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Full Programme of matches produce few surprises.


Suzuki Ladies National football league.

Full Programme of matches produce few surprises.

Despite a week of torrential rain a full programme of matches
in the Suzuki national League produced exciting fare on
Sunday. The only casualty of the the programme was the Waterford
v Tyrone Game called off when the father of Waterford Stalwart
Aine Wall passed to his eternal reward on Saturday evening.

Dublin under John O’Leary scored a comprehensive victory
over old rivals Laois on a scoreline of 3-12 to, 0-6. Dublin
were on top throughout and were never threatened by the
league holders.

Kerry made it 2 victories in a week when they overcame all-Ireland
Champions Mayo at home. Three goals by All Star forward
Geraldine O’Shea effectively decided this contest and 8
points from an inform Cora Staunton was not enough to save
the Mayo girls. Final score Kerry 3-5 Mayo 0-9.

Cork back in Division 0ne after an absence of a year got
the first points of their campaign scoring a well merited
3-9 to 0-7 win over Monaghan. Their top scorer was Mary
O’Connor who notched 2-2 of their total.

Meath scored a comprehensive victory over Roscommon on a
scoreline of 4-11 to 2-3. Their top scorer was Jackie Shields
who scored 2-1 with 1-3 coming from Katie O’Brien and the
4th goal coming from Jenny Rispin. The Royals led at the
break 2-7 to 1-1 and were never in danger of losing. The
Roscommon goals came from Emer Casey and Geraldine Cunniffe,
with With Regina Carly McClancy notching 2 points.

Galway too showed impressive form in overcoming Longford
on a score line of 5-13 Longford 2-4 with 8 of their players
getting on the score sheet through Geraldine Conneally 1-3,
Niamh Fahy 1-2, Gillian Joyce 1-2 Lisa Cohill 1-1 Philly
O Flaherty 1-1. Edel Concannon 0-2, Emer Flaherty 0-1 and
Helen Carroll 0-1

Suzuki Ladies National Football League Results 8th February

Division 1A:Kerry 3-5 Mayo 0-9; Monaghan 0-7 Cork
3-9; Galway 5-13 Longford 2-4
Division 1B: Dublin 3-12 Laois 0-6; Meath 4-11 Roscommon
Division 2A: Cavan 4-10 Sligo 3-5; Cork B 0-8 Louth
5-5; Tipperary 0-14 Clare 1-5
Division 2B: Galway B 1-6 Armagh 4-16; Kildare 1-9
Leitrim 1-7
Division 3A: Monaghan B 4-17 Antrim 1-8; Down 4-10
Derry 1-15
Division 3B: Dublin B 0-5 Wexford 1-3; Limerick 2-7
Kerry B 3-5
Division 4: Offaly 0-6 Carlow 0-9; Westmeath 2-4
Wicklow 5-8

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