Schoolgirls soccer round-up
Published 13/10/2015 | 00:00
Curracloe made it two wins from two in the Under-10 Premier Division when overcoming Courtown Hibs 5-1 with goals from Emma Cullen (two), Caoimhe Whelan, Polly Redmond and Zara Corrigan, while Eve Apak was on target for Hibs.
New Ross Celtic hosted a young Kilmore side and ran out comfortable 8-0 winners with Aoife Kielthy (six), Sophie Chapman and Julianna La Forge all finding the net.
Taghmon are already looking very impressive in Under-10 Section A as they recorded their second win of the season when overcoming Campile United 10-3 in Horetown. Sally Kehoe (two) and Ciara Furlong were on target for Campile but the home side was always in control, and goals from Caoimhe Breen (four), Becky Cashin (three), Illy McLoughlin (two) and Gemma Monaghan saw them take all three points.
Seaview United seconds and St. Leonards played out a 1-1 draw with Marie McDonald putting Seaview ahead and Lucy Dillon equalising for the visitors
A goal from Lauren Gregg gave Forth Celtic a 1-0 victory on their long journey to St. Joseph's in Under-10 Section B, while Wexford Youths travelled to Rosslare Strand and picked up their second win of the season (2-0). Alannah Lambert and Jenna Kirwan were on the scoresheet for a hard-working Youths side.
Bridge Rovers travelled to All Blacks and came away with the three points after the sides played out a nine-goal thriller, with Rovers coming out on top 5-4. Aoibheann Rankin (two), Jolie Rankin and Naomi Denton were on target for All Blacks while Olivia Morris (two), Mia Denton (two) and Aoife McEldowney all scored for Rovers.
Gorey Rangers opened their Under-10 Section C campaign with a win when hosting Ballindaggin second team and running out 5-0 winners, while Moyne Rangers travelled to St. Cormac's and came away 5-1 victors, with Moya Doran scoring for the home side.
New Ross Town made it two wins from two games in Under-10 Section D when they travelled to Adamstown and came away 5-0 winners courtesy of goals from Ciara Nolan, Pamela Power, Molly Browne, Emma Rossiter and Ella Nolan.
Cloughbawn hosted Bree United and ran out 6-3 winners while Shelburne travelled to Cushinstown and came away 4-3 winners. Abbie Gaffney, Sarah Finn and Aoife Byrne were all on target for the home side.
Cloughbawn made it two wins from two in the Under-14 Premier Division when they accounted for Curracloe United on a 5-2 scoreline. Nicole Gillen and Amber Wright scored for the visitors while Chloe Merrigan (two), Faye Larkin, Bríd Madigan and Niamh McHugh all replied for Cloughbawn.
Ballindaggin travelled to Kilmore and a hard-working performance saw them come away 2-1 winners, with Aimee Bates-Crosbie scoring for the home side.
An incredible eight goals from Méabh Wickhan saw New Ross Town run out 8-1 winners over a young Moyne side in Under-14 Division 1, while Campile United travelled to Wexford Celtic and came away 5-0 victors.
Forth Celtic made it two wins from two games in Under-14 Division 2A when they hosted Seaview and ran out 6-2 winners.
Jennifer Dunne scored both Seaview goals while Lauren McLoughlin (two), Louisa Donnelly (two), Kathlynn Gabbett and Nadine Cunningham were on target for Celtic.
Shelburne made it two wins from two also when they overcame Gorey Rangers 3-2, with Kate Murphy (two) and Cora McGrath scoring for the home side while Ciara Murphy and Tara Boukhama were on target for Rangers.
Taghmon are top of the Under-14 Division 2B table after a 7-1 win over a young Arklow Town side with goals from Chloe Doyle (three), Laura Banville (two) and Lara Murphy (two), while Shannon Hughes was on target for Town.
St. Joseph's opened their season with a 2-0 win over Wexford Youths, with Edel Kehoe scoring both goals for the home side.
Curracloe bounced back from their opening day defeat in Kilkenny when running out comfortable 6-0 winners at home to Wexford Celtic in the Under-18 League, with Siobhán Doolan, Natasha Byrne, Sarah Harding-Kenny, Fiona Kinsella, Lauren Fitzgerald and Rianna Cullen all on target.
Wexford Youths travelled to Kilmore United and overcame a young home side 5-0, while Arklow Town came away from St. Joseph's 4-0 winners.