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Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club Notes 11-03-20

CIT Ladies Football

Well done to Emma Barry and the CIT Ladies Football team on their recent semi final success in the LGFA HEC Moynihan Cup. CIT faced Trinity College in a hard fought game in CIT Sports Grounds on Monday last. After a thrilling game that led to extra time, CIT came out on top on a score line of 6-08 to 3-18. Well done to all involved especially our own Emma Barry, CIT Trainer Conor Buckley and best wishes to the CIT Panel who compete in the Moynihan Cup final against UCD on Friday 13th March in Kerry. 

Photo – CIT Ladies Football team pictured after their win on Monday last.

UCC Ladies Football:

Best wishes to Sarah Murphy, Grace Culloty and the UCC Ladies Football Team who compete in the LGFA HEC O’Connor Cup semi final against DCU on Friday 13th March in Kerry.

Cork Ladies U16 Football Munster Championship:

Well done to Ava Barry, Lily Murray, Leah Hallihan and Ciara Morrison on their recent success with the Cork U16 Football team who defeated Limerick Ladies on a score line of 2-01 to 6-18 on Saturday last in UL Sports Grounds. Great to see 4 of our Bride Rovers girls in Cork colours. Well done girls and best wishes for the next stage in the championship.

Photo – Cork U16 Ladies pictured in UL Sports Grounds after their win against Limerick on Saturday last.

Senior Ladies Football League:

Our senior ladies open their league campaign on Sunday 15th March against Kinsale at 1pm in our main pitch, Rathcormac. All support appreciated. Best wishes to all.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club proudly sponsored by Barrys Bar and Spar Rathcormac.

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Midleton Ladies Football Club Notes

We would like to wish all the wonderful women in our Club “Happy International Woman’s day” – today March 8th. It goes without saying we would be lost without ye. 

Training Schedule for the coming week (weather permitting)

U8 – 6-7pm at the Community Centre

U10 – 6.30-7.30pm at the side pitch of the Gaa Club. We are moving to the outdoor pitch. Can the girls please wear their football boots and suitable warm clothing.

U12 and U14 – 7-8pm in Ballinacurra

U16-Junior – 7.30-8.30pm at the side pitch of the Gaa Club.

Please note going forward as a precaution for all training sessions and matches girls must bring THEIR OWN water bottles. We will NOT be using refillable water bottles.

 U14 League Midleton v Watergrasshill

Our U14 girls travelled to Watergrasshill for their third League game. In trying conditions of wind, rain, sunshine and hailstone the girls got stuck in early and controlled the game from the start. Some beautiful passes of play saw us dominate the first half. We recommenced the second half with the same determination but Watergrasshill fought back. Our girls never gave up and held out for the win. Well done to all the girls and to the Parents for travelling. Thank you to Watergrasshill for a very competitive game.

Panel: Kate O Sullivan, Elsa Ryan, Ellen O Neill, Lily Kelly, Kate Griffin, Kate Saunderson, Kelly Quirke, Cara Foley, Isabelle Nestor, Saoirse Ní Teanganna, Eve Meaney, Sorcha Cronin, Ava McAuliffe, Alannah Magan, Rachel Ryan, Tia Wall Wallace, Aoibhe Corby, Seana O Brien, Alyx Cahill, Jade Fitzgerald, Vanessa Gebska, Lucy Flynn, Saorlaith Ní Bhriain.

 Final Score Midleton 5-07 WGH 2-04

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Bride Rovers Ladies Club Notes 03-03-20

U14 East Cork Football League:

Nikki our captain opted to play with the wind in the first half, our girls started strongly and were well on top for the first 20 minutes, with some lovely scores from Nikki, Ruby and Clodagh.

The few attacks that Youghal had, our backs did very well to keep them at bay with some great saves from our keeper Clara, well done Clara for stepping into goals. We went in at half time Bride Rovers 2-6 to 2-2 for Youghal.

Now it was a tough battle for the second half as we were against a very strong wind. Youghal really got into the game and got some scores to put us under a lot of pressure. However our backs stood strong and only allowed Youghal to score 1-2 for most of the half while we also scored 1-2 against the wind.

After scoring our third goal we were 3 points with about 2 minutes to go, the girls did everything to keep Youghal out but with the last kick of the game Youghal got a goal to draw the game.

This was a fantastic nail biting game and all the girls played their hearts out, our next game is next Saturday 7th March against Cobh @ 4pm.

Panel: Kiera, Sarah B, Ruby B, Chloe C, Emma, Evan, Emily, Pheobe, Sive, Ashling, Eimer, Clara, Chloda, Ashling O R, Nikki, Chloe M, Ashling R, Kathlyn, Daria, Aoife.

Well done to Katie and Sarah:

Well done to Katie Quirke, Sarah Murphy and the Cork Senior Ladies football panel who defeated Mayo in Round 4 of the LIDL National Football League on a score line of 1-12 to 1-4 on Sunday in Mallow GAA Grounds. Cork play Galway in Round 5 of the Lidl National Football League on 22nd March. Venue TBC.

