Girls U15 Football





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U15 Girls Football

8 April, 2017

The U15 Girls Football team travelled out to Fingallians on Sat 8th April to play their next Dublin league fixture. A long trip, but one that transpired to be very useful for the team. The Bray girls put in a cohesive performance scoring twenty times in the hour. Defense was equally sharp and solid. Maith sibh, a chailíní uilig. Emmet Bhré  8-12,Fingallians  2-10. Foireann : Rachel Messitt, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Purcell, Caoimhe Reilly, Carla Lennon, Emily Cahill (Captaen), Emily Riddell, Emma Doyle, Jordan O’Brien, Rachel Horan, Rebecca Mahon, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Sophie Blennerhassett, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir – Brian O’Keeffe. ...

U15 Camogie V Liffey Gales

4 March, 2012

The Camogie girls were in action on Sunday morning with the U15's playing away to Liffey Gaels in Ballyfermot and they had a great win. Next Sunday sees the U15's away to Raheny in the Dublin Leagues. ...

U15 Camogie V Cuala

27 November, 2011

On Sunday Morning our Camogie Under 15's put in a strong performance against our Dublin neighbours Cuala Under16's who traveled the short distance to Old Connaught to play in a friendly. The boys Under 14 footballers played a challenge game againstÉire Óg Greystones on Saturday afternoon and won the game 9-7 to 6-6. The second instalment of the Minor Hurling Championship took place in Pearce Park, Arklow on Sunday in a thrilling replay with the last score of the game coming in the final minute. Well done to the Bray lads for producing some outstanding hurling on what was in the end a disappointing result for them and thank you for the Bray supporters who traveled to Arklow. ...

U15 Camogie V St. Judes

20 November, 2011

The U15 camogie girls played against St Judes in Tymon Park on Sunday morning in a very close game overcoming their hosts to win the game. ...

Camogie U15 A Championship

16 October, 2011

On Sunday the 16th of October we played the Wicklow Camogie U15A Championship final against Knockanna the current All-Ireland Feile champions.On the road to the final the Bray girls have really come of age . In the quater-final we were drawn against Avondale.The first half of this match was a tight affair with little between the teams at half time.In the second half the Bray girls dug deep and finished the stronger on a score line of 6.4 to 1.6.There was great displays from Sophie Mooney,Niamh McCormack in goals,Caitlin Hand,Amy O'Connor and Sarah Hayde. The semi-final was against Balinacor\Aughrim,this was a much tighter affair throughout.The girls were ahead at half time by 2pts.The game changed in the second half with the introduction of Kellie Gilbert who finished the match having scored 2 goals and a point.To ensure Bray ran out deserving winners.There were stand out performances from Amy Barry,Aisling Moylan,Kellie Gilbert and Rachel Hand. The Final against Knockanna in Ashford on the the 16th of October.This was a major step up for the girls.They have been playing very well all year and giving a great committment. Knockanna started the quickest and got a few early scores but towards the half time mark the girls came into the game and scored two great points from Coaimhe Lohan and Lauren Sweeney.The girls played well in the second half and gave a great account of themselves.We went on to score another 1.4 from play with Coaimhe getting the goal and Shauna Douglas a couple of points before she was forced off due to a hand injury.Knockanna went on to win the game and ran out worthy winners.The Bray girls deserve great credit for continuing to work for each other and never giving up.This was a good team performance from the girls with stand out performances from Lauren Sweeney ,Roisin Quigley,Coaimhe Lohan, Shauna Douglas,Niamh McCormack in goals ably assisted by Sophie Mooney,Amy Barry,Amy oConnor,Caitlin Hand,Aisling Moylan,Rachel Hand,Sarah Hayde,Nicole Moore,Kellie Gilbert,Fiona Faherty,Meave Ni Mhidigh,Clare Holland,Nicola Holland,Orla Griffin,Shannon Scanlon,Katherine Hayes,Emma Groves,Casey o'Brien. We all wish Shauna a speedy recovery from her hand injury. Next up is the Dublin League,we are currently top of the league by 4 points with two games too play. On the 3rd of November we are on tour again.This time we travel to Limerick for an over night stay and a visit to the University of Limerick Sports Performance unit. ...