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Under Twelve Schoolgirls

Despite the heavy rainfall, over half of the games scheduled In the Under Twelve Schoolgirls league went ahead as fixed producing lots of goals and plenty of excitement. In Group A, Gorey Rangers made it two wins from two games when they overcame Bunclody 6-0 with Lucy Flanagan scoring a hat trick while Rebekah Keating, Caoilfhionn O Brien and Roisin Redmond all added a goal each. Rachel Mooney and Erin Donlon scored for a young Coolboy Rangers but six goals from Megan Hayes, three from Makayla Tobin Cosgrave and two from Celine Kirwan gave Tombrack United a comfortable victory. In Group B, Curracloe United proved much too strong for an understrength Bree United who battled bravely to the end. Aoibhionn Downey scored all four goals as New Ross Town travelled to Shelburne and won 4-0 while in the other game in Group C, St Leonards overcame New Ross Celtic 2-0 with goals from Courtney Whelan and Eva Kent. In Group D, All Blacks travelled to Rosslare Strand and won 8-3 while Caoimhe O Leary scored the only goal as Rosslare Rangers Navy overcame Rosslare Rangers Yellow by a solitary goal


Under Sixteen Schoolgirls

Curracloe and Bunclody played out an exciting Under Sixteen Premier game today with Bunclody eventually coming away with the three points courtesy of a 4-2 win. Amy Shannon was a thorn in the Curracloe side from the start as her corner was deflected to the net after just five minutes and her through ball saw Sarah Kenny score just before half time to make in 2-1. Amy then scored a free kick early in the second half and completed her hat trick with fifteen minutes with a well taken goal. The home side battled hard throughout the game and Bunclody keeper Alena Moore was forced into making a few vital saves. In Division One, North End United travelled to Bree United and took all three points in a 5-2 win. Holly Dunne Maher and Megan Broaders were on target for the home side but two goals each from Leah O Rourke and Layla Fenlon and one from Aoife Houghton gave the visitors victory

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