Bus Éireann Women’s National League Round-up

The weather played havoc with this weekend's WNL fixtures again, as DLR Waves grounds - Jackson park was covered in snow Sunday morning.  Luckily the snow didn't stretch as far as Peamount United as they looked to climb back to the top of the table.  Meanwhile in Cork, Rovers were hoping to swap places with Cork at the foot of the table. 



Ronan names squad for Cyprus Cup

Republic of Ireland Women’s Senior Team manager Sue Ronan has named a squad of 22 players for next month’s Cyprus Cup.


Ciara Grant, the Republic of Ireland’s most capped women’s footballer, has announced her retirement from international football.



Ireland Women's internationals Rihanna Jarrett, Lauren Dwyer and Megan Campbell were on hand to kick off this year's "Aviva Soccer Sisters" in Aviva Stadium, Dublin.



Bus Éireann Women’s National League Cup results

Peamount United 1 Wexford Youths 0

Cork Women's FC 1 Castlebar Celtic 2



Bus Éireann Women’s National League Cup Previews

Friday February 15, 2013: 

Raheny United v DLR Waves – match postponed. Following a pitch inspection, tonight’s Bus Éireann Women’s National League Cup First Round tie between Raheny United and DLR Waves has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Morton Stadium. The tie has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 20 at Parnell’s with a kick-off time of 8.00pm.


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