Camogie Féile

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.