Wexford Celtic claim the title
WEXFORD CELTIC clinched the Under-10 schoolgirls' Division 3 title on Wednesday evening last when travelling to Ballycullane and overcoming second-placed St. Leonards by one goal.
St. Leonards 0 Wexford Celtic 1
Celtic's goal came midway through the second-half and they were presented with their trophy at the end of the game by Wexford Football League Treasurer, Seán Parker.
Bunclody AFC 1 Ballindaggin 0
A thrilling match on Wednesday evening saw Bunclody leapfrog Ballindaggin to clinch the Under-14 Division 2A league title in a very exciting encounter. Bunclody took an early lead midway through the first-half when some good work between Kate Hendrick and Britney Conroy saw Kate break through to score. Ballindaggin went in search of an equaliser and with eight minutes to go were awarded a penalty, but Bunclody 'keeper Róisín Kelly made a great save and the the home side held on to clinch the title.
Forth Celtic 4 Seaview United 1
With Bunclody withdrawing from Under-16 Division 1, Forth Celtic had already clinched the title before this game against promotion-chasing Seaview on Wednesday evening.
Republic of Ireland Under-17 international Ciara Rossiter was making her first appearance since her recent serious injury and showed she had not lost her scoring touch when netting all four for the home side. League committee member, Martin Cahill, was on hand to present the trophy to the winning captain.