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Raheny United Seek To Gain Revenge Against Bristol Academy

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After their unfortunate 4-0 loss at home to Bristol Academy in the UEFA Women’s Champions League Second Round first leg last week Raheny United will look to put a better complexion on the tie when they play tomorrow’s second leg.

The Pandas tired noticeably in the latter stages of the first leg in Richmond Park as injuries and fatigue took their toll and coach Casey McQuillan wants them to redeem themselves at Ashton Gate.

“We know that we’ve a mountain to climb in terms of trying to turn things around but regardless of what happens we want to give a better account of ourselves than last week,” he said. Continue reading

2014-15 Women’s National League Fixtures Revealed

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THE fixture list for the 2014-2015 Women’s National League has been confirmed and released to the clubs and media today.

This new campaign will be eagerly awaited as a result of the success of the Republic of Ireland Women’s U19 side in UEFA competition this summer and the continued progress of Sue Ronan’s senior international side. The league’s new sponsor will announced at the league launch on Wednesday, August 20 – the same day Ireland host Slovenia in World Cup qualifier at Tallaght Stadium. Continue reading

WNL: Raheny Edge Closer To Retaining Title

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Raheny United edged closer to retaining their Bus Éireann Women’s National League title with a 2-1 win over Galway WFC yesterday afternoon in Morton Stadium.

The reigning champions moved five points clear of nearest rivals Peamount United, who dropped two points in a 1-1 draw away to Wexford Youths. Continue reading

Raheny Women Suffer Defeat On Champions League Debut

wclRAHENY United suffered a disappointing loss to Hungarian outfit MTK Hungaria in their first game in the UEFA Women’s Champions League today at Seaview, Belfast.

The Bus Éireann Women’s National League champions twice bounced back from behind to equalise but ultimately lost due to a 68th minute winner from substitute Dóra Papp.  Continue reading