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Five-star Curracloe are too strong for Courtown

U-12 Premier Division: Curracloe United 5, Courtown Hibs 0: The home side sit joint top of the table as we head into the Christmas break after they overcame Courtown Hibs 5-0.

Polly Redmond and Emma Cullen scored two each for Curracloe with Zara Corrigan also finding the net.

All Blacks 0, New Ross Town 1: Town made it four wins from four games and are slight favourites for the Premier title after this hard-earned win away to All Blacks.

The home side will be disappointed not to have got at least something from this game but it was New Ross who left Mayglass with the three points thanks to an Ella Nolan goal.

U-12 Division 1

New Ross Celtic 7, St. Leonards 1: Five goals from Aoife Kielthy set New Ross Celtic well on the way to taking all three points in this game against a young enthusiastic St. Leonards side.

Maeve Bookey scored the other two for Celtic while Deireann Rossiter was on target for the visitors.

U-12 Division 2A

Bridge Rovers 4, Moyne Rangers 0: The Castlebridge girls go into the break five points clear at the top of the table after this 4-0 win at home to Moyne early Saturday morning.

Two goals each from Olivia Morris and Mia Denton gave Bridge their fifth win out of five games.

Gorey Rangers 3, Adamstown 6: Adamstown are one of the teams that can catch Bridge and came away from Ramstown 6-3 winners to keep the pressure on the leaders.

Megan Martin scored four for the winners with Eilis Roche and Cara McDonald adding a goal each while Ella Wan and Lucia Kavanagh with two made up the Gorey Rangers tally.

U-12 Division 2B

Seaview United 0, St. Joseph's 7: St. Joseph's edged a point clear at the top of the table when they overcame a young Seaview side who are improving with every game.

Cody Hearne, Erin Lavin, Kaycee O'Connor, Catherine Harney, Jasmine Furlong, Rachel Harney and Lily May Tohill were all on target for the winners.

Ferns United 1, Carnew FC 1: Carnew are becoming draw specialists in this division as they travelled to Ferns and recorded their third draw of the season while the home side were picking up their first point of the season.

Ellie Kate Larkin scored for Ferns while Chloe Massey was on target for the visitors.

Bree United 3, Shelburne AFC 1: Bree made it four wins from four games when they overcame another of the divisional title challengers Shelburne in a thrilling and competitive game.

Keelin Barron scored for the visitors but goals from Aoife Fortune, Abbie Doyle and Grace Donohue kept Bree's one hundred per cent record alive.

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