Cork City Women’s P – P Raheny United

Peamount United 3-14 UCD Waves

Wexford Youth’s Women 5-1 Galway Women’s FC

UCD Waves shot to the top of the Continental Tyres Women’s national league with an emphatic victory over Peamount in Greenogue.

Eileen Gleeson’s side knocked 14 goals past her old club, with Aine O’Gorman finding the net on four occasions and Caroline Thorpe snatching a hat-trick.

Peamout’s Amber Barrett grabbed a debut hat-trick, bagging one just before the break, seeing Waves lead by eight goals to one at half time.

Jetta Berrill bagged two goals along with Dora Gorman, Rebekah Carrol, Emily Cahill, Orlagh Nolan and Julie Anne Russell bringing Waves goal difference to plus 17 for the season.

Meanwhile, Wexford Youths Women's AFC picked up their third win of the campaign with a comprehensive victory over Galway WFC at Ferrycarrig Park.

Claire O’Riordan bagged a hat-trick for the Model County side and took just seven minutes to get off the mark.

Kara Mullins struck Galway’s equaliser on 26 minutes, only for O’Riordan to restore the Wexford side’s advantage from the restart. O’Riordan made it three within 35 minutes.

Kylie Murphy made it four – one just after the restart, with Aisling Frawley bagging Wexford’s fifth just before the hour mark.

The Cork City Women’s versus Raheny United tie was postponed to allow Raheny United prepare for their UEFA Women’s champions league tie against Bristol Academy on Thursday.

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