In the Joma Under 14 Premier Division, Lakewood Athletic made it 5 wins from 5 games following their 0 - 3 win at Crosshaven.
St. Marys look to be their rivals as they also continued their 100% record with a tight 1 - 2 victory at Douglas Hall.
Chloe O'Reilly and Caitlyn O'Sullivan got the Mary's goals and there were excellent displays from Jenny Nagle, Emma Buckley and keeper Niamh Ryan.
Kinsale were 6 - 3 winners at home to Ballinhassig. Sadbh O'Leary bagged 5 for the winners with Saoirse Crowley getting the other. Laura Cussen (2) and Rachel O'Sullivan were on target for Ballinhassig.
In Division 1, the top of the table clash between leaders Carrigaline United and second placed Bandon went the way of the challengers as they won 3 - 0. This puts them just three points behind but with two games in hand.
Passage are also challenging strongly as they recorded another home victory, this time being 3 - 1 winners against Glounthaune United.
Leading 3 - 0 at the break through goals from Clionadh Fahy, Erin McEveny and Danielle Burke, they never lost their hold in the game and it was only in the dying moments that Glounthaune pulled a goal back through Daria Lee.
Best for the winners were Laoise Heffernan, Kelly McGranaghan and stand in keeper Aoife O'Flynn. Glounthaune's best performances came from Gill Healy, Sadbh Cremin and Niamh McLoughlin.
Riverstown have really turned their season around as they recorded another fine victory at home against a youthful Wilton United side, winning 5 - 3. Once again they had a wide spread of scorers, with Roisin O'Donovan, Aoife O'Brien, Jessica Memhet, Katelyn Byrd and Katie Hegarty all on the scoresheet. Michelle O'Driscoll and Emma McCarthy also were excellent for the winners.
Unfortunately Division 2 has been thrown into turmoil with the withdrawing of Springfield Ramblers and Mallow United. This leaves just three teams so the League will have to do a lot of thinking over the next week to try and come up with a formula for the remaining teams.
In the Under 18 Premier Division, leaders College Corinthians suffered their first defeat of the season, going down 2 - 5 at home to Wilton United, who they themselves have been boosted by the addition of a number of ex Passage players who have transferred following the folding of the Passage Under 18 side.
It was 2 - 3 at the break with Niamh Kiely and Katelyn Hickey scoring for Corinthians and Vickie Hanna (2) and Emma Madigan scoring for Wilton. Madigan and Eleanor Strich got the two second half goals for United. Best for Corinthians were Lisa Lynch, Leanne Mullins, Michelle O'Regan and Michelle Murphy. Best for Wilton were Amy O'Connor, Amy Corkery and Jenny Maguire.
There was a cracking tie at Camden where St. Marys just prevailed against Crosshaven on a 5 - 6 scoreline.
Amanda O'Leary, Ciara McNamara, Shannon Carson, Kate Fitzpatrick (2) and Denise O'Brien were the St. Mary's scorers who had Kate Donovan in top form.
Megan O'Keeffe (2), Anna Reardon (2) and Jessy Bushe were on target for Crosshaven who had fine performances from Emily Phelan, Roisin McCarthy and Haley Fitzgerald.
In Division 1, Kinsale are really setting the pace following another good victory. This time they travelled to Carrigaline United and came away 0 - 3 winners.
It was 0 - 1 at the break, thanks to a Lorraine Copithorne goal on 20 minutes. Sarah Berguin doubled the scores just after the break and Copithorne wrapped up the points in the 70th minutes with her second of the day. There were great displays from Joan Tyner, Saoirse O'Mahony and Grace Cronin and special mention must go to the defence who worked tirelessly all through.
Glounthaune United had a comfortable 6 - 0 win at home to an understrength Ballincollig. Nicole Cashman, Angie Carry, Allanah O'Kelly Lynch, Leah Mahony and Hollie McNamara were all on the scoresheet. They will also be very pleased with the displays of Kate O'Donoghue, Audrey Byrne and Emer Cronin.
Best for Ballincollig were Trisha Murphy, Katie Walsh and Leah O'Sullivan.