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Sunday 23 September 2018

Five-star All Blacks too good for Celtic

Ger Dunne U-16 Cup: All Blacks 5, New Ross Celtic 0: The home side booked their place in the last eight of the Ger Dunne Cup with a 5-0 win over New Ross Celtic who worked very hard but could not match the fire power of the victors.

Niamh Rees, Sarah O'Donoghue and Seren Ward all scored a goal each, with Katelyn Boggan on target twice.

Bunclody A.F.C. 3, Curracloe United 0: Holders Bunclody are through to the quarter-finals after they overcame Division 1 leaders Curracloe United in a very competitive and entertaining cup tie. Katie Moynihan, Lara Walsh and Niamh McHugh were all on target for the home side.

Adamstown F.C. 4, St. Joseph's 1: Ciara Lyons was on target for St. Joseph's but it was not enough against a dominant Adamstown side who were good value for their 4-1 win.

A goal from Cora Banville and a hat-trick from Chloe Doyle saw the home side through to the quarter-finals.

Arklow Town 1, North End United 2: North End made the long journey to Arklow a worthwhile one as they eventually overcame the home side by the odd goal in three.

Katie Law scored both goals for North End to put them through to the last eight.

St. Leonards 3, Moyne Rangers 0: Premier leaders St. Leonards proved too strong for Division 2 leaders Moyne Rangers and are through to the quarter-finals after this 3-0 win.

Moyne gave a good account of themselves but found the home side too strong on the day, and goals from Jessica Ryan, Jennah Molloy and Molly Crowdle saw them into the last eight.

Camolin Celtic 0, Tombrack United 9: Premier side Tombrack proved too strong for a young Camolin side and ran out comfortable winners to book their place in the quarter-final draw.

Becky Connaughton, Zoe Tobin-Cosgrave, Lucy Kemple, Nadine Fortune and Mary Claire McCrea were all on target for the visitors.

U-16 Division 1

Aughrim Rangers 0, Courtown Hibs 3: Courtown Hibs travelled to Aughrim and came away with the three points that moved them off the bottom of the table.

Emma Lynch, Holly Tobin and Zara McNeill were all on target for Hibs who were picking up their first win of the season.

U-16 Division 2

Wexford Youths 3, Corach Ramblers 1: The home side have moved into a challenging position in this division after they picked up their fifth win of the season in this 3-1 win over Corach.

Aisling Waters was on target for the visitors, but two goals from Aliat Kotun and one from Ruth Hendrick gave Youths victory.

U-18 seven-a-side

New Ross Town 5, Carnew FC 1: Town picked up their second win of the season when overcoming Carnew 5-1.

Jenny Canning and Jenny O'Keefe scored two each with Sandra Murphy also finding the net.

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