FAI Continental Tyres Women's Senior Cup

UCD Waves 3-0 Castlebar Celtic

Played Saturday

Raheny United 3-2 Wexford Youth (AET)

Continental Tyres Women’s National League Cup Quarter-Final

Cork City Women’s 0-2 Galway WFC



Raheny United 3 UCD Waves 1
Cork City Women's 2 Galway WFC 2
Played Saturday
Castlebar Celtic 2 Peamount United 3

KATIE McCabe's brilliant hat-trick saw Continental Tyres Women's National League champions Raheny United see off UCD Waves with big help from Pandas keeper Niamh Reid-Burke.

McCabe gave Rahney the lead from the penalty spot on 18 minutes after Rebekka Carroll had bundled McCabe over.

Waves came close twice before half-time, Seana Cooke's header produced a top class stop from Reid-Burke – moments later Siobhan Killeen cleared Cooke's header off the line.

Reid-Burke produced three world class saves in the second half to deny Julie Ann Russell, Lauren Dwyer and Aine O'Gorman before McCabe grabbed her second.

Substitute Orlagh Nolan headed Aine O'Gorman's cross past Reid-Burke nine minutes from time before McCabe completed her hat-trick three minutes later.

McCabe showed composure and class to finish Noelle Murray's pin-point pass under visiting keeper Monica McGuirk.

Meanwhile, Cork City Women's were denied their first victory of the season by a last minute penalty from Galway WFC's Marie Cullen.

Katie McCarthy grabbed her second goal of the season after 10 minutes in Bishopstown to put Cork ahead before Kara Mullins levelled it up for Galway in the 53rd minute.

Three minutes from time Shannon Carson seemed to have given the Cork side their first victory since April 2013 but City were denied by Cullen's 90th minute penalty to see a share of the spoils in Bishopstown.

On Saturday evening Peamount United continued their 100 per cent winning start to the season, coming back from two goals down away to Castlebar Celtic.

Rachel Kearns gave Celtic the lead on 32 minutes before a Kim Turner own goal doubled Celtic's advantage.

The Peas completed a remarkable second half comeback. Hayley Nolan struck on 53 minutes reviving hope for the visitors then Nolan bagged a brace on 85 minutes before Eleanor Ryan Doyle rounded off the scoring three minutes from time to clinch the three points.

UCD Waves continued their 100 per cent start to the season with a solid 2-0 victory over a resilient Castlebar Celtic side today.


FAI Continental Tyres Women’s National League Previews

Sunday, September 21, 2014



FAI Continental Tyres Women’s Senior Cup 2014 Quarter-finals Round-up

Saturday, September 6

UCD Waves FC 9-0 Lifford Ladies FC

Sunday, September 7

Douglas Hall LFC 1-5 Castlebar Celtic

Galway WFC 1-3 Raheny United FC

Peamount United FC 0-3 Wexford Youths Women’s FC


Castlebar Celtic 1-2 Wexford Youths Women’s AFC

Cork City Women 0-4 UCD Waves

Galway WFC 1-2 Peamount United


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