Mooncoin / Carrigeen & Bunscoil McAuley Rice, Callan claim Cumann na mBunscol Roinn C & D titles
by PRO on the 16th of June 2015
Cumann na mBunscol Roinn C Final
Mooncoin / Carrigeen 11-03 Conahy 1-02
It was Mooncoin / Carrigeen who claimed the Roinn C title in Nowlan Park on Saturday when they were too strong for brave Conahy.
It was Conahy who started the stronger and opened the scoring with an Ellen Gunner free. Mooncoin / Carrigeen responded with a devastating 6-01 without reply. Brid Hennigan opened the victors account with a goal in the fourth minute. Niamh O’Keeffe continued the run with a goal after she cut through the Conahy defence. Ella Delahunty then tapped over a point in the tenth minute before Muireann Kinsella goaled from close range in the thirteenth minute. She got her second goal a minute later after latching onto a breaking ball to tap home from close range. Niamh O’Keeffe goaled in the twenty second minute when her long range shot deceived the Conahy defence. Ella Delahunty then goaled a minute later when she cut through the Conahy defence to tap home. Ella Delahunty who was in great form then pointed to make it 6-02 to 0-01 at the break.
Great credit is due to Conahy they never gave up and showed great determination to get back into the game when they goaled within a minute of the resumption when Ellen Gunner goaled from close range. Mooncoin / Carrigeen were determined that it was going to be there day when they opened there second half account with a Fiona Walsh goal in the twenty ninth minute. Muireann Kinsella then goaled after a scramble in the Conahy square. Niamh O’Keeffe then goaled from a rebound after the Conahy keeper pulled off a brilliant save a very unlucky concession for the Conahy net minder. Conahy deserved great credit and kept playing and got a deserved point from a free from Ellen Gunner in the fortieth minute. The victors responded with 1-02 from a further Ella Delahunty goal in the forty second minute before Muireann Kinsella tapped home in the forty fourth minute. Niamh O’Keeffe close out the scoring with a point in the forty fifth minute to ensure Mooncoin / Carrigeen claimed the Roinn C title.
Scorers – Mooncoin / Carrigeen – Niamh O’Keeffe 3-01, Muireann Kinsella 3-00, Ella Delahunty 2-02, Brid Hennigan 1-00, Mairead Corcorain 1-00, Fiona Walsh 1-00, Conahy- Ellen Gunner 1-02 (1f),
Mooncoin / Carrigeen – Amy Lehane, Maria Wall, Lauren Comerford, Ciara Kelly, Eimear Fleming (capt), Brid Hennigan, Laura Delahunty, Mairead Corcorain, Niamh O’Keefe, Fiona Walsh, Ella Delahunty, Muireann Kinsella.
Sub: Hannah Dunphy, Aoife O’Shea, Sile Delahunty, Eabha Cainan, Chloe Quinn, Eve keane, Aine Guthrie, Erin O’Callaghan, Roisin Cashin, Katie Doyle, Lisa Hayes, Ellen O’Keeffe, Ciara O’Keeffe, Kelly Croke, Cayla Dunphy, Hazel Barden, Kate Ponce de Leon, Catherine Cainan, Hannah Cooney, Lauren Doherty, Eabha Power.
Conahy N.S. – Ruth Phelan, Amy Lawless, Yvonne Dooley, Grainne Comerford, Caoimhe Hennessy, Aoife Mulhall (v.capt), Emma Mulhall, Ellen Gunner, Lydia O’Mahony (capt), Aoife Gamble, Robyn Creedon, Sarah Dooley.
Sub: Molly O’Dornan, Emily Murphy, Elly Devane, Robyn Morrissey, Cait Healy, Kate Brennan, Eimear Dawson, Hazel O’Meara.
Referee: Jennifer Norris
Cumann na mBunscol Roinn D Final
Bunscoil McAuley Rice, Callan 8-02 Tullogher 3-00
Goals were the key as Bunscoil McAuley Rice overcame a brave Tullogher in the Roinn D final in Nowlan Park on Saturday.
Tullogher began the game well and opened the scoring with a Tara Furness goal after a scramble in the Callan Square after thirty seconds. Leah Brett equalised for Callan with a goal when she gain possession to hand pass home from close range in the fourth minute. Kate Lyng got in for Tullogher’s second goal when she latched onto a breaking ball to hand pass home. Callan went on a scoring burst getting 3-01 without reply. Sarah Roche started the run with a free after fourteen minutes before they got three goals on the trot from Hannah Kehr when she hand passed to the net in the sixteenth minute, Saidhbhin Reid then goaled in the twenty third minute when her long range shot deceived the Tullogher defence. Carragh Donovan then goaled in the twenty fourth minute from the edge of the small square to see Callan lead 4-01 to 2-00 at half time.
Kate Lyng opened the second half scoring for Tullogher with a goal in the thirty sixth minute when her shot went straight to the roof of the net from distance in what proved to be there last score. Callan took control of the game after this closing out the game with 4-01 without reply. Sarah Roche started the run with a goal from twenty meters in the thirty fifth minute. Leah Brett then goaled a minute later when her close range shot went to the corner of the net. Sarah Roche then tapped over a free in the forty third minute before Meg Ryan got in for a Callan goal when she latched onto a breaking ball to tap home. Julie Greene closed out the scoring with a goal in the fiftieth minute to ensure Callan couldn’t be caught and claimed the Roinn D title over a brave Tullogher.
Scorers – Bunscoil McAuley Rice, Callan – Leah Brett 2-00, Sarah Roche 1-02 (1f), Hannah Keher 1-00, Saidhbin Reid 1-00, Caragh Donovan 1-00, Meg Ryan 1-00, Julie Greene 1-00. Tullogher- Kate Lyng 2-00, Tara Furness 1-00.
Bunscoil McAuley Rice – Aoife Lynch, Laoise Hennessy, Kelly Owuor, Aoife Butler, Meg Ryan, Amy Donovan, Sarah Roche (capt), Julie Greene, Saidhbin Reid, Leah Brett, Caragh Donovan, Hannah Keher.
Sub: Derval McGrath, Maria Godden, Alison Ryan, Eleanor Godden, Catherine Hennessy, Denise Foley, Erin Morrissey.
Tullogher– Annie Ryan, Anna Phelan, Leah Hanrahan, Emma Barron, Katie Bookle, Jane Walsh, Tara Glennon, Aine McDonald, Kate Lyng (capt), Mollie Ryan, Tara Furness, Katelyn Flynn Tobin.
Sub: Ava Lyng, Tori Murphy, Marita Kennedy, Ellen Murphy, Orla Murphy, Robin Power, Ciara Gallagher, Rebecca Malone.
Referee: Jennifer Norris
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