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Sunday 17 December 2017

Ballindaggin move back to the summit

U-10 Premier Division: Ballindaggin 3, St. Joseph's 1: The home side moved back to the top of the Premier Division when they overcame a dogged St. Joseph's side 3-1.

Two goals from Leah Roban and one from her sister, Emily, kept Ballindaggin's unbeaten run going and gave them their fourth win of the season.

New Ross Town 1, Bridge Rovers 0 (game abandoned at half-time): A goal from Ava O'Leary had New Ross Town ahead in this game, but the match had to be abandoned at half-time and will now be decided by the league disciplinary committee once the referee submits his report.

U-10 Division 1

Tombrack United 1, St. Leonards 2: Two goals from Katie Ryan gave St. Leonards all three points away to Tombrack United, inflicting the first league defeat of the season on the home side.

Emer Roche had given Tombrack the lead ,but a goal in each half from Ryan gave the visitors victory.

Wexford Youths 1, Ferns United 1: Ferns picked up their first point in this division when they held Wexford Youths to a 1-1 draw. Aoife Doran was on target for Youths while Ella Larkin scored the all-important goal for the home side.

Forth Celtic 1, All Blacks 4: All Blacks made it four wins from four games and moved six points clear at the top of the division after this win away to Forth Celtic.

Two goals from Ava Hendrick and one each from Sinéad Mulligan and Naomi Denton gave the visitors a vital three points.

U-10 Division 2A

Cloughbawn AFC 2, Seaview United 2: These sides played out an entertaining 2-2 draw, with both content with a point each at the end.

Therese Kehoe-Molloy and Havana Lawless were both on target for the home side.

Moyne Rangers 0, Shelburne FC 2: Shelburne moved joint top of the table when they overcame Moyne Rangers 2-0 in a game that was switched to Ballywilliam due to fixture congestion on Moyne's pitch. Keelin Barron and Aoife Somers were on target for the winners.

Courtown Hibs 3, Kilmore United 5: In a game of two halves, Kilmore raced into a 5-0 first-half lead in this match with Jessica Cloney scoring a hat-trick and Hallie Doyle and Erin Godden also getting in the scoresheet.

However, a strong second-half performance from Hibs saw them pull back to 5-3, with Izzy Kenna scoring two and Zoe Hernandez also finding the net.

U-10 Division 2B

Corach Ramblers 1, Aughrim Rangers 1: These two young sides played out an exciting 1-1 draw, with Ramblers collecting their first point in this division while Aughrim keep alive their chances of catching the leaders after this draw.

Cushinstown AFC 1, Bree United 1: These two sides are still in contention for at least promotion after they played out a closely-fought 1-1 draw. Sjoak Finn was on target for the home side while Casey Cullen replied for Bree.

Carnew FC 1, New Ross Celtic 0: Carnew moved second in the table after this 1-0 win over New Ross Celtic.

After a closely-fought encounter, Aoife Wafer scored the all-important goal that gave the home side the three points.

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