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Women’s League Round Up

Fastnet Rovers and Wexford Bohs had to go to extra time in their outstanding Wexford Cup first round game before Rovers eventually progressed on a 2-1 scoreline. Aoife O Keefe was on target for Bohs but goals from Shirley O Neill and Vicky Breen saw Fastnet through to a last sixteen meeting with Seaview United. The big game of the second round saw last seasons finalists Forth Celtic and Ferns United clash in Murrintown and saw seven goals being scored before Celtic progressed to the quarter finals after extra time. Goals from Mary O Neill and Leona Breen had Ferns 2-0 ahead at the break but Forth struck back in the second half with Laura Stafford and Rianna Cullen scoring to tie the game up on ninety minutes. Two goals from Lynn Marie Grant saw Forth go 4-2 up in extra time before Nicola Davitt scored five minutes from the end to set up a nervy finish where the home side did enough to hang on for a place in the last eight. Premier side North End United travelled to Bree United, current joint leaders of Division One, and the visitors ran rampant as they overcame the home side 8-1. Mary O Gorman scored for Bree but four goals from Niamh Tormey, three from Katie Law and one from Hollie Sinnott saw North End comfortably through to last eight. New Ross Town were too strong for Division Three side Ajax Athletic and three goals from Sinead Ryan and one each from Aoibh Thomas, Jenny Canning and Kellie O Neill saw them win out 6-0. Bunclody have hit a run of form in recent weeks and were too strong for St Josephs in their cup game as they ran out 8-3 winners. Four goals from Aoife Dunne, Three from Trish Mullaly and one from Amy Shannon saw them comfortably through. A last minute goal from Aoife Gleeson saw Premier sideCourtown Hibs eventually edge past a determined Tombrack side who will feel disappointed not to have at least got to extra time.

In the only league match played, Adamstown returned to joint leadership of Division One as they overcame Camolin Celtic 2-1 with Karalina Jaglarz rounding off the current phase of her Wexford league career with two goals. Emma Carton scored for Camolin

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