Weekend Reports: Tullaroan prove too strong for Rower Inistioge to claim Intermediate crown, while Rower Inistioge are Under 16 C Champs after defating Mullinavat / Carrickshock
by PRO on the 21st of October 2015
St Canices Kilkenny Credit Union Intermediate County Final Replay
Tullaroan 1-12 Rower Inistioge 2-04
Tullaroan will ploy there trade in the senior ranks for 2016 after overcoming Rower Inistioge in there Intermediate County final replay in Bennetsbridge on Sunday morning on a 1-12 to 2-04 score line.
It was the victors who began the game the brighter and raced into a three points to no score lead through Breda O’Neill. She opened the scoring in the second minute with a point from twenty one meters; she followed this up with a point in the fifth minute from the same distance. Tullaroan were nearly in for a goal in the seventh minute when Grace Walsh cut through the Rower Inistioge cover but Emma Kavanangh pulled of a terrific point blank save. Breda O’Neill continued her and Tullaroan’s good run with her third point in the ninth minute to make it 0-03 points to no score. Rower Inistioge stopped the rot in the sixteenth minute through an Aine Gannon forty five. Miriam Walsh responded with a point in the nineteenth minute from forty meters before she got in for the games opening goal when she latched onto a Breda O’Neill pass to tap home from fourteen meters. Niamh Dowling continued Tullaroan’s good run with two points in as many minutes from a forty five in the twenty third minute and a point from play a minute later from twenty one meters to make it 1-06 to 0-01 point. Catriona Ryan stopped the rot for Rower Inistioge with the last point of the half in the twenty fifth minute to make it 1-06 to 0-02 at half time.
Tullaroan continued their good vein of form and opened the second half scoring through a Breda O’Neill point in the thirty third minute from twenty one meters. Rower Inistioge bounced back brilliantly when an Aine Gannon sideline puck went straight to the Tullaroan net from thirty five meters to narrow the gap to five points 1-07 to 1-02. Tullaroan responded with four points on the spin. Miriam Walsh started the run with a point from twenty one meters in the thirty seventh minute before Niamh Dowling pointed a free from thirty five meters a minute later. Tullaroan were almost in for a goal in the forty third minute when Miriam Walsh gained possession on the twenty one but Emma Kavanangh was equal to her effort and deflected the sliotar out for a forty five. Niamh Dowling pointed the resulting forty five to make it 1-10 to 1-02. She then tapped over a free in the forty sixth minute from twenty one meters. Rower Inistioge responded with 1-02 from Catriona Ryan. She started the run with a point in the forty eight minute from twenty one meters and followed this up a minute later with a free from forty five meters to make it 1-11 to 1-04. She then got Rower Inistioge’s second goal from a twenty one meters free in the fifty third minute and Rower Inistioge were only four points behind. Miriam Walsh made it five points again with a massive point from sixty meters in the fifty fifth minute. Credit to Rower Inistioge they kept fighting to get a goal to ensure a grandstand finish. Their efforts were almost rewarded in the fifty eight minute when they were awarded twenty one meters free but Catriona Ryan’s effort was stopped on the line and Tullaroan cleared there line and held on to recorded a 1-12 to 2-04 victory to claim the intermediate crown. They will now face Dublin opposition at home in the Leinster Intermediate Club Championship next weekend, time and venue to be confirmed.
Scorers-–Tullaroan- Miriam Walsh 1-03, Niamh Dowling 0-05 (2F, 2-45), Breda O’Neill 0-04. Rower Inistioge- Catriona Ryan 1-03, Aine Gannon 1-01 (1-45).
Tullaroan- Aideen Kenny, Marlise Walsh, Aine Fahey, Jenny Maher, Claire Walsh, Grace Walsh, Rachel Dowling (vice-capt), Niamh Dowling, Ella Moore, Noelle Maher, Aisling Pollard (capt), Ailish Langton, Lorraine Maher, Miriam Walsh, Rachel Buckley.
Subs- Noreen Delaney, Leandra Pollard, Danika Sweeney, Breda O’Neill, Catherine Maher, Emer Lanigan, Aine Lanigan , Anna Marie Young, Training Panellists- Sinead Keoghan, Caoimhe Holland, Rebecca Cuddihy.
Rower Inistioge – Emma Kavanangh, Aideen Foskin, Eimear Lyng, Shelly Murphy, Aisling Kelly, Aoife Lyng, Ciara Lyng, Aine Gannon, Catriona Ryan, Debbie O’Mahony, Lizzie Lyng, Christine Lyng, Ciara Foskin, Sarah O’Mahoney, Claire Lyng.
Subs- Rachel Dwyer, Sarah Ryan, Fiona Carroll, Lisa Gannon, Ruth kavanagh, Sarah Grace, Aoife Bolger, Grace Malone, Joanna Galavan, Sinead Kelly, Jane Cullen, Tara Kennedy, Kelly Hamilton.
