Start Date: July 23, 2018, 10:04 p.m.
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United’s Alannah McEvoy opened the scoring in the ninth minute, but Youths’ Aoibheann Clancy equalised from the penalty spot to keep their title challenge going.
Waterford booked their place in the FAI Cup quarter-finals on Friday evening with a 4-1 win over Kilnamanagh at the RSC.
The Republic of Ireland gave it their all but it wasn't enough as the World number two side swept to victory in Tallaght Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Cork City Women left it late to sneak away with a point on Sunday afternoon after Katie McCarthy levelled the score for the home team as Wexford Youths came to town.
Our photographer Hugh de Paor was in Ferrycarrig Park for this one and he sent us back a galler
Wexford secured a 3-1 victory over Galway on Saturday afternoon thanks to a brace from Ellen Molloy and a goal from Sinead Taylor.
A tale of two halves at Tallaght Stadium saw Dundalk fall to an opening-day defeat to Molde FK having led at half time.
Noelle Murray's two penalties helped Shelbourne on their way to a three goal victory in a high scoring affair that saw Shels overcome Wexford 5-2.
Treaty United and Shelbourne faced off in the Women's National League on Saturday with the Dublin club coming away with all three points after a 7-0 victory.
Galway were knocked out of the WFAI Cup by Wexford Youths on Saturday night after a five goal thriller which saw Lauren Kelly score the winner five minutes from time.
Matthew Smith’s stunning goal was enough for Waterford to secure the win over Sligo Rovers at the RSC
In what was being billed as a massive game for Cork City in their attempts to fight off relegation, a rather drab affair played out at the RSC on a scorching Saturday afternnon.