Killenagh collect first point
Killenagh Wanderers made the long journey to East End United and picked up their first point of the season to more or less kill off the home side's chances of retaining their women's Premier Division title.
Aine Lannon was on target for the home side while Isobelle Naughter scored the vital goal for the visitors.
The big game in Division 1 saw Adamstown travel to Curracloe and win 3-0 thanks to goals from Natasha Martin (two) and Edwina Whelan, a win that moves them top of the table.
Four goals from Katrina Parrock and one from Cora Miller gave Kilmore a 5-2 win over All Blacks in their local derby, with Róisín Furlong scoring both goals for the home side.
Katie Sheehan was on target for a young Bunclody side but it was not enough against a strong Camolin who move giant top of Division 2A courtesy of this 8-1 win.
Niamh O'Leary and Gemma Kehoe scored a hat-trick each with Siofra Doyle and Megan Murray also on target.
Courtown Hibs moved clear at the top of the Division 2B table after a 3-1 win away to St. Cormac's with Lauren Ramsey, Irene Grant and Caoimhe McKeon scoring the goals while Caitríona Roban replied for the home side.
Ajax scored their first goal and picked up their first win of the season as they overcame Cushinstown A.F.C. 1-0, with Sophie Savage scoring the all-important winner for the Enniscorthy side.
Stoney L.F.C. and Cloughbawn played out a seven-goal thriller before Cloughbawn eventually ran out 4-3 winners, with Stephanie Foxe, Chloe Foxe and Claire Whelan all hitting the target for Stoney.
Meanwhile, a Faye Larkin hat-trick set Cloughbawn on their way to a 6-0 success as they made the long journey to Mullingar Town and came away well-deserved winners in the F.A.I. Umbro Under-16 Cup second round.
Two goals from Emma Clarke and one from Ciara Molloy rounded off the victory for the Wexford girls.