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It was a massive round of games in the Bus Eireann Women’s National League at both ends of the table. Raheny came away from the top of the table clash with Peamount with all three points following a fine 2-0 victory to send them to the top of the league. Cork Women’s FC had a great away victory at Castlebar winning by 4 goals to 1 and leapfrogging Wexford Youths in the table. Wexford endured another difficult day at Ferrycarrig losing out to Shamrock Rovers who will be delighted to win their first match in the league. Round 9 was not a good round for teams playing at home as all the home sides suffered defeat.

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The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) invites expressions of interest from clubs/entities who may be interested in participating in the Bus Eireann Women’s National League.

 

The successful applicants would compete in the 2012-13 Bus Eireann Women’s National League.

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The last round of matches in the Bus Éireann Women’s National League saw victories for all of the travelling sides. Raheny kept the pressure on Peamount at the top of the table whilst Castlebar put themselves back into the mix for league honors.

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The draw for the first round of the inaugural Bus Éireann Women’s National League Cup was made today.

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Round 8 of the Bus Eireann Women’s National League kept up the goal scoring trend that has defined the league to date with 12 goals scored in the three matches.

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Promising duo follow success of siblings

By Gareth Maher

SISTERS really are doing it for themselves as Julie-Ann Russell and Katie Mc Cabe continue to prove that the footballing genes in their families were not just given to their respective brothers.

 

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