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Ferns and Corach win Shield titles

Ferns United retained their Premier One Shield title when they overcame Adamstown 3-0 to win this particular competition for the fourth year in a row. It was the ability to score goals was the difference between the sides as Adamstown defended strongly but could not contain the firepower of the current Premier leaders. Goals from Leona Breen, Liz Everedd and Mary O Neill saw Ferns run out comfortable winners in the end

New Ross Town and Corach Ramblers served up a thriller in the Divisional Shield final in St Leonards with the latter eventually running out winners courtesy of a Niamh Miller goal. Ross enjoyed the better possession in this game but failed to take their chances while Niamh kept a calm head when she got through on goal and took her chance. Valerie Redmond became the heroine for Ramblers when she saved a penalty with five minutes to go and Corach secured the first part of a potential treble

 

Women’s League

Shauna Murphy was on target for Cloughbawn but it was not enough as two goals from Libby Sutton and one from Kellie Mullan gave Seaview the three points that just about keeps alive their chances of catching the leaders. In Division One, a Niamh O Leary goald gave Camolin a 1-0 win over St Josephs and puts them in a strong position for second place in the division. Champions Courtown Hibs rounded off their league campaign with a 3-1 win over Bree United, Marian Cardiff scored a hat trick for Hibs with Mary O Gorman scoring for Bree.

In Division Two, Bunclody travelled to All Blacks and kept their title ambitions alive with a 5-0 win thanks to goals from Nicole Fortune, Abbey Roche, Zoe Kearney and Laoise Kearney

  with two. Tombrack also kept themselves in the title battle with a 5-2 win away to Fastnet Rovers. Niamh Browne and Joanne Jordan were on target for Rovers while Shannon McGovern and Sarah Merrigan, with two each, and one from Amie Dreelan ensured all three points for the visitors

St Cormacs edge closer and closer to the Division Three title as they overcame Alax Athletic 4-0 to move seven points clear at the top of the table with a big game away to New Ross Town on the way. Anais Curran scored a hat trick with Lorraine Fortune also finding the net in their eight win of the season

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