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Apr

27

Joma Cup Rd 1

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Westport 3 Killala 2

The Visitors bowed out of the cup at the first hurdle with another inept display in Westport on Sunday morning. Giving away soft goals and missing easy chances is their hallmark this season and they were 3-0 down before they got going but left it too late with goals from Aileen Gilroy & Allana Naughton proving too little too late. Team Emma Varley, Emma Loughney, Eimar Feerick, Ailish Healy Sarah Farrel, Ciara McDonnell, Emma Gilroy, Allana Naughton, Graine McHale, Yvonne Gilroy, & Aileen Gilroy

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Apr

19

Joma Premier League

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Castlebar 6 Killala o

A nightmare 5 minute spell midway through the first half when Killala gifted the hosts 3 goals put this game out of their reach. Lack of concentration and discipline during this period cost them dearly and they will have to apply themselves more and step up to further challenges if they want to be a force in this league.
Team Emma Varley, Eimar Feerick Ailish Healy, Aoife Munnelly, Sarah Farrell, Ciara McDonnell, Niamh Collins Emma Gilroy, Aileen Gilroy, Allana Naughton, Aoileen Collins Subs, Graine McHale, Yvonne Gilroy, Emma loughney

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Apr

10

Joma Ladies Premier

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Westport Utd 2 Killala 0
In thisĀ  hard fought game the visitors at least deseved a share of the points but when they failed to convert any of the good goal scoring chances that fell their way and Westport grabbed two secondhalf goals then defeat was always on the cards.
Team Emma Varley, Sarah Farrell, Eimer Ferrick, Aoife Munnelly, Emma Gilroy, Grainne McHale, Rachel Healy, Ciara McDonnell, Niamh Collins, Alilean Collins,Allana Naughton,

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Mar

24

Joma Premier League

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Killala 18 Ballinrobe Town 0

These two sides made their return to ladies football after a short absence but it was the home side that looked like it was never away.
In a total mismatch Killala scored at ease and goals by Alanna Naughton (5) Aoilean Collins (3) Aileen Gilroy (4) Graine McHale (2) Ailish Healy (2) Niamh Collins & Sorcha McGee gave the home side an easy 3 points and with nothing learned from their opening fixture the girls face much sterner tasks in the weeks ahead,
Team
Emma Varley, Sharon Hughes, Sarah Farrell, Sorcha McGee, Aoife Munnelly, Ciara McDonnell, Niamh Collins Ailish Healy, Rachel Healy Allan Naughton ,Grainne McHale Subs, Emma Gilroy, Aoileen Collins, Eimer Feerick & Aileen Gilroy

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Sep

6

Texoil Cup Quarter Final

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Castlebar Celtic 5 Killala 4

The Killala ladies came away from Celtic Park on Sunday in disbelief that they had scored 4 goals away from home and still ended up on the loosing side. Forced to field without first second and third choice keepers Killala had to go with striker Aoife Herbert in goal but she could not be faulted for any one of the 5 conceeded. It was the visitors who started the brightest and it was no surprise when Nicky Leonard volleyed home from an Elaine Lowther corner on 11 minutes. Celtic were soon back on level terms when Emma Mulin scored 5 minutes later. Mullin then gave them the lead but the Killala ladies pulled it back when Emma Gilroy made it 2-2. The home side once again hit the front from a corner 10 minutes before the break but Aileen Gilroy kept the goal rush coming just before halftime when she finished off a lovely thro ball from Patricia Coyle to make it 3-3 at the break. The Killala ladies carried the game to Celtic in the second half and when Ailleen Gilroy put them in front midway into the second period it looked good for the visitors as they had chances from Alanna Naughton and both Gilroys well saved as they went to make the game safe. Celtic wern’t finished though and a poor defensive clearance was punished when the ball was poked home in the Killala goal for the equalizer. Just when the game seemed to be going towards extra time after such a free flowing game of football Celtic were awarded a dubious frre kick at the edge of the box and up stepped the castlebar captain Katie Walse to fire home the winner for her side and leave the Killala girls shocked. This was a great team performance by Killala where everyone of the players did their bit but it was not to be on the day. Team Aoife Herbert, Nicky Leonard, Olivia McGloin, Martina Walker, Sarah Farrell, Elaine Lowther, Ciara McDonnell, Patricia Coyle, Ailish Collins, Emma Gilroy, Ailleen Gilroy, Subs, Niamh Collins, Sioban Kearney, Alanna Naughton, Aoife Munnelly

