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Cork Women’s FC were the visitors at Morton Stadium for the first round of the Bus Eireann Women’s National League Cup fixture against high flying Raheny United.

 

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Round 11 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League saw Peamount United retain their one point lead over Dublin rivals Raheny United. Shamrock Rovers failed to score against Dublin Neighbours Raheny United in Tallaght Stadium. The sides finished 0-3. Wexford Youths triumphed 2-0 to Catlebar Celtic in Ferrycarrig Park. Peamount United FC finished with an impressive 2-6 scoreboard against home side Cork Women's FC in CIT Stadium this afternoon.

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Series 10 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League will be remembered for Peamount United’s stunning 13-0 victory over Castlebar Celtic and for the performance of the league’s top scorer, Stephanie Roche, who scored 6 of those goals. Raheny only held onto their lead in the league for one week after their slip up at home to Wexford Youths handed the momentum back to Peamount. Cork’s recent run of good form continued as they had a good 2-0 victory over Shamrock Rovers to lift them to 3rd in the table.

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Peamount Utd came back from the disappointment of losing last weekend’s top of the table clash against Raheny by scoring 13 goals without reply at home against Castlebar Celtic, this result put them back to the top of the table 1 point ahead as Raheny only managed a 1-1 draw against a brave Wexford Youths performance. Shamrock Rovers came back down to earth after their first victory last weekend losing by two goals in Cork.

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Round 9 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League was a memorable round for all of the away teams. Raheny visited Peamount and put in a spirited display that earned them 3 points and top spot in the league, Shamrock Rovers visited Wexford Youths and came out with their first win of the league and Cork Women’s FC travelled to Mayo and enjoyed a resounding 4-1 victory over their hosts.

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The January Player of the Month award for the Bus Eireann Women’s National League was presented today to Emma Mullin from Castlebar Celtic. Emma has been one of the stand-out players in the league contributing no fewer than 10 of her teams 23 goals up to the end of January. Emma also chipped in with another goal for Celtic last weekend.

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