Inch Rovers Ladies Football News 21/17

U8’S NEWS
Our U8s took to the field for the first time this year when we travelled to Fermoy this evening. 28 girls togged out and were eager to get stuck in and that’s what they did with plenty of effort, enthusiasm and no shortage of skill.
We had two matches one for the U8s and one for U 7& 6s and both teams played brilliantly … Dave Barry
U14s NEWS
Report by Sheila Dennehy Scanlon
Hi all, our u14’s were out Vs Glanmire in league final in carrigtohilll.  Weather was dry but windy. Game was delayed 20 mins as ref was late getting to pitch. Game kicked of and both sides playing great football. Glanmire had very tall girls right across there 15 and put huge pressure on all positions for us.We got some great scores and were unlucky to score more. Bringing the half time score to glanmire 1-10 to Inchrovers 1-4. We knew we were still in the game and all still to play for. Unfortunately we had  a few  girls injured and had to make changes in positions to try to strengthen the team to keep our defence strong.

Second half we started off ok and tried a few  times to get scores but glanmire just pulled away and there forwards drove through our defence and buried  a few great goals even do our goal keeper tried very hard to do all to  keep the ball out.  But unfortunately glanmire kept coming back on us and won the final  comfortably.

On behalf of management, we thought 3 wks ago we were out of the running of the league and 3 wks on we got to A final and A County still to play for.Look it’s wasn’t our night and to be fair the best team won.  Best of luck to glanmire in the  county and the rest of the season.Rem girls as I told  ye and will  keep telling ye,  ye are an outstanding bunch of girls and look at tonight as a set back but still plenty to play for in the  county which is fixed for the wkend of the 28th of May. And still have  championship ahead.  Kind rdgs from Sheila, Aine, Derry & Johnny.

CORK U14S
MINOR NEWS
Congrats to our minor panel & mentors James , Tomas Goggin & Danielle on fine win over Carraigtwohill in. Killeagh tonight  in Minor non exam league

Report by James
Inch minors were out again in the east cork minor non league against
Carrigtwohill.
It was 13 a side and we lined out with a very strong lineup with plenty seniors sprinkled throughout the team. We started out with loads of possession and after a settling in phase we kicked some great points
From rose Shannon kelly Amy and Niamh. However Carrig broke for a goal of their own and threatened to score a few more only for some fine defending from Donna cait Marcia Emma and Aoibhe. We were well ahead at halftime 1.12 to 1.01 and changed our team around with the purpose of giving girls plenty football. Again our u16 showed some lovely touches we put the game to bed early in the second half with fine scores from Ciara Barry Shannon rose  Emma Megan murphy meg Ahern aoife the ever improving Katie Ahern. Sinead o Brien and Sarah put in great second half with a masterclass in blocking. Ciara Steele put in some fine passes and seems to bring out the best in big sister Kelly. We ran out easy winners in the end and now top this league.
Team Marcia,Cait ,Emma ,Donna ,Rachel ,Aoibhe ,Niamh , Ciara Barry ,Aoife ,Rose ,Kelly ,Shannon,Meg ,Katie ,Amy Ciara Steele, Megan Murphy, Sinead O’ Brien,
Sarah Roche, Orla Cusack
Well done to all.
Training for all on Friday at 7.
Regards Dannielle Tomas and James

Hard luck to Cork U14s Panel with 3 of our club ladies involved Aimee Morgan, Caoifhion Barry & Alicia Olaniran & manager Chris Roche Vs Kerry in munster championship final …

Well done to Cork Lgfa Panel & mentors & our Club ladies involved Jessica O’Shea & Annie Walsh on their fantastic win over Donegal today  by 1 point in Parnell park in Lidl Division 1 NFL Final this was a remarkable win for Cork Ladies again this year winning their 5 in a row & their 11th title since 2004 in League an incredible achievement, well done from all in Inch Rovers  …

