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Forth Celtic and New Ross Town collected the first silverware of the season when lifting the Premier One and Divisional Shields in two excellent games this afternoon. Seaview United and Forth clashed for the second week in a row and produced another thriller as Forth eventually came out 4-2 winners on an excellent surface in Fethard to lift the Premier One Shield for the first time. Keisha Tobin and Lisa Dower were on target for Seaview but two goals from Rianna Cullen and one each from Natasha Byrne Rossiter and Sarah Siggins saw Forth come out on top. Both sides were evenly matched with very little between them but it was Forth’s firepower and their ability to take their chances that proved the difference between the two sides. The most improved team in Women’s soccer, New Ross Town, overcame a determined hard working Kiltealy Celtic in the Divisional Shield in Good Counsel College. These two sides are also very evenly matched and produced a top class competitive encounter before a goal five minutes from the end gave Town victory. Alma Morris put Kiltealy ahead in the first half but a goal from Sinead Ryan brought the sides level midway through the second half. The game looked like extra time might be on the cards until Jenny Canning shot to the net on the eighty fifth minute to give her side victory.

While their two main rivals were playing in the Shield final, Ferns took the opportunity to move joint top of the premier division when they travelled to North End United and came away 2-0 winners. Goals from Chloe Moynihan and Aoife Devereux saw Ferns extend their unbeaten run to four games and right back into contention to defend their Premier title. Shannon McGovern and Zoe Tobin Cosgrave were both on target for Tombrack away to Adamstown but it was the home side who took all three points as they ran out 5-2 winners. Two goals from Ann Marie Dunphy, one each from Chantelle Martin and Jasmine Martin plus an unlucky own goal saw Adamstown pick up their fifth win of the season.

Corach picked up an easier than expected three points as Camolin Celtic were unable to pull together enough numbers to travel and conceded the points. Fastnet Rovers moved second in the table when they travelled to an understrength St Cormacs and came away comfortable 8-0 winners. Annie Breen scored a hat trick with Joanne Jordan and Ciara Moore scoring two each while Vicki Breen also scored

Wexford Bohs kept the pressure on leaders Shelburne when they travelled to All Blacks and came away 4-0 winners thanks to goals from Diane Leniston, Suzie Byrne, Aliat Kotun and an own goal. Ajax Athletic collected their third win of the season with a comfortable 9-0 win over local rivals Enniscorthy United. Ciara Tobin scored four while Rachel Murphy Buckley and Anne Marie Murphy added two each while Kasey Owens was also on target

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