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Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club notes.

November 8, 2018

Intermediate Football

The intermediate team completed the league as they started with victories over Nemo Rangers and Inch Rovers in the last two group games.  Nemo were played at home on Good Friday and beaten on a scoreline of 3.13 to 1.7.  Inch Rovers second team were our final game and with yet again a different first fifteen playing a tough game was encountered.  Bride Rovers fought hard to win by 3.10 to 1.8.  28 players played at different stages during the 7 league games played over two months.  With six wins out of seven the team finish in the top two in the league securing a semi- final place.   The focus is now turned to an East Cork semi-final against Watergrasshill which will be played in the coming weeks and then competitions will take  a back seat as the exams take over. Best of luck to all our players doing both college and school exams over the next number of weeks.  Training continues on Tuesday and Thursday’s at 7pm

Panel and scorers V Nemo Rangers: Caitriona Vaughan, Mary McHugh, Arlene O’ Callaghan, Bridget Forde, Caroline Broderick, Annette Raher, Emma O’ Keeffe, Niamh Barry, Michelle McAteer, Colette Hogan (0-2), Eleanor Ahern (0-2), Grace Kearney (1-4), Jennifer Cahill (0-2), Imelda Dorgan (1-0), Sinead Walsh (1-3), Deirdre Moroney, Jennifer Barry, Michelle Boyce, Carol Noonan, Avelina Crowley,

Panel and scorers V Inch Rovers:  Eadaoin Cashman, Emma O’ Keeffe, Arlene O’ Callaghan, Erin O’ Keeffe, Eleanor Ahern (0-2), Bridget Forde, Niamh Barry, Jennifer Barry, Clodagh Butler, Sinead O’ Driscoll, Sinead Walsh(2-2),  Mary Hazelwood, Michelle Boyce, Imelda Dorgan(0-1), Grace Kearney(1-4), Caitriona Vaughan, Yris Bloemhoff.

Junior B Ladies Football

History was created in the club on Monday last when a second adult team was fielded in competition for the first time.  This team was introduced to allow players gain increased match time in a competitive environment.  Great credit is due to both young and not so young players who battled hard with neighbours Fermoy in the first round of the East Cork championship.  Rathcormac was the venue and on a wet dreary evening the girls fought diligently only to be beaten by two scores.  The result was 2.10 to 1.7 and Fermoy were deserving winners.  In the next number of weeks a second game will be scheduled for this team.

Panel and scorers V  Fermoy B: Eadaoin Cashman, Imelda Dorgan, Erin O’ Keeffe, Mary McHugh, Carol Noonan, Mary Hazelwood, Claire Murphy, Trish O’ Sullivan, Clodagh Butler, Katie Kelleher, Michelle Boyce, Sinead O’ Driscoll, Deirdre Moroney, Rebecca Howard, Aine Cashman, Katie O’ Connor, Dayna Connolly, Yris Bloemhoff, Shannon Sheehan.

Junior Camogie

Friday, April 29th

Result: Bride Rovers : 2.13

            Sars 2:            0.04

On a beautiful evening for camogie, we played Sars at home. From the off, we dominated the play and built up a large lead by half time. The forwards contributed some fine scores to make the half time score 2.12 to a point. Two changes were made at half time which saw Shannon Sheehan come on at corner back, while Yris Bloemhoff took up a corner forward position. The second half was a more level affair. We had numerous wides and only added a point to the scoreboard with Sars putting over three points from  frees. The team played very well and special praise needs to be given to Jenny, Mary, Chloe and Shannon who all played an U16 game the night before. 

Team: I. Hogan, A. Cashman, L. Finnegan, C. Noonan, I. Dorgan, S. Walsh, M. Hazelwood, E. Ahern, L. Murphy, C. O' Flynn, G. Kearney, J. Cahill, C. Vaughan, S O' Driscoll, A O' Flynn. Subs: S. Sheehan, Y. Bloemhoff

Training as per usual- Wednesdays at 7pm. 

Gaelic for Mothers

GFM training continues each week with nights varying but mainly either a Monday or Wednesday at 6.30 or 7pm.  If interested in playing please contact Irene 0876548928.  A blitz will be held in Ballinacurra on Saturday 28th of May.  Membership, registration and insurance is just €30 for the year so current members please pay as soon as possible. 

U16 Ladies Football and Camogie

U16B Camogie League, Thursday, April 28th

Bride Rovers 6-4     Ballinascarthy 0-1  

U12 Ladies Football & Camogie

Tuesday, April 26th, East Cork U12 Ladies Football League

Bride Rovers 8-8     Carrigtwohill 1-3.

Bride Rovers U12s bounced back in convincing fashion against Carrigtwohill in the second round of the East Cork U12 League, winning on a scoreline of 8-8 to 1-3. We were tight at the back throughout and there was a good spread of scores amongst the forwards, with the substitutes contributing hugely when called upon also. 

U12 Match Panel : Emily Larkin, Aisling Finnegan,  Emma Barry,  Cliona Kearney, Aislinn O’Connor, Arianne O Flynn, Siobhan O Sullivan, Grace Culloty (2-2), Vivienne Cowman (0-1), Katie Quirke (0-1),  Michelle Lane (1-0), Olivia O Sullivan, Taylor Parle (1-0), Sinead Kearney (2-0), Emma Hazelwood (2-2), Rachel O Flynn, Sarah Geaney, Fiona Barry (0-2).

Upcoming fixtures :

U12 East Cork Ladies Football League  : St Colemans vs Bride Rovers, 7:15pm Monday, May 9th at Shanagarry.

U12 East Cork Ladies Football League  - Bride Rovers vs Youghal, 7pm, Friday, May 13th at Rovers Main Pitch. 

Intercounty News

Cork U16 ladies footballers beat Kerry on Wednesday,April 27th in Mayfield in round 2 of the championship on a score of 6-4 to 2-14. Cork made a great comeback, having been 12 points down at half-time, to secure their place in the Munster final. Jennifer Cahill played at full-forward and best of luck to her in the final.

Congratulations to Jennifer Barry who was centre back for the Cork ladies football minors who beat Kerry 1-10 to 0-9 on Sunday, May 1st in Pairc Ui Rinn. 

East Cork 2010 Championship Medal Presentation

The Ladies Club Main Sponsor, Ui Coileains, hosted the presentation night for 2010 East Cork Championship medals on Saturday, April 30th, and a great night was enjoyed by all. Congratulations to the 2010 panel and mentors and thanks to Liam Mannix and all at Ui Coileains. Let’s hope we can enjoy continued success in 2011!

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