Curracloe book place in final
U-10 CUP AND LEAGUE
Curracloe United booked their place in the final of the U-10 Cup when overcoming Fastnet Rovers 30 on Saturday morning. A goal from Elaine O Connell-Sullivan and two from Sarah Siggins had the seasiders always in control, and they went through to the final for the third year in a row where they will meet either Kilmore United or Gorey Celtic.
In Division 2B, Tombrack United picked up a win at home to Camolin Celtic thanks to goals from Kaitlin Dunbar and Shannon McGovern, while in Division 3, Taghmon United were crowned champions when overcoming fellow title challengers Glen Celtic 2-0 thanks to a brace from Emma Clarke. U-12 CUP
Shelburne are through to the U-12 Cup semi-final after overcoming Killenagh in a thrilling game on Monday last. Alicia Cullen put Killenagh in front but two goals from Shauna Wall sent the Ballywilliam girls through to the final. U-14 LEAGUE
Forth Celtic moved into second in Division 1 with a 2-1 win at home to Campile United, while Seaview United sit top of Division 2 after wins over Moyne Rangers and Tombrack United. This division will split into two once the initial eight games are played, with the top four teams playing off for the 2A title and the bottom five competiting in 2B. U-16 CUP AND LEAGUE
North End United progressed to the final of the Ger Dunne Under-16 Cup when overcoming Kilmore United in a thrilling semi-final on Good Friday in Belvedere. Niamh Moore and Jo Cousins scored for Kilmore but two goals from Sara Byrne and one from Jessica Beary put the town girls through 3-2. WOMEN'S LEAGUE AND CUPS
Killenagh ensured Premier soccer in the club next season when overcoming North End United 3-1 in their final match of the season, a defeat that relegates the Wexford town side back to Division 1. Shauna Carley was on target for North End but goals from Samantha Horan, Niamh McManus and Marian Cardiff gave Wanderers the points. In Division 2A, Tombrack United also ensured their safety in the division with a 5-1 win away to Forth Celtic thanks to two goals each from Mary Doyle and Emma Lacey and one from Paula Lacey, while Áine Hayes scored for Celtic.
St. Cormac's and Tramore FC will contest the Michelle Coleman Cup final after both recorded 3-1 wins at home to Enniscorthy Town and Seaview United respectively. Louise Molloy scored for Town but two goals from Shauna Sinnott and one from Michelle Darcy put the Boolavogue girls into their fourth Michelle Coleman Cup final in a row. Tramore and Seaview played out another thriller as these sides met for the fifth time this season, with the Waterford side progressing thanks to goals from Vanessa Ogbonna, Amy Nolan and Niamh Walsh, while Seaview's goal came from a Tramore defender deflecting a Sonja Murphy shot to her own net.
Shelburne and Wexford Celtic made it through to the Boland Carpets Cup final after comfortable semi-final wins. A second-half blitz from Shelburne saw them beat Taghmon 8-2 thanks to two goals each from Leona Breen and Siobhán Grant-Moorehead and one each from Marcella Cullen, Tara Kennedy, Gina Foley and Mary Tyrell.
Wexford Celtic saw off Fastnet Rovers in similar fashion with a 7-1 win courtesy of four goals from Michelle Murphy and one each from Lisa Marie Doyle, Shirley Roche and Elva Lynch. Caitríona Kelly scored for Fastnet
Castledockrell travelled to Rosslare Rangers in the semi-final of the Etchingham Cup and shocked the in-form home side with a 3-0 victory, with Deirdre Codd, Kelly Ann Murphy and Bernie Coleman all on target. They will meet league winners Shillelagh United who overcame Courtown Hibs in a thrilling semi-final, with Fiona Byrne and Jamie Brownrigg scoring in a 2-0 win.