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Women’s League

The big game in the Quarter Final of the Premier One Shield saw the clash of the big two when Seaview travelled to Ferns and beat the holders 3-0. Ferns are going through a transition while Seaview have put together a strong squad and could be a strong contender for the premier title. Two goals from Keisha Tobin and one from Brid Kehoe saw the South Wexford side go through to the semi finals. North End were far too strong for Camolin Celtic and ran out 9-0 winners with Chloe Bates netting a hat trick, Aoife Tormey and Lydia McGrath scoring two each while Cara McDonald and Emma Clarke contributed with a goal each. Forth Celtic continued their good start to the season as they overcame Division One side Bree United 14-1 with Sarah Siggins scoring six for the second game in a row, Aisling O Sullivan scored a hat trick with Natasha Byrne Rossiter adding two while Sarah Carroll, Laura Stafford and Ruth Hendrick all added one each. Most thrilling game saw Courtown Hibs eventually overcome Corach Ramblers to ensure the semi final line-up is an all Premier affair. Courtown led 2-1 in injury time but a very late goal from Corach saw them level to bring the game to extra time. Hibs took the lead again in extra time but Ramblers were handed another lifeline in the dying seconds when awarded a penalty but it was off target and Hibs moved into the last four. Marie Nolan, Alice Harte and Holly Tobin all scored for the winners while Niamh Miller and Sal Eustace were on target for Ramblers

In the Divisional Shield Quarter Finals New Ross Town and Wexford Bohs booked their place in the semi finals with wins over Bunclody and Shelburne respectively. Jenny Canning and Kellie O Neill were on target for Ross in their 2-1 win with Rachel Murphy on target for Bunclody. Kate O Keefe scored for Shelburne but it was not enough as two goals each from Aoife O Keefe and Denise Leniston and one from Robyn Murphy gave Bohs a 5-1 win. These two sides will now join Fastnet Rovers and Kiltealy Celtic in the semi-final draw.

Goals from Sarah Merrigan and Shannon McGovern gave Tombrack their first three points of the season in Division one as they overcame a young St Josephs side 2-0. In Division Two, Kiltealy Celtic remain unbeaten in Division Two as they travelled to St Cormacs and came away 3-0 winners courtesy of goals from Nicole Fortune, Clodagh O Leary and Alma Morris.

Division Three saw Cushinstown knock fifteen past new club Enniscorthy United who are showing improvement with every game but finding it difficult to defend. Amie Gaffney scored five for the home side, Joanne Dillon scored four while Ciara Power, Shauna Davitt, Amanda Power, Gemma Creane, Julie Furlong and Sophie Quigley all added one each. In the other game in the division, goals from Ciara Tobin and Kaitlin Larkin saw Ajax come from 1-0 down to beat All Blacks 2-1.

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