THERE were scenes of great joy for Carrigaline's U16s, the Douglas Hall U14s and the U12 players from Lakewood Athletic and Ringmahon Rangers after a packed schedule of Cork Schoolgirls League action last weekend.
CARRIGALINE etched their name on the Singleton's SuperValu U16 Cup for the very first time courtesy of a 3-1 win over a spirited Midleton side in a damp Turner's Cross last Saturday afternoon.
A goal from Rebekah Grant and two more from Michelle Byrne were enough for Carrigaline, who were pegged back by Midleton's Rachel O’Sullivan in the first half.
DOUGLAS Hall retained the CWSSL U14 Cup following a hard fought 2-0 victory over Fermoy, as the heavy rain which fell throughout the match which made conditions difficult.
Goals from Cerys Lewis in the 32nd minute and the second from Cerys McCarthy four minutes from time settled the outcome.
LAKEWOOD captured the CWSSL U12 Kay McGrath Cup as they defeated Midleton 1-0 in an exciting and tense game at Turner's Cross.
Emer Slattery’s goal in the 24th minute was the difference between the sides as the Ovens outfit captured their seventh title since 2003.
THE Ringmahon U12 winning team were honoured at half-time during the CWSSL cup final day in Turner's Cross on Saturday.
The Mahon based team were worthy winners of the U12 Premier League and in Kayleigh Still, Holly Kearns and Ailbhe Fitzgerald, three stars for the future, captain Kayleigh Still was presented with their trophy by CWSSL member Steven Mulcahy much to the delight of manager Hugh Madden.
See Monday's Evening for full reports and more pictures.