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Magical Moyne into the last eight

U-12 Cup second round: Seaview United 0, Moyne Rangers 8: Moyne comfortably progressed to the quarter-finals of the cup when they travelled to Fethard and beat the young home side 8-0.

Cassie O'Rourke scored a hat-trick, with Leah Shannon and Kaitlyn Conroy adding two each while Katie Whelan also got her name on the scoresheet.

Curracloe United 9, North End United 0: Premier leaders Curracloe United proved far too strong for North End and moved into the last eight courtesy of this 9-0 win.

Polly Redmond continued her good scoring form as she claimed a personal tally of seven, while Zara Corrigan and Caoimhe Carley were also on target.

Bree United 3, Forth Celtic 0: Division 2B side Bree United booked their place in the quarter-finals when they overcame Forth Celtic 3-0 and could be a team that the Premier outfits would like to avoid in the draw.

Aoife Fortune scored twice with Grace Donohue also finding the net.

Wexford Youths 2, St. Joseph's 0: In a very closely-contested cup tie played on an excellent surface in Ferrycarrig, Wexford Youths eventually made it through to the quarter-finals.

Jane Murphy and Cliona Kearney were on target for the home side, although St. Joseph's were well in contention for long periods of the game.

Shelburne United 4, New Ross Celtic 8: This cup tie saw Ross Celtic eventually come out on top in this twelve-goal thriller.

Milly Sutton and Caitlin Gaffney both scored one each for Shelburne, with Neala Barron adding two, but an incredible seven goals from Aoife Kielthy and one from Maeve Bookie saw Celtic through to the last eight.

Aughrim Rangers 4, Adamstown 0: These two sides are involved in a three-way tussle at the top of Division 2A, but it was Aughrim who came out on top in this cup tie to make it through to the quarter-finals.

Two goals from Chloe Sheehy and one each from Ciara Connolly and Sarah Doyle saw the Wicklow side through.

All Blacks 0, New Ross Town 4: Holders New Ross Town are doing all they can to retain their cup as they travelled to fellow Premier side All Blacks and came away 4-0 winners.

Ella Nolan and Emma Rossiter scored a goal each for New Ross Town, with Leah Ryan finding the net twice.

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