Railway extend their lead to seven points at the top of division one as they were the only side in the top half to play this weekend. Sinead Walsh got the only goal of the game against a Bray-side playing their first match since coach Roy Horsfield stepped down. He is replaced by Sarah Scott and Niamh Keogh as they put in a spirited performance. They could not break down the stingy Railway defence - a side that has conceded just once in seven games.
Pembroke Wanderers 2 (Louisa Moore, Emily MacNicholas) Glenanne 0
Pembroke ended their two-game losing run with a solid win over Glenanne, consigning their opening day cup defeat to memory in the process. Louisa Moore's fine scoring form continues while there was also a goal for centre-back Emily MacNicholas. The Glens have another key game the next time out in the league, playing Bray in two weeks time.
Dublin University 1 (Irene Gorman) Corinthian 4 (J Bartlett, Susie Geoffroy, Carol McGowan, Doireann Bregazzi-Nevin)
Trinity now lie in desperate trouble as Corinthian emphatically picked up their first win of the season in Santry, beating the students 4-1. Corinthian climb to within a point of Bray and will hope to continue their decent form when they return to league action on the 29th of November against Old Alex.
*Pictures courtesy of Rob O'Connor - www.rocshot.com