Under-17 WNL & LOI National League Weekend Review

Dundalk recorded wins in both the WNL and LOI Under-17 on the weekend Credit: Ben Whitley (ETPhotos)

The Under-17 National League continued on the weekend with a full series of games.

2022 U17 Tier 1

Shelbourne extended their lead at the top of the Under-17 Tier 1 table after recording a 3-1 home win over Derry City. That win makes it nine victories in a row for the Tolka Park side.

Nearest rivals St. Patrick’s Athletic failed to keep up with the Reds as they slipped to a 4-2 defeat to UCD. A Harry O’Connor brace along with goals from Ryan McBrearty and Jake Doyle gave the Students all three points.

Cian Dillon, John O’Sullivan and Ryan Ritchie were all on the mark for Shamrock Rovers as they defeated Treaty United 3-1 while Dundalk registered a 2-1 win over Cork City.

2022 U17 Tier 2

Galway United’s 5-2 win over Drogheda United stretched their lead at the top of the Tier 2 table to six-points after Bohemians went down to a 2-1 defeat to Kerry.

Waterford recorded a 5-1 over Sligo Rovers resulting in the clubs switching places in the table leaving the Blues in 3rd place. In the other game, Athlone Town and Bray Wanderers drew 1-1.

2022 U17 Tier 3

All four of the top sides in Tier 3 recorded wins maintaining the status quo in this league. Klub Kildare defeated Cavan Monaghan by a single Ruairi Morgan goal while nearest rival Cobh Ramblers produced a 4-0 win over Wexford.

Third placed Finn Harps were involved in a goal-fest as they were victors in a 7-3 win over Limerick.  Longford Town edged out Carlow-Kilkenny as they took three points from a 3-2 win.

View the League Tables, Results and Fixtures for Under-17 National League

2022 Women’s U17 Tier 1

Shelbourne maintained a four point gap at the top of the table as they defeated Treaty United 1-0. Wexford Youths, in second place, also recorded a 1-0 win as Aoibheann Rankin’s goal was the difference in a win over Sligo Rovers.

Athlone Town lost ground as Donegal League closed the gap on 3rd after the northern side registered a 6-3 win over the Midlanders.

DLR Waves leapfrogged Cork City in the table to go 5th thanks to a Katie O’Reilly brace.

2022 Women’s U17 Tier 2

It was a high scoring Saturday in Tier 2 as four games produced 26 goals. Leaders Shamrock Rovers fell to a 6-4 loss to Waterford who staged quite a comeback in the game.

This loss should have allowed Peamount United to capitalise and go top with a draw or win but the Dublin side fell to a 4-0 loss to Dundalk.

Bohemians defeated Cobh Ramblers 3-1 while in the last game of the group Galway recorded a 6-2 win over Bray Wanderers.

View the League Tables, Results and Fixtures for Women’s Under-17 National League

If there are any errors in this article, you can DM us on @etunderage or email extratimelive@gmail.com