Friday 24 November 2017

Ciara's goal is enough to see off the seasiders

Under-10 Premier Division - New Ross Town 1, Curracloe United 0: A Ciara Nolan goal saw New Ross Town overcome recently crowned Premier champions Curracloe United 1-0, and now they have a great opportunity to grab a play-off for runners-up if they overcome St. Joseph's in their final league game on Tuesday.

Under-10 Division 1

Tombrack United 1, Fastnet Rovers 0: The home side rounded off their season with a victory when they overcame Fastnet Rovers 1-0 in a fast-paced, entertaining match. Emer Roche scored the only goal to see Tombrack finish off the season in third place.

Ferns United 4, St. Leonards 2: Katie Ryan scored twice for St. Leonards but it was not enough against a Ferns side which put in its best performance of the season. Ellie Kate Larkin scored a hat-trick for the home side, with Katie Murphy also finding the net.

Under-10 Division 2A

Bunclody AFC 2, Courtown Hibs 0: This victory for Bunclody kept alive their own chances of finishing second in the division and also was one of the results that secured the divisional title for Kilmore.

Mia Dunne and Emily Rothwell scored the goals for the home side against a hard-working Hibs.

Shelburne FC 1, Kilmore United 2: With the result in Bunclody going their way, Kilmore picked up the three points they needed to wrap up the Division 2A title. Keelin Barron gave Shelburne a first-half lead but second-half goals from Jessica Cloney and Hallie Doyle gave the visitors a very important three points.

Seaview United 2, Moyne Rangers 1: The home side remain in second place with one game to go after they overcame Moyne Rangers 2-1 in a very evenly-contested match. Kaitlin Conroy was on target for the visitors while Marie McDonald and Becky Foley replied for Seaview.

Under-10 Division 2B

Corach Ramblers 0, Bree United 2: Bree kept up their chances of finishing runners-up when they travelled to Corach and came away 2-0 winners. Casey Cullen and Ella Doyle were on target for the visitors and now just need a point from their final game to clinch second.

Carnew FC 2, Aughrim Rangers 0: Carnew completed their season with a win when they overcame a young Aughrim side 2-0 to move second in the table.

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