Tag: The Rose Hotel County Leagues

Ballymac are crowned Rose Hotel Division 2 League Champions.

Ballymac were crowned the Rose Hotel U16 Division 2 champions after a superb victory over a never say die Miltown/Listry outfit in the beautiful surrounds of Fitzgerald Stadium tonight. 

Centre forward Cora Savage was the star of the show for the winners and her final tally of 4 goals and 8 points was a testament to her all round brilliance on the night. Savage wasn’t alone in her endeavours though, and Ballymac’s excellent workrate and better use of the wide Fitzgerald Stadium pitch made all the difference on the night  

Ballymac led by 2-10 to 2-3 at half time following a very entertaining first half. Ballymac’s first goal came in the 13th minute when the ball bobbled around in the M/L square and it appeared that their dashing midfielder Eve Creedon got the final touch on the ball before it hit the back of the net. Savage added an excellent individual point straight afterwards but  Miltown/Listry’s reply was instant and the dangerous Ella Teahan struck the back of the net following a strong run to make it Ballymac 1-5 Miltown/Listry 1-2. 

Savage with 2 frees and Teahan with one traded sores before Anna Griffin struck for Miltown/Listry’s second goal of the game in the 25th minute to leave just one point between the sides, 1-7 to 2-3.. Ballymac goalkeeper Ellie Sugruesaved smartly soon afterwards and from the breakaway Aisling O’Connell passed to Cora Savage who rattled the back of the Miltown/Listry net. Savage added 2 more points before the break, and O’Connell struck one and they took a 2-10 to 2-3 lead in the break. 

Miltown/Listry started the second half brightly and Ella Teahan added 2 early points, one from a penalty. Ballymac were then awarded a penalty of their own and Savage clinically dispatched it into the back of the net. Eve Creedon goaled straight afterwards and suddenly Ballymac found themselves 4-10 to 2-5 ahead. Clodagh Evans burst into the game and traded points with Savage and Creedon, but once again Savage struck for2  goals on the bounce to put Ballymac out of sight. Credit to Miltown/Listry who never gave up and after points from Teahan and Evans ,the hard working Liathh Lenihan struck for their third goal of the game. Roisin Rahilly added another point for Ballymac and Lenihan responded once more for Miltown/Listry but as the final whistle sounded Ballymac were deserved winners of an excellent contest. 

Special mention must go to Ballymac’s Lorna Daly who kept goal for them all through the campaign but unfortunately missed the final through illness. 

Ballymac Scorers ; Cora Savage 4-8 (1 goal pen, 0-5f), Eve Creedon 2-2, Aisling O’Connell 0-1, Niamh Rahilly 0-1. 

Miltown/Listry Scorers; Ella Teahan 1-6 (0-3f, 0-1 pen), Clodagh Evans 0-5, Liath Lenihan 1-1, Anna Griffin 1 goal. 

Rose Hotel Division 2 Champions Ballymac v Beale Ballyduff Match Report.

