Weekend Reports- Tullaroan claim U16C title while Glenmore claim Intermediate League crown.
by PRO on the 21st of September 2016
U 16 Roinn C Championship Final
Tullaroan 6-07 Slieverue 2-02
Tullaroan completed the league / championship double when they overcame a brave Slieverue side for the second time this season in Mullinavat on Friday last.
In a low scoring opening quarter it was the victors who started the game the brighter and opened the scoring with a brace of points. Amy Cleere started the run with a point from twenty one meters in the sixth minute. They were nearly in for a goal in the eighteenth minute only Aoife Slattery pulled of a brilliant save from Beth Grace. Tullaroan doubled their advantage a minute later when Anna McCabe tapped over a point from twenty one meters. Caroline Kennedy opened Slieverue’s account with a well taken point from thirty meters in the twentieth minute. Ciara Walsh put Tullaroan two points clear again in the twenty second minute with a well taken point from thirty meters. Caroline Kennedy responded for Slieverue with an excellent point on the run form thirty meters in the twenty fifth minute. Tullaroan then went on a devastating scoring run getting 2-02 on the spin. Ciara Norton started the run with a point from twenty one meters in the twenty seventh minute. Leanne Cleere got in for her sides and the game’s first goal in the twenty eight minute when she latched onto a Ciara Norton pass to tap home from fourteen meters to put her side 1-04 to 0-02 ahead. Amy Cleere continued the good run with a point from twenty one meters a minute later. Tullaroan closed out the first half well by getting in for their second goal in the thirty third minute when Amy Cleere got in for her sides and the victors second goal when she latched onto a Anna McCabe pass to tap home to make it 2-05 to 0-02 at the break.
Great credit to Slieverue despite the late first half concession they raced out of the traps at the start of the second half and got in for a goal in the thirty fifth minute when a long range Caroline Kennedy shot from forty five meters deceived the Tullaroan defence and went straight to the back of the net. Tullaroan bounced back brilliantly to this early concession and went on a scoring run of their own getting a hat-trick of goals. Sinead Keoghan started the run when she got in for her sides third goal in the thirty sixth minute when she latched onto a Ciara Norton pass to hand pass home from close range. Amy Cleere followed this up with her side’s fourth goal when she latched onto a Slieverue clearance cut through to tap home from close range. Leanne Cleere then got in for Tullaroan’s fifth goal in the forty sixth minute after latching onto a Anna McCabe pass to tap home to make it 5-05 to 1-02. Credit to Slieverue they bounced back from this onslaught and got in for their second goal of the game in the fifty first minute when Aoife Slattery goaled from a thirty meters free to narrow the deficit to 5-05 to 2-02. It was to be Tullaroan’s days as they closed out the half with 1-02 without replay. They started the run with a point from a Ciara Norton penalty after Amy Cleere was fouled. Ciara Walsh got in for here sides sixth goal in the fifty eight minute when her shot from twenty one meters deceived the Slieverue defence and went to the back of the net. Anna McCabe closed out the games scoring in the sixty first minute from twenty one meters to see Tullaroan claim the title on a 6-07 to 2-02 score line to complete the league championship double.
Scorers- Tullaroan – Amy Cleere 2-02, Leanne Cleere 2-00, Ciara Walsh 1-01, Sinead Keoghan 1-00, Anna McCabe 0-02, Ciara Norton 0-02 (1f). Slieverue – Caroline Kennedy 1-02, Aoife Slattery 1-00 (1-00f).
Tullaroan: Laura McCabe, Laoise Holland, Roisin Treacy, Hannah Moore, Ashling Treacy, Caoimhe Holland, Ella Dillon, Beth Grace, Sinead Keoghan, Shannon Bush, Rebecca Cuddihy, Ciara Walsh, Anna McCabe, Ciara Norton, Amy Cleere.
Subs: Leanne Cleere, Lily Braben, Grace Keoghan, Ciara O’Shea, Chloe Glennon.
Slieverue – Aoife Slattery, Kate Mullally, Ciara Atkins, Ellen Kennedy, Amy Phelan, Laura Mulcair, Alisha Finn Toms, Caroline Kennedy, JaneAnn Rochford, Sarah Phelan, Molly Plunkett, Katelyn Roche, Niamh Buggy, Jessica Knox, Amy Ahearn.
Subs- Lana White, Emma Murphy, Sadie Kelly, Ava Doherty
Referee: Richard Dowling
Intermediate League Final
Glenmore 1-14 St Brigid’s 1-10
Helen Hoynes finished with a personal tally of 0-08 points as Glenmore staged a gallant second performance to add the Intermediate league title to the All County League title they claimed so far in 2016.
