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Women’s League Round-Up

After many years competing in the league, Cushinstown finally lifted their first trophy on Sunday when they overcame Ajax Athletic 4-0 in the Gaynor Cup final played in Bree. All the damage in this game was down in the first half with Cushinstown casting aside any nerves and attacking in numbers from the start, going ahead early in the game through Elle Nugent. Ajax worked hard in an effort to get back on level terms but were never allowed a foothold and their chances were reduced to long range efforts and half chances. As the game approached half time, Cushinstown’s attacking prowess paid off and goals from Joanne Dillon and an Amie Gaffney penalty saw them lead 3-0 at the break. Ajax were more vibrant in the second half and went close when Ciara Tobin ducked and weaved her way into the penalty area but her effort just went wide of the post to nestle in the side netting. Katelyn Coleman got her toe to a through ball minutes before the end to put a gloss on the scoreline but overall Cushinstown were deserved winners on the day and sets them up nicely for next Sundays Division Three Cup Final against Shelburne in New Ross Celtic at 11am. Both sides gave  their all in this game but it was Cushinstown sharpness in front of goal and their ability to control the game at vital times that proved the difference on the day

Ajax Athletic: Kellie Murphy Buckley, Kasey O Shea, Liz O Brien, Saoirse Egan, Kaitlin Larkin, Chloe O Brien Cashe, Anne Marie Murphy, Claire Millar, Rachel Murphy Buckley, Bronagh Murphy Buckley, Ciara Tobin, Elissa O Brien, Charlene Murphy, Collette Murphy Buckley

Cushinstown AFC: Anna Power, Amanda Power, Amie Gaffney, Michelle Power, Tracey Power, Julie Furlong, Joanne Dillon, Aoife O Farrell, Gemma Crane, Ciara Power, Elle Nugent, Shauna Doherty, Annette Wall, Sophie Quigley, Emma Culleton, Michelle O Grady,

Referee: Shem Doyle. Assistants: Philip McGrath and Martin Armstrong

 

The Boland Carpets Cup Final between Fastnet Rovers and Kiltealy Celtic scheduled for 2pm in Bridge Rovers was postponed as a mark of respect on the passing of Fastnet club member Tom Walsh. Everyone involved in Wexford Women’s soccer pass on their condolences to Amy and all the Walsh family on their sad loss. The game will be refixed in due course

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