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Ballymac U14 girls followed up the U12 Div 1 success earlier in the week with the Div 2 Co League title .
Played in Ballyrickard in bright and breezy conditions , Ballymac elected to play with the wind in the first half but it was Beale Ballyduff who kicked the first score. It was nip & tuck for the first 1/4 with Ballymac leading by 0-3 to 0-2 . As the half wore on Ballymac got more on top & created 4 good goal opportunities with the Beale Ballyduff goalie making a good save & a missed penalty resulting in all chances going a begging .
Beale Ballyduff goaled in the 22nd minute following a fine run from their midfielder but Ballymac responded by kicking the next 4 points with 2 a piece from Yvonne Hurley & Roisin Rahilly . Another point from a free from Beale Ballyduff and a Ballymac point from Ella Quirke left the half time score 0-8 to 1-3 in Ballymac’s favour .
Ballymac made a blistering start to the 2nd half with goals from Kate Feeney & Roisin Rahilly , however aided by the breeze Beale Ballyduff became more dominant and kicked the next 3 points with county U14 player  Katie Dunworth very prominent . Great defending from Ballymac’s Alyssa Leen at centre back & full back Grainne Galvin kept the scores at a premium for Beale Ballyduff . A great save by goalie Lorna Daly from Beale Ballyduff’s corner forward was important as Ballymac worked the ball forward through Ciara Palmer & Roisin Rahilly for Yvonne Hurley to kick her 4th point of the night .  Following on from another turnover by Alyssa Leen , Ella Quirke found herself in a goalscoring position and she made no mistake . Beale Ballyduff kept coming and the final 4 minutes saw them own the ball scoring 1-1 but not enough to change the outcome . Frank Mc Loughlin’s ( who did a fine job) final whistle signalled celebrations by the girls in blue .
A great team performance by Ballymac led by the outstanding Roisin Rahilly (1-2)  & Alyssa Leen who played themselves to a standstill , Ciara Palmer’s clever link play & Yvonne Hurley’s return of 0-4 were very important & Kate Feeney caught the eye with 1-1 as did Ella Quirke 1-2  . Goalie Lorna Daly make a couple of great saves & her handling & kick outs were flawless .
Beale Ballyduff lost nothing in defeat with K Dunworth , E O Donaghue & A Riley   prominent.
Fixtures Secretary Selina Looney presented the sheild afterwards to Ballymac’s captain Alyssa Leen
Ballymac Team : Lorna Daly , Sarah Mason , Grainne Galvin , Geraldyn Cassidy , Nicole Walker , Roisin Rahilly (1-2), Shonagh Griffin , Alyssa Leen , Ella Quirke (1-2) , Alexia Weiss , Yvonne Hurley (0-4), Ciara Palmer , Kate Feeney (1-1) , Eimer Curran , Cathy Palmer .
Subs : Rachel Griffin , Kate Collins & Niamh Lynch played . Emma Leen , Charlotte Geary , Allie Tarrant , Roisin Raggett , Orla O Connor , Lauren O Connor , Shona O Connor , Abby Leahy & Kerry Hennesy (inj)

The Rose Hotel Team Of The Week 30th June.

                                             The Rose Hotel Team of the Week 30th June   


                                                                   1. Laura Kelly Ballymac 12s

2.Emer O Connor                                         3.Alexia Weiss                                         4. Tara Galvin

C Dhuihne 16s                                                          Ballymac 12s                                              Duagh 14s

5.Roisin Rahilly                                              6.Lucy O’Connor                                    7. Abbie Brosnan 

Ballymac 14s                                                    Austin Stacks 14s                                  Castleisland Desmonds 16s


                                    9.Kate Collins Ballymac 12s 9. Beibhinn Brosnan Kilcummin 16s


10.Edel O Donoghue                            11.Susan Cahill                                            12. Leah Getkate

Scartaglin 12s                                             Rathmore 16s                                             Corca Dhuibhne 16s

 13.Mollie Duggan                                 14.  Fodhla Houlihan                                15. Katie Dunworth

      John Mitchels 12s                                   Laune Rangers 16s                                        Ballyduff Beale 16s                                 





Double Delight For Ballymac In The Rose Hotel Leagues.

Ballymac had double celebrations this week when their U/12’s won a historic U/12 Division 1 county title with victory over Austin Stacks and their U/14s won the Division 2 title with victory over Beale /Ballyduff.

Read the report on the u/12 final below.

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John Mitchels hosted the clash of Ballymac and Austin Stacks on Sunday evening last to decide the u12 Division One Ladies County League Champions for 2018.
The opening exchanges were closely fought as both sides gave it their all to gain the upper hand and at the end of the first quarter the sides were level at 0-2 apiece.
Ballymac then hit a purple patch scoring 3-4 which included goals from Rachel Creedon Laura Sugrue and Kate Collins.Stacks hit the net on the stroke of half time with Holly O Brien on target to leave the score at the break Ballymac 3-6 Austin Stacks 1-3.
The town side began the second half in determined fashion with Lucy O Connor outstanding at center back played  some excellent football added a succession of points to narrow the gap.The goal they needed to further reduce the deficite didn’t materialise mainly due to some resolute
defending by the Ballymac backs with Alexia Weiss at full back winning ball and clearing her lines to great effect.
Another Ballymac goal late in the half courtesy of Kate Collins saw the girls in Blue triumph on a scoreline of Ballymac 4-10 Austin Stacks 1-9.
Mention must also be made of referee Dan Hayes who handled the game very well allowing the game flow whenever possible.
On the night Ballymac played some outstanding football with the whole team contributing to their victory. Rachel Griffen and Kate Collins at midfield played themselves to a standstill , goalie Laura Kelly played her part too with sound handling and clever kick outs but in essence they gave the perfect team performance.
Stacks can be proud of the effort they put in on the night as they kept battling until the final whistle.
U12 co-ordinator Nora Fealey presented the trophy to joint captains Orla O Connor and Kate Collins making it an historic occasion for the Ballymac Ladies Club as it was the first time for a team from the Club to win a Division One Co League title.
Pictures are the Ballymac and Beale/Ballyduff U/14 teams;

Scartaglen U12s Defeat Fossa U12s in The Rose Hotel Div 3 Cup Final.

