U16 Camogie



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Match Reports

Congratulations to the U16 Camogie County Champions

20 September, 2017

Bray Emmets U16 Camogie Team met Donard the Glen in the A County Final in Ballinakill last Wednesday night . We expected this to be a tense affair as we had met Donard in the League on their home ground and we had drawn with them after a mighty battle on that occasion. Sure, enough, Bray got off to a good start and twenty minutes in we were 1 goal and 4 points up while Donard had not put a score on the board yet at that point. They had not gone away of course and within a short few minutes they had scored two goals and a point. So, at the break it was a drawn game. Strong words were said at half time and all returned with renewed vigour after the interval.   The teams were really so evenly matched but Bray may have had more firepower on the side line in terms of substitutes available.   After a hard fought second half Bray emerged as the winners with a final score of 2 goals 5 points to 2 goals 2 points. I would have to name the whole team and the substitutes if I was to name check players. Credit must go to all the girls and in particular to the Under 14s without whom we could not have made it to the Final. Many thanks also to Orlagh O Kane who was front and central at training and attended all the U16 matches during the year. Unfortunately , she could not be at the Final but she was most definitely with us in spirit.   Bainisteoirí Anne Carroll, Tomás O Midheach, Orlagh O Kane. Team:  Róisín Murphy, Laura Butler, Caoimhe Byrne, Carla Lennon, Eve Murphy, Leah Carroll - Captain, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Sinéad Quigley, Alannah Henry, Sara Davis,  Siofra Ni Mhidigh, Emma Doyle, Una Smirciak, Rachel Rice, Saoirse Canavan, Amy Healy, Neasa Ryder, Shauna Ryan, Ciara Slattery ,Alice O’ Doherty, Sarah Lambe, Aoife Canavan, Madge Redmond, Amy Butler, Áine Farrell.     ...

Camogie U16

29 April, 2017

Emmet Bhré  2-8 - Ballyboden  1-2. The U16 Camogie team had a very good league game against Ballyboden, Sat 29 April. Ballyboden had a handful of genuinely dominant players, yet it was Bray’s overall work-rate, fearlessly hooking, blocking and hunger for the 50/50 balls that was the difference when the final whistle sounded. While it was a huge team effort, very distinguished displays came from Ciara Slattery, Laura Butler, Laura McGarry and Emma Doyle. Bhí Tomás agus Anne iontach bródúil as an bhfoireann ar fad. Foireann : Neasa Ryder, Áine Farrell, Róisín Murphy, Laura Butler, Amy Healy, Emma Doyle, Caoimhe Byrne, Sinéad Quigley, Laura McGarry, Ciara Slattery, Rachel Rice, Róisín Benville, Sarah Lambe, Úna Smierciak, Alice O’Doherty. Bainisteoir – Anne Carroll. ...

U16 Camogie

18 May, 2016

Bray Vs Knockananna The U16 Camogie Team beat Knockananna last Wednesday May 18th to emerge as Wicklow League winners. The girls have had a good season to date and are improving all the time.They won 4 of their 6 Dublin League games and have won all of their Wicklow League games to date. The Wicklow Championship will be our next test and we hope the girls will show their mettle in that contest as well.Please ensure you all attend training - it will help your skills and is a great way to take the mind off the studies for an hour! Team:  Jane Butler, Laura Butler, Erika Bellamy, Allie Byrne, Alannah Barry,Claire Benville,Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Leah Carroll,Sara Davis, Doireann Downey, Liadán Downey, Lauren Healy, Alannah Henry, Olivia McGarry, Bróna Murphy, Shauna O Kelly,Trish Phelan, Rachel Rice,Nicole Ryan, Shauna Ryan, Ciara Slattery,Bainisteoir: Anne Carroll; Coach Paul Sweeney ....

U16 Camogie

21 May, 2014

Well done to the U16 Camogie girls who recorded a good win on Wednesday over Knockanna.There will be a break from games until after the Junior Cert but training will continue.Best of Luck to Kellie and Anna in the exams....

Bray Emmets take U16 Camogie title

20 October, 2012

On Saturday 20th October we played the U16 B Championship Final v Ballinacor in the Aughrim Community Grounds.The game got off to a great start with chances at both ends.We were first to score with a brilliant catch and strike on the run by Caoimhe Lohan to hit the back of the net.It was Ballinacors turn to score next when they got a goal after they put pressure on our goal.We replied with a point from Caoimhe again only to be hit by a goal and a point from Ballinacor when really we were starting to play well. Kellie and Roisin in midfield were flying,Lauren was starting to get to grips at centreback and also scored an excellant point.Up front Aisling ,Fiona and Clare were working hard,Rachel was winning ball and running directly at the heart of the Ballinacor defence but at half time we went in 2pts down. At the start of the second half,we introduced 3 subs Niamh(blood sub for Clare),Shannon and Nicola came on for Amy, Orlaith and Clare who played very well during the first half.Our first score of the second half came when Niamh playing at full forward knocked over a point,she quickly followed this up with her now customary goal.We were awarded a 65 after a lot of pressure on the Ballinacor goal.Lauren stepped up to take the 65 and launched a thunderbolt that finished in the back of the Ballinacor net.We were now on top all over the field winning the breaking ball,closing down the space and then to capitalise up popped Caoimhe again to score another goal.We introduced another 3 subs.Aoife,Vicky and Kellie and they played there part with Aoife who always seems in the right place getting us another goal.Ballinacor never scored in the second half and this was down to our defence of Sophie with her saves and great puck outs,Casey,Amy,Shannon,Caoimhe,Lauren and Caitlin.Kellie and Roisin covered every blade of grass on the pitch ,Nicola,Sarah who was everywhere winning the ball Aisling,Fiona,Niamh and Rachel,Vicky,Meave and Kellie.We finished the game winners on a score of 5.3:2.1.Kellie Gilbert our captain accepted the trophy but in truth we had captains all over the field. In this match, our first half was full of nerves but in the second half we settled down to play some great Camogie which is what we have been doing over the last few weeks.Well done girls and thank you for the commitment you have shown over the last year to training and games. ...

U16 Camogie welcome Donard

18 July, 2012

The u16 camogie girls played Donard on Wednesday and recorded a fine win. We would like to thank Donard for travelling and to give a big welcome back to Rachel Hand who played her first game after a long layoff due to injury. ...