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Round 11 of the Bus Éireann Women’s National League saw Peamount United retain their one point lead over Dublin rivals Raheny United. Shamrock Rovers failed to score against Dublin Neighbours Raheny United in Tallaght Stadium. The sides finished 0-3. Wexford Youths triumphed 2-0 to Catlebar Celtic in Ferrycarrig Park. Peamount United FC finished with an impressive 2-6 scoreboard against home side Cork Women's FC in CIT Stadium this afternoon.

In Dublin, hosts Shamrock Rovers fell foul to Raheny United this afternoon. Raheny had to be patient in their play, however a hat-trick from Mary Waldron ensured a win for the Dublin side. Waldron found the net in the 16th, 82nd and 85th minutes of the game in Tallaght Stadium today.

Wexford Youths will be pleased with their performance against Castlebar Celtic at home in Ferrycarrig Park today, putting their poor run of luck at home to an end. Scores came from Edel Kennedy in the 39th minute, and Maria Delahunty in the 78th minute.

In CIT Stadium, a strong first half performance from Cork Women’s FC meant the sides were 1-1 at half time. Linda Meehan was the difference between the two sides as she pulled off a series of saves to deny Cork a commanding half time lead.  However, Peamount kicked in to action with goals from league top goal scorer Stephanie Roche, Sara Lawlor and Louise Quinn. Denise O’Sullivan put some respectability into the scoreline  by netting two goals for Cork. The sides finished 2-6.

The next fixtures take place on Sunday March 11 when Peamount take on Wexford Youths, Raheny United are at home to Cork Women’s FC, and finally Castlebar Celtic against Shamrock Rovers. All games kick-off at 2pm on Sunday, February 26