Monday, May 26, 2014

Fixtures and Results 25-05-2014

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 25-05-2014

 By Peter Doyle

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup Final

Curracloe United        1          Bree United     0

First division side Bree United put in a brave and spirited performance in this Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup final but at the end were unable to prevent Curracloe United from lifting their fourth cup in five years. Bree started well in the game and were unlucky not to take the lead in the opening minutes but after surviving that opening scare, Curracloe settled into the game and began to take control. However, the Bree defence worked hard at keeping them at bay but a speculative shot from Siobhan Doolan broke the deadlock midway through the first half to give Curracloe the lead. Bree came in search of an equaliser but were unable to break down the Seasiders defence with player of the match Niamh Bennett in particular, keeping them at bay. While Curracloe went into this game as hot favourites, they had to work very hard to get across the line and Bree can be very proud of their efforts and will probably even feel a little unfortunate that they did not at least get to extra time. However, any team that can win one of the league’s most competitive cups four years from five must be commended and they now head into their final league game against Killenagh knowing a draw will secure the league and cup double. The league would like to thank Bridge Rovers for the use of their pitch for this cup final Wexford Womens Cup Final

Ferns United    1          Adamstown     0

A closely fought final saw Ferns United complete the league and cup double when they overcame Adamstown by a solitary goal to lift the cup for the fifth time in seven years. Of those five cup victories, few will have been as tough as this one as Adamstown, who have enjoyed a good season, battled hard to keep the high flying Ferns girls at bay. The unbeaten premier champions enjoyed the earlier possession in the game but found the Adamstown defence difficult to break down. Adamstown were always looking dangerous on the break but did not produce enough to trouble the Ferns keeper and then on thirty two minutes, the breakthrough came when Leona Breen was taken down in the area and Ferns were awarded a penalty. Admastown keeper Leanne Murphy was unlucky not to stop Hayley Nolan’s spot kick but it found its way to the net to give Ferns the lead.

Adamstown came more into the game in the second half with Chantelle Martin going close with free kicks on two occasions while Leona Breen and Liz Everedd had efforts going close for Ferns. Despite Adamstown’s best efforts they could not grab that elusive equaliser and Ferns held on to lift the Cup with Hayley Nolan picking up the player of the match award. The league would like to thank Moyne Rangers for the use of their pitch which was in excellent condition for this cup final


Womens Premier Division

Benfica            0          Tramore          2

Goals from Niamh Walsh and Orla Hickey saw Tramore take all three points in the Waterford derby and create a three way play off for runners up spot in the Premier Division. Both these sides and Adamstown will now battle it out for the silver medals as all teams finish on twenty four points each


Schoolgirls Round Up

An Amy Shannon goal saw Moyne Rangers overcome a spirited Tombrack United to lift the under ten division one title on Tuesday evening. There was very little between the sides but it was Amy’s early goal that saw Rangers take the spoils. Adamstown and St Cormacs went to extra time before Adamstown ran out 4-1 winners to lift the under ten division two B title. Sophie Kirwan scored for the Boolavogue girls but two goals from Karlina Jaglarz and one each from Ailing O Dowd and Ella Furlong gave Adamstown the title.

At under sixteen level, Cloughbawn wrapped up runners up spot in division one when overcoming New Ross Town 9-3 on Tuesday while Curracloe moved to within a point of the premier title when travelling to Kilmore on Friday and coming away 9-0 winners


Fixtures: Wednesday May 28th: Under Fourteen Premier Play Off

Cloughbawn v Kilmore United (in New Ross Town AFC) 7pm


Sunday June 1st: Womens Premier Runners Up Semi Final

Sunday June 8th: Womens Premier Runners Up Final

(Draw for these games will be made on Wednesday)

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Fixtures and Results 18-05-2014

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 18-05-2014

By Peter Doyle


Schoolgirls League

Campile United lifted the under twelve premier division on Wednesday evening when they overcame Ballindaggin on penalties after a 1-1 draw in Newbawn. Lydia McGrath gave Campile a first half lead and they looked like they were going to hang on for the win in normal time but a Faye Larkin free kick in the final minute got Ballindaggin back on level terms and brought the game to extra time. No further goals saw the game go to penalties where Campile kept their nerve to win 2-1. On the same evening Kilmore United ensured their safety in the division when overcoming Curracloe United 2-0 thanks to a goal in each half from Sophie Boxwell

