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Sunday 22 July 2018

Seasiders turn on the style to move to the top of table

U-11 Premier Division: Wexford Youths 2, Curracloe United 5: Curracloe joined New Ross Town at the top of the table after this 5-2 win away to Wexford Youths who worked hard but found the visitors defence difficult to break down.

Siofra Gabbett and Layla Stafford were the scorers for Youths while two goals each from Polly Redmond and Zara Corrigan and one from Cara Parker gave Curracloe their third win of the season.

Ballindaggin FC 0, All Blacks 1: All Blacks travelled to Ballycarney on Saturday and recorded their first win of the season as they overcame a young home side 1-0.

U-11 Division 1

Bunclody AFC 2, Fastnet Rovers 0: The home side remain unbeaten and just two points behind leaders Tombrack after this 2-0 win at home to Fastnet.

Lauren Jordan and Mia Dunne both scored a goal each to give Bunclody their second win of the season.

St. Leonards 0, Bridge Rovers 2: Bridge Rovers travelled to St. Leonards and moved back into contention for the title after they came away 2-0 winners against a young home side.

Aoife McEldowney scored both goals for Rovers to give them a vital three points.

U-11 Division 2A

Rosslare Strand 4, St. Joseph's 4: These two young sides played out a thrilling 4-4 draw, a result that keeps Strand in contention for the title. Scarlet Bright scored twice for the home side with Lucia Donohoe and Ellie Redmond also finding the net.

Seaview United 2, Shelburne FC 2: This top of the table clash saw both sides produce an exciting encounter with a 2-2 draw at the end which sees them both remaining first and second in what looks to be a closely-contested division.

Keelin Barron scored both goals for Shelburne while Louise Walsh and Marie MacDonald were on target for Seaview.

Forth Celtic 0, Cushinstown AFC 5: Cushinstown are well in contention for the title after they travelled to Forth Celtic and ran out comfortable 5-0 winners to record their second win of the season.

U-11 Division 2B

Aughrim Rangers 3, Carnew FC 1: Aughrim picked up their first win of the season when they overcame near neighbours Carnew 3-1.

Karen O'Brien was on target for Carnew but goals from Poppy Jordan, Aine Darcy and Ava Stapleton gave the home side all three points.

U-11 Division 3

Corach Ramblers 0, New Ross Town 2nds 4: New Ross Town's second team have moved into contention in the table after they travelled to Corach and came away 4-0 winners.

Ciara Nolan scored two for the winners with Clara Walshe and Sarah O'Leary also finding the net.

Adamstown 2, Bridge Rovers 2nds 0: Adamstown recorded their first win of the season when they overcame Bridge Rovers in a division that is already looking to be very competitive.

U-14 Premier Division

Seaview United 2, Curracloe United 4: Curracloe came away from Seaview 4-2 winners and with the three points that moves them clear at the top of the table.

Jamie Walsh and Hazel Hickey were on target for Seaview while Anna Dempsey, Rebecca Fanning, Clara O'Leary and Caitlin Rossiter all scored for the visitors.

U-14 Division 1

Aughrim Rangers 4, Forth Celtic 1: A young Forth Celtic side made the long journey to Aughrim Rangers but had no answer to the strong home side who ran out 4-1 winners.

Myrinn Hynd scored for Forth while Laci Jane Shannon scored two to add to a goal each from Abigail Whitney and Aoife Stafford for the home side.

Wexford Youths 1, New Ross Town 4: New Ross Town moved into a mid-table position after this 4-1 away to Wexford Youths.

Katie Sweetman was on target for the home side.

U-14 Division 2A

Tombrack United 1, Bunclody AFC 2: Bunclodyhave moved up the table when they came away from this local derby in Tombrack 2-1 winners. Amy Tobin Cosgrave was on target for the home side while Katie Moynihan scored both goals for the visitors.

Arklow Town 0, Moyne Rangers 11: Moyne have opened a gap at the top of the table after this massive win away to Arklow Town which was their fourth win of the season. Kerri Burt scored four while Erin Carley and Amy Shannon scored a hat-trick each, while Jade Vrowne also found the net.

U-14 Division 2B

Bree United 0, St. Cormac's 5: St. Cormac's made it four wins from four games and sit top of the table after this 5-0 win away to Bree United. Emerson Doran scored a hat-trick for the Boolavogue girls with Jessica Foran and Bronagh Kenny also scoring to give them the points to move clear at the top.

Carnew FC 0, Bridge Rovers 4: Bridge Rovers moved up to second in the table after they made the long journey to Carnew and came away 4-0 winners. Olivia Morris, Maeve Hayes, Katie Carroll and Shannon Doyle were all on target for the winners.

U-18 Sevens

Carnew FC 0, Tombrack United 15: Five goals from Shannon McGovern set Tombrack well on the way to a big victory away to a hard-working young Carnew side.

Nicola Ryan scored a hat-trick while Tia Byrne and Breda Cushen added two each while Leanne Kenny, Kelli Maguire and Becky Connaughton all scored one each.

Women's Premier One

Seaview United 9, Bree United 0: Seaview made it five wins from five games as they overcame Bree 9-0 to go into the new year as leaders in the Premier Division.

Catherine Doyle, Sonja Murphy, Ali Staats and Lisa Dower all scored two goals each with Maebh Kehoe also finding the net.

Women's Division 2A/2B

Fastnet Rovers 2, Forth Celtic 10: Forth Celtic seem to be scoring goals for fun and go into the new year top of Division 2A as they overcame Fastnet Rovers 10-2.

Eadaoin Miskella and Annie Breen were on target for Fastnet while Sarah Siggins, with a hat-trick, Lauren Roche, Natasha Byrne Rossiter and Emma Clarke with two each and Rianna Cullen with one gave Forth all three points.

Corach Ramblers 0, Courtown Hibs 3: Courtown have moved up to second in the table after this win away to Corach Ramblers.

Sarah Lynch and Marian Cardiff had Hibs 2-0 up at half-time and an Aoife Gleeson goal five minutes from time wrapped up the win.

Season's Greetings

The Wexford and District Women's and Schoolgirls League would like to wish all our clubs, referees and supporters a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

We will be taking a break now and will be back on January 6th with Under-12s and 16s and Sunday January 7th with a round of Women's fixtures.

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