Both Midleton and St. Marys lead the way in the Joma Under 12 Section 1 with 100% records. Midleton were 6 -0 winners against Carrigaline United to take them level with Mary's, who had a free weekend. Aoife Kelleher was the pick of the Carrigaline side.
Richmond could have gone clear at the top but were held scoreless at Crosshaven.
Ballinhassig were 4 - 2 winners at Blarney United. It was a close affair with the winners 2 - 1 ahead at the break. Lily O'Brien and Katie Buckley were on target for Blarney who also hada Edel O'Raw and Sophie Koster in top form.
In Section 2, Lakewood Athletic continue to be the kingpins of this age group as they recorded another victory. This was a very close affair as their opponents Kinsale put up a great fight before the home side eventually prevailed on a 5 - 4 scoreline.
Wilton United made it 2 from 2 with a comfortable victory over Riverstown FC.
Springfield Ramblers were 1 - 4 winners away to Douglas Hall.
In the Under 16 Premier Division, College Corinthians were easy winners at home to a young Midleton side.
Glounthaune United continue to keep the pressure on the leaders but had to work hard to overcome a strong challenge from Kinsale, finally coming through 4 - 3 at Glenmore Park.
St. Marys were 1 - 0 winners over Douglas Hall.
In Division 2, Crosshaven hold the slight advantage at the top following their 2 - 4 win at Wilton United.
Bandon were held to a 2 - 2 draw at Riverstown FC. Leading 0 - 2 at the break, they had to withstand a great Riverstown comeback in the second half and can count themselves luck to come away with a point.
Ballinhassig got their first win of the season as they ovecame Ringmahon Rangers 2 - 4.