Robbie Williams had given the Blues a first-half lead.
It was Ireland's second game in three days as part of the triangular tournament in Brozany nad Ohni.
"If you had 22 really professional clubs with lovely facilities, it wouldn't be the same.”
Shels captain Pearl Slattery equalise following Aine O'Gorman's early opener from the spot.
A brace each from Claire O'Riordan and Kylie Murphy made it two wins from two for Youths.
The keeper was challenged to replicate his stunning strike on live TV.
The standard of goals left out goes to show how good this month was.
Waterford and Cobh Ramblers went into the tie neck and neck on 12 points.
Three late goals put the gloss on a dominant performance from Alan Reynolds' men.
UCD were trailing 1-0 to Cork City in their U19 game on Saturday afternoon when they were awarded a corner. ...
Goals from Garry Buckley, Karl Sheppard and Sean Maguire helped John Caulfield's side to victory.
The Hoops left it late to grab a 3-2 win in Tallaght Stadium.
The Buncrana man struck moments after Celtic had equalised 15 minutes from time.
Former Dundalk and Sporting Fingal player Shaun Williams also scored.
We all saw Conan Byrne's spectacular 100th league goal. Here's a selection of the best of the rest.
Goals from David McMillan, Michael Duffy and Brian Gartland earned the Lilywhites the win.
Ciaran O'Connor saw his injury-time penalty saved before converting the rebound.
Derry natives Patrick McClean and Davy McDaid honoured the late Ryan McBride before kick-off.
Dan Byrne's goal 15 minutes from the end seals it for the high-flying Gypsies
O'Conor struck after six minutes to lift the Blues into seventh.
Two first-half goals from Karl Sheppard proved enough for City.
Goals from Kurtis Byrne and Josh O'Hanlon sealed the win for the Saints.
Wexford Youths WFC overcame Galway WFC 2-0 last weekend thanks to Claire O'Riordan and Emma Hansberry finding the net in ...
Olamide Shodipo scored the only goal early in the second half.
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Dinny Corcoran grabbed his fourth goal in three games to give Bohs the lead.
Rodrigo Tosi earned the Blues a point following Sean Houston's opener.
Kieran Sadlier played a part in all three of the Bit O' Red's goals.
The midfielder netted three times in eight second-half minutes.
The striker scored his fifth and sixth goals of the season.
The midfielder then dabbed.
The champions needed an injury-time goal to avoid an opening-day defeat
The former Shamrock Rovers striker set up a meeting with Boyle Celtic.
Kieran Sadlier and Michael Barker scored the goals.
The visitors hit the woodwork three times as the points are shared in Ballybofey.
Goals from Nathan Boyle, Barry McNamee and Ryan McBride cancelled out Dane Massey's opener.
The striker scored twice as the Gypsies overturned a two-goal second-half deficit.
The Derryman scored for a second game on the trot.
Sean Maguire was on target again in a 4-1 win for the Leesiders
A second win from two in Dublin fpr Kenny Shiels' side this season.
The Blues leapfrog the Students into first place on goal difference.
The Kilkenny man has scored in every game this season.
It's currently 2-1 at half time in United Park as both Cork and Drogheda found the back of the net ...
Gary McCabe scored twice as Harry Kenny's side made it two wins from two.
Brandon Miele and Michael O'Connor scored for the Hoops before Georgie Poynton's late penalty.
Anthony McAlevey scored a spectacular third for the Blues.
Colin Bell continues his unbeaten start as Ireland boss as Girls in Green top Group C.
The former Shamrock Rovers striker struck nine minutes from time.
The former Pats striker scored one and created the second as match ends in brawl.
The game was played in horrendous conditions but City ground out the win.