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Wednesday 18 October 2017

Seven up for Ferns

United move back to the top of table

Women's Premier Division: East End United 1, Ferns United 3: Ferns made it seven wins from seven games when they travelled to Bennettsbridge and came away with the three points that move them back to the top of league and leaves them odds-on favourites to retain their Premier title.

Ashling O'Grady was on target for the home side, but two goals from Leona Breen and one from Aoife Devereux gave Ferns the victory.

Women's Division 2B

Wexford Bohs 3, Rosslare Rangers 1: Bohs collected their first three points on the field of play after they overcame Rosslare Rangers 3-1 to give themselves a fighting chance of avoiding relegation.

Ciara Byrne, Aideen Byrne and Sarah Beaver were all on target for the home side, while Lauren O'Callaghan scored for Rangers.

Women's Division 3

St. Cormac's 0, Fastnet Rovers 2: Fastnet Rovers travelled to Luke Foran Park and collected the three points needed to secure runners-up spot in the league and promotion.

They were made to work hard by a determined home side, but a goal from Shirley O'Neill as well as an own goal by a St. Cormac's defender gave Fastnet Rovers the points needed to book their place in Division 2B for next season.

Michelle Coleman Cup semi-finals

North End United 6, Piltown FC 0: Division 1 champions North End booked their place in the Michelle Coleman Cup final when proving too strong for Piltown in this semi-final.

Two goals each from Natasha Walsh and Kim Walker as well as one apiece from Diane Leniston and Sara Byrne saw the Wexford girls run out comfortable 6-0 winners.

Bree United 1, Kilmore United 3: Kilmore are through to their second Michelle Coleman Cup final in two years after travelling to Bree and eventually overcoming a determined home side 3-1.

Justine Spratt-Murphy scored for the home side while Katrina Parrock (two) and Becky Furlong were on target for Kilmore.

Nolan Health and Fitness Cup

Shelburne 1, Courtown Hibs 5: Courtown Hibs will play Bunclody in the Nolan Health and Fitness Cup final after a blistering first-half performane saw them lead 5-1 away to Shelburne.

Kate Devereux scored for the home side while Marian Cardiff grabbed a hat-trick to add to goals from Donna O'Brien and Sonia Redmond.

Division 3 Cup quarter-final

Ajax Athletic 0, Tombrack United 3: Tombrack are through to a semi-final meeting with Bridge Rovers after they eventually overcame a determined effort from a hard-working Ajax side.

First-half goals from Marie Allen and Mary Boland had the visitors in control, and a second goal from Boland ten minutes from the end secured the 3-0 victory.

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