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Shelbourne Ladies moved five points clear at the top of the Continental Tyres Women’s National League with just two games remaining.

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Cork City WFC captain Ciara McNamara aims to fire Cork City to their first home win of the season over Kilkenny United on Sunday.

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Gloria Douglas is not taking Wexford Youths WFC for granted as Shelbourne Ladies take on the champions in Morton Stadium.
 
The two sides met just two weeks ago with Shelbourne Ladies lifting the Continental Tyres FAI Women’s Cup with a 5-0 victory.
 
Wexford though have to win if they are to retain their Continental Tyres Women’s National League title. 
 
“I didn’t know what to expect in the Aviva stadium” explained Douglas “The manager made sure we stuck to our game plan.”
 
“I mean it was a battle, the first 25 minutes was a good start but Wexford had chances too, we just took our chances when they came” explained Douglas.
 
“They’re going to come out strong like they always do” explained Douglas believing there will be no comparison between the cup final and Saturday night’s game.
 
“I don’t think it will be easy, we have to be prepared correctly and have the right mind set and we need to be very aware of them, they are the league champions.”
 
The USA underage international striker refused to be drawn on any talk of a double for the reds.
 
“I don’t try to think ahead, it’s just one game at a time and come the end of the season hopefully we’ll top the league, 
but we have still have work to do”.
 
Shelbourne Ladies lead the WNL with 23 points, four clear of champions Wexford Youths.
 
Shelbourne Ladies v Wexford Youths WFC
Morton Stadium,
Saturday November 19
Kick off 7pm

Lisa Casserly is excited about her return to Galway WFC as Peamount United aim to keep up their title march.

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Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team Head Coach Sue Ronan has selected 13 Women’s National League players for international friendly against the Basque country.

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Shelbourne Ladies manager Mark Leavy has expressed that he wants his players to remain calm in the Women’s National League title run-in.

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