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Date: 04/04/2019
By: Pat Mulvihill


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U12 Girls Div 1
Ballingarry A are on full points from their opening two games after a narrow one nil win home win over Shannonside A. Meanwhile at Holycross Rathkeale and Broadford Utd shared the spoils in a two all draw, Leanne Fitzgerald and Kate Nolan for the sky blues and Emma O’Flynn with both goals for the visitors. Abbeyfeale Utd are off the mark with a five nil win away to Newcastle West Town where Emily McAuliffe, Olivia Horgan and Rebecca Kavanaugh providing their goals.

U12 Girls Div 2
Glantine and Shannonside B lead the way on six points after winning again on Saturday. Glantine continued their early season good form when recording their second win away to Askeaton with goals from Lucy Dalton 2, Ailey Lyons, Ciara Curtin, Aine Lane, Shauna Quinlivan and Jodi Murphy in a seven three win. Shannonside B were four two winners at home to Kilcolman Rovers with goals by Rhianna Enright (2), Gemma Leahy and Summer Behan. In the remaining game AK Utd got off the mark with a two one win away to Ballingarry B.

U/16 Girls
Broadford Utd and Shannonside lead the division here on six points after both won for the second time at the weekend. Broadford were seven two winners at home to Kildimo Utd where both Amy Geary and Emma O’Flynn both got hat tricks while Olive Linehan was their other scorer. Shannonside were four one home winners over Kilcolman Rovers with goals from Roisin Tucker (2), Caitlin Casey and Mia Power. Two of the favourites met at Riverside Park when Abbeyfeale Utd hosted Ballingarry and both teams produced an excellent game of football from start to finish. The home side went ahead after just two minutes with a goal from Ava Horgan. There was nothing between the sides after this until Ballingarry levelled matters ten minutes from time when Amy O’Keeffe equalized. Elsewhere Askeaton got off the mark with a four nil win away to Rathkeale.

U/13 Boys Div 1
The U13 boys league got underway on Monday night and there is a change to the format, the thirteens league will be just one division and not two divisions as originally planned.
AK Utd A got off to a good start with a five nil win at home to GB Rovers which was also the score in Carrig Celtics favour away to Newcastle West Town B. Kildimo Utd won seven two away to neighbours Pallaskenry having led five nil at the break. Darragh Taylor and Aaron Garvey netting for the hoops in the second half. It was close in Granagh where the home side won by the odd goal in five against Newcastle West Town A with goals from Cian McDonagh, Cian Harold and Darragh O’Carroll. Shountrade were away to Glantine and opened the scoring just before half time when Patrick Whelan found the net. Two quick goals in the second half from Oscar Markham and Sam O’Mara settled the issue before Liam O’Connor got a late goal for Glantine.

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