Seven up for Ferns women
Premier titleholders East End arrived in Ferns missing some key players and found the home side in no mood to show any mercy.
Ferns United 7 East End United 0
Ferns were always in control and never allowed their visitors to settle and led 3-0 at the break thanks to goals from Leona Breen and Liz Evered (two).
Two more goals from Liz as well as one each from Joanne Barcoe and Rachel Collier saw Ferns run out comfortable winners.
Benfica F.C. 3, Seaview United 2: The home side made it two wins from two games when a goal from Lisa Dower four minutes from the end eventually saw them beat a battling Seaview side 3-2.
Catherine Doyle and Emer Mullan were on target for Seaview but two goals from Andrea Holmes had the sides level until Lisa's late goal secured another hard-earned win for Benfica.
St. Leonards 1, New Ross Town 2: These sides produced an entertaining game in Division 1 before the experienced New Ross Town eventually did enough to take all three points against a hard-working St. Leonards.
Jo Rossiter scored a free-kick for the home side but two goals from the prolific Sinéad Ryan gave Town all three points.
St. Joseph's 3, Moyne Rangers 1: Division 2A favourites Moyne arrived in St. Joseph's understrength but found the home side in merciless form.
Despite the visitors taking the lead through Lorraine Sludds, the home side battled back with goals from Kelsey Reid, Chloe Breen-Kavanagh and Aoife Kavanagh to take their first three points of the season.
Piltown F.C. 1, Camolin Celtic 1: Camolin made the long journey to Piltown and came away with a point after an exciting end-to-end encounter.
Kellie Keher gave the home side the lead but a second-half goal from Sarah McDaid left Piltown with their first point in the Wexford League.
Bree United 1, Corach Ramblers 4: Corach opened their season with a success when they came away from Bree United with all three points courtesy of a 4-1 win.
Mary Gorman was on target for the home side but goals from Nellie Walsh, Trina Sinnott, Sara Byrne and Geraldine Curtis saw Ramblers come away victors.
St. Cormac's 0, Tombrack United 2: Tombrack made it two wins from two games in Division 2B when they overcame a battling St. Cormac's with a goal in each half.
Sinéad Ryan gave the visitors the lead midway through the first-half before Tammy Hennessy made it 2-0 ten minutes into the second period with her first goal for the club.
Stoney Rovers 1, Bridge Rovers 4: Bridge Rovers picked up their second win of the season 4-1 away to fellow new club Stoney Rovers. Caroline Butler-Hallissey scored for Stoney but a Hayley Lacey hat-trick and a goal from Tara Smith gave Bridge victory.
Cushinstown 0, Fastnet Rovers 3: Fastnet bounced back from the previous week's defeat to Courtown when they travelled to Cushinstown and came away 3-0 winners.
A first-half goal from Eadaoin Miskella and second-half strikes from Amy Cleary and Lorraine Breen gave Rovers victory.
Courtown Hibs 0, Rosslare Rangers 0: Two of the divisional favourites played out a tense scoreless draw in which defences dominated. Neither side could break the deadlock and had to settle for a point each.
Ajax Athletic 0, Seaview United 'B' 1: Seaview's second team travelled to Enniscorthy and had to work very hard to eventually break down an improving Ajax side to take all three points courtesy of a 1-0 win.