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Women’s Premier One Shield

Two games survived the heavy Sunday morning rain in this competition with both North End United and Forth Celtic confirming their places in the quarter finals of the competition as group winners. North End had to work very hard to overcome a well organised Corach Ramblers with Emma Clarke and Chloe Mythen both scoring to secure a 2-0 win for the town side. Forth Celtic secured their place in a strange game against Adamstown where Celtic led 1-0 at the break but scored an incredible nine goals in the second half for a 10-0 win. Sarah Siggins scored a hat trick with Aleisha Cullen, Rianna Cullen and Aisling O Sullivan all scoring two each while Laura Stafford was on target with a penalty

 

Women’s Divisional Shield

Kiltealy Celtic continued their impressive start to their life in the league when this 4-0 win at home to St Cormacs ensured them a place in the semi-final of the Women’s Divisional Shield. Making it three wins from three games, they comfortably topped the group with Clodagh O Leary, Rachel Casey, Ciara Roban and Kelly Ann Murphy all on target for the winners

 

Women’s League

The opening game in the Women’s Premier Division saw last seasons top two clash in Fethard when Seaview hosted title holders Ferns United. Both these sides have produced some top-class competitive encounters over the years and this game was no different until Seaview came out on top in the closing quarter to claim a very important three points. Goals from Kaiesha Tobin either side of half time had Seaview 2-0 up before Rachel Collier pulled one back for Ferns to set up an exciting finish. However, it was Seaview who controlled the final fifteen minutes and goals from Lisa Dower and Jessica Devereux wrapped up the 4-1 victory. In Division One, Bree travelled to Kilmore United and in a very tight game where chances were few and far between and a first half goal from Petrina Tyrell proved to be the difference between the two sides. Division Two saw Fastnet Rovers overcome Bunclody by the odd goal in three with Rachel Murphy scoring for Bunclody while Joanne Jordan and Shirley O Neill were on target for Rovers. The Division Three clash between All Blacks and Shelburne saw eleven goals scored with Shelburne running out 7-4 victors. Gina Foley scored a hat trick for the Ballywilliam side with Katie Murphy adding two while Ella Foley, Niamh Kehoe and Eimear Murphy all scoring one each. Melissa Crowley scored a hat trick for the home side with Natasha Martin also finding the net

 

Well done to Wexford Youths Under Seventeens

In a week where Rianna put on a top class display in Tallaght stadium, Wexford FC Under Fifteens won the National Shield, Wexford Youths Women reached the FAI Women’s Cup final, Wexford Youths Under Seventeen girls travelled to Cork on Sunday and a 1-0 win saw them book their place in the National League final. Congratulations to manager Alan Browne and his backroom team on this great achievement and of course to all the players, many who began their careers in the Wexford Schoolgirls League. We wish them the best of luck in the final next weekend

 

Well done to Rianna

Congratulations to Rianna Jarrett and her Republic of Ireland team mates on their fantastic win over Ukraine in their Euro 2021 qualifier on Tuesday night in Tallaght. It was an especially exciting night for Rianna who scored her first Senior international goal while also picking up a well deserved player of the match award. As well as scoring her goal, Rianna was instrumental in setting up the two other goals as the girls move themselves into a very strong position in the group in their quest to qualify for their first ever senior international tournament. Rianna has played all her playing career in Wexford, playing underage and women’s with North End United before signing for Wexford Youths where she is also enjoying great success, reaching the FAI Women’s Cup final with a 4-2 win on Saturday evening over Galway WFC in Ferrycarrig Park.

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