Sunday 8 December 2019

Three's the magic number for Town

U-11 Premier Division: New Ross Town 3, Ballindaggin FC 0: Town made it three wins from three games and sit top of the table after this 3-0 win over Ballindaggin. Ciara Nolan scored twice for the home side with Caoimhe Cassin also finding the net.

U-11 Division 1

Tombrack United 1, Bunclody AFC 1: These two local rivals remain unbeaten after they played out a highly-entertaining 1-1 draw, a result that leaves them both well in contention for the title. Mikayla Tobin-Cosgrave gave Tombrack a first-half lead, with Lauren Jordan levelling the game five minutes from time to earn Bunclody a point.

Bridge Rovers 2, Fastnet Rovers 1: Rovers kept alive their hopes of catching the leaders when they overcame Fastnet Rovers 2-1 in a very competitive match.

Ruth McMahon was on target for a hard-working Fastnet side but goals from Keira Carroll and Aoife McEldowney gave Bridge victory.

U-11 Division 2A

Cushinstown AFC 0, Seaview United 0: Defences dominated in this match in Terrerath, with neither side able to find a way through on goal and both managers content with a point at the end. Seaview remain unbeaten and move up to second after this draw.

Rosslare Strand 4, Forth Celtic 2: Strand are well in contention in this division after they overcame Forth Celtic 4-2 to move up to third.

Aoibheann Clarke scored twice for Celtic while two goals from Lucia Donohoe and one each from Scarlet Black and Aaleigh McMahon gave Strand all three points.

Shelburne United 1, St. Joseph's 0: Shelburne made it three wins from three games and sit top of the table after this single goal victory over a St. Joseph's side which worked hard from start to finish. Ciara Wilson scored the only goal of a very close-fought encounter.

U-11 Division 2B

Courtown Hibs 3, Ferns United 0: Hibs lead the way in this division after overcoming a determined effort from Ferns United to win 3-0 in a cold and foggy Courtown.

Both sides played some excellent football but it was one player who made the difference as Izzy Kenna scored a hat-trick to give the home side victory.

U-11 Division 3

New Ross Town 1, Wexford Youths 0: Town's second team picked up their first win of the season when they overcame Youths' second team in a very close game between two evenlymatched teams.

Sarah O'Leary scored the only goal of the game to give her young side victory

New Ross Celtic 3, Bridge Rovers 1: Paige Gainfort was on target for Bridge Rovers but it was not enough for the visitors as Celtic made it three wins from three games to move top of the table. Aimee Merrigan, Moya Corbett and Aaliyah Annimashaun were all on target for the winners.

Adamstown 2, Ballindaggin 5: Ballindaggin's second team picked up their second win of the season to move second in the table after this 5-2 win over a young Adamstown side.

Emma Deegan scored a hat-trick for the visitors with Aoife O'Gorman and Chloe Doyle also finding the net, while Niamh Kehoe scored both goals for the home side.

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