Congratulations & best wishes to all the girls in our club & their Friends who are receiving the sacrament of Communion over the next 4 Saturdays in May in Our Parish & neighbouring parishes , hope ye all have a wonderful day & hope the sun shines for ye too , from all Inch Rovers Committee  ..
HEALTHY CLUBS
Our healthy Clubs Killeagh Gaa , Inch Rovers, Killeagh Camogie & Killeagh Ita’s Schools Poster Competition winners from Killeagh, Inch , Park & Kyle Schools , congrats & well done to you all & all the entrants which was a phenomenal 250 entrants , All posters are on view at killeagh gaa club house
HEALTHY CLUBS PROJECT – Killeagh GAA – Killeagh Camogie – Inch Rovers Ladies Football – Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA
Upcoming Events

1.   *NEW* Couch To 5K starts again Monday May 22nd in Páirc Uí Chinnéide 7.30 p.m. Come along if you are a beginner runner or a lapsed runner. For all ages and abilities – walk, jog or run around the pitch. Bring the kids if you wish.
2.   *NEW* FREE Hatha Yoga with Sinéad ní Chionaola in the Hall in Páirc Uí Chinnéide at 6.00 p.m. on Tuesday 23rd May. Open to all over 12. Bring your own mat. Morning class begins the week after next.
3.   *NEW* Come and look at all the 250 + “How Can We Be Healthy” posters on display in the clubhouse.

OUR ANNUAL CLUB TABLE QUIZ
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY , OUR ANNUAL TABLE QUIZ IS ON FRIDAY 9TH JUNE Kennedys Bar Killeagh  , TABLE OF 4 €40 …PLEASE SHARE & SPREAD THE WORD  , ANYONE WHO CAN HELP OUT WITH SPOT PRIZES PLEASE CONTACT ANY OF COMMITTEE  , THANKS IN ADVANCE ….
THANKS LIDL YOUGHAL
Lidl store manager Youghal Lukasz  Dolezinski presenting €500 shopping voucher to Inch Rovers in their Youghal store sat morning , thanks to Lidl Ireland from all in Inch Rovers  ….
Posted in Inch Rovers News

Midleton Ladies Football News 21/17

Membership is now due for all ages. Please ensure if you have not done so already that you collect a membership form from your Mentor. All girls must be registered to play and train for Insurance reasons.

Training will continue at the Tech pitch for all age groups from 6-9pm. Please note that the side gate is now locked so you may access the pitch by the main entrance to St Colemans School. Drive around to the back of the school and walk up the path to the pitch.
U8 Midleton v St Colemans
On Wednesday evening our U8 girls played their first match of the year. This game was for some of our girls their very first time playing a competitive game. St Colemans were very tough opposition and proved too strong for us. Well done to all of our Midleton girls who tried their very best and this is all we can ask of them.
2017MidletonU8
Posted in Midleton News

U14 Cork County: East Cork Teams Draws

Good luck to all the East Cork teams in the U14 Cork County Championship

U14 A 1/4 Final:

  • Inch Rovers v Bandon
  • Mallow v Glanmire

U14B 1/4 Final:

  • Naomh Abhan v Fermoy
  • Killavullen v Youghal

U14C 1/4 Final:

  • Rockbán v Clonakilty
  • Kilshannig v Cobh

U14D 1/4 Final:

  • Bride Rovers v Douglas
  • Mayfield v Castlehaven

 

 

Posted in Bride Rovers U14, Cobh U14, East Cork Board News, Fermoy U14, Glanmire U14, Inch Rovers U14, Mayfield U14, Rockbán U14, Youghal U14

East Cork U16 A & B League Finals

U16 A League Final: Aghada v Glanmire

  • Date: On or before 19th August.
  • Venue : TBC
  • Time: TBC

    Aghada and Glanmire will represent East Cork in the U16 A County championship.

U16 B League Final: Fermoy v Inch Rovers

  • Date: On or before 19th August.
  • Venue : TBC
  • Time: TBC
    Fermoy and Inch Rovers will represent East Cork in the U16 B County championship.
Posted in Aghada U16, East Cork Board News, Fermoy U16, Glanmire U16, Inch Rovers U16

Bride Rovers Ladies Football News 20/17

Summer Camp 2017
This year the Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club SUMMER CAMP will take place from Monday 24th to Friday 28th July in the afternoons from 2pm to 5pm. The camp is open to all girls from 5 to 13 years old. Application Forms are available from the team secretaries or by contacting Camp Co-Ordinator Valerie Culloty on 086 320 8047 or email vculloty@eircom.net
PLEASE DO NOT BOOK YOUR DAUGHTER IN ONLINE

The camp will be supervised by some of the clubs qualifies young coaches and is sure to be a week of great fun.
The cost of the camp is €55 for the first child, €45 for the 2nd child & €40 for the 3rd. Each girl will receive official Cúl Camp gear which includes a Training Top, A Jersey & A gear bag.
Closing date for applications is 1st June 2017.

