Enniscorthy started brightly with Eve Furlong, Aoife Mernagh and Elaine Quigley pressing hard up front and they were rewarded early on with a penalty corner chance. Susannah Doyle thought she had scored but the strike was ruled out as it was outside the circle. Naas then took the lead with a goal against the run of play. Enniscorthy fought back with Laura Smith, Hannah Sweeney and Emer Doyle combining to create a chance for Elaine Quigley who rounded the last defender to score. With the game tied at one all it became more open. The play went from end to end with Sophie Gillot making her debut in goal managed to pull off a magnificent save to keep the game all square. Katie Sutton, Alice Medcalf and Eabha Farell all working hard in defence restricted Naas to one goal from a penalty corner.
With the score at 2-1, Enniscorthy introduced some new blood, Anna Kavanagh, Eimear Doyle, Aoife Mahon, Ellen Creed and Rianna Hourihan, who all contributed to set up Elaine Quigley for her second goal. Enniscorthy then reverted to a kicking back instead of a goalie, which gave Naas the opportunity to score the winning goal.
All Enniscorthy's players performed very well with special mention to all the 6th class girls who were making their debut at this level. The girls next game will be the first round of the cup on the 25th of January.