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Injury time penalty denies Castlebar victory over Raheny in thrilling game

Sunday, 11 December 2011

 

Round 5 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League has produced some very interesting results today (Sunday). Castlebar Celtic proved that they are a force to be reckoned with in a stunning 5-5 draw against top of the table Raheny United today. Peamount United finished with an impressive 5-1 scoreboard against Shamrock Rovers in Greenogue this afternoon, and Cork Women’s FC lost 0-2 to Wexford Youth’s FC in CIT Stadium.

Castlebar Celtic have certainly shaken Raheny United after a stellar performance in Morton Stadium today. Irish Senior International Emma Mullin has proven herself to be a star for Castlebar this afternoon with four sensational goals on the scoreboard for the Mayo side. Mullin opened the scoring for Castlebar after just six minutes, with a goal from teammate Aileen Gilroy after 14 minutes. A scoring blitz followed from both sides, with Castlebar looking set to triumph 5-4 until a 91st minute penalty from Raheny’s Rebecca Creagh leveled the sides once and for all. Raheny’s goals came from Katie McCabe, Siobhan Killeen, Ciara Grant, Mary Waldron and Rebecca Creagh.

A windswept Greenogue was venue for the Dublin derby between Peamount United and Shamrock Rovers this afternoon. Peamount have proven that they are improving with each game by clocking up another considerable score line of 5-1 against Rovers. Irish Senior International Aine O’Gorman has re-enforced her worth to the club by clocking up another two goals to her tally. Team mate Stephanie Roche also put two goals on the score board along with a 30th minute goal from Sara Lawlor. Rovers replied with an 85th goal from Rachel Jenkins with an impressive assist from Orlagh Nolan.

Cork Women’s FC fell foul to an energized Wexford Youths side this afternoon in CIT. A 9th minute goal from Kylie Murphy, her third in just two games, put Wexford in front early in the game. A 60th minute header from Rianna Jarrett sealed the deal for Wexford and secured them their first victory of the campaign. The sides finished Cork Women’s FC 0-2 Wexford Youths Women.

The league now takes a break for the Christmas period. The next fixtures take place on Sunday January 15 when Castlebar Celtic are at home to Raheny United, Wexford Youths host Cork Women’s FC, and finally Shamrock Rovers against Peamount United. All games kick-off at 2pm on Sunday, January 15.

Bus Éireann National Women’s League Results

 

Peamount United        5-1       Shamrock Rovers

Cork                            0-2       Wexford Youths Women

Raheny                        5-5       Castlebar

 

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