Barrys Bar – New sponsor
The club are delighted to announce Barrys Bar as a additional sponsor of the Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club along with SPAR Rathcormac.
Barrys Bar is managed by Liam & Sheila Mannix and have being great supporters of the club over a number of years. If you are planning any party or special occasion talk to Liam or Sheila about hosting your party or event.

Senior Ladies v Inch Rovers
On Monday night last our Seniors travelled to Killeagh to take on Inch Rovers in the Division 1A Football League. With poor weather conditions, it was difficult to play good football. In the first half we played against the strong wind and at half time were only 4 points down. Our goalis & defence played very well in curtailing the Inch Forwards and were well supported by our midfield pairing of Eleanor Ahern & Jennifer Barry. We also created ample opportunities to be closer on the scoreboard too.
However in the second half we failed to take advantage of the wind and a early goal by Inch spurred them on to victory on a scoreline of 3-12 to 1-04.
Team: C.Vaughan, E.Larkin, E.Collins, M.Hartnett, A.O’Riordan, L.Quirke (capt.), N.Barry, E.Ahern, J.Barry, C.Hogan, G.Culloty, J.O’Riordan, T.O’Sullivan, K.Quirke, G.Kearney. Subs used: J.Cahill, E.Roche, E.Culloty, I.Dorgan & K.Connor.
Seniors are out again on this Thursday against St. Vals at 7.30pm in Rathcormac.

Juniors narrowly defeated
On Sunday morning last in Rathcormac our Juniors were narrowly defeated by a highly fancied Banteer side on a scoreline of 3-11 t0 2-09. Playing with the wind in the opening half the Rovers took the game to Banteer and two goals from Imelda Dorgan and Elaine Culloty had the Rovers in front at half time 2-05 to 0-05. However playing against the wind the Rovers defence was now under pressure and despite some brave defending and the excellence of Erin O’Keeffe in goals, Banteer began to get the scores, eventually winning by 3-11 to 2-09.
Team: E.O’Keeffe, C.Hickey, A.O’Riordan, K.Connor, M.Hazelwood, E.O’Keeffe, S.O’Sullivan, T.O’Sullivan, K.Kelleher, E.Roche, L.Pratt, E.Culloty, I.Dorgan, E.Hazelwood & C.Ahern.

On Tuesday last, our U14 ladies football team played at home to Rockban in the semi final of the East Cork League. Rockban took an early lead with two quick goals and from there on in it was always going to be an uphill battle for the home side. To give them their due, Bride Rovers fought extremely hard. They competed strongly for every ball and had great passing moving going forward. The Rockban goalkeeper was under constant pressure and the home side were unlucky not to convert more scores. At the other end of the pitch, our defence and goalkeeper were very strong and worked tirelessly but Rockban notched up the scores and were the winners by a comprehensive margin at the final whistle. Well done to the Bride Rovers panel who numbered an impressive 24 on the day and everyone played a part, giving 100% in terms of spirit and work rate.

On Sunday afternoon, the u14 ladies football team met Mayfield in the East Cork League D final. Both teams had met previously in the league and Bride Rovers had won that encounter by just two points so it was obviously going to be a close match. Playing with the wind in the first half, Bride Rovers took the lead with two early goals from Shauna and additional scores from Leah (1-1) and Caoimhe Barry (1-0) put them ahead by seven points at half time. However, it was going to an uphill battle to maintain this lead as Mayfield now had the wind in the second half. As predicted, they scored three goals in quick succession and there were just two points dividing the sides with twenty minutes to go. For the remainder of the game, the teams traded scores, our scores coming from Ava (1-0), Shauna (0-2), Leah (0-1) and Caoimhe Barry (0-1). At the final whistle, however, Mayfield were the victorious team by a two point margin 6-5 to 5-6. Well done to Bride Rovers who played extremely well but it just wasn’t their day. On the plus side, based on their excellent performance in the league, the team will progress to the County Championships and we wish them all the best in that competition.

