Net rattles 22 times in Under-10 girls' game!
Campile United 8, Seaview United Yellow 14: This incredible game was probably one of the highest-scoring Under-10 encounters ever, averaging a goal every two minutes before Seaview eventually took all three points.
Sally Kehoe (five), Abbie Malone (two) and an own goal made up the home side's tally, while Cora Foley (six), Eimear Kehoe (six), Marie McDonald and Kirsty Cheevers gave Seaview the points.
Evergreen F.C. 2, Cloughbawn A.F.C. 3: Cloughbawn continued their good form at national level when they overcame Evergreen 3-2 to book their place the quarter-finals of the F.A.I. Under-14 Cup.
Faye Larkin, Laura Butler and Heather Walsh were all on target for the visitors against a very well-organised Kilkenny side.
Cabinteely F.C. 6, Campile United 0: Campile's good run in the competition came to an end when they travelled to Dublin and bowed out to a very good home side.
The game was much closer than the scoreline suggests but Cabinteely proved sharper in front of goal and took their chances when they arose.
Curracloe United 1, Douglas Hall 2: Douglas Hall made the long journey from Cork for the F.A.I. Under-18 Cup quarter-final and had to work very hard before eventually overcoming a determined home side who did the league proud with their level of performance.
Derbhla Doyle was on target for Curracloe but goals from Ali McCormack and Michelle O'Driscoll put the visitors through to the semi-finals.