Peamount were held to a 1-1 draw by Bohemians while there were wins for Shelbourne, DLR Waves and Athlone Town.

Peamount United 1-1 Bohemians

After a dominant 8-1 win over Cork City last weekend, Peamount were left frustrated by a determined Bohemians side, as they dropped two points at a wet and windy PRL Park.

After early pressure by Peamount, the visitors soon settled into the game and took the lead on 27 minutes through Lisa Murphy's looping header. Áine O’Gorman went close to equalising minutes later but her curling effort went just wide.

Stephanie Roche’s effort smashed the crossbar ten minutes after the restart, but she soon found the net to level the game. Murphy fouled Roche inside the box, and March’s player of the month scored from the spot, bagging her sixth goal this season.

The hosts should have gone in front minutes later, as Roche found Jetta Berrill whose volley went just over.

Peamount had two late chances to nick all three points. Karen Duggan dragged her effort to the left and wide on 80 minutes, before Roche’s curling shot was well saved by Rachael Kelly, who was impressive all afternoon.

Shelbourne 5-0 Treaty United

Shelbourne went two points clear in the Women’s National League this afternoon after a comprehensive victory over bottom side Treaty United.

The Limerick side endured a difficult afternoon, as Shelbourne remain unbeaten at Tolka Park this season.

Don O’Riordan’s side gave themselves a mountain to climb early on, as Shelbourne went 2-0 up inside the opening five minutes.

Abbie Larkin (L) was a creative force for Shelbourne once again

Megan Smyth-Lynch’s fantastic cross from the left found Gloria Douglas, whose header flew into the corner. Two minutes later, Alex Kavanagh’s free-kick cracked the crossbar and Jessie Stapleton was first to pounce to make it 2-0.

Fabulous footwork from Abbie Larkin allowed her to cross to allow Saoirse Noonan to tap in after 22 and Noonan netted her second on the half-hour mark before Douglas scored again midway through the second half.

Trish Fennelly produced a terrific save on 75 minutes to deny Jess Gargan’s looping effort, as Shels saw out an emphatic win.

DLR Waves 6-0 Cork City

DLR Waves produced a dominant display at the UCD Bowl to keep the pressure on the top three.

Cork had an early chance to take the lead through Lauren Singleton, but her effort was well saved by Eve Badana. The Waves goalkeeper denied Singleton again on 22 minutes, getting across quickly to collect the curling shot from distance.

After a bright start to the season, Sarah McKevitt was inches away from putting her side the lead, only to be denied by a superb Abbie McCarthy save.

The hosts' pressure paid off as they took the lead on the half-hour mark. A Waves corner landed inside the six-yard box, and Katie Malone stabbed the ball past McCarthy to put her side ahead.

McKevvit hit the crossbar minutes later, before Mia Dodd was stretchered off after suffering a leg injury.

Malone hit her second with a super strike into the top corner and she bagged a hat-trick just before the break, capitalising on some loose Cork defending to chip the ball over McCarthy and into the net.

Kerri Letmon netted her first goal of the season with a nice volley at the back-post just after the restart. With 20 minutes remaining, Avril Brierley capitalised on a Cork error and slotted the ball past McCarthy to put the hosts 5-0 up.

Letmon scored her second late on after a mistake by the Cork goalkeeper to round off an impressive afternoon from the hosts.

Galway WFC 2-2 Wexford Youths

An entertaining game of football ended in a draw as both teams deservedly picked up a point each in the West.

Galway took the lead extremely early on in the game, with Becky Walsh making sure the ball went over the line from a Shauna Brennan cross.

Wexford didn’t sit back however, and 15 minutes later Becky Watkins sweetly struck the ball into the bottom corner to bring her side back on level terms.

A penalty was awarded to Wexford shortly after, and Kylie Murphy calmly placed the ball into the bottom right corner to give Wexford the momentum going into the break.

Galway came out fighting in the second half, creating good chances to try and get back even in the game.

The equaliser was secured in the 87th minute, as Julie-Ann Russell’s deflected strike hit the back of the Wexford net. Galway’s Taylor Rutland almost found the winner for the home side late on, but her shot was just wide of the goal.

Athlone Town 5-0 Sligo Rovers

A dominating display from Tommy Hewitt’s Athlone saw them take all three points in a fantastic showing at Athlone Town Stadium.It was a fast start from the home side, with Emily Corbet slotting home a penalty in the second minute.

In the ninth minute, a Kelsey Munroe corner was helped in by Kellie Brennan and Athlone had their second of the evening. Their third came just three minutes later, and it was Corbet who got on the scoresheet again.

Emily Corbet (R) scored four times for Athlone

Athlone went into the break very much on top, scoring three goals in 12 minutes. Fifteen minutes into the second half, an impressive Corbet had her hat-trick. A well-worked free-kick was flicked on by Kayleigh Shine and Corbet finished off the set-piece.

Another penalty was given to Athlone in the 68th minute, and Corbet calmly converted to get her fourth and Athlone’s fifth of the evening.

Sligo did create chances in the game, but overall it was Athlone’s pressing and control that gave them all three points.