On Friday evening, Kilmore United under fourteens joined Cloughbawn at the top of the premier division when overcoming Ballindaggin 5-0. Rachel Bennett and Ann Marie Bennett scored two each with Emily Bates also finding the net ensuring the league now goes to a play off to decide a champion

Tombrack United under tens booked their place in the division one final when overcoming All Blacks on penalties after an end to end exciting scoreless draw. They will meet Moyne Rangers in the final as they overcame Seaview United 2-1 on Saturday with Amy Shannon and Megan O Connor on target for Rangers and Ciaradh Connolly scoring for Seaview. Cloughbawn lifted the division two A under ten title when proving too strong for a young Bridge Rovers side and running out 6-1 winners. Chloe O Neill and Mary Kaylan scored two each with Abbi Murray and Elizabeth Dempsey all scoring for Cloughbawn. After a very long and close season, Corach Ramblers and St Josephs went to a play off to decide the under twelve division two B title with the Kilmuckridge girls running out 1-0 winners


Womens Premier Division

Ferns United   4          Benfica FC      1

The home side completed their season with a one hundred per cent record when overcoming Benfica 4-1 on Sunday morning. Stephanie Hallahan was on target for the visitors while Liz Everedd, Mary O Neill, Aoife McClean and Georgina Moore all scored for the champions as they wrapped up their fourteenth win of the season


Womens Premier Division Relegation Play Off

Seaview United          5          Cloughbawn    2

Cloughbawn got the ideal start in this relegation play off when two goals from Siobhan Grant Moorehead saw them race into an early lead. Seaview soon got back into the game and ensured their premier status for next season with goals from Eimear Mullan (3), Kellie Mullan and Leanne Foley


Fixtures: Monday May 19th: Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup Final

Bree United v Curracloe United         7pm     in Bridge Rovers


Tuesday May 20th: Under Ten Division One League Final

Tombrack United v Moyne Rangers   7pm     in Tombrack


Under Ten Division Two A League Final

Adamstown v St Cormacs      7pm     in Moyne Rangers


Under Sixteen Division One

New Ross Town v Cloughbawn         6-45pm


Saturday May 24th:Under Twelve Division Three

New Ross Town B v Rosslare Rangers


Under Sixteen Premier Division

Kilmore United v Curracloe United


Under Sixteen Division One

New Ross Town v Moyne Rangers


Sunday May 25th: Wexford Womens Cup Final

Adamstown v Ferns United   2-30pm            in Moyne Rangers


Womens Premier Division

Benfica FC v Tramore FC

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Results and Fixtures 11-05-2014

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 11-05-2014

By Peter Doyle


Under Ten Division One Quarter Final

Tombrack United made the long journey to St Leonards on Monday evening and after a thrilling and exciting scoreless draw which went to extra time and then penalties where Tombrack held their nerve to qualify for the semi final


Under Ten Division Two A Quarter Final and Semi Final

Cloughbawn travelled to Rosslare Rangers on Monday evening and progressed to the semi final overcoming the home side 7-3. Bobbi Culleton (2) and Zoe Butler were on target for Rangers but goals from Chloe O Neill (4) and Mary Kaylan (3) saw Cloughbawn through to the last four. On Friday Cloughbawn travelled to Gorey Rangers and after an outstanding and exciting game which ended 2-2 after extra time with the visitors progressing 3-2 on penalties. Leara Kinsella and Fina Lynch were on target for Rangers with Mary Kaylan and Chloe O Neill scoring for Cloughbawn.


Under Ten Division Two B Semi Finals

St Cormacs progressed to the final of division two B league when overcoming Wexford Youths 3-2 on Tuesday with Sophie Kirwan scoring a hat trick for the Boolavogue girls. Adamstown will meet them in that final after they overcame Corach Ramblers 5-2 on Thursday with Ciara Cummins and Rachel Gaynor on target for Ramblers while Ellen Duggan (3), Leah Furlong and Karlina Jaglarz scoring for the home side.


Under Twelve Division One

Courtown Hibs wrapped up the league title on Wednesday evening when overcoming Bunclody 5-0. Goals from Ella Maree (2), Lara Walsh (2) and Gina Burke gave them the points they needed to wrap up the title and the trophy was presented to the winning squad after the game by league committee member Tom “Flash” Dunne. St Leonards had already finished second when travelling to Wexford Celtic on Saturday and collecting all three points after a dramatic 4-3 win.