It was St Brigid’s who started the game brightly and raced into a 0-05 points to no score lead in the opening nine minutes. Amy O’Connor started the run with a point from twenty one meters in the opening minute. She followed this up with a point from the same distance after latching onto a Laureena Murphy pass in the fourth minute. Bronagh Neary pushed St Brigid’s three points to the good with a free from forty five meters in the fifth minute after Eadaoin Murphy was fouled. Laureena Murphy continued the impressive St Brigid’s start with a point from thirty five meters in the sixth minute. Laureena Murphy then tapped over an excellent point from twenty one meters from out on the sideline in the ninth minute to make it 0-05 points to no score. Glenmore bounced back brilliantly to the early concessions and reeled off four points on the trot. Helen Hoynes started the run with three points on the trot. She started the run with a free from out near the sideline in the eleventh minute from thirty meters. She followed this up with a further free from thirty five meters in the thirteenth minute. She then followed this up with a well taken point from thirty meters in the fifteenth minute. Suzie May Aylward then followed this up with a well taken point from twenty one meters in the twenty fourth minute to cut the deficit to a point 0-05 points to 0-04. St Brigid’s bounced back and got two points on the spin through Aisling Dunphy from forty five meters in the twenty fifth minute and Amy O’Connor from thirty meters a minute later to push her side three clear again 0-07 points to 0-04. The sides then traded points with Helen Hoynes on target for Glenmore with a free after Clara Hendrick was fouled in the twenty eight minute and Eimear Keoghan on target for St Brigid’s with a point from twenty one meters after latching onto a misdirected Glenmore clearance to make it 0-08 points to 0-04 at the interval with the game al to play for.
St Brigid’s began the second half brightly and opened the scoring through a Bronagh Neary free from twenty one meters to push her side four clear 0-09 points to 0-04. Glenmore bounced back brilliantly and reeled off three points on the spin. Annette Phelan started the run with a point from twenty one meters in the thirty third minute. Helen Hoynes then tapped over a point from thirty five meters after latching onto a Brigid Mullally pass in the thirty fifth minute. Suzie May Aylward then tapped over a point from twenty one meters in the thirty eight minute to cut the deficit to a point 0-09 points to 0-08. Aisling Dunphy responded with a point from thirty five meters a minute later to push St Brigid’s two clear again. Glenmore hit back and got a devastating 1-06 without reply. Mia Griifin started the burst with a point from twenty one meters in the forty first minute. Helen Hoynes followed this up with a well taken score from forty five meters in the forty third minute. Mia Griffin then tapped over an excellent point from twenty one meters from out on the sideline after latching onto a Jacqui O’Connor pass. Claire Aylward then tapped over a point from forty five meters to push her side two clear 0-12 points to 0-10. Suzie May Aylward put the game to bed in the fifty fourth minute when she got in for the game’s only goal when she gathered possession on the edge of the small square to hand pass home. Helen Hoynes followed this up with a brace of points. The first from a from a free from forty five meters in the fifty ninth minute and a point from play from the same distance thirty second later to push her side seven points clear 1-14 to 0-10. Ann Doheny got in for a consolation goal for St Brigid’s deep into injury time, but it was Glenmore’s day as they held on to record a 1-14 to 1-10 score line to clench the League title.
In other camogie news the senior league finalist were decided with Thomastown and Mullinavat securing the final berth. Thomastown proved too strong for St.Lachtains/Lisdowney on a 2-15 to 0-03 points score. Mullinavat secured next Sunday’s showdown by defeating Dicksboro 3-14 to 2-08. In the first round of the Senior Championship Tullaroan proved too strong for St Martin’s 3-10 to 3-03. In the days other Senior Championship game Piltown had six points to spare over Windgap 1-09 to 0-06. In the Intermediate Championship Rower Inistioge proved too strong for Paulstown / Goresbridge on a 1-16 to 1-09. In the Junior A League semi final Young Ireland’s defeated O’ Loughlin Gaels 4-11 to 0-04 to round off a busy weekend of action.
St Brigid’s – Miriam Walton, Amy Hennessy, Nicola Butler, Caoimhe Murphy, Niamh O’Connor, Therese Muldowney, Ciara Murphy, Laura Hennessy, Aisling Dunphy, Eadaoin Murphy, Amy O’Connor, Laureena Murphy (capt), Eimear Keoghan, Bronagh Neary, Ann Doheny.
Subs- Emma Boland, Bernie Ryall, Tara Hogan, Kayleigh Nolan, Laoise Prenderville, Ann Marie O’Brien, Anna Robinson ,Therese Purcell, Sarah Dunphy, Christine Caldbeck, Suin Corcoran, Celine O’Dwyer, Marie Dohney.
Glenmore: Linda Long, Marie T Barron, Ruth Jones, Michelle Murphy, Annmarie Phelan, Bridget Mullally (capt), Eimear O’Neill, Magerurite Hoynes, Helen Hoynes, Suziemay Aylward, Mia Griffin, Annette Phelan, Clara Hendrick, Claire Aylward, Jacqui O’ Conner.
Subs: Michelle Doherty, Cecilia Roche, Emily Phelan, Mairead O’ Donovan, Claire Buggy, Joanne Kenny, Regina Delahunty, Elaine O’ Conner, Annmarie Roche, Nicole Garvey, Grace Denieffe.
Referee: Liz Dempsey
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