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Intermediate Championship  

Tulla 4-05 Eire Og 4-14 

A strong first half performance secured an intermediate semi-final place for Éire Óg when they made the short journey to Tulla on Saturday evening.  

The townies raced into a 6 point lead with five of their forwards raising white flags before Tulla halved the lead with a well struck goal just before the water break.  

Éire Óg worked hard to regain the momentum in the second quarter and outscored their hosts by 3-05 to 1-02, leaving the half time score at 3-11 to 2-02. 

Tulla defended well in the second half and pointed after two minutes of play. An Amy Russell point restored Éire Ógs 12-point lead, while her sister Jodie stretched the lead to 15 with a superb goal. Tulla dominated the final quarter, scoring 2 goals and two points, but the comeback was too late and the final score of Éire Óg 4-14 to Tulla 4-05 means the end of the playing season for the east Clare side while Éire Óg progress to semi-final stage, taking on Clooney Quin on September 5th 

Éire Óg: Katie Malone; Sophie Hanna, Laura Browne, Aimee Daniels; Maria Redmond, Eva Whyte, Aoibheann Hahessy; Alana McInerney, Sarah Redmond (1-0); Orla Devitt(1-04), Ciara Kennedy (0-02), Amy Russell(0-01); Jodie Russell(1-01), Orla McMahon(1-01), Elizabeth Russell(0-05 3f 1x’45) 

Subs: Leah Ryan for Aimee Daniels  

Tulla:  Siobhan Torpey; Gillian Ryan, Lorna Power, Aoife Leyden; Amy McNamara, Sinead Conlon, Therese Murphy; Aine Dinan, Ashling McNamara; Orna Mulconroy, Bridin Dinan, Aisling Dooley; Aoife Dooley, Tara Gleeson, Jennifer Nicholas.  

Referee: Neil O’Brien (O’Callaghans Mills)  

 

Feakle-Killanena 2-17 Clooney Quin 3-14 

The fifth round of the Intermediate Championship saw Feakle Killanena and Clooney Quin battle it out for the honour of topping the group. This was an eagerly awaited tie of what would be considered the top two teams in the Intermediate Championship. Unfortunately, Covid 19 meant that only the chosen few could be present. 

Feakle Killanena opened their account with a Laura McGrath point. This was closely followed by the opening goal of this tie when Louise Keehan finished well to the corner of the net. Regan Conway was on target with her first free of the day before Clooney Quinn settled to hit 5 unanswered score to take a 2-4 to 1-2 lead to the water break. The last Quarter was toe to toe with each side exchanging score with Clooney Quinn take a 3-point lead to the break. Feakle Killanena scores coming from Conway (4) and Meabh Brady (1).  

Clooney Quin were first of the mark on the resumption. Maebh Brady pulled one back for the home side followed closely by 2 Robyn Conway points. A Regan Conway penalty was saved but she popped over the resulting free and another from Lorna McNamara reduced the deficit to 1. 

Feakle Killanena were dealt a blow when a long-range shot was dropped to the net increase the visitor lead to 4. Rather than hang their heads a long-range clearance from Regan Conway found Louise Keehan who made no mistake to raise her second green flag of the evening and reduce the deficit to 1at the water break.  

A Robyn Conway point following good work from the lively ZiYan Spillane levelled matters. Two Deirdre Murphy points pushed the visitors ahead. Lorna McNamara pulled one back which was quickly cancelled out by Clooney Quin. Points from Regan Conway and Laura McGrath leveled matters at on the stroke of full time. But Clooney Quin weren’t finished and a late point in extra time seemed to seal the deal for the visitors. But Lorna McNamara had other ideas and with coolness personified popped over a free to level matters on the stroke of full time. Both teams now progress to the Semi finals in 2 week time.  

Feakle Killanena: Róisín Quilligan; ZiYan Spillane, Eileen Daly, Ciara Minogue ; Vera Loughnane Ella Macnamara, Aoife Tuohy; Regan Conway (0-7), Evelyn Duggan; Méabh Brady,(0-2), Roisin McMahon, Robyn Conway (0-3), Laura McGrath(0-2), Jodi Guilfoyle, Louise Keehan (2-0)  

Subs: Claire McNamara for Guilfoyle, Lorna McNamara (0-3)for Duggan.  

 

Whitegate 1-04 Clarecastle/Ballyea 2-05  

Clarecastle/Ballyea came out on top after a thrilling performance from both sides played in wet conditions on Saturday morning which meant scores were hard to come by.  

