ALL BLACKS continued their good season on the silverware front when they lifted the Divisional Shield with a comprehensive 7-1 win over Killenagh Wanderers.
All the damage was done in the opening 20 minutes when All Blacks took control and led 4-1 at the break.
A further three second-half goals saw them run out 7-1 winners against a Killenagh side who worked hard but could not restrict the firepower of the young All Blacks side.
Abigail Clarke scored four for the winners, with Eleanor Kehoe, Niamh Rees and Amy Goldsmith all adding a goal each.
Shelburne remain well in contention for the Division 1 title after travelling to Wexford Bohs midweek and coming away 3-1 winners.
Mary Kaylan-Goodall was on target for the home side with Katie Murphy scoring twice for the visitors to add to a goal from Eimear Murphy.
Adamstown collected a handy three points on Sunday when New Ross Town were unable to field enough players for their scheduled fixture.
Mary Kaylan-Goodall scored both goals for Bohs on Sunday as they overcame Camolin 2-1, with Sarah McCormack on target for the visitors.
Kiltealy Celtic prepared for their ‘Flash’ Dunne Wexford Cup semi-final with an 8-3 victoryover Camolin in Division 2 on Thursday, a win that moves them mid-table. Ciara Roban and Rachel Casey scored two goals each, with Sarah Kehoe adding four.
Courtown continue to lead the way in Division 2 after a 6-0 win away to Kilkenny United thanks to a Marian Cardiff hat-trick, two goals from Sonya Redmond, and one from Cevil Rothwell.
Seaview United’s second team booked their place in the final of the Gaynor Cup when they eventually overcame a strong challenge from Fastnet Rovers on Wednesday.
Annie Breen had Fastnet 1-0 up, but two goals from Jennah Molloy and one from Ciaradh Connolly saw Seaview through to their first final at this level.