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Two goals each from Emily Roban and Roisin Dwyer gave Ballindaggin their second win of the season at Under Twelve level when they overcame Bunclody 4-0. Tombrack made the journey to Aughrim Rangers and raced into a 3-0 lead with two goals from Megan Hayes and one from Mikayla Tobin Cosgrave. Two goals from Emma Kirwan saw Aughrim come back into the game but the visitors held on for their second win of the season. North End secured their place in the Under Twelve Premier Division when overcoming Bridge Rovers 6-1 with Mikka Lawlor and Sophie Kinsella scoring two each with Alex Roche Malone and Molly Thompson also finding the net. Emma McEldowney scored for Rovers. Curracloe will also be playing in the Premier Division as they produced a fine display to overcome Adamstown 5-0.

Shelburne and Cushinstown played on Friday night with Shelburne running out 6-2 winners with Abbey Cowman and Lily O Reilly scoring two each while Caoimhe Bolger and Lauren Phelan also on target. Grace Bolger and Abbey Gafney scored for Cushinstown. Five goals from Aoibhinn Downey set New Ross Town on the way to a 7-0 win over Seaview United with Ciara Nolan and Sarah O Leary also getting their names on the scoresheet. Laura Hore put Rosslare Rangers 1-0 up against Fastnet Rovers but a strong second half performance from Rovers saw them bounce back to win 4-1 with Ella Martin scoring all four.

There will be one more round of grading fixtures on February 8th, followed by the first round of the cup two weeks later and then the league will play out in divisions for the remainder of the season. Any team with back fixtures will be expected to make an effort to get those games played over the coming weeks

In the Under Sixteen Premier Division, Adamstown moved to the top of the table with a 7-4 win over Seaview United. Chloe Doyle scored four for the winners with Karolina Jaglarz adding two and Ellen Duggan rounding off the scoring while two goals from Jennah Molloy and one each from Ava Keating and Erin Foley Saunders made up Seaview’s total. An Emma Cullen hat trick saw Curracloe United record their first win of the season as they overcame All Blacks 3-0. In Under Sixteen Division One / Two, All Blacks second team travelled to Courtown Hibs and came away 1-0 winners courtesy of an Aoibheann Rankin goal while St Josephs and North End United played out a thrilling 1-1 draw. Grainne Ni Allen was on target for North End while Sarah Walsh was on target for St Josephs. Shamrock Rovers have withdrawn from this division and points have been allocated to teams they have not played yet. One more round of fixtures will be played in this format before the division is divided into One and Two

Schoolgirl cups are been drawn this Thursday night and any team who do not wish to participate in their relevant cup should notify their relevant liaison before Wednesday at 6pm. Cups will be played for at Under Eleven, Twelve, Fourteen, Sixteen and Eighteen age groups

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