Simply no quiting Shels’ Murray as she terminates champion

By Dave Donnelly

Noelle Murray racked up the winner for a second video game running as Shelbourne took a major action in the direction of their initial Women’s National Organization title because 2016 at Tolka Park.

The striker notched a remarkable winner in the fifth minute of injury time as the Reds overcame champions Peamount in a seven-goal thriller on Saturday mid-day.

Cabra native Murray (inset) talked to the Dublin Gazette last week following her incredible victor against Cork City seven days previously, as well as the confidence she spoke of within the camp was evident once more.

Saoirse Noonan scratched an early dual for Shels, while Emily Whelan was likewise on target, as the Drumcondra side moved three points free from their Dublin opponents at the top of the table.

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Learn more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in stores now Peamount will certainly have an opportunity to draw level ought to they beat Bohemians in their video game in hand in Greenogue on Saturday yet will recognize they’re genuinely in a title race now. DLR Waves, meanewhile, continued their great begin to the period as they cemented 4th place with a 2-0 win away to Galway. A very own objective from Shauna Fox and also one from Katie Malone saw Waves cruise ship to their 6th win of the season to keep up the stress on the groups above them.

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