Sunday, April 30, 2017

Cup Final Day reports

Under Ten Division Two A
Seaview United           0          Kilmore United          0
Kilmore were presented with their Division Two A trophy on Thursday evening after a scoreless but entertaining match against Seaview

Under Twelve Premier Division
Ballindaggin FC          0          Courtown Hibs           5
Courtown Hibs secured the under twelve premier title when they travelled to closest challengers Ballindaggin and came away 5-0 winners. Hannah Redmond scored a hat trick

Under Twelve Division Three
St Cormacs      7          Ballindaggin FC         0
On Tuesday night St Cormacs kept the pressure on leaders Rosslare Rangers with a 7-0 win at home to Ballindaggin second team

Gorey Rangers            1          Campile United         4
Campile made the long journey to Gorey Rangers midweek and came away with all three points courtesy of the 4-1 win.

Ballindaggin                0          St Cormacs      3
St Cormacs made it two wins from two games midweek when they travelled to Ballindaggin on Thursday night and won 3-0

Forth Celtic     5          Gorey Rangers B       1
Sinead Cullen scored four for Forth Celtic on Thursday evening as they overcame Gorey Rangers 5-1. Amelie Roche also found the net for Celtic while Grace Doyle was on target for Rangers

Under Fourteen Premier Division
Kilmore United           0          Curracloe United       6
Curracloe kept their title ambitions alive with a 6-0 win away to Kilmore with Ella Wright scoring a hat trick while Amber Wright, Caoimhe Parker and Nicole Harding Kenny all adding one each

Under Fourteen Division One
St Leonards     1          Forth Celtic    4
Forth Celtic completed their season with a 4-1 win away to St Leonards and now must wait for All Blacks to complete their campaign to see what lies ahead of them. Jennah Molloy scored for the home side while Vikki Breen, Grace Roche, Sarah Carroll and either Leah Cassidy or Megan Murray Byrne were on target for the visitors

Moyne Rangers           6          St Josephs       1
Moyne completed their season with a win at home to St Josephs with Kerrie Burt, Shannon Peare, Faith Walsh, Shanise O Reilly and Shannon Redmond all scoring for Moyne while del Kehoe scored for St Josephs

Under Fourteen Division Two A
Corach Ramblers        1           North End United      6
North End remain well in contention for the league title when they travelled to Corach on Tuesday and ran out 6-1 winners. Grace Donovan was on target for the home side while Katie Law and Chelsey King scored two each for visitors while Caoimhe Lawlor and Tara Murphy added one each

Tombrack United        5          Corach Ramblers        0
Tombrack comfortably sit mid table after this 5-0 win at home to Corach Ramblers. Nadine Fortune and Shauna McGovern scored two each with Abbie Walsh also finding the net

Wexford Youths         1          Seaview United         6
Seaview remain top of the table after they travelled to Wexford Youths and came away with their eight win of the season to move three points clear. Kiera Payne was on target for the home side

North End United       7          Gorey Rangers           4
North End keep the pressure on the league leaders after they overcame Gorey Rangers 7-4 in a highly entertaining encounter. Siun Murphy and Ciara Wilkinson scored two goals each for Rangers for five goals for Katie Law and one each from Chelsea King and Tara Murphy gave the home side all three points

Under Fourteen Division Two B
Aughrim Rangers        2          Adamstown FC          1
These two sides look to be heading for a play off after Aughrim overcame Adamstown 2-1 to lead by three points but Adamstown have a game left. Cora Banville scored for Adamstown but goals from Aoife Connolly and Anna Lawlor gave Rangers a very valuable three points

Arklow Town              6          New Ross Celtic        1
Arklow Town finished third in the division after they collected their sixth win of the season when they overcame a youthful New Ross Celtic 6-1

Under Eighteen Shield Semi Final
Bree United     3          St Leonards    1
Bree overcame St Leonards in the Under Eighteen shield semi final and booked a final meeting Gorey Rangers after this hard earned 3-1 victory. Emer Gabbett was on target for St Leonards but two goals from Ava Dempsey and one from Coley Furlong saw the home side through

Under Eighteen Sevens
Tombrack United        1          St Leonards    0
A second half goal from Amie Dreelan gave Tombrack the three points they needed to force the division into a three way play off. In a very close game, both sides created chances but it was Tombrack who snatched the three points with Amie’s second half goal

Under Ten Cup Final
Wexford Youths         3          Curracloe United       1
This highly entertaining and well attended Under Ten Cup final saw a well organised Wexford Youths side lift the cup for the first time when they overcame premier champions Curracloe United. Two goals from Aoife Doran had Youths 2-0 ahead but some good pressure from Curracloe saw Polly Redmond score to give her side a life line. However, Youths put the game beyond their reach when Layla Stafford fired to the net with five minutes to go and Layla also picked up a well deserved player of the match award

Under Twelve Cup Final
New Ross Town         1          Courtown Hibs           1          aet
(New Ross Town won 3-2 on penalties)
Both these young sides produced a top class game which went all the way to penalties before New Ross Town eventually rounded off an excellent season when keeping their nerve in a penalty shoot out. Sasha Greene had given Hibs the lead after just three minutes and they looked to be well in the control but Town battled back and a second half equaliser from Ella Nolan brought the game to extra time. No further goals saw the game go to penalties where Ella was once again the heroine as she slotted away the winning penalty while New Ross Town’s Emma Rossiter picked up the player of the match award

Under Fourteen Cup Final
All Blacks       1          Ballindaggin FC         3         
Ballindaggin picked up their first Under Fourteen Cup when they overcame Division One side in a very closely contested cup final. Ballindaggin took the lead early in the game with a long range free kick which carried all the way through to the net and All Blacks were back on level terms ten minutes later when they scored an almost identical goal. Lauren Fortune had scored Ballindaggin’s free kick while Emma Carr had scored for All Blacks. Ballindaggin retook the lead midway through the first half when Katie Bates fired home a long range effort and when Laoise Kearney found the net in the second half, the cup was on its way to Ballindaggin. The winners midfielder Orlaith Kehoe collected a well deserved player of the
match award

Ger Dunne Under Sixteen Cup Final
Bunclody AFC            3          Cloughbawn AFC      0

These two top Under Sixteen sides played out an intense cup final which saw Cloughbawn almost go ahead after just two minutes but Anais Curran saw her shot go just wide and three minutes later Bunclody were ahead when Maeve Sinnott slotted past the keeper into the corner of the net. Niamh McHugh had a chance to level things up midway through the half but saw her shot go across the goal and wide. Minutes later they were 2-0 down when Maeve Sinnott turned sharply on the edge of the box and fired to the net, giving the Cloughbawn keeper no chance. Although Cloughbawn kept battling, Bunclody were never going to let the cup slip away and when Zoe Kearney scored just before half time, the game was beyond the reach of the previous season’s winners. Bunclody’s Rachel Murphy was awarded with the player of the match award.

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