Sports Prediction Quiz.

It’s Sports Prediction Quiz time again. This fundraiser has been a great success for the Club over the last few years. This year we have selected 21 National and International Sporting events from March until October of this year. The first event is to predict the Cheltenham Gold Cup winner and the final prediction to be made is to pick the winner of the Cork Premier Senior Football Championship. For all your predictions you are given four possible ‘winners’ or if you want to pick someone else you can select ‘Other’. Different points are allocated to each selection and whoever accumulates the most points will be the winner. Tickets priced at €10 are now on sale from Club Members. The Closing date for entries is March 9th so do join up straight away. If anyone gets the 21 predictions all correct a grand prize of €3000 is on offer. If there is no ‘all-correct’ entry it’s the best points total. In that case, we are giving prizes of €500, €200, €100  and two prizes of €50 each. If you’re not in you can’t win.

Bride Rovers Ladies Registration Evening.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club registration evening will be held on Thursday March 5th from 7:30 to 8:30pm at Rathcormac Hall. Club Mentor and Club Officer registration is 40 Euro. NO Fee payable on the night for any Club100 members but forms should be filled out as normal. U6-U10 55 Euro. U12-U18 80 Euro. Adult football 100 Euro. Adult camogie 70 Euro. Dual adult 120 Euro. We are always welcoming new players/members at all ages so do come along and give it a try.

Bride Rovers Ladies ‘First Friday’ Clothes Collection.

Our next collection of old clothes, bags and shoes will be Friday March 6th from 7:30 to 8pm at Rathcormac Hall. NO duvets or pillows please. Please support and spread the word.

U21 B Football Championship:

The draw for the U21 B Football Championship was made on Monday last at the February Cork County Board meeting held in the Rochestown Park Hotel. Bride Rovers have a bye in the quarter final stage of the competition so they progress to the semi final stage where they play the winners of Bantry Ladies and Carrigaline. Details of the venue and date for this game will follow in the coming weeks. Best wishes to all involved.

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ECB Monthly Meeting

  • When: Wednesday March 4th @ 8pm
  • Where: Carrigtwohill Community Centre

IMPORTANT NOTE:

With the redevelopment of the car park started this wk, there will be no parking anywhere around the perimeter of the Playground.
Crucially there will also be NO access for cars to the rear of the Playground or parking facilities available.  It will be drop offs only at the rear of the Hall. Pedestrian access will still be available.

 Some parking will be available at the Well Lane side of the All Weather but that is limited so only bring your car if absolutely necessary.  

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Important Fixture Amendments

As the Cork v Donegal league game has been rescheduled to the 8th of March it now clashes with round 1 of the county leagues.

As the following fixtures involve Cork players and their clubs are not involved in U21 1st round matches on the 15th of March they will now be played on the 15th of March.

Division 1
Eire Og vSt. Vals
Mourneabbey vFermoy
Bride RoversvKinsale
AghadavInch
Division 2
Naomh Aban v Glanmire

AN alternative date can not be found in the schedule for the following fixtures so the fixture date of the 8th of March stands at present.

Unfortunately unless circumstances change, these clubs may have to play without their Inter County players.

Division 2
Araglen Desmonds BuÍ v Rosscarbery
Clonakilty v Bantry
Division 3
Doheny’s vValley Rovers
Donoughmore v Dromtarriffe
Bishopstown vO’Donovan Rossa
Division 4
CastlehavenvMidleton
Division 5
St. ColumsvFuncheon Gaels
RockbanvCarrigaline
Division 6
 Nemo Rangers*vGabriel Rangers/Muintir Bhaire  
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League Fixtures 2020

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Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club Notes 25-02-20

Senior Ladies Division 1 Football League 

Our Senior Ladies Footballers open their 2020 league campaign on Sunday 8th March where they play Kinsale. Details of the venue and date TBC. All support appreciated.

Best of luck Katie and Sarah.

Best wishes to Katie Quirke, Sarah Murphy and the Cork Senior Ladies football panel who play Mayo in Round 4 of the LIDL National Football League on Sunday 1st March at 2pm in Mallow GAA Grounds. This game was rescheduled from last weekend due to poor weather conditions . Please support our girls who are representing Bride Rovers Ladies club with Cork.

Sports Prediction Quiz.

It’s Sports Prediction Quiz time again. This fundraiser has been a great success for the Club over the last few years. This year we have selected 21 National and International Sporting events from March until October of this year. The first event is to predict the Cheltenham Gold Cup winner and the final prediction to be made is to pick the winner of the Cork Premier Senior Football Championship. For all your predictions you are given four possible ‘winners’ or if you want to pick someone else you can select ‘Other’. Different points are allocated to each selection and whoever accumulates the most points will be the winner. Tickets priced at €10 are now on sale from Club Members. The Closing date for entries is March 9th so do join up straight away. If anyone gets the 21 predictions all correct a grand prize of €3000 is on offer. If there is no ‘all-correct’ entry it’s the best points total. In that case, we are giving prizes of €500, €200, €100  and two prizes of €50 each. If you’re not in you can’t win.