Under Twelve Division Two A

The top two teams in the division completed their season on Saturday with champions New Ross Town completing their season with a perfect ten wins out of ten games as they overcame runners up Wexford Youths 3-1. The Youths led 1-0 at the break through Nadine Fortune but an Amy Lawlor hat trick saw Town take all three points.


Under Twelve Division Two B

Tombrack United and Adamstown completed their season on Tuesday when they played out a 1-1 draw. Karlina Jarglaz was on target for Adamstown with Mia Kelly scoring for the home side


Under Twelve Division Three

New Ross Town travelled to St Josephs on Thursday evening and collected all three points as they overcame the home side 3-1. On Saturday St Leonards second team overcame Rosslare Rangers 3-1 with Lauren Roche scoring a hat trick while Zoe Butler scored for Rangers


Under Sixteen Division Two

Monday evening All Blacks played their final game of the season and moved top of the division when travelling to Wexford Celtic and coming away 3-1 winners. Cora O Donnell scored for Celtic with Laura Carr, Abbie Jones and Caoimhe Mckeon all on target for All Blacks. However on Friday evening, Bridge Rovers overcame Tombrack United 5-0 to leapfrog All Blacks and wrap up the league title with Chloe Mythen, Kelley Scanlon, Holly Johnson, Deirdre Byrne and Tara Smyth all on target for Rovers. League treasurer Ashling Kavanagh was on hand to present the victorious side with their league trophy


Under Ten Cup Final

Taghmon United lifted the under ten cup for the first time when they overcame premier side Ballindaggin 2-0 in a closely contested final played in front of an enthusiastic and encouraging crowd. Cora Banville gave Taghmon a first half lead and although Ballindaggin pressed for an equaliser, they found it difficult to break down the hard working defence and when Cora scored her second goal five minutes from the end, there was no way back. Cora Banville crowned off the day when she was awarded player of the match with league chairman Daire Doyle presenting the winning side with their cup


Noel Kehoe Pitch Development Under Twelve Cup Final

Ballindaggin were the first winners of the day when they lifted the Noel Kehoe Pitch Development Cup after a close game against a very unlucky Cloughbawn side. The Clonroche girls could have taken the lead early in the game but just saw their shot nick the post and go wide. Ballindaggin broke the deadlock five minutes from the end of the first half when Niamh Mchugh brought a good save from Catlyn Mernagh but reacted well to knock in the rebound. Although both sides went in search of further goals, defences held firm and Ballindaggin held on to lift the cup and potentially the first half of a cup and league double. Ballindaggin midfielder Orlagh Kehoe was awarded player of the match as league committee member Aine Murphy presented the winning side with their cup and medals


Under Fourteen Cup Final

Premier title challengers Kilmore United eventually broke down a stubborn Gorey Rangers side who put up a spirited performance playing in their first ever schoolgirl final. Although Kilmore enjoyed more possession in the first half, they found Rangers hard to break down until just before half time. Once they got in front, there was no way back for Rangers despite their best efforts and the game was delayed with fifteen minutes remaining when Gorey player Simone Kavanagh picked up a nasty injury and had to be removed to hospital. Her team mates showed great character to complete the game with the unbeaten Kilmore side running out 4-0 winners with Ann Marie Bennett (2), Sophie Boxwell and Emily Bates all on target with Emily also picking up the player of the match award. League committee member Elayne Grant presented the winning side with their trophy and everyone involved in the game wishes Simone Kavanagh a speedy recovery from her injury.


Under Eighteen Cup Final

Two goals in each half saw Curracloe United secure the under eighteen cup as they overcame Seaview United 4-0 scoring an early goal to take control. Seaview battled bravely until Curracloe scored their second goal just before half time and after that there was only going to be one winner. Seaview continued to make life difficult for the leaders and Curracloe had to work hard to kill off the game which they duly did with two second half goals. Amy Banville and player of the match Siobhan Doolan scored the first half goals while Dearbhla Doyle and Rianna Cullen found the net in the second half. League treasurer Ashling Kavanagh presented the winning captain Noleen Shanahan with the trophy to round off the season for the league runners up


Michelle Coleman Shield Final

St Josephs became the first winners of the Michelle Coleman Shield when they overcame Corach Ramblers after a very tight final in Bunclody on Sunday. Both sides produced some good chances but it was the Kilmuckridge girls who were victorious on the day with Emer O Leary scoring the only goal of the game.


