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Forth Celtic booked their place in the final of the Premier One Shield after they overcame Courtown Hibs 4-0. Hibs worked hard throughout and trailed just 1-0 at the break but the home sides clinical finishing proved to be the difference between the sides with Sarah Siggins scoring a hat trick to add to a Lynn Marie Grant goal. The other semi final between North End and Seaview was called off as a mark of respect for Shane Roche and will be played next Sunday.


Kiltealy Celtic continued their impressive start to the season and booked their place in the Divisional Shield when overcoming Wexford Bohs 4-1. Nicole Fortune scored two with Donna Byrne and Rachel Casey also scoring for the winners while Denise Leniston was on target for Bohs. New Ross Town will be their opponents in the final when they travelled to Fastnet Rovers and won 2-0 thanks to goals from Jenny Canning and Lina Smitate.

With Kilmore withdrawing from this division, Corach Ramblers moved joint top with Adamstown after a comfortable 9-0 win over St Josephs. Aisling Waters and Niamh Miller scored two each but Grace Donovan was in fine scoring form as she scored a personal tally of five. Camolin had to come from 2-0 down against Bree to win 3-2 with Aoife Curran, Caitriona Graham and Siobhan Finn all on target for the winners.

St Cormacs picked up an important three points when they travelled to Bunclody and came away 4-2 winners to give them their second win of the season. Hayley Browne and Zoe Kearney were on target for the home side but goals from Anais Curran, Kate Cullen, Lorraine O Connor and Michaela Hawkins gave the Boolavogue girls all three points.

All Blacks kept in touch with the leaders in Division Three with a 7-0 win over Ajax Athletic with Melissa Crowley scoring a hat trick, Natasha Martin hitting the net twice with Niamh Rees and Aoife Rees adding a goal each. Cushinstown travelled to Enniscorthy United and moved second in the table with a 10-0 win thanks to four goals each from Amanda Power and Amie Gaffney and one each from Sophie Quigley and Julie Furlong

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