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Women’s League Round-Up

Six games survived Sunday mornings frozen pitches with the big game of the day seeing the top two in the Premier division clash when Forth Celtic hosted Seaview United. Seaview enjoyed the best of the chances in the first half with their best chance falling to Lisa Dower who saw her well struck shot rocked back of the crossbar. Forth came more into the game in the second half and took the lead when substitute Sarah Carroll tapped home from just inside the six-yard box. Seaview battled strongly for an equaliser but found the home sides well organised defence difficult to break down as Forth held on for the win to move top of the table. Ferns sit just three points behind as they travelled to Courtown Hibs and came away 5-1 winners to record their second win of the season. While Ferns will be delighted with the win, the Courtown manager was delighted with the performance and energy of his young team. Ferns led 3-0 at the break before Holly Tobin pulled one back for the home side but two further goals from the current premier title holders saw them take victory. Hayleigh Nolan and Rachel Collier scored two goals each with Nicola Davitt also on target.

Bree United continued their good form in Division One as they hosted St Josephs and came away 4-1 winners to move three points clear at the top. Michelle Gahan was on target for the visitors but two goals from Amy Long and one each from Kate Murphy and Niamh Sinnott was enough to see the home side safely to victory

Bunclody have started to find a run of form lately and caused a minor upset when inflicting the first defeat of the season on divisional leaders Kiltealy Celtic. An early goal from Celine Slye plus a Trish Mulally penalty saw Bunclody go 2-0 up before Alma Morris pulled one back for Kiltealy but the visitors had the final say when Trish Mullly scored her second for a 3-1 win. Kiltealy still sit six points clear at the top of the division but it does open the door for New Ross Town to sneak back into the title race

The two title favourites in Division Three recorded wins with Wexford Bohs travelling to Cushinstown and winning 5-0 while Enniscorthy United were well beaten at home by leaders Shelburne. Aliat Kotun scored twice for Bohs to add to goals from Hayley Roche, Holly Hynes and Jessica Sinnott. Four goals from Eimear Murphy, a hat trick from Kate O Keefe, two goals from Gina Foley and one each from Niamh Kehoe, Aisling Breen, Chloe Byrne and Ella Lyng saw Shelburne come away from Enniscorthy United 13-0 winner giving them their seventh win of the season and hot favourites for the Division Three title.


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