Clarecastle/Ballyea were first off the mark with a point from Doireann Murphy in the 11th minute, this was soon cancelled at the other end when Lisa Donoghue scored for her side leaving the teams level at the water break. After play resumed Whitegate added a further two points to their tally, but it was the visitors who lead at half time when Lauren Tuohy extended their led with a pointed free followed by a goal from Doireann Murphy to give their side a two-point advantage.  

The second half was fought in similar fashion. Clarecastle/Ballyea had the perfect start when Hannah Mai Neylon struck for their second goal.  Both teams continued to battle for possession as play moved up and down the field.  Whitegate responded with a goal from Greta Hickey leaving two points between the sides. Clarecastle/Ballyea replied with a point by Doireann Murphy. In the final quarter Whitegate added another point but it was the amalgamation who pushed harder for scores adding a further brace of points to give them a four-point victory. The winners had strong display from Aoibhin Donnelly, Molly McMahon, Carol Browne and Chloe Devitt while Amber Nolan, Lauren Solon, Leanne Spazzi did well for Whitegate. 

Clarecastle/Ballyea: Suzy O’Shea, Molly McMahon, Cathy Casey, Hannah Dinan, Aoibhin Donnelly, Carol Browne, Chloe Devitt, Grace Russell, Ciara O’Dell, Amiee Wiley, Lauren Tuohy (0-1), Stella Quinlivan, Laura Carmody, Doireann Murphy (1-4), Hannah Mai Neylon (1-0). 

Subs: Ellen Barry for Wiley, Aimee Wiley for Carmody  

Whitegate: Lauren Solan, Ciara O’Leary, Orla Burke, Triona Kelly, Caitriona Apsel, Aisling Treacy, Lisa Donoghue, Leana Spazzi, Greta Hickey (1-01), Niamh Quirke, Aine McDermott (0-1), Aideen Hickey (0-2) Amber Nolan, Alison Hynes, Molly Spazzi, Cait Keenan 

Subs: Cait Keenan for Niamh Quirke 

 

 

Junior A Championship  

Inagh Kilnamona 3-15 Kilkishen/Bodyke 2-04 

Inagh-kilnamona had a comprehensive win over Kilkishen Bodyke at home on a dry evening in Inagh.  Kilkishen Bodyke battled hard but the home team proved too strong and won 3-15 to 2-4 score. 

It was Kilkishen/Bodyke who got on the scoreboard first with a well taken free in the second minute.  Helen Hehir got Inagh Kilnamona off with a point in the fourth minute.  The sides again traded points minutes later.  Whilst the team were fairly evenly matched it was Inagh-Kilnamona who put the scores up with points from Shannon, Tara Rynne from a placed ball and two from Muireann Daffy before Kilkishen/Bodyke put one past the Inagh Kilnamona net minder to draw them level with six minutes of time remaining.  Kilkishen/Bodyke added another point with a minute of normal time remaining.  However, Inagh Kilnamona put four over the bar from Orlaith Cotter, two from Tara Rynne (free) and Hehir before the referee blew the half time whistle, to leave the half time score Inagh Kilnamona 0-10 Kilkishen/Bodyke 1-04. 

Inagh-kilnamona got the dream start to the second half with two goals in the first two minutes from Helen Hehir and Amy Shannon.  And whilst the result was never in doubt from here, Kilkishen/Bodyke continued to pressure the home side. Inagh Kilnamona went on to score 1-5 to Kilkishen/Bodykes single goal leaving the final score Inagh Kilnamona 3-15 to 2-4. For Inagh Kilnamona Orla Vaughan played an excellent game at centre back, with Amy Shannon and Muireann Daffy proving a handful in the forwards 

Inagh Kilnamona: Cara McInerney Ella Leyden Michaela  roughan Roisin Clancy Caoimhe Longe Orla Vaughan Eimear Cotter Orlaith Cotter (2) Hannah Shannon tara Rynne (1-4(2f))Amy Shannon (1-2)Emily Woods Muireann Daffy (2)Helen Hehir (1-4)Elisha Twomey (1) 

Subs:  Lauren Fitzgerald for Emily Woods 

 

Ruan 1-4 Corofin 0-15 

Corofin took on neighbours Ruan in round four of the camogie championship on Sunday evening. The opening half saw both sides battling hard to win possession. Corofin’s opening score came from an Aoibheann Malone point from play, followed shortly by a point from Lizzy Roche. Ruan responded with a point from Sarah O Donoghue. Malone added two more for Corofin but Ruan replied with a goal from Alice Casey. The physical battle continued and Roche and Malone pointed again for Corofin. Ruan replied with a Amy O Donoghue point bring the sides level at half time.  

