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ntinental Tyres WNL on Saturday when they grabbed a 2-1 victory on their third successive meeting with Peamount United in Dublin.
This weekend sees Castlebar Celtic have a bye in the Continental Tyres Women’s National League. Last Sunday they put their eighth point of the season on the board thanks to a 2-2 draw away to Peamount United. The point sees Celtic remain in fifth place in the table, two points in front of Galway WFC in sixth place, and four ahead of the bottom placed Cork City Women’s FC. While Wexford Youths and UCD Waves are well out in front at the top of the table, Celtic will still be eyeing up the chance to reel in both Raheny United and Peamount United who are currently sitting in the two spots above them in the table over the second half of the season.
League and cup champions Raheny United are the visitors to Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday to do battle with Galway WFC in the FAI Cup quarter-final.
Galway WFC's Sinead Taylor is one of six players in Ireland to be nominated for the Bus Eireann WNL Player of the Year award.
Castlebar Celtic booked their place in the Bus Éireann Women’s National League Cup final for the second year in a row thanks to a 3-1 win over Peamount United in Celtic Park on Sunday afternoon. The Hoops are becoming quite the cup side, having made the final of this competition last year along with the final of the FAI Women's Senior Cup earlier this year in the Aviva Stadium. They go on to meet Wexford Youths in the final of the league cup on May 18.
Galway WFC host Peamount United in their final home league fixture of the season on Sunday in Eamonn Deacy Park (2pm).
Galway WFC take a break from action for the next two weeks and return on November 9 away to Wexford Youths.
Áine O'Gorman was Peamount United's match-winner in the FAI Umbro Women's Senior Cup final at Tolka Park on Sunday as her hat-trick put paid to Salthill Devon's hopes of national silverware.