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Thursday 23 November 2017

Ballindaggin and Courtown Hibs share the spoils

U-14 Premier Division: Courtown Hibs 1, Ballindaggin 1: These two top sides in the division played out a very closely-contested tie, ending in a draw and leaving them both in contention for the title.

Holly Tobin scored to put Hibs ahead but a goal from Zoe Lett late in the second-half earned Ballindaggin a point.

Curracloe United 5, Kilmore United 1: Curracloe remain well in contention for the league title after this win over Kilmore.

Caoimhe Parker scored a hat-trick for the home side with Lily Stoutt and Casey O'Rourke also getting their name on the scoresheet.

U-14 Division 1

St. Leonards 1, All Blacks 2: All Blacks moved clear at the top of the table after a late goal gave them all three points in Ballycullane.

Aoife Cullen was on target for St. Leonards with a well-taken goal but Aoife Houghton and Aoife Rees both scored to give All Blacks victory.

St. Joseph's 3, Shelburne FC 6: Shelburne travelled to Kilmuckridge and came away with all three points after a very entertaining nine-goal thriller. Ella Donohue, Katie Carr and Rita Redmond were on target for St. Joseph's while Gemma Martin with two, Anna Ryan and Katie Murphy with a hat-trick gave the visitors the win.

Forth Celtic 5, Moyne Rangers 1: The home side kept the pressure on the leaders with this 5-1 victory over a young but hard-working Moyne Rangers side. Shannon Peare was on target for Rangers while Grace Roche with a hat-trick, Lauren McLaughlin and Imogen Deas gave Celtic the three points.

U-14 Division 2A

Gorey Rangers 6, Tombrack United 4: In a game of several chances for both sides, Gorey Rangers eventually came out on top as their sharpness in front of goal proved vital.

A hat-trick from Ciara Wilkinson, two goals from Leanne Kinsella and one from Fina Lynch-Gallagher comprised Rangers' total, while Nadine Fortune scored a hat-trick for Tombrack with Ana Dragusin also finding the net.

North End United 3, Seaview United 2: North End moved three points clear at the top of the table and made it four wins from four as they overcame one of their main rivals, Seaview United, by the odd goal in five. Tara Murphy and Chelsea King had the home side 2-0 up but Seaview came back level with goals from Charlotte Morrissey and Leah Murphy before Katie Law scored the vital goal to give her side all three points.

Corach Ramblers 2, Wexford Youths 3: These bottom two teams produced a thrilling game before Wexford Youths collected their first win of the season.

Grace Donovan and Orla Butler were on target for Ramblers while Kiera Payne, Gráinne Ní Ailín and Rachel Meaney scored for Youths.

U-14 Division 2B

Aughrim Rangers 4, Arklow Town 1: Holly Jenkinson was on target for Arklow in this match but it was not enough as Aughrim ran out 4-1 winners to return to the top of the table. Ellie Devitt scored twice with Zoe Katus and Aoife Connolly also getting their names on the scoresheet.

Bree United 6, Rosslare Strand 0: Megan Broaders was in fine scoring form for Bree in this match against a young Rosslare Strand side as she grabbed five of her side's tally.

Ciara Rossiter also found the net as the home side ran out comfortable winners.

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