Cloughbawn too good for Kilmore
Published 10/12/2016 | 00:00
MMI.ie Wexford Women's Cup: Cloughbawn A.F.C. 5, Kilmore United 2: Division 2A side Cloughbawn proved too strong for Division 1's Kilmore and booked their place in the last 16 courtesy of this 5-2 win.
Gina Foley scored a hat-trick for the home side with Tina Cullen and Kate Cullen adding a goal each.
Bree United 1, Courtown Hibs 6: Courtown Hibs travelled to Bree and came away comfortable 6-1 winners against the Division 1 side.
Amy Long scored for Bree but two goals each from Lauren Ramsey and Sarah Lynch and one apiece from Donna O'Brien and Aoife Gleeson saw Hibs through.
All Blacks 2, Stoney L.F.C. 1: All Blacks had to work hard to get past Division 3 joint leaders Stoney. Róisín Furlong scored both goals for the home side while Chloe Foxe was on target for the visitors.
Tombrack United 2, Seaview United 'B' 0: Two second-half goals saw Tombrack through to the second round when they eventually overcame a hard-working young Seaview side. Sarah Merrigan and Mary Boland were on target for the home side.
North End United 1, Camolin Celtic 0: Division 1 leaders North End United had to work very hard to overcome 2A side Camolin Celtic but eventually booked their place in the second round courtesy of a Shauna Carley goal.
Bunclody A.F.C. 6, Wexford Bohs 0: Bunclody had too much fire power for an understrength Bohs side and progressed to the second round 6-0.
Britney Conroy continued her good scoring form with a hat-trick while Kate Hendrick added two and Jenny Whelan also found the net.
Ajax Athletic 0, Seaview United 3 (abandoned on 48 minutes): This game had to be abandoned three minutes into the second-half when an Ajax player received a nasty head injury and had to be removed to hospital. Everyone involved in this match wishes her a speedy recovery. Seaview were leading 3-0 at the time.
Shelburne F.C. 3, Piltown F.C. 7: Piltown came out on top in this high-scoring encounter and go into the hat for the second round draw.
Eimear Murphy and Eileen Murphy (two) were on target for Shelburne while Annemarie Toth, Dorothy Hughes and Emily O'Mahoney (five) all scored for the visitors.
Women's Division 2A
St. Joseph's 1, St. Leonards 1: Both these sides remain in contention for the title after this very tight game saw them end level.
Emer O'Leary put St. Joseph's ahead in the first-half but a second-half goal from Fiona Ryan earned St. Leonards a point.