Many thanks to Karen McGlynn for issuing us with this report;

Fossa captains

Fossa and Scartaglin met in the U12 Rose Hotel County League Div 3 Cup Final played in Kilcummin last Friday night. The game started lively but it was Scartagin who started the fastest with a point by Muireann Walsh and a free from Shauna McCarthy. Fossa then settled down with Elizabeth Coffey pointing from a free and a point from play by Ruby Gaffey. A pointed free from Scartaglin’s Muireann Walsh was followed up by a terrific goal taken by Grace O Callaghan in which the ball was superbly sent in from outside from a well executed free. Muireann Walsh pointed another free for Scartaglin. The final scores of the half came from Fossa’s Elizabeth Coffey’s free and Lucy O Sullivan’s point leaving the half time scores Fossa 0-4, Scartaglin 1-4. Fossa’s Elizabeth Coffey started the second half scoring a point; it was Scartaglin who then had a dominant spell with four unanswered points from Elle Mai Walsh (2), Aine Walsh and Edel O Donoghue. Again it was the outstanding Elizabeth Coffey who got Fossa’s sixth and final point of the half, before Scartaglin put their stamp on proceedings with points from Muireann Walsh, Ellie May Walsh, Maggie Riordan and Katie Kerins. Final Score Scartaglin 1-12 Fossa 0-6. The match was not as one sided as the result might suggest, Fossa had several goalmouth scrambles through Leah Griffin, Emily Nelligan, Elizabeth Coffey and Brooke Lynch only for  a mixture of good luck and good concentration by Scartaglin’s defence and goalie Charlie O Keeffe to keep the ball out of the net. Fossa battled all the way to make it a very enjoyable game our goalie Anne O Shaughnessy made superb stops on the night. Both sides had good defenders on show, Scartaglin’s Mollie Mahony, Mikaela Buckley, Kathlyn Griffin, Rebecca Murphy and Laura O Donoghue along with Fossa’s Lily O Shaughessy, Shauna Myers, Clodagh Clancy, Rose Cahillane, Seodhla Colleran and Elizabeth O Shea. Fossa’s Rachel Wallace, Katie O Driscoll, Sarah Coffey and Scartaglin’s Tara Kerin and Katie Kerins put their athleticism on show and there is no doubt this is just the start of a series of contests which will be battled out between the sides in years to come.

Fossa Team; Anne O’Shaughnessy ,Lily O’Shaughnessy, Shauna Myers , Clodagh Clancy,Rose Cahillane, Elizabeth O’Shea,Sarah Coffey,Seodhla Colleran ,Lucy O’Sullivan, Rachel Wallace (c). Katie O’Driscoll, Elizabeth Coffey, Brooke Lynch ,Ruby Gaffey,  Leah Griffin,Grace O’Meara, Ellen Leech,Emily Nelligan, Anna White, Sarah Kissane O’Connor, Aoife O Keeffe, Molly Collins, Sarah Louise Ahern,Kate McCann ,Ruby Courtney, Lily Courtney, Kate Horgan, Ella Warren.

u12 fossa team


Scartaglin Team; Charlie O Keeffe, Laura o Donoghue, Mikaele Buckley, Rebecca Murphy, Mollie Mahony, Muireann Walsh, Kathlyn Griffin, Tara Kerin, Katie Kerin, Edel O Donoghue, Ellie May Walsh, Maggie Riordan, Grace O Callaghn, Aine Walsh, Shauna McCarthy, Laura McShane, Amy Browne, Ruby Horgan, Sophie Horgan, Leah Griffin, Rachel O Donoghue, Seana Walsh.

Rose Hotel Victories For Glenflesk And Corca Dhuibhne.

The Rose Hotel Division 2 Cup Final

Glenflesk 4-9 Kerins O’Rahilly’s 1-9

Glenflesk u12sKOR and Glenflesk u12 captains

Glenflesk’s ability to get goals at vital times proved the difference in this excellent Division 2 final played in Castleisland on Tuesday evening. In fairness to Kerins O’Rahilly’s they played very well but the Glenflesk sides ability to take their chances when they presented themselves ultimately guided them to the title.

