Seaview and All Blacks share spoils
Seaview United 2, All Blacks 2: This division is already shaping up to be one of the most competitive in the league, and this 2-2 draw between two of the contenders is proof that the standard at this age group is quite high.
Ciaradh Connolly and Ava White-Keating were on target for the home side while Aoibheann Rankin and Aoife Devereux scored for current league leaders All Blacks.
Ballindaggin 0, Curracloe United 4: Curracloe are also well in contention in the table as they travelled to Ballycarney and overcame last season’s double winners, Ballindaggin, 4-0. Keeva Campbell, Emma Cullen, Clara O’Leary and Nicole Gillen all scored for a dominant visiting side.
Wexford Youths 6, Forth Celtic 3: Youths came out on top in the battle of the bottom two sides as they overcame a young Forth Celtic side 6-3.
Keira Payne continued her good scoring form for the season with a hat-trick to add to goals from Gráinne Ní hAilín, Sofia Kotun and Cliona Kearney, while Sinéad Cullen scored two for Celtic with Muireann Hayes also finding the net.
Adamstown 3, North End United 0: The home team are looking very impressive at this age group this season and made it four wins from four games when they overcame North End 3-0. Karolina Jaglarz, Cora Banville and Chloe O’Toole were all on target for Adamstown.
Gorey Rangers 5, Rosslare Rangers 1: Gorey moved up to second in the table after overcoming a young Rangers side 5-1 in Ramstown on Saturday afternoon.
Tegan Fortune was on target for Rosslare but two goals from Lola Paradinas and one each from Clodagh Funge, Hannah Redmond and Siun Murdiff gave the home side all three points.
St. Joseph’s 7, Tombrack United 2: A young, understrength Tombrack side had no answer to a strong St. Joseph’s who picked up their first win of the season and moved up to third in the table courtesy of this win.
Zoe Tobin-Cosgrave and Abbie Walsh scored for Tombrack while Sarah Walsh hit four, Rita Redmond added two and Emily Reilly also found the net to give the home side a welldeserved win.
Bunclody AFC 1, Moyne Rangers 3: Moyne Rangers moved to the top of the table when they travelled to Bunclody and came away 3-1 winners, giving them their third win and moving two points clear.
Kelsey Ryan, Cassie O’Rourke and Kerri Burt all scored for Moyne while Heather Boyce was on target for Bunclody.
Bree United 5, Cushinstown AFC 0: The top five in this division are only divided by three points and have moved away from the other three teams, and Bree are one of those five as they overcame Cushinstown 5-0.
Abby Doyle scored a hat-trick for the home side while Aoife Fortune and Aoibhe Donegan were also on target for the winners.
Seaview United 3, Rosslare Strand 4: Rosslare Strand travelled to Seaview and came away 4-3 winners against a young home side who will feel unlucky not to have taken at least a point from this game. Ava WhiteKeating scored twice for the home side while Molly O’Shea also found the net, with Clara Murphy, Ella Conroy and two goals from Nina May Brady giving Strand victory.
St. Cormac’s 3, Bridge Rovers 2 (abandoned in 65th minute): This game was abandoned with less than five minutes remaining due to issues surrounding the goal that gave St. Cormac’s a 3-2 lead in what was a very closely-fought and exciting encounter. The decision on the destination of the points will now rest with the Wexford Women’s and Schoolgirls’ committee.