Gaynor Cup Final

The revised Gaynor Cup went all the way to extra time on Sunday before Fastnet Rovers eventually overcame Moyne Rangers 2-1 after extra time. This is one of the oldest competitions in the league but was dropped for a number of years and was brought back this season for the bottom four teams in the league. Fastnet and Moyne produced a thriller of a game before Rovers eventually came out on top thanks to goals from Rebecca O Connor and Shirley O Neill with Louise O Brien on target for Moyne


Boland Carpets Shield Final

A solitary Lisa Marie Doyle goal saw Taghmon United lift the first ever Boland Carpets Shield when overcoming Bunclody AFC 1-0 on Sunday. In a very tight game both sets of defences were in control and kept chances to a minimum until Lisa Marie eventually broke the deadlock.


Michelle Coleman Cup Final

Division One champions Killenagh Wanderers retained the Michelle Coleman Cup when proving too strong for promoted New Ross Town in Bunclody on Sunday. The very experienced Killenagh side took control early in the game and never allowed the youthful enthusiastic New Ross side to get a grip on the game. Two goals each from Teresa Redmond and Leanne Naughter saw them run out 4-0 winners and if they can carry this form into next season, they could create an impact in the premier division. New Ross Town can be proud of their season where they were promoted for the third season in a row as well as reaching their third cup final on the trot


Nolan Health and Fitness Cup Final

Rosslare Strand caused a minor upset in the Nolan Health and Fitness Final when overcoming division champions Bree United 1-0. In a final where chances were at a minimum, Bree did create several chances but failed to convert and found a hard working Strand side difficult to break down. Sarah Walsh became the heroine for the Strand side as she found the net to give her side victory and their first silverware since joining the league.


Boland Carpets Cup Final

The top two sides in division 2A met in this final with the unbeaten Castledockrell United going in as hot favourites against divisional runners up Shilelagh United and they looked to be living up to that tag when Ellen Kelly gave them the lead. However Shilelagh showed great character and got back on level terms through Amy Bermingham  and a late Fiona Byrne goal gave the Wicklow side victory.


Leinster Womens Shield Final

Wexford league side Benfica FC lifted the Leinster Womens Shield on Sunday when trouncing Malahide United 7-0 in Bunclody. The Waterford girls were always in control and showed that they are returning to full strength as they never allowed their high profile opponents in to the game. Goals from Becky Conroy (3), Carol Breen (2), Sharon Brown and Brianne O Connor saw Benfica run out comfortable winners


Womens Premier Division

Adamstown completed their season on Sunday morning with a 4-0 win over North End United and kept alive their chances of finishing runners up. Goals from Aisling Whelan, Nikki Dunphy, Katie White and Ann Marie Dunphy saw the home side control the second half after a scoreless first half.


Womens Division One

Glen Celtic did enough to ensure survival in division one after overcoming Cloughbawn second team 2-1, a result that sees the Clonroche side relegated. Emma O Neill and Jenna Sludds were on target for Celtic to give them a vital three points.


Fixtures: Monday May 12th: Under Ten Division Two A Semi Final

Bridge Rovers v New Ross Town      6-30


Tuesday May 13th: Under Twelve Division Three

Rosslare Rangers v Camolin Celtic     7.0


Wednesday May 14th: Under Twelve Premier Division Play Off

Ballindaggin v Campile United          7.0       (in Newbawn)


Under Twelve Premier Division

Kilmore United v Curracloe United


Friday May 16th: Under Fourteen Premier Division

Ballindaggin v Kilmore United          7.0


Saturday May 17th: Under Ten Division Two B Final

Adamstown v St Cormacs      (venue tbc)


Under Twelve Division Two B Play Off

Corach Ramblers v St Josephs            (venue tbc)


Under Twelve Division Three

St Leonards B v St Josephs B


Sunday May 18th: Womens Premier Division

Ferns United v Benfica           11.0


Womens Premier Division Relegation Play Off

Cloughbawn v Seaview United          11.0     (in Bridge Rovers FC)

Monday, May 5, 2014

Results and Fixtures 05-05-2014

Wexford and District Womens and Schoolgirls League 04-05-2014


Under Ten Premier Division

Curracloe travelled to Ballindaggin on Wednesday evening and a scoreless draw was enough to give them the under ten premier title for the fourth time in five year. Despite no goals, the game provided plenty of excitement with the home side going close on a couple of occasions but Curracloe did enough to wrap up the title on the day. They were presented with their trophy on Saturday by Tom “Flash” Dunne when they hosted Kilmore United and although they lost 2-0, the defeat did nothing to ruin the celebrations. Kilmore finished third with their two goals being scored by Melissa Smith.


