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It was a busy day of Metropolitan Girls League football in Woodlands today kicked off by the U12's who managed a late deflcted winner to add to Aisling and Lana's earlier goals as they beat Mount Merrion 3-2.
Next up were the U13's who played Leixlip in the cup. These 2 swapped place in the Premier Division after last season and it was the visiting premier side that started best putting pressure on our goal but Grace Leonard and Rachel O'Toole were solid at the back and Carolina Perez-Vargas made some good saves. Gradually, Katie Andrews started to control midfield and the game became more even. Emily Shortt shot just wide and then Emily Gaines stormed through the middle before blasting a rising shot in to the back of the net.
The sides switched ends and the game remained in the balance but as Leixlip pushed forward Caoimhe Swan was set free and she held her nerve to give our girls the win and send us in to the next round.
Cup action continued as a depleted U15's took on Prem side Kilnamanagh and they put in a battling performance which merited a little more than the 6-0 final score line.
Finally it was the turn of the U15 prem side in the U16 FAI Cup - Leixlip again the visitors. The early exchanges were even with our girls creating the better chances and they took the lead through Faith Evans neat finish. Soon it was 2 when Sophie Madden blasted home from distance. There we're chance to get further ahead but Leixlip were also probing and they found a way back in to the game following a scramble in the box. Before half-time, Faith restored the 2 goal lead with her second nets after hitting the inside of the post.
The 2nd half was end to end with Leixlip initially the more dangerous but as the game wore on we took control and started passing the ball well. There was still time for Faith to complete her hat-trick when she pounced on a loose ball and she finished well with her left foot to complete an excellent 4-1 victory.
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"I wouldn't put a milk bottle out in that weather", said Development Officer, Deccie Bollard but he was happy to let the U14Major side head off to the AUL to put in a battling performance against Shelbourne only to go down to a late goal in atrocious conditions yesterday.
A Saturday largely devoid of footballing action also saw the O35B in league action and they put in an impressive performance to defeat league leaders Palmerstown 4-1.
Sunday brought much nicer weather and Ryan Lucas certainly enjoyed the upturn as he bagged himself a hat-trick in a 3-3 home thriller against Firhouse Celtic.
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