In knocking nine goals past Claremorris, Celtic brought their tally to the season to 55, Stacy Muldowney accounting for 19 of them.
Her strike partner Aileen Collins wasn't far behind with a tally of 13, while winger Nicole Redmond rowed in with an impressive 13 also.
Captain Aoife Carroll formed a formidable partnership with Orla Barry at centre half, while Geraldine Burke and Amy Robinson alternated at right back. Chloe Finn made the left flank her own, while Laura Gavin, Ailish Moran, Shauna Maloney, Sarah Prendergast, Rena Duffy and Katie Heneghan all had stints in the middle of the park.
Lana McGlade, Catherine O'Toole, Aine Loughran, Shoona Connolly and Tanya Flynn all had time at left back or in midfield.
"This group of players are very much together and support each other at all times," said manager Jeremy Dee, who acknowledged the 'massive help' of Mark Togher as coach.
He added: "The parents also have been very involved and have supplied transport when ever needed.
"We would like to say a big 'thank you' to the Welcome Inn for their sponsorship from the management, players and the club."
Now the team embarks on new challenges in the cup competitions. It got off to a good start with a win over Partry Athletic in the Mayo Cup (see report in Castlebar Celtic Corner), but Jeremy and Mark will no doubt want to see the girls tighten up in defence after conceding 17 in the league.
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Pictured is Dave Breen presenting the Mayo under 16 shield to Orla Barry, deputising for Aoife Carroll.