Standings as at 17 June 1983
|Girls U-14 Rounders League||P||W||L||RF||RA||Pts|
Note: # Enniscorthy excluded after two games due to fielding girls from outside the parish. Other teams awarded walkover victory in remaining games when scheduled to meet.
Legend: (SF) = Qualify for Division 1 Semi-Finals. (D2) Qualify for Division 2 Final.
|Division 2 Final|
|Division 1 Final|
Piercetown 28: Aillen Quirke (4), Sinead Codd (4), Majella Coffey (4), Sara Nolan (4), Katherine Miller (4), Mary Murray (3), Janette McLeish (1), Marrie Codd (3), Karen Fitzpatrick (1), Keara Masterson, Aisling Fitzpatrick.
Glynn/Barntown 3: Fiona Broadberry (1), Debbie Doyle (1), Kellie Brown (1), Louise Jones, Keara Cooney, Siobhan Moloney, Lisa Morrissey, Eilish Roche, Alma Sexton, Niamh Tyrrell.
Piercetown Bowler Aileen Quirke gave Glynn/Barntown Greens very little scope and this combined with excellent fielding limited the Greens to just 3 runs in the Wexford Community Games U-14 Girls Rounders Final. Piercetown won with a total of 28 runs to 3, with five girls scoring 4 runs each. Piercetown qualified for the Leinster Championship with this win.
 Anon. (1983) “Girls Rounders League Report” New Ross Standard Friday, July 15, 1983. Pg. 22.
 Anon. (1983) “Piercetown win U-14 Rounders title” New Ross Standard Friday, July 15, 1983. Pg. 22.
Thanks to Fiona Corrigan
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