St Mary’s ladies win Minor A2 final
ST Marys ladies Minors contested the A2 final recently against Eoghan Rua in an exciting encounter.
St Mary’s came out strong in the first half and in particular the lethal trio of Ruth and Helen Monaghan along with Ciara Gilroy who were influential.
St Mary’s were leading at halftime by 5-12 to 4 points.
Eoghan Rua came out in the second half and threw everything at them.
Resolute defending however by the exceptional Aoife Gilroy along with Roisín Martin in the full back line ensured St Mary’s maintained their lead.
Eoghan Rua were now piling the pressure on but St Mary’s half back line of Erin Breheny, Emma Corcoran and Sinead Ledwith were breaking up their attacks and St Mary’s kept the score board ticking over to record an impressive 8-18 to 3-14 win.
Eoghan Rua really impressed in the second half and were clocking up the scores but the eventual winners had too much of an advantage. St Mary’s gave a special mention to joint captain Leah Rooney who broke her ankle in the first round but was there to accept the Cup along with Ali Dykes after the match.
St Mary’s Minor ladies with their management who won the A2final recently after defeating Eoghan Rua on a scoreline of 8-18 to 3-14 in the final.
Padraig Clancy presents the U14 trophy to the Coolera/Strandhill joint captains Mark McDaniel and Ross Doherty. Pics: Eamonn McMunn.
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Tubbercurry/Cloonacool U14 team who were runners up in the U14A Football Championship Shield after a brilliant game with Coolera/Strandhill.
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