers           1

Strand opened their campaign with a win as they overcame relegated Moyne three one. Two goals from Emma Kehoe and one from Sarah Farrell was enough to give the home side an opening day victory


Bree United     1          Crossabeg AFC                        0

This very tight game saw Bree eventually take all three points as Lisa Crean scored the only goal of a very close game


Best of Luck to Wexford Footballers

The Wexford Womens League would like to wish the Wexford GAA Women the best of luck in their All Ireland Final next Sunday. Several of the players on the squad play, or have played, in the league in the past and we wish them the best in their quest for an All Ireland winners medal


New format for Under Ten Schoolgirls League

In the past number of years it has become more and more difficult to place teams in the correct division at Under Ten level so this season, we have decided to regionalise the lower divisions. This will also cut down on travel and at the end of the league, the top two teams in each section will play a knock out competition for Division One title, with other finishing places playing for Division Two A and Two B titles. The Premier division will remain in place for the top six teams in the league based on last season’s finishing positions. This season referees for all Under Ten games will be appointed by the league


FAI Womens Cup Semi Final

Next Sunday will see Wexford Youths Women host Castlebar Celtic in Ferrycarrig Park with a place in the FAI Womens Cup final as a reward for the winners. Castlebar were the first ever visitors when Wexford joined the league in 2011 and since that opening day two all draw, the sides have met a total of six times with Wexford enjoying the best of the battles so far having won four, drew one and lost one. However, despite one comfortable four nil win in Castlebar last Decmber, the remaining games have been very tight encounters and there is very little between the sides and both will be eager to book their place in the cup final. Wexford have enjoyed a mixed start to the season as they strive to field a first choice starting eleven as they struggle to cope with injuries to some key players and suffer the added loss of goalkeeper Mary Rose Kelly in this game as she will be in goal for Wexford in the All Ireland Junior final in Croke Park. This cup semi final should prove to be a thrilling encounter and could go all the way to penalties to decide who will be in the November final, we look forward to your support on the day. This is the first of two home games against Castlebar as they are back again the following weekend for their league match which is provisionally fixed for the Saturday night at 7-45pm


Republic of Ireland Under Nineteens

Three Wexford players are currently lining out with the Republic of Ireland Under Nineteen girls in the qualifying round of the UEFA Championships with the group being hosted by Ireland in Dublin. On Saturday Lauren Dwyer, Ciara Rossiter and Ashling Frawley were all part of the team that beat Kazahkstan seven nil in Dalymount and will have hopefully ensured qualification to the elite phase on Monday evening when they would have played Greece in Tallaght. The group winds up when the girls in green play Denmark on Thursday in Tolka Park and we wish our three players, and indeed the full squad, the best of luck in their quest for qualification to the next stage of the competition


League Table Quiz

The league are hosting a table quiz in the Stanville Lodge Hotel on Friday October 4th and are asking for your support. Table of Four is forty euro with some great prizes and proceedings will kick off at 8-30pm and we look forward to seeing you there


Leinster Under Twelve Blitz

Cloughbawn are Wexfords sole representatives in Saturdays Leinster Under Twelve blitz which is being held in Mullingar with a 12 noon kick off. Wexford were allocated five places but due to the early timing of the competition, no other club took up the option so the Clonroche girls will be flying the flag for the league on the day and we wish them the best of luck and hopefully they will make it through to the All Ireland blitz in a few weeks time


Fixtures: Saturday September 28th: Under Ten Premier Division

Ballindaggin    v          Curracloe United

Campile United           v          Kilmore United

Courtown Hibs v          Bunclody AFC


Under Ten North

Tombrack United        v          St Cormacs

Moyne Rangers           v          St Josephs

Gorey Rangers                        v          Killenagh Wan


Under Ten East

All Blacks         v          Bridge Rovers

Wexford Celtic            v          Rosslare Rangers

Wexford Youths          v          Taghmon United


Under Ten South / West

Adamstown     v          New Ross Town

Corach Ramblers        v          St Leonards

Cloughbawn    v          Seaview United


Under Fourteen Premier Division

Ballindaggin    v          Curracloe United

Kilmore United            v          Moyne Rangers

Cloughbawn: Idle


Under Fourteen Division One

Gorey Rangers                        v          Bunclody AFC

Seaview United           v          St Leonards

Bridge Rovers: Idle


Under Fourteen Division Two A

All Blacks         v          North End United

Courtown Hibs v          Arklow Town

Wexford Celtic: Idle


Under Fourteen Division Two B

Tombrack United        v          New Ross Town

Adamstown     v          Gorey Celtic

Cloughbawn B: Idle


Under Eighteen League

Ballindaggin    v          Curracloe United

Seaview United           v          North End United

Killenagh Wan: Idle


Sunday Sept 29th: FAI Womens Senior Cup Semi Final

Wexford Youths Women         v          Castlebar Celtic          2pm     in Ferrycarrig Park