Ballinhassig collected their first point of the season with a good 1 - 1 draw at home to Douglas Hall in the Under 14 Premier Division.
St.Marys maintained their 100% record with 4 - 1 win over Crosshaven at Kilcully. They led 2 - 0 at the break. Ciara O'Keefe pulled one back for Crosser but two late goals put the game beyond the visitors who had keeper Caoimhe O'Regan in top form as well as Aoibhinn Kidney, Cara Hughes and Shauna McKenna.
Kinsale continued their vein of form with an impressive victory at Midleton where Sadhbh O'Leary scored all their 5 goals in a 1 - 5 win.
In Division 1, leaders Bandon had to work hard to secure the three points at much improved Riverstown. The game ended 0 - 2.
Passage had a 0 - 1 win at Carrigaline United, which means that now both sides share second place on 12 points.
In Division 2, Richmond were impressive winners at Ringmahon Rangers who still had good displays from Shelley McKenzie, Orla Kearny, Susan Cuneen and Megan Lynch.
On Sunday Corinthians got back to winning ways in the Under 18 Premier Divison when they defeated bottom side Crosshaven 1 - 4 at Camden.
Second placed St. Marys kept up the chase following their 3 - 0 win over Douglas Hall.
In Division 2, with Kinsale not playing, Carrigaline United took the opportunity to close the gap on the leaders with a 0 - 4 victory at Glounthaune United. The goals came from Mary McGuinness, Anna O'Keeffe, Kelly O'Leary and Leann Fitzgerald.
Park United secured their first win of the season with a 1 - 2 win away to Ballincollig. Sarah Connelly and Tara O'Gorman scored for Park with Ava Murphy getting the Ballincollig goal. Best for the winners were O'Gorman, Sally O'Neill, Aileen Meaney, Courtney O'Shea and Laura Murphy.