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October 4th, 2011

Ulster Senior Club Championship Quarter Final

Donaghmoyne 2-17
St Galls (Antrim) 2-3

COUNTY senior champions Donaghmoyne easily advanced to the last four following a 14 point victory over Antrim side St Galls in Fontenoy Park on Sunday afternoon.
Fielding without the injured Amanda Casey and Gina McGowan, the home side were always comfortable without playing to their very best. Heavy overnight rain made conditions difficult and with it both sides struggled with the underfoot conditions and it was a match littered with unforced errors.
However, Francie Coleman and his side will not worry as they did what was needed and now get ready for a semi final encounter with Armagh side Clan Eireann. In all nine players got their name on the score sheet for the eventual winners including substitutes Hazel Kingham and Sandra McConnell, both of which showed plenty of promise and will be pushing hard for a place in the starting lineout the next day.
The visitors led once, that the opening point of the day from Emer Gallagher with a free. Donaghmoyne were out of sorts in the early stages before Orla McKeown raised the white flag on eight minutes. Eileen McElroy added a point soon after to edge them in front and a lead they were never to lose. Following points from Cora Courtney and Lisa Kingham, Cathriona McConnell netted the opening goal on 17 minutes after good play from both Sharon and Cora Courtney.
Cathriona McConnell stretched the lead before St galls were handed a lifeline on 25 minutes when a rash challenge from ‘keeper Linda Martin on Gallagher saw a penalty awarded which Michelle Drayne expertly dispatched. The opening half was wrapped up with points from McKeown and Cathriona McConnell to give Donaghmoyne a 1-7 to 1-1 lead at the break.
While Donaghmoyne continued to make errors after the resumption the introduction of Hazel Kingham did brighten up their display and it was the substitute that opening the second half scoring with a points. Four further points followed to extend the lead before Gallagher hit St Gall’s first score of the half with 18 minutes remaining.
Niamh McCarthy and Sandra McConnell replied at the other end before Kingham found the net with her sides second major 12 minutes from time. The McConnell sister Sandra and Cathriona added points but to their credit the young St Gall’s side, who were making their senior debut fought to the end and were rewarded with 1-1 coming from Maebh McCurdy. The final say went to Cora Courtney with a point to wrap up a convincing victory.
Donaghmoyne: Linda Martin, Joanne Geoghegan, Michelle Grimes, Niamh Lynch, Arlene Keenan, Sharon Courtney, Fiona Courtney, Aine Finnegan, Eileen McElroy (0-1), Niamh McCarthy (0-1), Cora Courtney (0-2), Lisa Kingham (0-2), Annette Duffy (0-1), Cathriona McConnell (1-4, 0-1f), Orla McKeown (0-2).
Subs: Hazel Kinghan (1-2), Sandra McConnell (0-2), Frances Finnegan, Karen Hall, Laura Lynch.

Ulster Intermediate Club Championship
LISNASKEA PROVE TOO STRONG FOR MONAGHAN HARPS
Lisnaskea proved too strong for Monaghan Harps in the Intermediate championship on Sunday last with the Little sisters making a big contribution for the Fermanagh girls. In the opening stages of the first half, both sides were evenly matched but as the game progressed lisnaskea took control of the game  with the half time score Lisnaskea 2-8  Monaghan Harps 1-4 .From then on Monaghan Harps were always playing catch up and needed to get that all important goal to try and put them back in contention. But the Lisnaskea keeper and indeed the crossbar denied Monaghan Harps on numerous occassions. In the end Lisnaskea ran out comfortable winners. Final scoreline
Monaghan Harps 2-8   Lisnaskea 2-17
Line Out
Monaghan Harps
Alison Treanor, Laura Mc Manus, Donna Marie Morgan, Orla Whelan, Grainne Treanor, Tessa Fleming, Jessica Drohan, Muireann O Rourke, Jennifer Treanor, Niamh Maguire, Sinead Maguire (0-1), Una Rooney (0-2), Slaney Murray (1-1), Orla Callan (0-4), Eimear O Rourke
Subs used Aishling Mc Cabe (1-0), Rosalind Hennessy, Danielle Mulligan, Emma Mooney, Eimear Connell
Lisnaskea
D Gilroy, L Armitage, A Martin, D Murphy, C Dumien, E O Keefe, K Mohan, C Woods S Little T Little C Little , S Little, S Mc Crystal, L Slevin L Curran
Subs Stephanie Dolan, Jessica Curran, Melissa Curran, Michelle Trotter, Aine Murphy, Lauren Crawford
Ulster Junior Club championship
INNISKEEN OVERCOME DONAGH IN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Inniskeen made a welcome return to Ulster with a hard fought win over Fermanagh champions Donagh.  Inniskeen started the more promising in the first half and at half time were leading by 6 points, the half time score  Inniskeen 1-6   Donagh 0-3, with Voreen Quigley Inniskeen’s goal scorer. The second half saw Donagh crawl their way back into the game and  it looked like the game was going to end all square as Donagh were awarded a penalty. But Fiona Callan saved the day with a fine save and Inniskeen held on to their lead to go one step further to an Ulster title to add to their county one.
Full Time Score  Inniskeen 1-10    Donagh 2-4
Line out Inniskeen:  Fiona Callan, Eimear Kelly, Sharon Mc Gahon, Ruth Lorenz, Arlene Kelly, Larua Kelly, Aishling Mc Geeney, Isobel Kierans (0-2), Linda Callan (0-1), Tracy Mc Geeney, Abbey Duffy, Miriam Kelly, Bronagh Duffy (0-3), Voreen Quigley (1-2), Roisin Mc Kenna (0-2)
Subs Kathrina Byrne, Anna Mc Kenna, Anna Jones, Laura Ashfield, Julieanne Finnegan, Gemma Woods, Emma Finnegan, Ciara Mc Geeney, Josie Fitzpatrick, Alice Mc Gahon, Edel Kierans, Emma Murphy.
Donagh
B Curry, J Little, K Feely, C Curran, A Reihill, M Mc Dermott, D Barrett, O Reihill, L LInle, T Cadden, C Cadden, L Mc Dermott, T Feely, R Gleeson, S Barrett, Ciara Doran, Elizabeth Mc Cormack, Aisling Mc Dermott, Michelle Mc Dermott, Michelle Montgomery, Mary Sweeney, Nuala Maguire, Denise Toner
NEW YORK AND CAVAN HAVE IT ALL DO TO AGAIN
This weekend sees the Junior and Intemediate championship replays in Croke Park. Catriona Brady played a pivotal role for New York the last day and I am sure this weekend will be no different. We wish Catriona all the very best once again.Good luck also to Courtney Traynor whose family originates from Carrick.
Results
U14 Divison 3 championship final
Scotstown 2-8   O Neills 2-5
U14 Division 4 championship final
Eire Og 6-6   Tyholland 5-5
Division 3 U12 Final
Inniskeen 1-2   Aughnamullen 4-2
Division 4 U12 Final
Killevan 0-6   Latton 5-6
Minor League – Division 2
Seans 5-6   Latton 11-10
Magheracloone 2-5   Carrick 1-8
Emyvale 3-21   Aghabog 2-4
Summer League Play off
Killanny 1-5   Doohamlet 3-10
Division 1 League
Emyvale 8-10   Truagh 5-8
Fixtures – Saturday October 8th @ 5pm
Division 2
Aghabog  V   Scotstown
Magheracloone   V   Donaghmoyne
Division 3 play off
Latton V  Aughnamullen
Summer League semi final
Corduff  V  Seans
Tom Lennon Cup Development League – Saturday October 8th @ 5pm
Doohamlet  V  Carrick

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