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FAI Women Referee Development Day

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Peamount have recorded a resounding 9-0 victory over Castlebar to firmly put one hand on the inaugural Bus Éireann Women’s National League title. Raheny slipped up again today and were lucky to escape from Ferrycarrig Park with a share of the points as Mary Waldron scored a late, late equaliser to draw 1-1. Cork Women’s FC ran out 1-0 winners over Shamrock Rovers and drew level in 3rd place with Wexford Youths.

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Wexford Youths’ striker, Cherelle Khassell, was today presented with the Bus Éireann Women’s National League Player of the Month Award for February/March.

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Round 13 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League again produced plenty of goals and drama as vital points were up for grabs with just 2 matches remaining. Shamrock Rovers continued to play well but Wexford Youths claimed all three points in their 3-2 victory at Tallaght Stadium. Cork Women’s FC weathered a Castlebar Celtic storm in Cork to win 2-1 and the much anticipated top of the table clash between Peamount and Raheny saw the lead at the top of the table change hands yet again as Peamount claimed all three points at Morton Stadium in a tense 1-0 victory.

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This is a video of highlights and interviews from last weekend's game in Morton stadium, as Raheny United entertained Cork Women's FC.

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Round 12 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League saw Peamount United sensationally lose their one point lead over Dublin rivals Raheny United after losing 1-2 to Wexford Youths Women in Greenogue today. A scoring blitz in Celtic Park saw Castlebar Celtic finish 3-3 against Shamrock Rovers in Mayo. And finally, Raheny United triumphed 2-1 against Cork Women’s FC in Morton Stadium this afternoon.

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