Under Ten Division One Quarter Final

Cup finalists Taghmon United bowed out of the league play offs when they travelled to Seaview and were beaten 3-1. Ciaradh Connolly scored all three goals for the home side while Cora Banville was on target for Taghmon


Under Ten Division Two B Quarter Final

Corach Ramblers made the long journey to Killenagh and came 2-1 winners thanks to two goals from Abbey Murphy while Holly Moran scored for the home side. Corach will now meet Adamstown in the semi final of the league


Under Ten South West

Monday evening saw New Ross Town and Adamstown play out a 1-1 draw in their final regional game with Ella Lyng on target for Town while Ella Furlong scored for Adamstown.


Under Twelve Premier Division

Campile missed out on their chance to wrap up the premier title when they lost 1-0 at home to relegated Curracloe United. Despite creating several chances, they could not find the net and the visitors did enough to take all three points as they recorded their first win of the season


Under Twelve Division One

Courtown Hibs are within touching distance of the title after they travelled to Seaview and came away 6-0 winners and now only need another victory to wrap up the title. Lara Walsh (3), Gina Burke (2) and Ella Maree were all on target for an impressive Hibs side


Under Twelve Division Two A

New Ross Town were declared champions on Wednesday evening when a solitary goal scored by Claire Doyle gave them all three points in a 1-0 win over Shelburne. League Training Centre coach Mick Bennett was on hand to present the winning side with their league trophy.


Under Twelve Division Two B

Corach Ramblers and St Josephs will play off for the league title after Ramblers eventually got the three points they needed in a difficult match away to Tombrack. They eventually came away 2-1 winners with Niamh Miller scoring both Ramblers goals while Mia Kelly was on target for the home side


Under Twelve Division Three

A busy week in this division saw Camolin overcome St Josephs 3-1 on Monday with Ella Donahue scoring for St Josephs while Aine Byrne (2) and Emma Carton gave Camolin the three points. Shelburne second team travelled to Camolin on Wednesday evening and a 3-0 win was enough to see the visitors clinch second place in the league behind All Blacks. Gemma Martin (2) and Cora McGrath were on target for Shelburne. The top two teams met on Thursday night and All Blacks came out winners as they overcame the Ballywilliam side 3-2. Katie Murphy scored both Shelburne goals while Sarah Hendrick (2) and Emma Carr were on target for the league champions who were presented with their trophy by League committee member Tom “Flash” Dunne after the match.


Under Fourteen Premier Division

Kilmore United and Cloughbawn are both on track to meet in a play off after both recorded wins on Saturday against Curracloe and Moyne respectively. Kilmore won 5-0 with Ann Marie Bennett (2), Rachel Bennett, Emily Bates and Sophie Boxwell were all on target for the winners while Cloughbawn were 3-1 winners over Moyne Rangers.


Under Fourteen Division One

Bunclody made it a successful five days when they wrapped up the under fourteen division one title in St Leonards on Saturday. In a seven goal thriller, Bunclody took control of the game early and eventually ran out 4-3 winners with Britney Conroy scoring all four for the visitors. Fiona Ryan scored a hat trick for the home side who showed they are a team for the future. League Vice Chairman Barry Dempsey was on target to present the winning squad with their league trophy.


Under Sixteen Division One

Bunclody had already clinched the league title before they travelled to Bree on Tuesday evening and were presented with their trophy by League secretary Martin Cahill. The game itself ended 1-1 which kept Bree in the hunt for runners up spot with Aideen Byrne on target for the home side while the visitors goal was also scored by the home team when a defender deflected the ball into her own net.


