U14 Camogie

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.