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Ulster champions Armagh made it two out of two in the Suzuki
National league with a 1-14 to 1-3 win over Tyrone yesterday.
Aileen Mathews finished top scorer with 1-6, five of her points
from frees. The Orchard girls dominated throughout while Tyrone
struggled especially up front. Gemma Begley did score the Red
Hand goal but was also guilty of missing a penalty. Tyrone’s cause
wasn’t helped with the sin binning of Eimear Teague.

Monaghan were on the end of a 15 point hiding at the hands of
All Ireland champions Cork. The Rebels who played with a strong
wind in the first half led at the break 0-6 to no score. In the
second half Cork continued to dominate. Valerie Mulcahy finished
top scorer with 1-4 while all the Farney could manage was a couple
of points from Niamh Kindlon. Donegal also had a bad day at the
office. Meath travelled to Bundoran and came away with a 2-11
to 1-5 win over Donegal. Grainne Nulty was outstanding for the
Royals while Yvonne Mc Monagle was Donegal’s top scorer with 1-1.

In Division 2 Down were beaten by Wexford 3-7 to 2-6. The Mourne
girls had led for most of the game thanks mainly to goals from
Kyla Trainor and Michaela Downey however Wexford finished with
a flourish and two soft goals helped them to victory.

Cavan and Fermanagh had excellent wins in Division 3. The Breffni
side hammered Carlow 4-16 to 1-2. Elaine Costain scored seven
points while Aisling Doonan hit two of her sides goals. Corner
forward Terry Cassidy fired 2-3 as Fermanagh beat Louth 2-12 to
1-1. The Erne girls dominated from start to finish and prevented
Louth scoring in the second half. Antrim were very unfortunate
to lose to Kilkenny 2-7 to 2-5. Roisin Keenan and Geraldine Mc
Cann were the Saffron’s goal scorers.


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