Kerins O Rahillys u12sGlenflesk captain u12

Glenflesk led by 2-4 to 1-5 at half time with their goals coming from full forward Abby Cronin and their impressive centre half back Aoibhinn Gleeson, whilst Eabha Ruddin,Aoife O’Connor and Gleeson also contributed points to the scoreboard. Kerins O’Rahilly’s goal came from Sophie Hassett.They also totted over points through Kelly Fitzgerald and Aoibhinn O’Connor McCarthy.

Abbey Cronin struck for two further goals in the second half for Glenflesk and further points from Gleeson, Cronin and Clodagh McCarthy sealed an impressive win.Kerins O’Rahilly’s never stopped trying though, but 4 points from Aoibhinn O’Connor McCarthy weren’t enough to snatch victory for the Tralee side.

Kerry LGFA Secretary Donal Rahilly presented the shield afterwards to a delighted Glenflesk captain Hannah Ryan.Well done to both teams for a very entertaining game.

The Rose Hotel Division Shield Final.

Corca Dhuibhne 4-9 Killarney Legion 0-6

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Corca Dhuibhne claimed the Division 4 shield after an impressive victory over a spirited Killarney Lagion side at Castleisland last Tuesday night. Corca Dhuibhne were very strong throughout the field, and while the scoreline didn’t do justice to Legion’s efforts, the west Kerry girls had too many aces in their pack to be denied victory.

Legion U12sCD u12 captain

Corca Dhuibhne’s lethal forward line did the damage on the night with centre half forward Caoimhe Ni Dhubhain contributing 2 goals and 3 points to the scoreboard and full forward Meabh Nic an Ultaigh chipping in with a goal and 2 points.  They also had points from towering midfielders Beth Ni Bhambaire and Ella Ni Ainifein, whilst Eabha Ni Shiurdain (2) and Aisling Ni Chinneide also got on the scoresheet. Lightning corner forward  Jessie Ni Loinsigh scored the goal in the second half that her hard working performance deserved.

Legion had fine performances throughout the field and goalkeeper Amber MacIndoe made some fine saves.Beatrice Corridan and Aine Fitzgerald were also very prominent in defence along with centre half back Eabha Stack who contributed 2 points.Midfielders Orianne McGillicuddy with 2 points and Lauren Carey also got on the score sheet while Evie Fahy chipped in with a point.

Kerry LGFA PRO Dan Kearney presented the trophy afterwards to Corca Dhuibhne captain Caoimhe Ni Dhubhain. Well done to both teams for a very entertaining game.

Castleisland Desmonds also enjoyed a hard fought victory over Abbeydorney in the Rose Hotel Division 2 Plate final – match report and pictures to follow.



Shining Southern Stars light up overcast Killorglin

Mariah and Shonagh

The Rose Hotel U/14 County League Div 1 Final.

The Donal Curtin Memorial Cup.

Maurice MacNamara reports from JP O’Sullivan Park Killorglin.

A display of scintillating, dominant and skilful teamwork ensured that the Rose Hotel Division One Under 14 title went south as Southern Gaels defeated a valiant Austin Stacks side by a score line of 6-15 to 1-08.

From the throw in Ellie O’Connell laid down a marker sprinting clear and but for some terrific tackling by Rosie O’Donnell the worst start possible would have transpired for Austin Stacks. The ball however was laid back and pointed by Leah Dwyer. The second of the terrible Dwyer twin threat, Aoife, pointed from the kickout and with the quick concession of a penalty it did not look good for the Stacks girls.  However a brilliant save from Stacks excellent goalkeeper Laura Somers seemed to spark the Rockie girls.  After conceding a third point they broke up the field and Heather McNamara buried a great goal after a slaloming run. She gathered the kick out and put it over the bar for a great score.  Suddenly, Stacks now led by one.

.ShonaghMariah, Shonagh and Sheila

The game entered a period of stalemate highlighting a great battle in the midfield between Ella Breen and Ellie O’Connell,with the robustness and sheer skill shown by both protagonists during this period worth the price of admission alone. In a microcosm of the game, the more powerful and experienced girl from Southern Gaels started to get the upper hand, and with this her team started to get on top.  A fantastic volley from Kiosha Fogarty nearly burst the net and Southern Gaels followed up with points from Aoife Dwyer (F), and Deirdre Kelly from play, which left them up by five.

