Seasiders through to semi-final
CURRACLOE UNITED progressed through to the last four of the Under-14 Cup when travelling to St. Cormac's and winning 6-1.
Amy Walsh scored for St. Cormac's but five goals from Aleisha Cullen and one from Gemma McCabe saw the Premier side through.
The remaining quarter-final between Rathnure and Tombrack was played on Monday but we did not have a result in time for going to print.
In Division 1, leaders Kilmore United were held to a scoreless draw by a battling St. Joseph's side who were good value for their point, although the home side did hit the crossbar twice.
In Division 2A, leaders North End travelled to Corach Ramblers and picked up three points that keep them clear at the top, with Zoe Doyle, Katie O'Leary and Danielle Kehoe all scoring for the Wexford side while Geraldine Curtis replied for Ramblers.
Closest challengers Campile also won when beating near neighbours Duncannon 3-0 thanks to goals from Meghan Murphy, Hannah Murphy and Meghan Whitty.
In Division 2B, Forth Celtic received a walkover from Moyne Rangers and moved clear at the top of the table.
Their day improved when one of their closest challengers, Courtown Hibs, were held to a scoreless draw in St. Leonards.