Peamount United 3-1 Cork City
Eleanor Ryan-Doyle bagged a brace as Peamount United stayed top of the SSE Airtricity Women's National League with a 3-1 victory over Cork City.
A goal in both halves from Ryan-Doyle kept the Dublin side in charge of the game in what was a repeat of the 2020 FAI Cup final as Eva Mangan had levelled three minutes before half-time with her first goal for the club.
The league top scorer's second came in the 72nd minute before Ireland international Aine O'Gorman sealed the victory in the 83rd minute to maintain a two-point lead at the top of the table.
Wexford Youths 7-1 Bohemians
Wexford Youths stayed in the hunt for the title as they hit Bohemians for seven at Ferrrycarrig Park on Saturday evening.
Kylie Murphy headed home the opening goal after 19 minutes before doubling her own and her team's tally with a 34th-minute penalty.
Aisling Frawley's fine finish in the 40th minute handed Wexford a three-goal advantage at the break, before a Bohemians own goal made it four in the 56th minute.
Kim Flood made it five in the 61st minute before Erica Burke grabbed a consolation for the visitors five minutes later.
But the home side were not finished and added two more before full-time as Lauren Kelly struck in the 77th and 81st minute with goals number six and seven.
Shelbourne 5-0 Galway
Shelbourne cruised past Galway at Tolka Park after a ruthless first-half performance.
The hosts took just 16 minutes to break the deadlock, with Jessica Ziu slotting home after Emily Whelan's low effort bounced off the left post.
Nine minutes later Jamie Finn was in the right place at the right time to tap home from close range.
The game was effectively done and dusted in the 33rd minute when Ciara Grant fired home a 25-yarder, with a Saoirse Noonan penalty three minutes later making absolutely sure of it.
Galway dug deep in what was an exercise in damage limitation on the turnaround but Noelle Murray did manage to get a fifth for Shels, chipping home the goal of the day in the 74th minute.
Athlone Town 0-1 DLR Waves
DLR Waves kept in touch with the leading group to stay fourth with a narrow victory over Athlone Town.
Carla McManus' seventh-minute goal was enough to secure the points for the Dublin side.