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Under Fourteen Premier saw All Blacks host Curracloe United and both sides produced one of the best games of the season so far. Curracloe led 2-0 at half time thanks to long range efforts from Zara Corrigan and Polly Redmond. The home side did not give up and pulled one back when a long range shot from Tara Cullen found the net but try as they might, All Blacks were unable to find the equaliser and Curracloe held on for the 2-1 win. In Division One, Bridge Rovers moved three points clear at the top after a 4-0 win over Adamstown with goals from Aoife Doran, Kaytlin Conroy, Sofia Kotun and Aoife McEldowney. Bunclody kept in touch with the leaders as they overcame Gorey Rangers on a similar scoreline with goals from India Mernagh, Lauren Jordan and two from Jenna Conroy. In Division Two A, Shelburne had to come from behind three times and joined Bree at the top of the table when they won 5-3 in the meeting of the top two sides. It was the final ten minutes before Shelburne eventually took control of the game with two goals each from Keelin Barron and Neala Barron with Caoimhe Bolger also finding the net. Casey Cullen scored two for Bree with Emily Goucher also getting her name on the scoresheet. New Ross Town second team travelled to Rosslare Rangers and recorded their first win of the season with a 7-0 win. Tombrack moved clear at the top of Division Two B when goals from Ana Dragusan, Anna Tompkins, Emer Roche, Ali Byrne, Eabha Guinan and Megan Hayes saw them prove too strong for a young hard working Fastnet Rovers side. Corach Ramblers moved up the table with a 3-0 win over Cushinstown thanks to two goals from Sarah Bennett and one from Laura McCarthy. Enniscorthy United collected their first win at this age group when they travelled to New Ross Celtic and came away 4-1 winners with goals from Jade Browne and Aimee Collins Turner and two from Anna Cavanagh. Curracloe second string moved three points clear at the top of Division Three after a 7-1 win away to Kilmore United. Angel Doyle scored a hat trick for the winners with Emer Brennan, Ciara Whelan, Mia Denton and Naomi Denton also on target while Millie Bates scored for the home side. Ferns and All Blacks both earned their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with Katie Murphy and Bethany Redding on target for Ferns while Ava Newport and Jess Cloney scoring for All Blacks

Aughrim and Moyne have both qualified for the Premier section of the Under Eighteen league after Aughrim travelled to Courtown in the final group game and came away 4-2 winners. Zoe Katus scored twice for Aughrim with Leah Geraghty and Abigail Whitby also on target while Alex Lynch and Leah Gammell scored for Hibs. A goal from Aisling Ryan was the difference between St Leonards and Seaview as her strike saw the Ballycullane girls collect their second win of the season to move second in the table behind Seaview.

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