There Was Action In The Senior League And Mary Jo Cup This Weekend

There was action this weekend in the County League Division 4 and also in the Mary Jo Curran A,B,and C competitions. Thanks to Southern Gaels Ladies Football Club Na Gaeil , Ballymacelligott G.A.AClounmacon/Moyvane ladies football team 2015, Finuge/St.Senans LFCMilltown Listry Gaa for sending in reports.

Rhyno Quality Feeds Division 4 Results

Beale 1-3 Firies 4-11

Clounmacon /Moyvane 3-8

Annascaul/Castlegregory 2-10

Clounmacon ladies won an enthralling encounter in Parc Na Gael on Sunday morning. An early Rebecca Horgan goal helped settle down any early nerves and when Laura Stack goaled midway through the first half ,Clounmacon led by 2-4 to 0-1. But then Annascaul took over and scored 1-5 without reply to leave the bare minimum between the sides at half time. The second half was end to end with the lead changing hands a few times. A cracking goal from Ciara Haugh appeared to put us in the driving seat but Annascaul struck back immediately with a goal of their own. With time ticking away a brilliant point by Muirne Wall after one of her trademark surging runs proved to be the winning score.for Clounmacon/Moyvane

Team lined out as follows ;Sorcha Stack.Marie Flaherty. Louise Horgan. Fiona Buckley. Maeve McEvoy. Ashlea Sheehy. Margaruite O’Flaherty.

Catriona Farrelly. Muirne Wall (0-2).

Rebecca Horgan (1-2). Laura Stack (1-0).

Marie Kennelly. Grained Martin (0-3). Jenny McNicholas  (0-1). Ciara Haugh (1-0).

Subs: Laura Sheehy for Marie Kennelly

Gillian Musgrave for Jenny McNicholas

Sinead O’Carroll.


Fossa 5-7 Ballymac 3-7

Ballymac’s 2nd Co League game was played in glorious sunshine Sunday morning at 10.00am with both sides missing players . Similar to last Sunday ,Ballymac’s  first half performance was well below the required level and they were behind 5-4 to 1-3 at half time . The 2nd half was a complete change with the Ballymac girls throwing off the shackles and they played some fantastic football . They added 2-4 to Fossa’s 0-3 and had they taken more chances  could have easily won the game . Rose Ann O Shea gave us solidity in goals , Grainne Kerins  commanded at full back , Tara & Micheala Murphy hovered up lots  of ball & cleared effectively . Claire Kenny who’d a fine game closed down the Fossa centre forward & in doing so cut off their go to ball for kick outs . Aine Rice and Una Kerins drove forward from midfield along with Veronica Heaslip  and Heather Jones at wing back .  Emma Sweeney and Leah O Neill did the finishing up front assisted by Rachel Godley and Veronica O Donnell  . All in all a very encouraging performance by all involved .





Mary Jo Curran Cup A Competition

Southern.Gaels 1-10  Na Gaeil 1-9,

This was a close game with good defensive performances from Na Gaeil’s Kate Anne, Eilis and Brid O Connor, Midfield performances from Nora O Connell and Clodagh O Connor, points from Mary O’Connell, Eilis O Connor and 2 points from Clodagh McHugh with Marguerite Maunsell testing the Gaels keeper on a couple of occasions. Meagan Sheehy was Na Gaeil’s top scorer with 1.04.

S.Gaels scorers Mars Cronin 4 points Clodagh  Quinlan 2 points Denise Curran 1 point Ava Murphy 1.02. Na Gaeil were the stronger side overall but the Southern Gaels defence played very well led by  Sinead Sheehan  Grace O Connor and Sarah Kelly and Sinead Dwyer in goal.




Mary Jo Curran B competition
Kilcummin 1-8 to Finuge/St Senans 0-4

Finuge/St Senans Senior ladies played Kilcummin in Finuge on Sunday under perfect weather conditions.. The half time score was F/SS 0-1 Kilcummin 1-3

Final score F/SS 0-4

Kilcummin 1-8


Mary Jo Curran C competition

Austin Stacks 4-6 Laune Rangers 2-7

Legion 5_7 to Milltown/Listry  3_7

Milltown Listry Ladies played Legion on Sunday at 12 noon in Listry pitch .  It was a fabulous day with perfect conditions and thanks to the Listry G.A.A.for the pitch. This was a competitive game with some great scores from both sides.  Milltown Listry started the game with a goal. At half time the score was 3 goals 2 points to 1 goal 4 points.  The second half started exciting with Milltown Listry getting the first point and then Legion answered with a goal.  Milltown Listry proved to be the stronger team in the second half and the final score was Milltown Listry 4 goals and 8 points to Legion 2 goals and 9 points. Well done to both teams for an entertaining game of football in lovely sunshine.