Seav­iew and All Blacks share spoils

Wexford People - - SPORT -

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.

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