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Schoolgirls League Round-Up

Shelburne lifted the Under Fourteen Division Two A trophy last Monday after they overcame Bree 2-1 in the divisional play-off. A well taken Caitlin Gaffney gave Shelburne the lead after ten minutes and just before half time Abbie Jordan scored to put them 2-0 ahead. Bree were much better in the second half and set up a grandstand finish when Geraldine Buckley got on the end of an Abbie Doyle pass to shoot the ball to the net but as hard as they battled for the equaliser, Shelburne defended strongly and held on to lift the title. League Secretary Martin Cahill was on hand to present the trophy to the victorious captain.

Bunclody travelled to Aughrim knowing a win would crown them Under Twelve Division One champions but the home side still had title ambitions of their own and were in no mood to give those up. Goals from Ava Stapleton, Charlotte Doyle and Bea Clancy saw Aughrim run out 3-0 winners and now need a win away to Rosslare Strand to lift the title themselves. On Tuesday night Adamstown were presented with the Under Sixteen Premier title by Barry Dempsey. They had already clinched the title but rounded off the season with a comfortable 5-2 win over All Blacks. Thursday evening saw Cushinstown make the short journey to New Ross Celtic where goals from Julie Carroll Morrissey and Peig Waters saw them win 2-0 in Under Fourteen Division Two B. Friday evening saw Tombrack overcome Coolboy 2-1 in the same division to move within a point of securing the title. In a thrilling end to end match, Tombrack took the lead through Ana Dragusan but a goal from Rachel Tighe early in the second half had the Wicklow girls back on level terms. Both sides created chances in the second half with Coolboy hitting the post and Tombrack struck the crossbar before Megan Hayes scored the winner for the home side two minutes from the time.

North End made the long journey to Arklow on Saturday to take on the home side in the semi final of the Under Eighteen Cup and after a very long day returned to Wexford after booking a place in the final. Goals from Leah O Rourke and Emer O Connor were enough to see North End through in a game that was delayed by over an hour after an injury to Arklow keeper Imijila Jaccinte who had to be removed by ambulance to hospital with a head injury. Everyone from the league wish her a speedy recovery

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