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Camogie

May 16th, 2013

May 14th ‘13

Gael Linn

The Ulster Gael Linn team in which three of our own County girls, Louise O Connell, Mary Meehan and Marie Greenan are represented will play in Rathleague, Portlaoise on Sunday next.

Gael Linn Junior Interprovincial Semi Finals

Leinster v Munster, 12.15pm

Ulster v Connacht, 12.45pm

Final @ 2.30pm

We are all rooting for Ulster and hope that they will take the Gael Linn Cup back up North .

County Team

Training for County players will take place in Cloghan on Saturday at 8pm. A full turnout is expected prior to the outstanding Ulster Junior Championship match with Armagh which was rescheduled due to their Minor squads participation in the All Ireland Minor “C” Final on Saturday last in which they were defeated by Kildare.

 

Senior Camogie League.

Truagh               4 -10

Castleblayney   2 -2

Castleblayney went under  in an exciting tight marking encounter in the second last round of the Senior League in St. Mellans Park on Tuesday evening last, played in miserable weather conditions Truagh stepped up to the mark to gain another two points in the League when the Castleblayney side were minus a few of their regulars.

The north siders got off to a good start when they registered two goals and a point without reply coming from Joanne Meehan and Mairead Mc. Carron.  Castleblayney took longer to settle in and Elaine Mc. Kernan opened the scoring for her side in the 22nd minute when she cut through the Truagh defence to put a goal and a point on the scoreboard in the space of two minutes.

Siobhan Mc. Kenna and Yvonne  Connell stretched the lead  for Truagh with a further two points to put the side five ahead at the break.

Truagh’s  Orla Mc. Meel once again was on target when she converted a free 5 mins from throw in, Castleblayney  narrowed the deficit when their scoring ace Elaine Mc. Kernan  got one past the Truagh goalie a minute later. Truagh’s free taker Mc. Meel  added a further point before Meabh Mc. Carron got her stick to the sliother in a scrambled affair in the ‘Blayney  goalmouth to put the Gaels in a comfortable position.

Truagh took control for the next period when they added a further four points from Orla Mc. Meel, Siobhan Mc. Kenna, and Yvonne Connell.

Emma Mc. Kenna delivered the final score for the Faugh’s when she got one over the bar before Truagh’s Nicola Treanor spotted a space in the goalmouth to raise the green flag and Orla  Mc. Meel finished with a converted free.

Senior League Fixtures

Tuesday 21st. May @ 8pm.                Inniskeen V Truagh

Castleblayney V Clontibret

 

“Together Through Sport”

Ulster GAA, the Irish FA, and Ulster Rugby are joining forces and using the power of sport to promote positive cross-community relations.

We wish to invite camogie club members to come along to an event we are hosting, entitled ‘Together Through Sport’, which will showcase practical ways in which your Club can improve its appeal to the wider Community, and forge mutually beneficial relationships between our GAA clubs and other local sports clubs.

The event will take place during Community Relations Week on Wednesday 22nd May at Oakgrove Integrated College, Derry/Londonderry, beginning at 6.45pm.

This event should prove beneficial for all clubs in informing them of how to make their club more welcoming to non-traditional members in your community.

Kindly RSVP with names of attendees to: sportinthecommunity@gmail.com by Thursday 16th May.

 

 

 

 

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