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The big match in the Under Fourteen Premier Division saw New Ross Town overcome Curracloe United 2-0 to move back into contention for the title. In a game between two very competitive sides, Ciara Nolan scored midway through the first half to give Town the lead and Aoife Kielthy wrapped up the three points with a goal a minute from time. All Blacks made the long journey to Aughrim Rangers and came away with their first three points after a 4-0 win in a game that was much closer than the scoreline suggests. Two goals from Aoibheann Rankin and one each from Ciara Murphy and Sinead Cullen secured victory for the visitors.

In Division One, Bridge Rovers travelled to Courtown and overcame the home side 8-0 with goals from Aoife Doran (3), Kaytlin Conroy (2), Sofiat Kotun (2) and Courtney Goucher. An Emily Roban goal gave Ballindaggin victory as they travelled to Gorey Rangers and came away 1-0 winners while Adamstown made it two wins from two wins as they overcame Bunclody 4-1. Sarah Roche was on target for Bunclody but two goals for Ella Fitzpatrick and one each from Megan Martin and Eilis Roche gave the home side the win

Division Two A saw Bree move top of the table when they travelled to New Ross Town and came away 2-1 winners. Aoife O Leary was on target for Town but two goals from Abbie Doyle saw Bree come away well deserved winners. St Josephs also kept in touch with the leaders as they overcame Forth Celtic 6-1 in Kilmuckridge. Lauren Gregg was on target for Forth but two goals from Sasha O Danza and one each from Milly Lotz, Natalie Stepien, Ebony Harris Burke and Roisin O Meara gave the home side victory

Division Two B saw Coolboy Rangers and Tombrack United both record their third wins of the season to sit joint top of the table. Two goals from Aimee McDonald saw Coolboy overcome Fastnet 2-0 while goals from Ana Dragusan (4), Anna Tomkins (2), Megan Hayes (2) and Ciara Kenny saw Tombrack overcome New Ross Celtic 9-0. An Ava Bennett hat trick saw Corach travel to Enniscorthy United and win 3-1 with Leah Shannon on target for the home side.

Curracloe United second team are top of Division Three after a comfortable win over new team Shamrock Rovers. Cassie O Rourke scored for Rovers but goals from Naomi Breen Denton (3), Niamh White (3), Molly O Brien, Elana Doherty and an own goal saw Curracloe make it three wins from three games. St Leonards sit just three points behind them as they overcame a young Ferns side 2-0 thanks to two Ciara Whelan goals while Kilmore United picked up their first three points of the season as they overcame near neighbours All Blacks 4-1. Ava Newport was on target for All Blacks but two goals each from Millie Bates and Tori Kneen gave Kilmore victory

In Under Eighteen North, Moyne Rangers and Arklow Town played out a thrilling 4-4 draw where both sides had to come from behind. Arklow led 2-0 but Moyne came back to lead 4-2 before Arklow scored two more to bring the sides level. Liadan Kavanagh (3) and Holly Jenkinson were on target for Arklow while Katie Bates (2), Mira Dowd and Katie Sherlock on target for Moyne with Shauna Redmond producing a player of the match performance as goal provider. In the South Section, Seaview made it three wins from three as they overcame Bree 4-0 with goals from Jamie Walsh (2), Eadaoin Kent and Erin Foley Saunders. North End picked up their first points of the season as they overcame Curracloe United 2-1 in a tough competitive encounter with Nicola Gillen on target for Curracloe while Matilda Meeney’s two goals gave North End victory

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