Corofin started the better of the two in the second half as Aoibheann Malone scored four points from placed balls. Lizzy Roche and Malone pointed again from play. Ruan responded with a point from play from Lauren O Donoghue however Corofin were to seal the deal with two more points from Aoibheann Malone and a point from play from Louise Browne. Both sides played well in spells as physicality dominated the performance. Final score Corofin  0-15 Ruan 1-4. 

Corofin:Siobhan Lane; Sinead Collins, Aoife Forde, Laura Mullen; Rebecca Collins, Aleisha Malone, Ciara Heagney; Corina McMahon, Aoife Madigan; Amy O’Brien, Lizzy Roche (0-3), Eva Carey; Louise Browne (0-1), Aoibheann Malone (0-11, 4F), Rachel Fitzpatrick  

Subs: Maria Cahill for Aleisha Malone, Aisling O Brien for Lizzy Roche, Orla Burke for Amy O’Brien, Danielle Organ for Aoife Madigan 

 

Junior B Championship  

Clarecastle/Ballyea 1-1 Scariff Ogonnelloe 3-18 

It was a blustery but sunny early morning throw in for the Scariff Ogonnelloe and Clarecastle-Ballyea Round 5 Junior B match. Scariff Ogonnelloe won the toss and had the advantage of the wind, opening the scoring with a point. They continued to dominate the scoreboard in the first half, clocking up a further 13 points and a goal from Ashley Minogue. Clarecastle-Ballyea’s only score came from a free, popped over the bar by Rebecca Culligan. The second half was a much more even affair as Clarecastle-Ballyea upped the ante and added a goal to their score line from a well-placed free taken again by Rebecca Culligan. Scariff Ogonnelloe responded, adding 1-4 to their tally to make it 4 wins in a row as the final whistle blew.   

There was some great play from both teams. Scariff-Ogonnelloe’s Ellen Collins put a strong effort throughout, and notable scoring came from the hurley of Maria Scanlan and Kealy Power’s free taking consistently hit the mark. Clarecastle-Ballyea’s Kate Murphy played with pace and full back Laura Vaughan’s defence stood out.  

Scariff Ogonnelloe: Rachael Daly; Sarah Skelly, Clodagh Nash, Caoimhe O’Donnell; Ciara Treacy, Shannon McNamara, Anna McNamara; Aoife Kelly, Laura Brody 0-1; Ellen Collins 1-1, Maria Scanlan 0-4, Kate O’Mahony 0-3; Kealy Power 0-5, Ashley Minogue 1-2, Kate Walsh  

Subs: Roisin Collins for Caoimhe O’Donnell, Labhaoise O’Donnell 1-01 for Kate Walsh, Emily Walsh for Ashley Minogue, Abby Walsh for Aoife Kelly, Keli Nugent for Ellen Collins 

Feakle-Killanena 8-13 Banner 4-07 

The Banner Camogie Junior team travelled to Feakle to play Feakle-Kilanena on Sunday morning, where the hosts won on a score line of 8:13 to 4:07. 

This was a tough outing for the Banner girls with the hosts getting off to a very strong start, scoring 3:01 before the Banner got their first score, a Niamh Cassidy goal. Feakle then went on another scoring spree, leaving the half time score at 4:09 to 1:02. 

Although they left it late, the goals finally arrived for the Banner in the second half, with Niamh Cassidy getting her second and both Sadhbh Shannon and Sadhbh Dunne finding the back of the net. Ciara Meehan added some fine points to the Banner tally, and the game finished with a score line of Feakle-Kilanena 8:13 to the Banner’s 4:07. 

Banner: Mary Jordan; Katie Browne, Sadhbh Shannon (1:0); Jenny Healy, Elena Sanz, Teresa Ryan; Niamh Cassidy (2:2), Dianna Carmody; Hannah McCormick (0:1), Caoimhe Meehan, Margaret Ryan; Ciara Meehan (0:4, 1 Fr), Aoibhinn Leyden. 

Substitute: Sadhbh Dunne (1:0) for A. Leyden (20 mins). 

Referee: Ciaran Sheehan

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