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Elaine Hall scoring a goal for Killenagh Wanderers in their 3-1 win over Camolin Celtic.

Elaine Hall scoring a goal for Killenagh Wanderers in their 3-1 win over Camolin Celtic.

Anna Doyle making a clearance for Killenagh Wanderers in their victory over Camolin Celtic.

Anna Doyle making a clearance for Killenagh Wanderers in their victory over Camolin Celtic.

Amy Connors racing on to the ball for Camolin Celtic in their defeat to Killenagh Wanderers.

Amy Connors racing on to the ball for Camolin Celtic in their defeat to Killenagh Wanderers.

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Elaine Hall scoring a goal for Killenagh Wanderers in their 3-1 win over Camolin Celtic.

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FERNS UNITED kept alive their chances of the Premier title and killed off Forth Celtic’s when the sides met on Sunday and Ferns ran out 4-2 winners.

It was a match attended by a large crowd who were served up an entertaining encounter, with Ferns coming from behind twice to take the points.

Sarah Siggins and Laura Stafford were on target for Forth while Rachel Collier scored two for the home side, with Hayley Nolan and Leona Breen adding one each.

Shelburne United moved top of Division 1 after they travelled to New Ross Town and came away 4-3 winners.

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Aoife Kielthy scored a hat-trick for the home side, while two goals from Katie Murphy and one each from Eimear Murphy and Kate O’Keeffe gave Shelburne a crucial victory in their quest for the title.

Killenagh Wanderers booked their place in the Boland Carpets Cup semi-finals when they overcame Camolin Celtic 3-1 on Sunday.

Siobhán Finn scored for Celtic, with Therese Redmond, Aoife Whelan and Elaine Hall on target for Killenagh.

Kiltealy Celtic moved into second place in the Division 2 table when they travelled to Thomastown and overcame Kilkenny United 7-3.

Kate Drennan scored two for the home side with Rachel Doyle also on target, while Ciara Roban was in incredible form for Kiltealy as she netted six, with Sarah Kehoe also scoring.

Seaview United booked their place in their second final of the season when they played Fastnet Rovers in the Division 3 Cup on Monday evening and progressed on a 2-0 scoreline.

Goals from Jamie Walsh and Jennah Molloy saw Seaview through to a cup final meeting with either All Blacks or Cushinstown.


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