|Under 14 Camogie|
4 February, 2017
The Under 14 Camogie team played a friendly against Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday 4th Feb. This was our first outing of the new year and a welcome opportunity to cast off the cobwebs. There were many reasons for optimism in the first-half. Ellen O’Doherty, Áine Farrell and Fionnuala Crowley were very lively, while young players Laura Doyle and Emma Nesbitt both got some fine scores.
In the second-half, Amy Butler, Sarah Lambe and Mary-Anne Aherne showed the value of last year’s Féile experience. Bray Emmets won this game, thanks in no small part to the hard work of Róisín Benville, Madge Redmond and Alannah Harrington. Bhí Neal O’Doherty an-sásta nuair a labhair sé leis na cailíní i ndiaidh an chluiche.
Foireann : Emma Nesbitt, Áine Farrell, Róisín Murphy, Alannah Harrington, Amy Butler, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Ellen O’Doherty, Fionnuala Crowley, Kaleigh Broderick, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Róisín Benville, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Laura Doyle.
Bainisteoir - Brian Lambe. ...
|Under 14 Camogie : Feile 2016 |
17 June, 2016
The U14 Camogie team took part in the National Camogie Féile in Tipperary/Waterford last weekend, 17th-19th June. Bray Emmets were most warmly hosted by Rockwell Rovers, New Inn, South Tipperary.
On Friday, we had two tight games defeating Moycarkey/Borris (Tipperary) and Castleblaney (Monaghan) in the second contest. Spirits were high Friday evening.
Saturday morning, in what was possibly our pièce de résistance, we accounted for host club, Rockwell Rovers (Tipperary). The dye was cast. Only the elite teams remained. We faced Drom and Inch (Tipperary), the stomping ground of Séamus Callanan, the premier county's goal-machine. And their girls were of similar mindset. Despite the grittiest and bravest of Bray displays, we finished on the wrong side of a 3-0 to 1-1 score line. Initial heartbreak, but on fairer reflection the team did themselves and their families very proud. Maith sibh, a chailíní uilig ! Rinne sibh éacht d'Emmet Bhré.
Foireann : Róisín Benville, Áine Farrell, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Carla Lennon, Catherine McGarry, Éabha Ó Céidigh, Elena Ó Céidigh, Emma Doyle, Fionnuala Crowley, Jordan O’Brien (Captaen), Laura McGarry, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Neasa Ryder, Pearl O’Connor, Rachel Messitt, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach, Traenálaithe - Paul Sweeney, Brian Lambe and Larry Smierciak....
7 May, 2016
Emmet Bhré 3-1 vs Na Fianna 0-0.
The U14 Camogie team played a tall, physical Glasnevin outfit, Saturday 7th May out near the eardrum booming Dublin Airport. Despite the final score-line, many of the exchanges were tough-fought and well-earned by the tenacious Bray girls. To the fore were centre-back Laura McGarry, Síofra Ní Mhidigh and Caoimhe Byrne.
Although Bray led at the interval, all hands were needed on deck throughout the second-half as Na Fianna battled tigerishly. Players that made very commendable contributions were Madge Redmond, Úna Smierciak, Mary-Anne Aherne and Catherine McGarry. Bhí na traenálaithe ar fad, Larry Smierciak ina measc, sásta go maith ag deireadh an chluiche.
Foireann : Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Carla Lennon, Catherine McGarry, Emma Doyle, Fionnuala Crowley, Jordan O’Brien (Captaen), Laura McGarry, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Neasa Ryder, Pearl O’Connor, Rachel Messitt, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach. ...
|Wicklow Camogie Feile |
23 April, 2016
The U14 Camogie squad won the Wicklow Féile qualifiers on Sat, 23rd April. There was great excitement in Páirc Emmet Bhré as the girls beat Carnew, drew with Knockanana, beat Avondale, accounted for Aughrim in the semi-final, and eventually overcame Donard to top the day. Mentors and parents were thrilled by the sequences of skill, teamwork and spirit.
They are the first Bray team to win the Wicklow Féile. Bhí an-áthas ar Paul Sweeney freisin a chabhraigh go mór linn ar an lá.
Foireann : Áine Farrell, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Carla Lennon, Catherine McGarry, Elena Ó Ceidigh, Emma Doyle, Jordan O’Brien (Captaen), Laura McGarry, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Neasa Ryder, Pearl O’Connor, Róisín Benville, Róisín Murphy, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak.
