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Monday 23 July 2018

Tombrack turn on the style in second-half

Ger Dunne U-16 Cup round: Tombrack United 4, Courtown Hibs 1: After an even first-half where the sides went in at 1-1, Tombrack controlled the second-half and booked their place in the second round with a 4-1 win. Shauna McGovern gave the home side the lead but Katelynn Tompkins had Hibs back on level terms ten minutes before half-time.

Shauna scored her second early in the second-half, with Lucy Kemble and Zoe Tobin-Cosgrave wrapping up the result.

Moyne Rangers 2, Aughrim Rangers 0: Moyne continued their impressive season with a cup win over Aughrim to book a second round trip to St. Leonards in two weeks' time. Goals from Shauna Redmond and Shanice O'Reilly put the home side through to the last 16.

U-16 Premier Division

Ballindaggin F.C. 0, Bunclody A.F.C. 2: Bunclody remain in touch with the leaders after this 2-0 win away to Ballindaggin. Lara Walsh scored in the first-half for the visitors before Catherine O'Connor registered in the second-half to ensure the three points.

U-16 Division 1

Curracloe United 3, North End United 0: The home side have moved five points clear at the top of the table after this 3-0 win over North End.

Goals from Clara O'Leary, Nicole Gillen and Ella Wright gave Curracloe their fourth win of the season.

U-16 Division 2

Arklow Town 2, St. Joseph's 1: Arklow moved up to third in the table when they overcame St. Joseph's 2-1 in a very exciting end-to-end encounter with both sides producing attacking football.

Ella Jenkinson and Katie Davis were on target for a home side which has now moved into contention for the title after this win.

Corach Ramblers 4, Adamstown 6: A strong first-half performance from Adamstown proved to be the difference between the sides as they led 3-0 at the break thanks to a goal from Méabh Wickham and two from Chloe Doyle.

However, the second-half was much more even with Corach Ramblers coming back to 2-3, 3-4 and 4-5 before finally going down 6-4.

Aisling Waters and Niamh Miller scored two each for Ramblers while Chloe Doyle completed her hat-trick, with Karolina Jaglarz and Ellen Duggan rounding off the scoring for the away team.

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