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Under Fourteen Schoolgirls

Aughrim Rangers made it two wins from two when they made the long journey to Wexford town in the Under Fourteen Premier division and overcame North End United 6-0. Olivia Shannon scored four with Chloe Sheehy and Aine Darcy adding one each to move Aughrim to the top of the table. In Division One, Adamstown and Ballindaggin both recorded victories over Courtown Hibs and Bridge Rovers respectively. Megan Martin and Caoimhe Breen scored two each as Adamstown beat Hibs 5-0 with Caragh McDonald also finding the net. Libby Nolan, Hannah Lawless and Emily Roban all scored for Ballindaggin in their 3-2 win over Bridge Rovers with Aoife Doran and Kaytlin Conroy replying for Rovers. Goals from Leah Byrne, Keelin Barron, Milly Sutton, Abby Jordan, Caoimhe Bolger and Neala Barron saw Shelburne United overcome a young Forth Celtic side in Division Two A while Abbie Doyle scored both goals for Bree United as they beat St Josephs 2-0. Fastnet Rovers and New Ross Celtic played out a five goal thriller in Division Two B with Rovers eventually coming out on top 3-2. Teresa Touchard scored both Celtic goals while Brooke Robinson, Aoife Brennan and Ruth McCabe were on target for Fastnet. Tombrack proved too strong for new side Enniscorthy United with Anna Dragusan scoring six to add to goals from Eabha Guinan, Abbie Kavanagh and Anna Tompkins while Jade Brown scored United’s historic first goal. In Division Three, St Leonards overcame a youthful Kilmore United while Shamrock Rovers recorded a historic victory when overcoming Ferns United 2-1. Ella Wan scored for Ferns with Cassie O Rourke and Saoirse Dwyer on target for Rovers 


Under Eighteen

Courtown proved too strong for a young enthusiastic Arklow town side and ran out 11-1 winners with Alex Lynch and Emma Lynch scoring four each, Leah Gammill scored two while Autumn Kavanagh also got her name on the scoresheet while Zara Murray was on target for Arklow. Moyne moved to the top of the North section with a 4-2 win away to Aughrim courtesy of goals from Katie Bates, Shauna Redmond, Maria O Dowd and Jessica Rafferty while Lucy Kemple scored both goals for Aughrim. In the South section, Forth Celtic overcame Bree United 6-1 thanks to goals from Sarah Carroll, Sarah O Donoghue, Katie Carroll, Aisling O Sullivan, Hollie Audsley and Ruth Hendrick with Ciara Rossiter converting a penalty for Bree. Seaview travelled to Curracloe and won 3-1 courtesy of goals from Jennah Molloy, Ava White Keating and Kate Miles with Lily Stout on target for the home side

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