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Aug

3

Mayo womens League

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Westport Utd 2 Killala 4

Their was no goal glut this time on the ladies visit to the Sportspark Ground but a goal by Emma Gilroy after only 60 seconds did suggest that . Aine McLean added a second to underline the visitors dominance and Emma Gilroy scored a fine individual goal just on the stroke of halftime to give Killala a 3 goal cushion. Substitute Patricia Coyle scored the fourth goal on her debut for the club before Westport scored a couple of late consolation goals. Team Emma Varley, Sorcha McGee, Martina Walker, Olivia McGloin, Sarah Farrell, Nicola Leonard, Ciara McDonnell, Ailish Collins, Niamh Collins, Emma Gilroy, Aine McLean Subs Sharon Hughes, Patricia Coyle, Aoife Munnelly, Elaine Lowther

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Jul

26

Mayo Womens League

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Snugboro Utd 1 Killala 3

The Killala ladies picked up 3 more points on their travels with a good 3-1 win over a strong Snugboro side in Conway Park on Sunday. Killala scored after 20 mins when Ailen Gilroy finished off a good move. Despite having all the possession they failed to add to this before the break despite having numerous chances. Aine McLean scored from the spot early in the second half but the home side almost immediately pulled one back from a corner to keep themselves in the game. Aileen Gilroy wrapped it up with a fine individual goal near the end to seal it for the visitors. Team Emma Varley, Nicola Leonard, Olivia McGloin, Aine McLean, Sarah Farrell, Ailish Collins, Niamh Collins , Ciara McDonnell, Emma Gilroy , Aillean Gilroy Aofe Munnelly

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Jun

22

WFAI Junior Cup Round 3

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Killala 1 Lagan Harps 4

The Killala ladies bowed out of the WFAI Junior cup on Sunday when they came up against a more experienced and well organised Harps outfit. The Killala Girls conceded 2 early sloppy goals as the visitors used the long ball to great effect, a tactic they had previously not come up against in Mayo football. Aileen Giroy scored the goal of the match just before the break to put the homeside back in it, but another goal just after the break from a poorly cleared corner left them with a mountain to climb. Killala then went on to dominate the game , keeping the ball well and creating several scoring chances but Harps plundered another near the end to clinch the tie.
Team : Sharon Hughes, Nicky Leonard, Sarah Farrell, Olivia McGloin, Martina Walker, Ciara McDonnell, Niamh Collins, Ailish Collins, Elaine Lowther, Aileen Gilroy, Emma Gilroy subs Aoife Herbert, Sinead Herbert

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May

31

Kilmore 2 Killala 0

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Killala ladies never got going in this league match
in Kilmore on Saturday. Despite beating the same opposition 6-1 at the venue 6 days earlier they never showed the same hunger to take the points on offer. Two dubious goals before halftime which was shortened to half an hour because of another game being played at the venue, put the homeside in command but despite all the pressure from the Killala girls in the even shorter secondhalf , Kilmore held on to their lead . Team: Dierdre Devine, Nicola Leonard, Sarah Farrell, Olivia McGloin, Martina Walker, Ciara McDonnell, Sharon Hughes, Elaine Lowther, Emma Gilroy, Yvonne Gilroy, Niamh Collins

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May

10

WFAI Junior Cup rd 1

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Westport United 0 Killala 9 Killala Ladies got back to their winning ways on Sunday morning at the Sportspark in Westport. Niamh Collins opened the scoring with the goal of the match, a thirty yard strike that left the Westport keeper helpless, shortlyafterwards Emma Gilroy was pulled down in the box and sister Aileen scored the first of her seven goals in succesion which left the homeside in shock. Five of her seven goals came in a 10 minute period before halftime in what can only be described as an exhibition in finishing. With the score 6-0 at the break further goals by Aileen Gilroy and one from Ailish Collins gave the visitors their biggest win of the season. It was an all round excelent team performance by Killala who now go on to play Lagan Harps ( Letterkenny) at Courthouse St. in round 2 on the 21st June. Team Sorcha McGee, Sarah Farrell, Nicola Leonard, Martina Walker, Olivia McGloin, Ciara McDonnell, Aishling Murphy, Emma Gilroy, Ailish Collins, Niamh Collins, Aileen Gilroy Sub Used Aoife Herbert