Cork City 0-1 DLR Waves

Jess Gleeson's fierce free-kick swung a tight game in Turner's Cross DLR Waves' way on Saturday afternoon.

Gleeson rifled home from the edge of the area in the 29th minute after Cork keeper Abby McCarthy had coughed up the free.

The hosts huffed and puffed thereafter in search of a leveller but DLR Waves stood firm to take the points.

Bohemian FC 0-3 Peamount United

Peamount United surged to the top of the table thanks to a strong second-half performance at the Oscar Traynor Centre.

After a scoreless first half Tiegan Ruddy finally made the breakthrough in the 65th minute with a good finish from inside the area.

Substitute Eleanor Ryan Doyle made it 2-0 seven minutes later, bending a terrific 25-yard free-kick into the top corner, with Becky Watkins knocking in a close-range volley to wrap up the victory in the 74th minute.

Galway United 4-1 Treaty United

A ruthless first-half performance from Galway United laid the groundwork for a comfortable defeat of Treaty United.

Lynsey McKey, Savannah McCarthy, Shauna Brennan and Rachel Kearns all found the net within a devastating six-minute period to effectively end this game as a contest, as Galway went in at the break 4-0 up.

To their credit Treaty kept battling and got one back through Aine Walsh 13 minutes from time but it was a mere consolation.

Wexford Youths 1-0 Athlone Town

Kylie Murphy's penalty 11 minutes from time finally broke the resistant of a spirited Athlone, who finished with nine players at Ferrycarrig Park.

A stubborn Athlone frustrated their hosts for large chunks of the contest but their task got harder in the 63rd minute when Muireann Devaney picked up a second yellow card.

Murphy's spot-kick made the task even harder for the visitors but it was well and truly over for them when Fiona Owens saw red for a challenge on Ellen Molloy in the 85th minute.