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- Bus Eireann WNL Awards announced
- Castlebar Celtic -v- Raheny United
- In Pictures: Women's National League Series 16
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- Meabh De Burca follows her dream
- Ireland handed tough draw for 2015 Women's World Cup qualifiers
- Near FM to broadcast Raheny versus Peamount live
- In Pictures: Women's National League Series 18
- Ireland's 2015 World Cup Qualifying fixture dates set
- Ireland third seeds in 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Draw
- Lauren Dwyer named Bus Éireann WNL Player of the Month
- In Pictures: Women's National League Series 7 & 15
- Heartbreak for U19s as they lose to Sweden
- Ireland U19s record excellent win over Netherlands
- Irish U19s start with a win over Italy
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- Cork Women 1 - 2 Peamount United
Goals from Solene Barbance and Stephanie Roche were enough to secure another three points against Cork Women for Peamount United on Sunday afternoon. However, the result - coupled with a win for Raheny United - was not sufficient to see the visitors reclaim their League title at Turner’s Cross.
- WNL Champions 2012/13 - Raheny United
Black and white ribbons now adorn the Women’s National League trophy after two goals from Katie McCabe and another from Rebecca Creagh ensured Raheny United made it over the line at Morton Stadium.
- Castlebar Celtic -v- Raheny United
Castlebar Celtic and Raheny United meet for the third time in nine days at Celtic Park on Monday afternoon but this time it’s a Bus Éireann Women’s National League Cup semi-final.
- Cork Women 1 - 2 Wexford Youths Women
Wexford Youths Women earned victory in the Bus Éireann FAI WNL against Cork Women’s FC on Wednesday night at Turner’s Cross with Maria Delahunty and Linda Douglas on the scoresheet for the Slaneysiders.
- Peamount United 2 - 2 Raheny United
Peamount United and Raheny United played out a thrilling 2-2 draw in an intriguing top of the table clash in the Bus Éireann Women's National League at Morton Stadium on Sunday.
- Wexford Youths 1 - 2 Castlebar Celtic
A sunny Ferrycarrig Park saw Wexford Women get the ideal start in this game when after just fifteen seconds, Maria Delahunty sent a swerving shot to the roof of the net without a Castlebar player touching the ball. For the opening twenty minutes, it looked as if Wexford were going to overrun the Mayo girls as they launched wave after wave of attacks with Ciara Rossiter, Ashling Frawley and goal scorer Delahunty causing the visitors defence all sort of problems.
- Wexford Youths -v- Castlebar Celtic
Wexford Youths welcome Castlebar Celtic to Ferrycarrig Park looking to maintain their pursuit of the top two.
- Shamrock Rovers -v- DLR Waves
Shamrock Rovers host DLR Waves looking to finally end a run of frustrating narrow defeats while the visitors will be glad of some respite having faced two daunting clashes against the top two Peamount United and Raheny United in four days.
- Raheny United -v- Peamount United
Raheny United host Peamount United at Morton Stadium on Sunday seeking to strike a major blow in the title race for the Bus Éireann Women’s National League. The game will be broadcast live on NEAR FM.
- Raheny United -v- DLR Waves
Raheny United will bid to maintain the pressure on champions and league leaders Peamount United when they face injury-hit DLR Waves at Frank Cooke Park on Wednesday night.
Birthday girl Maria Delahunty helped Wexford Youths Women’s get back to winning ways on Wednesday evening as she opened the ... Read more...
Raheny United took a step toward reclaiming the top spot in the Bus Eireann Women’s National League with a confident ... Read more...
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