Laura Somers in the Stacks goal made a brace of superb saves from point blank range but she could do nothing about Leah Dwyer’s goal after a brilliant crossfield pass by Ellie O’Connell.  This period of dominance was broken by points from Heather MacNamara, Lauren Dowling and Gillian Lane.  The Stacks backs were playing at the maximum and with quick hands and great interceptions they were keeping their team in the game. Unfortunately for them, they suffered a hammer blow right on half time when a speculative shot from Kiosha Fogarty came back of the post- and the goalkeeper- to finish in the net and left Southern Gaels ahead at the half by 3-05 to 1-04.

The Stacks pointed three times after Kiosha Fogarty extended the Gaels lead on the restart, to bringsthe deficit down to five but any chink of light was extinguished when Kiosha Fogarty’s long range shot snuck in at the butt of the post.  This score seemed to inspire Southern Gaels into a period of fantastic football and the Stacks girls had no answer to their dominance. A series of points from Aoife Dwyer (3), Hannah Sugrue, Deirdre Kelly (2), Cliona O’Shea and Isabella Curran along with goals from the very impressive Kiosha Fogarty and Leah Dwyer ensured that the cup was returning south, Kirby Ann Ryan from the Stacks finished the scoring with an impressive point from long range and on the final whistle the score of 6-15 to 1-08 didn’t do justice to the efforts of the Stacks girls. It did emphasise  how good the girls in green and gold were on the night though.

With fifteen minutes to go in the game,the use of possession, passing and aggression towards the ball that Southern Gaels were showing was something to marvel at, and it shows that they are the Kingpins of underage football in Kerry. They showed so much intelligence on the ball moving into position, taking and giving the right pass at the right time that only the ponytails flying gave evidence to the fact that you were watching Ladies football and not their much more vaunted male counterparts.

Ellie O’Connell, Shonagh Fitzpatrick, Brianna O’Sullivan all performed so well they ensured that the Southern Gaels very impressive forwards shone like beacons on an overcast night, Kiosha Fogarty, Aoife and Leah Dwyer were constantly on the move carrying an incredible unrelenting scoring threat.  Austin Stacks best performers were all in the backs, Laura Somers was brilliant in goals, Grace Reidy added to her rising reputation along with Clodagh Murray and Rosa O’Donnell, Ella Breen had an incredible battle with the midfield, Heather McNamara was the Stacks fulcrum in the forwards backed up by Gillian Lane, Mary Moore and Lauren Dowling.  A special word for Kirby Ann Ryan who rushed down from Waterford for the game arriving just before half-time, great commitment to the cause.

Another year over in Division One and another victory for Southern Gaels but boy did they deserve this one, back to the drawing board for Austin Stacks but I have a feeling this group of girls won’t give in and will be back for another cut at a fantastic team.

 Southern Gaels

Kiera Furey, Emma Sheehan, Shonagh Fitzpatrick (capt), Lauren Curran, Jessica Gill, Isabella Curran(1), Leanne O’Sullivan, Ellie O’Connell, Brianna O’Sullivan, Deirdre Kelly(3), Aoife Dwyer(3), Sarah O’Shea(2), Kiosha Fogarty(4-02), Leah O’Dwyer2-02), Cliona O’Shea(1). Subs: Emma Quigley, Hannah Sugrue(1), Aine Daly, Amy Quirke, Chloe Goggin, Rebecca O’Shea, Julia Cooper, Ellie Cournane, Aoife Wharton.

Austin Stacks

Laura Somers, Cathy Dwyer, Bronagh Kelliher, Rosie O’Donnell, Grace O’Mahoney, Clodagh Murray(1), Grace Reidy, Ella Breen, Eimear Litchfield, Mary Moore(1), Heather McNamara(1-03), Gillian Lane(1), Lauran Dowling(1), Shannon Oba, Grace O’Connor, Kirby Ann Ryan(1), Aoife O’Rourke, Doireann Moore, Anna Draghici, Maria Draghici, Aoife O’Connell, Dani O’Sullivan, Erin Keely, Amy Sammy, Jane Akinrilade, Niamh Collins, Caoimhe Cotter.

The Rose Hotel Division 5 Finals.

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The Rose Hotel Division 5 Plate Final 

Duagh 4-6 Churchill 1-6 

Duagh and Churchill served up a feast of attacking football in the Rose Hotel Div 5 Plate final at sun soaked Castleisland last Wednesday night. Duagh came into the game as underdogs as they were down key players through injury and illness, but on the night they still had the superior firepower to take the title from a spirited Churchill side. 