Bainisteoir: Tomás Ó Midheach, Mentors – Brian Lambe and Larry Smierciak. ...
6 June, 2015
Bray emmets Vs St Brigids, Castleknock
The U14 Camogie team played St Brigids, Castleknock, Sat 6 June in very gusty conditions in Russell Park. Bray played into the swirling wind in the first-half keeping a tidy and tight defence. Sara Davis, Shauna O’Kelly and Jordan O’Brien best displayed the Bray resolve.
The second-half was a welcome change of fortune. We had the wind at our backs, coupled with hungry graft from Lauren Healy, Rachel Messitt and Róisín Murphy in particular. The hurling flowed more freely and the Brigids rear-guard were plundered and pillaged. In the final analysis, Bray were victorious by (3-5) to (2-3). Bhí Anne Carroll agus Tomás sona sásta leis an toradh seo.
Foireann : Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes (Captaen, 0-3), Jordan O’Brien, Laura Butler (1-0), Lauren Healy, Leah Carroll (1-2), Rachel Messitt, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sara Davis, Sarah Lambe (1-0), Shauna O’Kelly, Shauna Ryan (0-1), Sinéad Quigley, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach. ...
18 April, 2015
The U14 Camogie team made their own little piece of Bray Emmets history, by being the first Camogie team to qualify through Wicklow for the National Camogie Féile on Sat 18th April. Six games were played. Five victories, over Knockanana (2-0), Kiltegan (3-1), Carnew (4-1), Donard (2-4) and Carnew (5-1) again in the semi-finals. The final game after extra-time was won by Knockanana by (2-1), so they topped the qualification.
This was a huge squad effort, led by the experienced Eleanor Carroll-Hayes, Rachel Rice and Leah Carroll in particular. Defence was a major corner-stone and in that regard Lauren Healy, Sarah Davis and Laura McGarry were to the fore. Mentors, Anne Carroll and Paul Sweeney were also very complimentary of the younger players contribution – Amy Butler, Sarah Lambe and Catherine McGarry. Other players that earned spectator admiration were Shauna O’Kelly, Alannah Henry and Jordan O’Brien. Tá na cailíní ag tnúth go mór le Féile na nGael anois i gCúige Uladh.
Foireann : Alannah Henry, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Catherine McGarry, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes (Captaen, 6-3), Emma Doyle, Jordan O’Brien, Laura Butler, Lauren Healy, Laura McGarry, Leah Carroll (2-0), Neasa Ryder (1-0), Rachel Messitt, Rachel Rice (5-2), Róisín Murphy, Sarah Davis, Sarah Lambe (1-2), Sarah-Lily Lynch, Shauna O’Kelly, Shauna Ryan (1-0), Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach. ...
7 September, 2014
Emmet Bhré 4-6, Donard 2-0.The U14 Camogie team contested the ‘B’ championship final against Donard, Sun 7 September. Conditions in Ballinaclash were ideal for a good game and that’s exactly what we were treated to. Rachel Rice and the goal-scoring Olivia McGarry were peerless and focused from the opening seconds, while Grace Brown, Laura Butler, Jane Butler, Eimear Martin, Lauren Mc Kenna, Brona Murphy and Olivia Duffy defended and attacked with vigour. It was the hard graft done by so many players in the first-half that laid the foundations for the second-half harmony that followed. Eleanor Hayes-Carroll ignited the full-forward division taking home a personal tally of 2-2, not before Donard stunned Bray with two very well taken goals. However, a smart Tricia Phelan goal followed, with more scores from Carroll-Hayes and Leah Carroll seeing the game over the Brí Chualann line. Substitute Lauren Healy, Alannah Barry, Allie Byrne, Nicole Ryan and Doireann Downey also made note-worthy impacts on the final result. A squad of 24 travelled to Donard on Sunday however only seventeen players were allowed take part. In the earlier rounds of the championship the contributions of Alannah Henry, Erika Bellamy, Shauna Kelly, Siofra Ni Mhidigh, Sarah Lambe,Liadainn Downey, Sasha Ni Laoghaire, Shauna Ryan,and Clare Benville were all telling in the teams progression to last Sundays final. Claiming the championship wrapped up another successful season for the girls who had earlier in the year secured mid-table status in Dublin Division 3. Finally, we would like to acknowledge the help and support of all the parents and family members throughout the season. Comhgairdeas iontach mór leis na cailíní ar fad....
