WNL Round 5 Round-Up

Peamount United 8 – 0 Athlone Town

Ryan-Doyle scored 4 goals as Peamount got their biggest win of the season so far to maintain their 100% record. It took 2 minutes for Ryan-Doyle to open the scoring before Aine O’Gorman netted twice to remain the leagues top scorer of the season. Ryan-Foyle got another before half-time before rounding out the quadruple in the 2nd half. Beirne and Masterson added goals late on.

Shelbourne 2 – 1 Wexford Youths

Shelbourne have won 5 from 5 after Emily Whelan’s header on the hour mark. Ciara Grant opened the scoring, before Kylie Murphy equalized on her 200th appearance for Wexford Youths. Whelan headed in in the second half, Wexford had chances late on but couldn’t find the equalizer.

Congratulations to Women’s National League legend Kylie Murphy who made her 200th appearance for Wexford Youths.

Treaty United

Treaty made it 2 wins in a row as the Limerick side kept up their hunt for 5th place. Duncliffe made it 1 – 0 in the 26th minute. Kenna equalized for Bohs just before halftime. Horgan scored at the start of the 2nd half, Treaty held on for the win.

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Next Weeks Fixtures

[All Saturday September 5th]

Bohemians v Cork [K/O 14:00]

Galway v Shelbourne [K/O 18:00]

Wexford Youths v Peamount United [K/O 18:30]

Athlone Town v Treaty United [K/O 19:00]

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