Desmond’s 3-11. Abbeydorney 5-3
Castleisland Desmonds GAA Club U-12 Ladies had a great win against Abbeydorney.
A power packed second half guided Castleisland Desmonds to the Rose Hotel Division 2 Plate title at Ballyrickard on Tuesday evening.
It was a great team effort by all the players. At half time the score was Abbeydorney 4-3. Desmonds 1-4 – which left a lot of ground to be made up by the Islanders.
They did it, however, and the scorers were as follows: Amelia Kerin, 1-2; Seana Wilkinson, 0-4; Emily O’Donoghue, 1-1; Kate O’Connor, 0-3; Amy McCarthy, 1-0 and Amy Curtin, 0-1.
Impossible to Pick
It would be impossible to a pick player of the match.
All the above including Amelie and Seana were deadly going forward.
Erin O’Connor had a huge game in goals. In the backs, Hazel Burke Keelan O’Sullivan had great games with Robyn Cahill outstanding at centre back.
They were all brilliant including all the subs who came on. Congratulations to all the players and management from all in the club.
Castleisland Desmonds Team and Scorers
Erin O’Connor, Holly Horan, Keelan O’Connor, Hazel Burke, Deirdre Moynihan, Robyn Cahill, Amy McCarthy, 1-0; Seana Wilkinson, 0-4; Amy Curtin, 0-1; Amelia Kerin, 1-2;
Kate O’Connor, 0-3; Emily O’Donoghue, 1-1; Abigail Horan, Mary Kate Culhane and Emma O’Donoghue.
Subs: Aoife O’Leary, Rachel Horgan, Colene O’Callaghan, Michelle Burke, Anna Cox, Leah Burke, Mairead Burke, Siobhan O’Mahony and Lucy McKenna.
Abbeydorney Team and Scorers
Emma Leen, Orla Leahy, Roisin Quinn, Lauren Bowler, Jennifer Harty, Sadhbh Slattery, Ciara O’Connor,Ruth O’Connor, 0-1; Amy O’Loughlin, 4-1; Lilly Gaynor, Clodagh O’Leary, Rebecca O’Mahony, Eva Costello, Anna McCarthy, 0-1; Lisa Slattery.
Subs: Laura Falvey, 1-0; Grainne Carroll, Amy Cronin, Amy O’Sullivan, Faye Courtney, Sara Harris, Rebecca O’Dowd, Kerryann Moore, Rachel O’Donoghue, Ciara O’Brien, Kate Maunsell, Sophie McGowan and Laila Collins
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