11 August, 2014
The U14 Camogie team travelled to Kiltegan on Mon 11 August. From the throw-in, Bray stole a march on the local girls. Jane Butler and Tricia Phelan played cleverly, creating openings for the free-scoring Erika Bellamy. By half-time, Bray had built up an impressive tally. This continued in the second-half, with Olivia Duffy and Grace Browne showing their ability. Bray continued their dominance until the final whistle, empowered by performances from Shauna O'Kelly, Nicole Ryan and Eimear Martin. Bhí Séamus agus Anne Carroll an-sásta leis an mbua.
Foireann : Alannah Henry, Bróna Murphy, Eimear Martin, Erika Bellamy (2-2), Grace Browne, Laura Butler, Jane Butler (0-1), Allie Byrne, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes (0-1), Sarah Lambe, Olivia Duffy (0-1), Laura Butler, Lauren Healy, Lauren McKenna (1-0), Sasha Ní Laoghaire, Shauna O'Kelly, Rachel Rice, Tricia Phelan (1-0), Nicole Ryan. Bainisteoir – Séamus Phelan. ...
|Under 14 Camogie|
5 May, 2014
The U14 Camogie team had a successful friendly-fixture against Naomh Ólaf in Páirc Emmet Bhré, Mon 5 May. The game was beneficial for both sides, and especially for the Bray girls as a pre-Féile preparation. The team was back-boned by the skillful Rachel Rice, with Jane Butler and Olivia McGarry working hard around the middle. Very good scores came from Olivia Duffy and Doireann Ní Dhúnaí among others, while Leah Carroll and Shauna O'Kelly made significant contributions also. Tá na cailíní ag tnúth go mór leis an bhféile seo i nDún Luain. Foireann : Alannah Barry, Grace Browne, Laura Butler, Jane Butler (1-1), Leah Carroll, Allie Byrne, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes (1-0), Sarah Lambe, Olivia Duffy (1-1), Olivia McGarry (1-0), Lauren Healy, Doireann Ní Dhúnaí (1-0), Líadain Ní Dhúnaí (1-0), Shauna O'Kelly, Rachel Rice (1-1), Tricia Phelan, Shauna Ryan, Nicole Ryan. Bainisteoir – Séamus Phelan....
|Wicklow Camogie Feile 2011|
5 May, 2011
This was the Club's first time entering a team in
the Camogie Feile and the girls didn't let us down.There were five
teams in the competion,Glenealy,Donard,Annacurra,Knockanna and
ourselves. First up were Glenealy after a hard fought game we won
out on a scoreline of 1.2-.02. In the second game we played
Annacurra and lost out by a point, the scoreline of 0.4 to a
goal.This game was lit up by the solo of Shauna Douglas 3/4 of the
field passed the ball to Meave who scored our goal.A lovely finish.
In our third game we were defeated by Knockanna the eventual
winners of the competition.We wish them the best of luck in the
Feile in Galway this year.
Our last game was against Donard.With a plentiful supply of ball
going in to the forwards from Maria,Rachel,Shauna and Caoimhe.Up
stepped Claire Holland the youngest and smallest member of the
panel to grab the game by the scrub of the neck and score 2.1 from
play.Who said size ever mattered.Well Done Girls.
The panel who represented Bray at the Wicklow Feile were,Sophie
Mooney,Shannon Scanlon,Amy Barry,Caitlin Hand,Coaimhe Lohan,Roisin
Quigley,Rachel Hand,Maria Daly,Niamh McCormack,Sarah Hayde,Orla
Griffin,Amy O'Connor,Clare Holland,Nicola Holland,Meave Ni
We had two representives in the Long Puck and Skillstar
Competion.Shauna Douglas and Coaimhe Lohan who was unlucky to lose
out with the final Puck in the Skillstar.