Under Sixteen Division Two

Bridge Rovers have moved to the top of the table after they made the long journey to Arklow Town and came away 3-0 winners. Chloe Mythen (2) and Holly Johnson were on target for Rovers who now just need to win their last game to lift the title. Tombrack kept their promotion hopes alive when travelling to Campile and coming away 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Ciara Bolger, Mairead O Rourke and Denise Bolger. Chloe Banville was on target for the home side.


Under Eighteen League

Killenagh wrapped up the under eighteen league title on Tuesday evening when travelling to Kilmuckridge and overcoming St Josephs 4-2. The visitors just needed a point to clinch the title and raced into a 4-0 lead thanks to goals from Sinead Gaynor (2), Aoife McCrea and Megan Cahill before Chloe Breen Kavanagh pulled two goals back for the home side. League chairman Daire Doyle was on hand to present the trophy to the winning squad who became the eighth different club to win the trophy in its eighth season being played for.


Womens Premier Division

Ferns received an easy three points on Friday evening when Tramore were unable to field a team to fufil their fixture and have jeopardised their chances of finishing runners up. A 2-0 win for Benfica away to North End has seen the Waterford side move into that second place and one more point will see them clinch the silver medal spot. Beserta Ajeti scored both goals for Benfica in the first half. Seaview United and Cloughbawn will have to play off in a bid to avoid relegation after Seaview were beaten 3-1 by Adamstown on Sunday evening in Fethard. Maebh Kehoe was on target for the home side but goals from Aisling Whelan (2) and Edwina Whelan kept the visitors chances of grabbing second place alive.


Womens Division One

League champions Killenagh travelled to Kilmore United and won 4-2 which deprives the home side of second place. Katrina Parrock scored both goals for Kilmore while Clare Halvey, Theresa Redmond and Roisin O Connor (2) were all on target for the visitors. A good start to the season and a good finish saw New Ross Town leapfrog Kilmore into second place and gain promotion to the premier division as they proved too strong for Cloughbawn second team and ran out 8-0 winners. Sinead Ryan (6), Ann Carroll and Janet Brown were all on target for a dominant home side


Womens Division Two B

Moyne Rangers beat Cushinstown 3-2 on Sunday in the final game in the division to finish fourth with goals from Ciara Tobin, Megan O Shea and Aideen Byrne while Hazel Murphy scored both goals for Cushinstown


Fixtures: Monday May 5th: Under Ten Division One Quarter Final

St Leonards v Tombrack United          7pm


Under Ten Division Two A Quarter Final

Rosslare Rangers v Cloughbawn        12pm


Under Sixteen Division Two

Wexford Celtic v All Blacks     11am


Tuesday May 6th: Under Ten Division Two B Semi Final

St Cormacs v Wexford Youths            6pm


Under Twelve Division Two B

Tombrack United v Adamstown         6-45pm


Wednesday May 7th: Under Twelve Division One

Courtown Hibs v Bunclody AFC


Saturday May 10th: Under Ten Cup Final

Ballindaggin v Taghmon United         2-30pm

Noel Kehoe Pitch Development Under Twelve Cup Final

Ballindaggin v Cloughbawn AFC         12pm

Under Fourteen Cup Final

Gorey Rangers v Kilmore United        2pm

Under Eighteen Cup Final

Curracloe United v Seaview United    1pm

(all finals in Bunclody AFC)


Under Ten Division Two A Semi Final

Bridge Rovers v New Ross Town


Under Twelve Division One

Courtown Hibs v Seaview United

Wexford Celtic v St Leonards


Under Twelve Division Two A

Wexford Youths v New Ross Town


Under Twelve Division Three

St Leonards B v Rosslare Rangers

St Josephs B v New Ross Town B


Sunday May 11th: Gaynor Cup Final

Moyne Rangers v Fastnet Rovers       11-30am


Michelle Coleman Shield Final

St Josephs v Corach Ramblers                        11-30am


Bolands Carpet Shield Final

Bunclody AFC v Taghmon United       12pm


Michelle Coleman Cup Final

Killenagh Wan v New Ross Town        12pm


Nolan Health and Fitness Cup Final

Bree United v Rosslare Strand            2pm


Boland Carpets Cup Final

Castledockrell United v Shilelagh United       2pm


Leinster Womens Shield Final

Benfica FC v Malahide United                        2pm


Womens Premier Division

Adamstown v North End United         10-30am


Womens Division One

Cloughbawn B v Glen Celtic   11am