Star of the show for Duagh was centre half forward Saoirse Dillon who contributed 2-6 to the scoreline in an electric display. She had able backup from the likes of Leyra Moriarty in goals, Amie Woods  at  full back Lily Daly, Amie Sheehy, Teghan Welch, Margaret Dore,Aoibhínn Harte, Hayley McElligott,Anna Flynn, Eimear Buckley and Noelle Dillon in what was a marvellous team effort. 

Churchill started brightly and enjoyed the lion’s share of the possession but failed to convert many of their opportunities from play. Their pressure eventually paid off when Meah Carmody struck for goal midway through the first half. Just before the half time whistle Duagh’s Saoirse Dillon kicked a long ball to Aoibhínn Harte who struck a good goal to give her side a 1-3 to 0-5 lead at the break. 

Saoirse Dillon got Duagh off to a great start in the second half with a cracking goal,.A few minutes later  Dillon struck again for her second goal. Duagh’s midfield pairing of Nuala Moloney,and Anghradh Cudlipp were working well, although Churchill midfielder Jessica McGibney was showing stout resistance for her side..Lily Parker at centre half forward was also motoring well for Churchill but Duagh struck for their 4 th goal of the game when corner back Marie Sheehy, who was now operating at corner forward, struck the back of the net. This was the killer goal for Churchill although to their credit they kept trying to the finish.  

The Duagh management team of Liz Twomey, Nora Mary Lane, Emily Woods and Bébhinn Neilson Quirke, gave all of their subs some game time as they celebrated victory on a 4-6 to 1-6 scoreline. 

Duagh;: Leyra Moriarty, Marie Sheehy(1 goal), Amie Woods, Lily Daly, Noelle Dillon, Amie Sheehy, Teghan Welch, Nuala Moloney, Angharadh Cudlipp, Aoibhínn Harte(1 goal), Eimear Buckley, Saoirse Dillon (2-6), Anna Flynn, Hayley McElligott, Margaret Dore. Subs: Aibhlínn Cudlipp, Asia Fitzgerald, Shauna Breen, Fiona O Brien and Julieann O’Connell.  


The Rose Hotel Division 5 Cup Final 

Firies 3-8 Castlegregory 2-4 

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Firies proved to be too strong for Castlegregory in the Division 5 Cup final played in Ballyrickard last Thursday night. Both sides traded points in the opening period but Firies thanks to determined play from  Orlaith Allen, Laura Fitzgerald ,Katie Doe ,and Caoimhe McCarthy saw them take a 2-4 to 1-1 lead in at half time. 

Castlegregory came out determined again in second half and an early goal by Abbie O Neill (her 2nd in the game) closed the gap. Firies however had top performances from Aoife O’Sullivan, Ciara Shanahan, Ella Moynihan and Emma O’Brien, Meabh  Dineen,Laura Flynn ,Ava O’Mahony, Doireann O’Shea, Chloe Deniel and Siun Horgan to seal a deserved victory in the finish. Castlegregory never stopped trying and scored points from Éabha Ní Laighin (2), Orla Ní Chonchúir (1) and Molly O Donoghue (1). 

Castlegregory’s panel were Chloe Nic Gearailt, Demi O Connor, Claire Dowling, Emily Heasman, Ruby Griffin, Mia Keane, Anna Roberts, Éabha Ní Laighin, Gemma Ní Shúilleabháin, Kelly Ní Chonchúir, Orla Ní Chonchúir, Amber O Connor, Sarah Keane, Molly O Donoghue, Abbie Ní Néill, Sinéad O Dowd, Caoimhe Ní Néill, Emma Garvey, Ciara Ferriter, Mary Francis McDermott, Padma Brody, Ciara Butler, Saoirse McCarthy.


Duagh U/12’s Claim The Rose Hotel Division 5 County Shield.

Duagh claimed the first Rose Hotel County title of 2018 when they defeated a gallant Churchill side in the U/12 Division 5 Shield decider in Castleisland tonight. A goal on the stroke of half time saw Duagh take a 1-3 to 0-5 lead in at the break. A power packed second half meant that Duagh claimed the title on a 4-6 to 1-6 scoreline, but in fairness Churchill kept trying to the finish.
Well done to the Duagh team and management and hard luck to Churchill.

Nora Fealyu12 Churchill