Thursday 22 March 2018

Six of the best for super seasiders

U-12 Premier Division: Curracloe United 6, Ballindaggin F.C. 0: The home side took a few minutes to settle into this game but once they got their rhythm going there was no stopping them as they ran out 6-0 winners.

Polly Redmond and Emma Cullen scored a hat-trick apiece against a battling Ballindaggin side who competed well but could not find the net.

U-12 Division 1

St. Leonards 1, Wexford Youths 5: Wexford Youths travelled to St. Leonards and remain in contention for the title after this 5-1 win over a young home side.

Katie Ryan scored for the hosts but two goals each from Cliona Kearney and Sophie Kotun and one goal for Jenna Kirwan gave Youths their third win of the season.

New Ross Celtic 4, North End United 1: Aoife Kielthy was the heroine in this game and scored all four goals for the home side, ensuring the three points that keep Celtic top of the table. Mika Lawlor was on target for a rapidly-improving North End side.

U-12 Division 2B

Seaview United 0, Bree United 12: Bree remain well in contention for the title as they travelled to Seaview and proved too strong for the young home side.

Grace Donohue, Ciara Byrne and Aoibhe Duggan all scored two each, but Aoife Fortune was in top form as she grabbed five.

Shelburne United 0, Cushinstown A.F.C. 1: Cushinstown remain well in touch with the leaders after they travelled to Shelburne and picked up a vital three points with a one-goal win over the home side who are also well in contention for the title. Aoife Byrne scored the only goal of a very close and competitive game

New Ross Town 1, Ferns United 2: Ferns recorded their first win at this age group when they overcame New Ross Town's second team in very difficult conditions, with the pitch feeling the worse for wear when the game was over.

Shauna Power was on target for the home side but goals from Anna Kavanagh and Ellie Kate Larkin gave Ferns their historic victory.

St. Joseph's 6, Carnew F.C. 0: The home side remain top of the table after this comfortable win over an understrength Carnew side. Two goals from Kaycee O'Connor and one each from Erin Lavin, Lilly May Tohill, Aine Mooney and Cody Hearne gave St. Joseph's their fifth win of the season.

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