|U14 Camogie in Marley Park|
4 May, 2011
On a lovely Wednessday evening we travelled the
short distance to Marley Park to take on the locals Ballinteer St
Johns in a Dublin League Camogie fixture.Bray went in leading at
half time on a score 1.2-0.2.The goal coming from Meave Ni Mhidigh
and the points from Coaimhe and Rachel Hand.During the second half
the game was closely fought with both teams showing tremendous
determination and skill.The final score was 2.4 -1.3 in our
favour.A great team display with stand out performances from
Shannon Scanlon,Caitlin Hand,Shauna douglas and the impressive
Coaimhe Lohan.The second half was delayed due a serious hand injury
to Emma Groves.She all wish her a speedy recovery.Well Done
|U14 Camogie V Knockanna |
25 September, 2010
On Saturday 25th of September the U14 Camogie team travelled to
Glenealy to play Knockanna in the Shield Final. We qualified for
the final by beating Kilcoole and Avondale in previous rounds. We
agreed with Knockanna to play the full pitch and 15 a side this was
to ensure all 21 players got to play. Knockanna ran out deserved
winners but not after a very determined performance from the Bray
girls. The Bray girls fought hard for every ball and made Knockanna
work hard for there scores. The girls have shown a massive
improvement this year and to think they are all U14 again next year
bodes very well for the future. So well done girls on a good year
and keep up the good work. Panel of players Sophie Mooney, Emma
Groves, Amy Barry, Shannon Scanlon, Sarah Hayde, Oisín Mooney,
Caoimhe Lohan, Lauren Sweeney, Maria Daly, Caitlin Hand, Shauna
Douglas, Kellie Gilbert, Chloe Pritchard, Amy O'Connor, Jane
Moriarty, Fiona Flaherty, Eimear Ivory, Katherine Hayes, Sabdha
Eglinton, Aifric Murphy, Orla Griffin and Eva. Training on Mondays
7-8.30 meet at the wall.
On Sunday 19th September, the Camogie U14 played Glenealy in a
rearranged League fixture in Emmet Park. Due to the unavailability
of a number of girls it was time to use our panel and they didn't
let us down. The final score was 2:1 to 2.1 a draw. In a low
scoring match we had our keeper Amy Barry to thank for the number
of outstanding saves she made throughout the match. We had enough
chances up front but were unable to take them against a good
Glenealy defence. It was another outstanding display from all the
girls, epical mention to Rachel Hand who was outstanding again.
Panel on the Day Amy Barry, Shannon Scanlon, Emma
Groves, Roisin Quigley, Caitlin Hand, Shauna Douglas, Maria Daly,
Rachel Hand, Lauren Sweeney, Fiona Flaherty, Kellie Gilbert, Jane
Moriarty, Katherine Hayes, Eva, Chloe Pritchard, Orla Griffin,
|U14 Camogie Shield Semi-Final V Avondale|
13 September, 2010
On Monday 13th We Played The U14 Camogie Shield Semi-Final V
Avondale In Kilcoole.A Great Win By The Bray Girls. The Final Score
Was 7.4 :4.2.This Was A Win Built On Hard Work And A Great Team
Effort. The Defence Was Tight And Well Marshalled By Shannon And
Sarah With Sophie In Goal Making Some Great Saves And
Clearances.The Midfield Of Rachel, Shauna And Maria Never Stopped
Running And Supplied Some Great Ball To The Forwards. Up Front
Lauren, Caitlin,Fiona And Kellie Delivered The Scores With Star
Forward Kellie Gilbert Scoring 4 Goals And Lauren Getting 1.4 Of
The Teams Total.Team On The Night, Sophie, Sarah, Shannon, Roisin,
Caoimhe,Maria, Lauren 1.4,Rachel,Shauna,Caitlin 1.0,Fiona,Kellie
4.0,Amy,Aifric,Katherine,Orla,Emma,Eva.Well Done Girls We Now Look
Forward To The Final Against Knockanna In Glenealy On Saturday 25th
|U14 Camogie V Balinacor|
19 July, 2010
The U14 Camogie lost out to Balinacor on a scoreline of 4.0 to
0.0 in the Semi-final of the B championship in Newcastle.The girls
played well with stand out performance from Lauren Sweeney,Sarah
Hayde,Sophie Mooney and Rachel Hayde.The panel on the night was
Eimear Ivory,Emma Groves ,Amy oConnor,Caoimhe Lohan,Aifric
Murphy,Lauren Sweeney,Orla Griffin,Caitlin Hand,Rachel Hand,Sadbha
Eglinton,Kellie Gilbert,Fiona Faherty,Amy Barry,Jane Moriarty,Sarah
Hayde,Shannon Scanlon and Chloe Pritchard.