Tombrack make it five wins from five
U-16 Premier 1 - Tombrack United 12, Shelburne FC 1: The home side made it five wins from five games as they overcame a young but hard-working Shelburne side.
Ella Lyng scored for the visitors but Becky Connaughton (three), Nadine Fortune (four), Shannon McGovern, Zoe Tobin Cosgrave, Nicola Ryan, Kelli Maguire and a long-range effort from Breda Cushen saw Tombrack collect all three points.
Bunclody AFC 3, Courtown Hibs 1: Bunclody moved to second in the Premier Division when they overcame Courtown Hibs 3-1 after a very entertaining encounter.
Gina Burke was on target for Hibs while goals from Geri Rose O'Connor, Ciara Roban and Aoife Darcy secured the three points for the home side.
U-16 Division 2A
Forth Celtic 6, Corach Rambler 0: Celtic moved to second in the table after they overcame Corach Ramblers by a six-goal margin.
Michelle Carthy and Sarah Carroll scored two goals each with Nadine Cunningham and Caitlin Murphy were on target for Forth.
New Ross Town 6, Seaview United 1: Town made it five wins from five games and lead the way as we head into Christmas after this 6-1 win over Seaview. Jenny O'Keefe (three), Eadaoin Kent (two) and Amy Lawlor all scored for the home side.
U-16 Division 2B
Camolin Celtic 10, Arklow Town 3: Camolin remain well in contention after proving too strong for Arklow and running out 10-3 winners. Aida Ulainchiv, Ella Dodd and Molly Garland were on target for Town but goals from Megan Byrne (three), Emma Carton (three), Megan Doyle (two), Aine Byrne and Grace O'Halloran gave Celtic all three points.
Carnew FC 8, Moyne Rangers 3: Carnew picked up their second win of the season when they overcame Moyne 8-3 in a highly entertaining encounter.
Lucy Kemple (three), Leanne Kelly (two), Kaley Kavanagh and Aine O'Gorman all scored for the home side while Shanisse O'Reilly (two) and Chloe Browne were on target for Rangers.
St. Joseph's 1, Wexford Celtic 3: Wexford Celtic joined St. Joseph's at the top of the table after this 3-1 win in Kilmuckridge. Aliat Kotun scored twice with Aishling O'Sullivan also finding the net to have Celtic in control but St. Joseph's battled back strongly in the second-half but their only reward was a goal from Amy Mitten.