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After last weeks postponement the Donegal Women’s League will finally kick off their U17 league campaign this weekend with a long trip to the capital on Sunday to face Shamrock Rovers.
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History will be made on Sunday when Carlow/Kilkenny take to the pitch for the first time as they take on DLR Waves in their Women’s National U17 League clash at Marley Park. It follows the successful transition of their U15 and U17 boys teams in the SSE Airtricity League.
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These days everyone talks about the development pathway for young footballers in the League of Ireland. With the introduction of the U-19, U-17 and U-15 leagues (along with the impending U-13’s) and also the Women’s U-17 league, the pathway to Senior football, if good enough, is there for both boys and girls.
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Galway WFC U-17 manager Phil Trill is eager for his side to show the country just how good the standard of Women’s football is when his side take on Shelbourne in Sunday’s inaugural league final.
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The first ever Women’s National League U-17 final takes place this Sunday afternoon when Galway Women face Shelbourne Ladies in Galway. The game will be played in Drom, the home of Salthill Devon.
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In the Southern Elite Division Waterford have gone clear at the top after a 3-1 win over Galway United. Scorers for Waterford were Colm Whelan, Sean Tracey and Ciaran Brennan, while Wilson Waweru kept up his goalscoring form for United with their goal. Waterford U-17’s Continue reading “Under 17 League Round-Up (Southern Elite Division)”
St Patrick’s Athletic U-17’s
St Patrick’s Athletic bounced back from their mid-week cup defeat to Waterford with a comfortable 4-1 win over Athlone Town as they continue to set the pace at the top of the Northern Elite Division of the Under 17 league.
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Sligo Rovers remain joint-top of the Norther Elite Division after a 2-1 victory over the Monaghan/Cavan Partnership in Gortakeegan. Iarlaith Connor scored twice for the bitored in a hard-fought victory. It was Sligo’s third win in a week for Brian Dorrian’s lads.
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Sligo Rovers v Shelbourne Sligo Rovers are into the semi-finals of the Mark Farren U-17 Cup after a 2-0 victory over Shelbourne at the Showgrounds last night. Continue reading “Callaghan the hero as Sligo move into the semi-finals”
Finn Harps U-17’s
Finn Harps and Dundalk closed the gap slightly to St Patrick’s Athletic, who were inactive, at the top of the Northern Elite Division after wins over Monaghan/Cavan and Derry City respectively at the weekend.
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