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Schoolgirl League Round-Up

As the league edges closer and closer towards the conclusion of the 2019-20 season, Moyne Rangers wrapped up the Under Eighteen Premier title on Monday night when they travelled to North End and came away 4-1 winners. This was a winner takes all tie as both sides were deadlocked at the top of the table, but it was Moyne who took control of the game to secure the vital three points. Matilda Meaney scored for the home side but goals from Shauna Redmond, Chloe Murphy, Jessica Rafferty and Amy McDonald gave the Enniscorthy side a well-deserved victory. League Committee member Barry Dempsey was on hand to present the trophy to Moyne captain Shauna Redmond who accepted on behalf of her jubilant teammates.

With only three games remaining in Under Twelve Premier Division, three teams can still claim the title and all three won away from home in this weekend’s fixtures. Friday evening saw All Blacks travel to Curracloe and remain unbeaten with a 3-0 victory over a young home side. On Saturday Gorey Rangers travelled to New Ross Town and goals from Lucy Flanagan, Rebecca Keating and Grace Beesley saw them come away 3-0 winners and with their title ambitions still intact. Leaders North End United stay on top after two Molly Thompson goals and one from Mikka Lawlor saw them overcome Ballindaggin 3-1 with Leah Roban on target for the home side.

Bridge Rovers picked up the Under Twelve Division Two A title when New Ross Celtic withdrew their team, conceding the game. However, this did not upset their celebrations when Barry Dempsey arrived in the Bogside on Saturday morning to hand over the league trophy.

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