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New Ross Celtic girls shock Bunclody

U-14 Cup first round: New Ross Celtic 2, Bunclody A.F.C. 1: The home side caused a minor upset in the cup when knocking Division 2A team Bunclody out in a very close and entertaining match.

Catherine O'Connor was on target for the visitors, while Caoimhe Keher-Murtagh and Keelin Jensen scored for New Ross Celtic.

Gorey Rangers 5, Bree United 2: Grace Donohue scored both goals for Bree in this cup tie, but it was not enough as Rangers progressed to the second round courtesy of this 5-2 win.

Yasmine Aillan and Siun Murdiff scored two each, with Learna Kinsella also on target for the home side as all the goals came in the first-half.

Curracloe United 7, Courtown Hibs 0: Curracloe comfortably booked their place in the second round when proving too strong for Courtown Hibs.

Rebecca Fanning and Caoimhe Wheeling scored two each, with Caitlin Rossiter, Nicole Gillen and Emma Cullen also on target.

Rosslare Strand 0, Tombrack United 8: Tombrack travelled to Rosslare and overcame a young home side and book a second round meeting with North End. Ana Dragusan scored four with Zoe Tobin-Cosgrave adding a hat-trick, while her twin sister Amy also got on the scoresheet.

Arklow Town 0, New Ross Town 5: New Ross Town made the long journey to Arklow Town a beneficial one as they booked their place in the last 16 courtesy of this 5-0 win.

Ella Nolan scored a hat-trick for Town, with Aoibh Thomas and Leah Ryan adding a goal each.

U-14 Premier

Seaview United 2, Ballindaggin A.F.C. 0: The home side are well in contention for honours in this division, while Ballindaggin are beginning to drift away from safety after this match in Mersheen.

Erin Foley-Saunders and Ava White-Keating were both on target for a well-organised Seaview United side.

U-14 Division 1

Forth Celtic 4, Wexford Youths 7: Loads of goals and excitement between these two young sides saw Youths eventually taking the points in this eleven-goal thriller.

Vicky Breen with three and Niamh Dempsey made up the home side's tally ,while Keira Payne scored four times for Wexford Youths, to add to goals from Cliona Kearney, Ava Kearney and Katie Sweetman.

U-14 Division 2B

Bridge Rovers 5, Carnew F.C. 0: Bridge made it four wins from four games as they comfortably overcame Carnew with five goals to spare.

Olivia Morris, Katie Carroll, Maeve Hayes, Caoimhe Byrne and Aobhe Manley were all on the scoresheet for the impressive home side.

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