Women’s Premier Division
Adamstown 1 Seaview United 3
Seaview moved five points clear at the top of the table and assured themselves of at least runners up spot after this 3-1 win away to Adamstown. One of the five games that went ahead despite the difficult weather conditions but it was Seaview who were the top team on the day with goals from Catherine Doyle, Brid Kehoe and Brid Doyle while Edwina Whelan was on target for Adamstown
Women’s Division Two A
St Josephs 1 Cloughbawn AFC 3
Cloughbawn recorded their eight win of the season when they travelled to St Josephs and won 3-1 and proved they are worthy divisional champions, having clinched the title last week when Camolin beat St Leonards. Aine Roche was on target for the home side while Gina Foley and Jessica Martin with two made up the visitors tally
Nolan Health and Fitness Cup Quarter Finals
Courtown Hibs 3 Wexford Bohs 0
A strong first half performance from Hibs saw them book their place in the semi finals of the cup when they beat a spirited Wexford Bohs sid 3-0. Two goals from Lauren Ramsey and one from Marian Cardiff saw the home side advance in possibly the best playing conditions of the day due to the late kick off
Seaview United B 1 Rosslare Rangers 1 (aet)
(Seaview won 4-2 on penalties)
These two sides had to go all the way to penalties before Seaview eventually booked their place in the last four. In a very closely contested encounter, Clodagh Waters was on target for Seaview while Sinead Walsh scored for Rangers and with no further goals in extra time, the game went to penalties where the home side held their nerve to advance
Division Three Cup Quarter Final
Cushinstown AFC 0 Fastnet Rovers 6
This game was switched to Fastnet as Cushinstown’s pitch was unplayable and it was Rovers who controlled the game and went through to the semi finals. Annie Breen scored twice with Lisa Marie Doyle, Joanne Jordan, Triona Kelly and Geraldine Monaghan all finding the net in this 6-0 win.
FAI Under Eighteen Inter League Southern Group
Cork League 7 Wexford League 2
The scoreline might read 7-2 but the game was much closer than this as the Wexford side put up a spirited battle before eventually bowing out of the competition to a very clinical and well organised Cork side. Wexford drew first blood when a well taken corner from Britney Conroy caused chaos in the area before Linda Bradley tapped the ball across the line into the net. The lead was shortlived as Cork bounced back and were quickly back on level terms and scored twice more before the break to lead 3-1 at half time. The second half saw the Wexford side have to cope with windy conditions as well as the slick passing of the Cork side and four more goals from the home side saw them comfortably book their place in the semi-finals before Natasha Byrne scored a late consolation for the Wexford side.
Despite the heavy defeat, Wexford did enjoy periods of the game where they controlled possession but the home side were very clinical in front of goal but manager Alan Browne and his management team can be proud of the efforts from their squad and can look forward to the coming years with confidence. Well done to all involved.
Squad: Grainne McCabe, Doireann Rossiter, Allanah Anglim, Chloe Mythen, Chloe Moynihan, Natasha Byrne, Lauren Roche, Linda Bradley, Niamh Browne, Britney Conroy, Sandra Murphy, Laura Rice, Meghan Keane, Sarah Siggins, Laura Butler, Sadbh McCarthy