A STRONG first half display powered Kildare, the reigning Division Four National League champions, to victory over
Susie O’Carroll led the way for the winners with 0-9 while first half goals from Roisin O’Connell and Cliona McSweeney propelled the
Elsewhere, Tyrone built on their positive league campaign to take the spoils away to Roscommon, 2-11 to 2-6 with no less than seven Tyrone players getting on the score sheet. Green flags from Maedbh McGurk and Emma McAliskey set the
The Rossies had their stars too in Annette McGeeney and Clodagh Rodgers who along with Cait Kenny (0-4) were among their top scorers.
On Saturday evening at Dr Cullen Park, Carlow entertained Westmeath and after a ding-dong battle had to eventually give way on a 2-9 to 3-11 score. The home side led 0-7 to 1-2 at the short whistle with Valerie Crean on target with 0-6 but second half goals from Annette Heffernan, Deirdre O’Donovan and one at the death from Denise McGrath sealed victory for the Lake County.