Ramblers romp to Division 2A honours
Published 19/03/2016 | 00:00
Corach Ramblers made it eleven wins from eleven games when they came away from Camolin Celtic 5-2 winners and lifted the Division 2A league title in the process.
Celtic never gave up and Corach had to work hard to get across the line, with Olivia Scott, Natasha Walsh (two) and Sara Byrne (two) on target for the winners, while Katie Kehoe and Gemma Kehoe scored for Camolin.
Adamstown made the long journey to Chanel College in Dublin where they came up against Metropolitan League side Shelbourne F.C. in the Leinster Cup semi-final and put up a strong performance before eventually going down 3-0.
Seaview United ensured their safety in the Premier Division with a well-earned 2-0 win over league leaders Benfica, with Fiona Rowe and Kellie Mullan scoring the goals.
Aoife Drennan (two) and Bronagh O'Connnor were on target for St. Leonards as they gave themselves a welcome lifeline in Division 1 with a 3-0 win over Kilmore United.
Courtown Hibs edged to the top of Division 2B when they proved too strong for Stoney L.F.C., with Lauren Ramsey (two) and Sue Kavanagh on target in their 3-0 win.
An impressive Courtown Hibs wrapped up the Under-12 Premier league title on Saturday with a 4-1 win over closest challengers Ballindaggin in a very exciting and fast-paced encounter.
Tamara Kelly was on target for Ballindaggin but Hibs were in no mood to have the title whipped out from under them at the last minute, and goals from Holly Tobin, Alex Lynch, Bridget Fahey and Sasha Greene saw the home side retain their crown.
League committee member Adrian Kehoe was on hand to present the trophy to twin captains, Alex and Abbie Lynch.