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Schoolgirls League Round-Up

Last Monday Aughrim Rangers made the long journey to Enniscorthy to take on Premier champions Moyne Rangers in the semi final of the Under Eighteen Cup and a strong overall team performance saw the Wicklow girls leave 3-1 winners. Orla Redmond was on target for the home side but a Laci Jane Shannon hat trick saw Aughrim through to the cup final where they will meet North End United

Friday night saw Tombrack United travel to Corach Ramblers knowing that a point would clinch the Under Fourteen Division Two B title and despite going behind to an early goal, they battled back to secure the three points and wrap up the title. Laura McCarthy and Leah Sinnott were on target for Ramblers but goals from Ali Byrne, Eabha Guinan, Ana Dragusin and Ciara Kenny gave Tombrack victory. League committee member was on hand to present the trophy to the victorious and delighted Tombrack girls.

Saturday was a busy day with the Under Eleven’s eventually getting back on the playing field with Bridge Rovers Red and Gorey Rangers securing places in the Premier final after semi final wins over Ballindaggin and New Ross Town respectively. Campile United Blue travelled to Forth Celtic in the Division One semi final and came away 5-3 winners. Moyne Rangers clinched the Division Two A title with a 3-0 win over Ferns United while Bridge Rovers Black made it a good day for the club when they overcame a young Campile United Yellow side 4-2.

North End United wrapped up the Under Twelve Premier title when they overcame All Blacks 2-1 to secure the three points required to move them clear of their rivals. Ava Wallace scored for All Blacks but goals from Mikka Lawlor and Shannon Maguire scored the all important goals for North End. Committee member Mick Bennett presented the victorious side with their league trophy. Ballindaggin rounded off their season with a win when they overcame Gorey Rangers 2-1 thanks to goals from Leah and Emily Roban. Ballindaggin now await the result of the Gorey Rangers v All Blacks to see if they remain in second place

Two goals each from Ava and Lily Stapleton and one from Charlotte Doyle gave Aughrim Rangers a 5-0 win in Rosslare Strand giving them the three points needed to win Under Twelve Division One. Mick Bennett had a busy day and made it from Wexford to Rosslare to present the jubilant Aughrim side with their trophy

A 6-0 home win for Coolboy over New Ross Celtic moved them into second place in Under Fourteen Division Two B and will need just a point to secure that runners up spot. Two goals each from Aimee McDonald and Mollie Gregan and one each from Ella Ford and Jessie Martin gave the home side the three points.

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