Cork City Women’s manager Frank Kelleher has admitted he was proud of his player’s performance in their narrow defeat against Peamount United in Bishopstown on Saturday evening.


The Continental Tyres Women's National League Cup Quarter-Final draw has been made.

Current WNL Champions Shelbourne Ladies have been handed a home tie against Wexford Youths as UCD Waves face a tough trip to Eamonn Deacy Park to face Galway WFC.

The full draw for the Women's National League Cup Quarter-Finals is below:-

Saturday, 27th May, Galway WFC v UCD Waves, Eamonn Deacy Park, 6.00 pm
Saturday, 27th May, Shelbourne Ladies v Wexford Youths WFC, Morton Stadium, 7.00 pm
Sunday, 28th May, Kilkenny United v Cork City WFC, The Watershed, 2.00 pm

Peamount United received a bye into the Semi-Finals.

Stalemate at Santry as two title favorites, Shelbourne Ladies and UCD Waves played out a high quality 1-1 draw at Morton Stadium.


Peamount United made it three wins from three at the start of the Continental Tyres Women’s National League as they narrowly defeated Cork City Womens at Bishopstown on Saturday evening.


UCD Waves manager Noel Kealy leads his side to Women's National League Champions Shelbourne Ladies on Saturday, admitting it will be a 'real test' of his side's title credentials.



Eamonn Deacy Park played host to an incredible eight-goal thriller as Galway WFC sealed a 5-3 win to overcome Cork City WFC in the Continental Shield quarter-final.


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