Referee- Paul Hunston.
St Canices Kilkenny Credit Union Under 16 C County Final Replay
Rower Inistioge 2-06 Mullinavat / Carrickshock 1-08
Rower Inistioge are the Under 16 C county champions after overcoming a brave Mullinavat / Carrickshock side in there county final replay in Thomastown on Saturday afternoon last.
Rower Inistioge began the game well and raced into a 1-01 to no score lead in the opening two minutes. Ciara Foskin opened the scoring after thirty seconds with a free from twenty one meters. Lily O’ Keeffe continued the good start when she got in for a goal in the second minute to tap to the net from an Emma Tennyson pass from the edge of the small square. Mullinavat / Carrickshock bounced back well with two points on the spin. Kiah Dwyer started the run with a free from forty meters after Jessica Dunphy was fouled. Jessica Dunphy then tapped over a well taken point from play from twenty one meters in the ninth minute. Ciara Foskin responded with a free for Rower Inistioge in the tenth minute to make it 1-02 to 0-02. Mullinavat responded with two points from Alison Foskin from thirty meters in the eleventh minute and a massive Kiah Dwyer free from fifty meters in the sixteenth minute. Ciara Foskin responded with a forty five in the twenty fifth minute to make it 0-04 points to 1-03 at half time.
Mullinavat / Carrickshock raced out of the traps at the start of the new half and got 1-02 on the trot. Jessica Dunphy started the run with a point in the opening minute from thirty meters. Alison Foskin continued the good run when she got in for a goal in the thirty fourth minute when she gained possession fifty meters from goal cut through the Rower Inistioge defence to tap home from close range. Jessica Dunphy then tapped over a point in the thirty fifth minute from thirty five meters to make it 1-06 to 1-03. Ciara Foskin responded with a point for Rower Inistioge from a forty five in the thirty seventh minute before Jessica Dunphy responded with a point for Mullinavat / Carrickshock in the forty third minute from thirty meters. Rower Inistioge stormed back into the contest getting 1-02 on the trot. Hollie Cullen Fitzpatrick started the run with a goal in the fiftieth minute when she brilliantly caught a high dropping ball into the Mullinavat / Carrickshock square turned her marker to tap home from close range. Ciara Foskin followed this up with two points on the spin from play in the fifty third minute from twenty one meters and a free from the same distance in the fifty fifth minute to make it 2-06 to 1-07. Mullinavat / Carrickshock almost had a goal in the fifty sixth minute but Alison Foskin’s effort went painfully wide from twenty meters. She tapped over a well taken point in the fifty seventh minute to cut the deficit to a point 1-08 to 2-06. Try as they might Mullinavat / Carrickshock couldn’t get the equalising score and Rower Inistioge held on to claim the Under 16 C title.
In other camogie news Mullinavat / Carrickshock and Young Irelands will face each other in the Minor C county final after they overcame there semi finals on Sunday. Mullinavat / Carrickshock proved too strong for St Annes on a 5-07 to 0-02 point’s score line, while Young Irelands defeated Ballyhale Shamrocks 5-04 to 1-03. St.Brigids will face Windgap in the Minor B county final when they defeated Slieverue on a 3-12 to 3-00 score linein Ballyhale on Sunday.
Scorers-– Rower Inistioge- Ciara Foskin 0-06 (3f, 2-45), Lily O’Keeffe 1-00, Hollie Cullen Fitzpatrick 1-00. Mullinavat / Carrickshock – Alison Foskin 1-02 (1f), Jessica Dunphy 0-04, Kiah Dwyer 0-02 (2f).
Rower Inistioge – Aoife Burke, Grainne Kelly, Laura Hackett, Ann Whelan, Roisin Leahy, Sinead Kelly, Dearbhail Kelly, Joanna Galavan, Mary Walsh, Aine Galavan, Ciara Foskin (capt), Lily O’Keeffe, Jenny O’Keeffe, Emma Tennyson, Hollie Cullen Fitzpatrick.
Subs- Amy Ryan, Kate Galavan, Peg Delaney.
Mullinavat / Carrickshock- Amy Aylward, Grace Kent, Ciara Walsh, Sinead Brennan, Grace Aylward, Niamh Dunphy, Michelle O’Connor, Kiah Dwyer, Aine Phelan, Alison Foskin, Jessica Dunphy, Orla Grace, Kerri-Ann Power, Laura McDonald, Shauna Dwyer.
Subs- Anna Malone, Sophie Bland, Jessie Catt, Sophie Morrissey, Ciara Walsh, Aisling Walsh, Amber Clarke, Laura Culleton.
Referee- Liz Dempsey.
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