Bride Rovers Ladies Registration Evening.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club registration evening will be held on Thursday March 5th from 7:30 to 8:30pm at Rathcormac Hall. Club Mentor and Club Officer registration is 40 Euro. NO Fee payable on the night for any Club100 members but forms should be filled out as normal. U6-U10 55 Euro. U12-U18 80 Euro. Adult football 100 Euro. Adult camogie 70 Euro. Dual adult 120 Euro. We are always welcoming new players/members at all ages so do come along and give it a try.

Bride Rovers Ladies ‘First Friday’ Clothes Collection.

Our next collection of old clothes, bags and shoes will be Friday March 6th from 7:30 to 8pm at Rathcormac Hall. NO duvets or pillows please. Please support and spread the word.

U21 B Football Championship:

The draw for the U21 B Football Championship was made on Monday last at the February Cork County Board meeting held in the Rochestown Park Hotel. Bride Rovers have a bye in the quarter final stage of the competition so they progress to the semi final stage where they play the winners of Bantry Ladies and Carrigaline. Details of the venue and date for this game will follow in the coming weeks. Best wishes to all involved.

CPR for the community.
There will be a 1 hour session on CPR held in Scoil Bhríde Rathcormac on Saturday Feb 29th. This is a 1 hour FREE session held by the Irish Heart Foundation. The mission of the Irish Heart Foundation’s CPR training programme is to strengthen every link in the ‘Chain of Survival’ in every community. It is very easy for anyone to learn CPR and be ready to save a life. Places are limited so if you are interested please book your place ASAP. We would encourage as many as possible to attend as Text Jerome on 0861429439 or Linda 0868238185 with your preferred time. 10am, 11:30am or 1pm.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club proudly sponsored by Barrys Bar and Spar Rathcormac.

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U21 Championship Draws

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Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club Notes 18/02/20

Best of luck Katie and Sarah.

Best wishes to Katie Quirke, Sarah Murphy and the Cork Senior Ladies football panel who play Mayo in Round 4 of the LIDL National Football League on Sunday 23rd February at 2pm in Cloughduv GAA Grounds. Please support our girls who are representing Bride Rovers Ladies club with Cork.

Well done Emma Barry and CIT Ladies.

Well done to Emma Barry and the CIT Senior Ladies Football team who defeated Letterkenny IT in Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence on Monday last to secure a place in the Moynihan Cup Semi final. The girls had a hard fought win on a score line of 1-09 to 1-06. Well done to all involved especially our own Emma Barry and to club trainer Conor Buckley. We wish them well in the further stages of the competition.

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Sports Prediction Quiz.

It’s Sports Prediction Quiz time again. This fundraiser has been a great success for the Club over the last few years. This year we have selected 21 National and International Sporting events from March until October of this year. The first event is to predict the Cheltenham Gold Cup winner and the final prediction to be made is to pick the winner of the Cork Premier Senior Football Championship. For all your predictions you are given four possible ‘winners’ or if you want to pick someone else you can select ‘Other’. Different points are allocated to each selection and whoever accumulates the most points will be the winner. Tickets priced at €10 are now on sale from Club Members. The Closing date for entries is March 9th so do join up straight away. If anyone gets the 21 predictions all correct a grand prize of €3000 is on offer. If there is no ‘all-correct’ entry it’s the best points total. In that case, we are giving prizes of €500, €200, €100  and two prizes of €50 each. If you’re not in you can’t win.

Bride Rovers Ladies Registration Evening.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie registration evening will be held on Thursday March 5th from 7:30 to 8:30pm at Rathcormac Hall. Club Mentor and Club Officer registration is 40 Euro. NO Fee payable on the night for any Club100 members but forms should be filled out as normal. U6-U10 55 Euro. U12-U18 80 Euro. Adult football 100 Euro. Adult camogie 70 Euro. Dual adult 120 Euro. We are always welcoming new players/members at all ages so do come along and give it a try.

Bride Rovers Ladies First Friday Clothes Collection.

Our next collection of old clothes, bags and shoes will be Friday March 6th from 7:30 to 8pm at Rathcormac Hall. NO duvets or pillows please. Please support and spread the word.

CPR for the community.
There will be a 1 hour session on CPR held in Scoil Bhríde Rathcormac on Saturday Feb 29th. This is a 1 hour FREE session held by the Irish Heart Foundation. The mission of the Irish Heart Foundation’s CPR training programme is to strengthen every link in the ‘Chain of Survival’ in every community. It is very easy for anyone to learn CPR and be ready to save a life. Places are limited so if you are interested please book your place ASAP. We would encourage as many as possible to attend as Text Jerome on 0861429439 or Linda 0868238185 with your preferred time. 10am, 11:30am or 1pm.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club proudly sponsored by Barrys Bar and Spar Rathcormac.

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