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Murphy hat-trick lifts McCrory Cup

U-10 Muriel McCrory Cup

Loughshinney Utd ... ..............................0

Dunshaughlin Yths ... .............................4

Aaron Murphy was the hat-trick hero for Dunshaughlin Youths on Saturday afternoon as his three goals saw Dunshaughlin Youths claim the U-10 Muriel McCrory Cup. Unsurprisingly Murphy's hat-trick also saw his claim player of the match. John McDonnagh got Dunshaughlin's fourth goal.

U-10 Atlantic Homecare Cup

Lusk United ... ... ... ......................... ... ... ..1

Ratoath Harps ... ... ......................... ... ... .0

A solitary goal from Lusk United's Boyd Boardman was enough for his side to claim the honours in the U-10 Atlantic Homecare Cup Final although some heroics were needed from United 'keeper Ben Farrelly. He saved a late penalty to ensure the trophy went back to North County Dublin.

U-10 Irish Rail Cup

Glebe North FC ... ... ............................. ... .1

Ratoath Harps ... ... ... .......................... ... 2

A brace from Brandon Barnes-Fassnidge ensured Ratoath Harps left Coolock with at least one cup as they came from behind to defeat Glebe North in the Under 10 Irish Rail Final. Chiveau Ucherau fired Glebe ahead but two strikes before half time from Barnes-Fassnidge turned the game on its head.

U-10 Dr Michael Woods Cup

Skerries Town ... ... ... .......................... ... .2

Balscadden Boys ... ... ........................... ... 1

Goals from Marvellous Onome and team Captain Liam Cullen saw Skerries Town see off Balscadden Boys to win the U-10 Dr Michael Woods Cup. Skerries raced two goals clear before Joey McGrath pulled one back for Balscadden.

U-11 NDSL Cup

Kinsealy Boys ... ... .......................... ... ... .0

Kinnegad Juniors ... ............................ ... .7

Kinnegad Juniors produced their own magnificent seven to win the U-11 NDSL Cup. Leading 1-0 at the break through Ruaidhri Bracken's goal – Kinnegad scored six in the second half. Luke Lawlor, Callum Cruise, Adam Hoary, and own goal and a Barry Thompson double made it 7-0.

U-16 MGL Subsidiary Cup

Castleknock Celtic ... ..............................0

Trim Celtic ... ... ... ... ......................... ... ... .1

Moira Kirby's goal was enough for Trim Celtic to take the U-16 MGL Subsidiary Cup back to County Meath on Saturday afternoon as they eventually saw off Castleknock Celtic. Celtic where unlucky not to at least force extra time and their efforts were highlighted by Emma Boyle winning the player of the match award.

U-16 MGL Irish Rail Cup

St Joseph's Girls ... ............................. ... .1

Peamount United ... ..................................5

Peamount United won the U-16 MGL Irish Rail Cup in emphatic style on Saturday afternoon. Goals by Danielle Murphy, Alice Linehan, Chloe Murphy and a second half double from Eleanor Ryan Doyle put United five ahead before St Joseph's got a late consolation through Niamh Prior.

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