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Courtown overcame Camolin 4-2 in the Premier One shield to ensure a home tie in the quarter final of the competition and progress as group winners. Niamh O Leary gave Camolin the lead but two goals from Sarah Lynch and one each from Marian Cardiff and Irene Grant had Hibs well in control before Aoife Curran had the final say for Camolin. Corach booked their place in the last eight of the competition when two goals from Aisling Waters gave Ramblers a 2-1 win over Kilmore

Premier One Shield Quarter Final Draw

Courtown Hibs v Corach Ramblers, North End United v Camolin Celtic, Forth Celtic v Bree United, Ferns United v Seaview United

Divisional Shield Quarter Final Draw

New Ross Town v Bunclody AFC, Wexford Bohs v Shelburne United. Kiltealy Celtic (Bye), Fastnet Rovers (Bye)

Matches to be played on November 10th

For the second week running, Bree came out on top of a very tight game on a 1-0 scoreline as they overcame Tombrack with Ciara McKelvie scoring the only goal of a very closely contested Division One encounter. No such problems in the other game in this division as Adamstown proved far too strong for a young St Josephs side. Four goals from Karolina Jaglarz, hat tricks from Jasmine Martin and Chantelle Martin, two goals from Sandra White and one each from Natalie Heffernan and Chloe Doyle saw the home side win 14-1. Sarah Walsh scored the consolation goal for St Josephs

In Division Two, the two promoted teams from last season saw New Ross Town overcome St Cormacs 7-0 thanks to a hat trick from Marcella Cullen and two goals each from Lina Smitate Mcgrath and Jenny Canning. Kiltealy Celtic travelled to Fastnet Rovers and recorded their first league win  as goals from Kelly Ann Murphy and Clodagh O Leary saw them take the points 2-1. Annie Breen was on target for Rovers

New club Enniscorthy United were given a baptism of fire in their first league match away to All Blacks, losing 12-1 to a youthful home side. Kayleigh O Rourke was on target for United but goals from Rachel Kehoe (4), Ciara Rees (2), Abi Sinnott (2) Rebecca Foley, Aoife Rees, Emma Roche and Laura Doyle gave the home side victory. Shelburne made it two wins from two games when they overcame Wexford Bohs 3-1 thanks to goals from Niamh Kehoe, Aisling Breen and Nora Higgins. Aoife O Keefe was on target for Bohs. A Joanne Dillon hat trick plus a goal from Ciara Power saw Cushinstown travel to Ajax Athletic and come away 4-0 winners.

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