Bohemians wait for a first point in the WNL goes on after they were beaten 2-1 in Limerick by Treaty United.

Having won away to DLR Waves, the next mission for Treaty United was to celebrate a win on their home pitch and they did just that in Markets Field this afternoon.

Dave Rooney's team had a couple of early chances on goal before Maggie Duncliffe broke the deadlock on 26 minutes when the former Cork City player connected with a pass from Aoife Shine to fire in.

Bohs hit back just before the interval when Ali Maxwell's corner kick caused confusion inside the Treaty penalty area and midfielder Niamh Kenna managed to direct the ball into the back of the net.

Almost immediately after the restart, however, the hosts were back in front when Shine again acted as creator and Aoife Horgan supplied a cool finish to secure back-to-back wins for the Limerick outfit.

Today's other scheduled game between Cork City and DLR Waves was postponed.

Eleanor Ryan-Doyle has scored seven goals in four games

On Saturday, Shelbourne and Peamount United both maintained their 100% starts to the season.

Reigning champions Peamount United were far too strong for Athlone Town, beating the visitors 8-0.

Eleanor Ryan-Doyle, who netted four times in this win, has jumped out in front as the League's top goalscorer with seven altogether - team-mate Aine O'Gorman is one behind after she netted a brace here.

Athlone fell behind inside just two minutes when Ryan-Doyle got The Peas rolling and it was 4-0 by half-time with Ryan-Doyle and O'Gorman sharing two apiece before the Player of the Match netted two more and late goals from Dearbhaile Beirne and Louise Masterson wrapped up the victory.

A second-half header from Emily Whelan made it five wins from five games for Shelbourne, but it was not a straightforward win for Dave Bell's side against Wexford Youths.

After Ciara Grant put them ahead on 13 minutes, when a slice of luck saw her effort catch out the opposition goalkeeper, they were back on level terms inside 60 seconds when Kylie Murphy scored for the visitors in her 200th game.

However, Shels wrestled back the lead when Noelle Murray picked out Whelan with a fine cross and the talented teenager did not waste the opportunity to seal the win. 

Next Fixtures - Saturday, 5 September
Athlone Town v Treaty United, Athlone Town Stadium, 19:00
Bohemians v Cork City, Oscar Traynor Centre, 14:00
Galway WFC v Shelbourne, Eamonn Deacy Park, 18:00
Wexford Youths v Peamount United, Ferrycarrig Park, 18:30