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Women’s League Round-Up

The big game today saw Forth Celtic take on Ferns United in a game that would effectively decide the Women’s Premier title for 2019-20. Celtic needed a point to wrap up the league while Ferns needed a win to force a play-off and the game lived up to expectations with both sides producing some fast paced football. Forth started the best and led 2-0 at the break courtesy of goals from Lynn Marie Grant and Rianna Cullen but it was Ferns who started best in the second forty-five minutes, with Hayley Nolan scoring twice to bring the sides level. A penalty ten minutes from the end changed the game when a Forth player was impeded and Laura Stafford stepped up to calmly slot the ball to the net. Ferns battled to get back on level terms but got caught pushing forward and Celtic were rewarded with further goals from Lynn Marie Grant and Natasha Byrne Rossiter. The match was much closer than the 5-2 scoreline might suggest but in a long season, Forth were the team who won most of the games and came away league champions. League Committee member Mick Bennett was on hand to present the winning side with their trophy.

Wexford Bohs needed to beat leaders Shelburne to force a play off for the Division Three title and that is exactly what they did as Denice Leniston scored the only goal of the game to inflict the first league defeat of the season on the Ballywilliam girls. The league will now be decided by a play-off in a few weeks time between the same two sides

Bree United booked their place in the Michelle Coleman Cup Final when they came from behind to beat Camolin Celtic 3-1 in a very evenly contested semi-final. Emma Carton scored to give Celtic the lead but a Siobhan Spratt Murphy hat trick secured Bree a victory which will be played in Ferrycarrig Park on Sunday September 6th

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