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In the Premier Division, Forth Celtic continued their winning start to the season when overcoming newly promoted Courtown Hibs 10-0. The game was much closer than this scoreline would suggest but Celtic’s clinical finishing was the main difference with Sarah Siggins being particularly accurate as she knocked in six. Lynn Marie Grant, Rianna Cullen, Sarah Harding Kenny and Natasha Byrne Rossiter also got their name on the scoresheet. Ferns got back to winning ways when they eventually overcame a hard working North End United side 2-0 with Aoife Devereux and Rachel Collier the goalscorers.

In Division One, Kilmore travelled to Tombrack and eventually broke down a hard working home side and came away 5-0 winners with goals from Emily Bates, Lisa Power and Chloe Troy while Roisin Furlong scored twice. Amanda Murphy was on target for Camolin Celtic but two goals from Sal Eustace and a hat trick from Niamh Miller gave Corach a 5-1 victory and all three points

Division Two saw Fastnet overcome St Cormacs 4-1 with Jane Kelly, Triona Kelly and two goals from Becky Furlong making up Rovers tally while the visitors goal came from a defensive error. The big game in this division saw Kiltealy Celtic overcome Bunclody 2-1 in a tense exciting hard fought local derby. Celine Slye was on target for Bunclody but goals from Alma Morris and Rachel Casey gave Celtic an important three points.

The first all Enniscorthy local derby in many years saw Ajax make the short journey to Enniscorthy United and their experienced showed as they ran out 8-1 winners. Teagan Dobbs scored for United but two goals each from Chloe O Brien Cashe and Ciara Tobin plus one each from Claire Miller, Kaitlin Larkin, Jenny Rothwell and Anne Marie Murphy gave Ajax the win. Shelburne travelled to Cushinstown and stayed in contention for the title with a 3-0 win with Ella Foley, Gina Foley and Eimear Murphy all finding the net

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