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Premier One Shield Group A

Tombrack United        0          Courtown Hibs            2

A hard working understrength Tombrack side made a young Courtown side work very hard for the three points in this Shield game, eventually winning out with two second half goals. After a scoreless first half, goals from Alice Harte and Megan Cahill saw Hibs open the season with a win

 

Premier One Shield Group B

Kilmore United            1          North End United        9

Premier side North End proved much too strong for a young Kilmore side, running out comfortable 9-1 winners. Sophie Boxwell was on target for the home side but hat tricks from Chloe Bates and Lydia Mcgrath as well as goals from Emma Clarke, Shauna Clarke and Katie Law saw the visitors win comfortably

 

Premier One Shield Group C

St Josephs        0          Bree United     7

Bree could be a good bet for Division One this season and showed their strength when they overcame a young St Josephs side 7-0. A goal each from Ciara McKelvie, Megan Broaders, Lauren Sinnott and Niamh Sinnott as well as a hat trick from Amy Long saw them leave Kilmuckridge with the points

 

Divisional Shield Group A

Ajax Athletic    0          Bunclody AFC         5

Bunclody travelled to Enniscorthy and opened their season with  a 5-0 win. Two goals from Zoe Kearney as well as one each from Trish Mullaly, Jenny Whelan and Laoise Kearney saw a revamped Bunclody side get off to a winning start

 

Divisional Shield Group B

Shelburne United        6          Cushinstown AFC        2

Eimear Whelan and Tara Davitt scored for Cushinstown in this Shield game but it was not enough as Shelburne were too strong on the day and ran out 6-2 winners. A hat trick from Nora Higgins, two goals from Niamh Kehoe and one from Gina Foley saw the home take the three points

 

Divisional Shield Group C

All Blacks         0          Fastnet Rovers            3

Fastnet made the short journey to All Blacks a worthwhile one as they left with the three points after a strong hard working performance. Goals from Becky Furlong, Joanne Jordan and Michaela Walsh secured the opening day win

 

Affiliation Reminder

Clubs are reminded that affiliation and registration fees are now overdue and need to be brought up to date immediately. Clubs who have not paid are being given until the end of September to pay their fees and failure to do so may result in clubs having fixtures withdrawn and walkovers awarded to the opposition

 

Schoolgirls League

The new season of the Schoolgirls league will kick off on the first weekend of October with a round of fixtures for Under Eleven, Fourteen and Eighteens. Any clubs who have not confirmed teams to the league should do so immediately as it becomes very difficult to add teams to the league once divisions are confirmed.

 

South East Region Under Twelve Finals

Curracloe United are through to the FAI Under Twelve National finals after negotiating their way through a difficult South East regional qualifier in Thomastown today. Two wins and a draw saw them through to the play off game where a very hard working disciplined display saw them overcome Bridge United from Kilkenny on penalties after a tense exciting 1-1 draw in normal time. The finals will be in Dublin in October with details announced in coming weeks. Aughrim Rangers were the leagues other representative in the South East qualifier but were in a difficult group and despite some good performances, did not qualify for the play-off game

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