U-12 Cup first round: Ferns United 0, St. Joseph's 2: St. Joseph's progressed to the last 16 of the Under-12 Cup when they travelled to Ferns and came away 2-0 winners.
Goals from Kaycee O'Connor and Millie Lotts set up a second round game away to Wexford Youths in two weeks' time.
U-12 Premier Division
Courtown Hibs 0, Ballindaggin F.C. 1: Ballindaggin moved up to a relatively safe mid-table position after they travelled to Courtown Hibs and took all three points courtesy of a 1-0 win.
Jade Conroy scored the all-important goal for the visitors late on in a very competitive game that looked to be heading to a scoreless draw.
U-12 Division 1
St. Leonards 0, New Ross Celtic 7: New Ross Celtic remain three points clear at the top of the table after this 7-0 win away to a young St. Leonards side.
Wexford Youths 4, North End United 0: This win for Wexford Youths keeps them in contention for the league title as they overcame North End 4-0.
Angel Doyle scored twice with Cliona Kearney and Sophiat Kurba also finding the net to take the three points.
U-12 Division 2A
Moyne Rangers 0, Aughrim Rangers 4: Aughrim Rangers moved up to third in the table and are well in touch with the top two after this 4-0 win away to Moyne.
Ciara Connolly and Sarah Doyle scored two goals each for the Wicklow side to give them their fourth win of the season.
Kilmore United 0, Bridge Rovers 9: Leaders Bridge Rovers were far too strong for Kilmore and ran out comfortable 9-0 winners to remain unbeaten and two points clear at the top of the table.
Mia Denton and Olivia Morris scored a hat-trick each for Rovers, with Aoife McEldowney adding two goals and Ella Walsh also finding the net.
Adamstown 3, Gorey Rangers 1: The home side recorded their fifth win of the season and kept the pressure on the leaders after this 3-1 win at home to Gorey Rangers.
Lucia Kavanagh was on target for the visitors but goals from Megan Martin, Eilish Roche and Caragh McDonald gave Adamstown victory.
U-12 Division 2B
Seaview United 0, Cushinstown A.F.C. 1: Cushinstown have moved joint top of the table after this 1-0 win away to Seaview in what was probably one of the more exciting games of the day.
The visitors did enjoy the better of the possession but found Rachel Folan in the Seaview goal impossible to beat. It looked like the game was heading to a scoreless draw until Abbey Gaffney gave Cushinstown the points with a goal in the final minute.