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Gaynor Cup Qualifiers Round-Up

The road to the Gaynor Cup tournament in June in Limerick began for the Wexford Schoolgirls League today when they travelled to Kilcullen to take on the Kildare Schoolgirls League at Under Thirteen and Under Fifteen levels. First up were the Fifteens and after a tight opening quarter, Wexford eventually took the lead when Aoibh Thomas scored but the advantage was shortlived when Kildare equalised from a corner three minutes later. However, Wexford then took control of the game with Aoibh grabbing her second before half time with Katie Law also adding two goals for a 4-1 lead. The second half belonged to Wexford as they pressed strongly and scored another six with Katie Law completing her hat trick, Emma Cullen scoring two while Laci Jane Shannon, Ashling Roche and Olivia Morris all adding one each for a comprehensive 10-1 win. A good overall team performance on the day and sets the team up nicely for the teams next game at home to Midland Schoolgirls League next month

Next up were the under Thirteen side, also playing the Kildare league and they got off to a good start when Aoife McEldowney gave them a well deserved lead and when Polly Redmond put them 2-0 up just before half time, it seemed they were well in control. Unfortunately, Wexford did not show the same clinical finishing in front of goal in the second half and allowed Kildare back into the game where two defensive errors allowed the home side in for two goals. While it was disappointing to let go a two goal lead, this is still a point away from home and a win in the next game at home to Midland Schoolgirls League would get their qualifying campaign back on track

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