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Women’s Premier One Shield

Forth Celtic     2          Seaview United          0

The first clash of two of the premier challengers saw Forth Celtic overcome Seaview United 2-0 in a game that came with a heavy price as they finished the game with eight players due to injuries. The game was competitive from the start and it is obvious that both sides will be in the hunt for honours at season end but it was the home side who came out on top in this Shield game courtesy of goals from Lynn Marie Grant and Aleisha Cullen. Seaview were well in the game but just did not take their opportunities when they came. Accidental clashes saw Lynn Marie Grant and Sarah Siggins end up in hospital with injuries and all involved in the game wish them a speedy recovery

 

Bree United    2          Ferns United   7

Holders Ferns got their season off to a flying start when they travelled to Bree and came away 7-2 winners although the game was closer than the scoreline suggests. Aoife Devereux scored four while Hayley Nolan added two while Aoibheann Myers also got her name on the scoresheet. Ciara McKelvie and Niamh Sinnott scored for a home side who worked hard for the full ninety minutes

 

Women’s Divisional Shield

Bunclody AFC 0          Kiltealy Celtic 3

The leagues newest club, Kiltealy Celtic, made the short journey to Bunclody and opened their campaign with a 3-0 win against a young home side. Ciara Roban scored two with Orlaith Kehoe also finding the net in a game where the visitors sharpness in front of goal proved the main difference between the two sides

 

St Cormacs     1          Ajax Athletic  1

These two sides played out an exciting 1-1 draw, a result that keeps them both in contention for a place in the quarter final of the shield. The experienced Noelle Jordan was on target for the home side while Ciara Tobin scored for Ajax

 

New Ross Town          5          Shelburne United      1

Last years beaten finalists got their Shield campaign off to a winning start when proving too strong for Shelburne and running out 5-1 winners. Becca Foley was on target for the visitors but a Marcella Cullen hat trick and two goals from Aoibh Thomas gave Town victory

 

Fastnet Rovers           3          Wexford Bohs            2

The home side made it two wins from two games and booked their place in the last eight of the Divisional Shield with this odd goal in five win over Wexford Bohs. Twin sisters Diane and Denise Leniston were on target for Bohs but goals from Joanne Jordan, Shirley O Neill and Kathlynn Gabbett game Fastnet the vital win

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