Panel: Cliona Edmunds, Alice Murray, Naoise McCarthy, Caoimhe Gubbins, Alanna Broderick, Leah Hallihan, Niamh O’Sullivan, Shauna Hayes, Sarah Morrison, Kate Larkin, Ava Hallihan, Ruby Hicks, Caoimhe Barry, Ciara O’Flynn, Meghan Buckley, Abby Keating, Caoimhe Kielty, Michelle Geaney, Abbie Hoare, Mollie O’Connell, Lili Czabany, Ciara Morrison, Carol Kingston, Ruby Broderick, Lily Murray

Gaelic for Mothers
Our Gaelic for Mothers team are back in action for the new season. Training is held on a Wednesday evening and their will be some blitz’s during the year. This is a great way of having some fun while playing football. You dont need to have played before and is open to all ladies. If you are interested please contact Irene Hogan (087) 6548928 or Meeks Carr (087) 9283587.

Registration Deadline 31st May
The deadline date of 31st May for registration is quickly approaching, if you have not registered yet please do so without delay as after the 31st May you will not be allowed to train or play. Please contact your team secretary / manager to arrange registration.

Exam Mass
Best wishes to all our players who are currently completing their college exams & also getting ready for Junior & Leaving Cert. A special exam mass will take place on Sat. 20th May in Rathcormac church.

LOTTO JACKPOT  AT €11,400.
The Lotto Jackpot on last Tuesday May the 9th  was €11,200.  Tickets cost just €2 each and can be purchased in local business outlets, from club members and online at Locallotto.ie

Club Sponsor
SPAR Rathcormac & Barrys Bar, Sponsors of Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club.
Club website. www.briderovers.com

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @RoversGAA

Posted in Bride Rovers News

U14 League Final Champions & Runners Up

 

U14  A Final:  League Champions: Glanmire;  League Runners Up: Inch Rovers

U14 B Final: League Champions: Youghal; League Runners Up: Fermoy

U14 C Final: League Champions: Cobh;  League Runners Up: Rockbán

U14 D Final: League Champions: Mayfield;  League Runners Up: Bride Rovers

 

 

 

 

Posted in Bride Rovers U14, Cobh U14, East Cork Board News, Fermoy U14, Glanmire U14, Inch Rovers U14, Mayfield U14, Rockbán U14, Youghal U14

Bride Rover Ladies Football News 19/17

Summer Camp 2017
This year the Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club SUMMER CAMP will take place from Monday 24th to Friday 28th July in the afternoons from 2pm to 5pm. The camp is open to all girls from 5 to 13 years old. Application Forms are available from the team secretaries or by contacting Camp Co-Ordinator Valerie Culloty on 086 320 8047 or email vculloty@eircom.net

The camp will be supervised by some of the clubs qualifies young coaches and is sure to be a week of great fun.
The cost of the camp is €55 for the first child, €45 for the 2nd child & €40 for the 3rd. Each girl will receive official Cúl Camp gear which includes a Training Top, A Jersey & A gear bag.
Closing date for applications is 1st June 2017.

Senior Ladies Fixtures
In the coming week the Bride Rovers Senior Ladies Football team will play their 3 remaining league matches.
First up is a game against Fermoy on Friday night at 7.30pm, this game may be played at St Colmans College. Next is an away trip to Inch Rovers on Monday night at 7.30pm in Killeagh and finally a home match against St. Vals on Thursday 18th May at 7.30pm.
Laura Quirke has being appointed captain of the senior Team for 2017 and we wish her & the team every success.

East Cork Championship
In the East Cork Senior Championship our seniors play Inch Rovers in the semi-final with Fermoy playing the winners in the final. In the Junior Championship we have drawn Fermoy B.

Congrats Grace & Cork
What a game the Lidl National Football League Final turned out to be between Cork & Donegal last Sunday. This was an excellent game of football as Cork showed their experience in winning a fifth league title in a row. Well done to Cork & Grace Kearney on their success.

Well Done Brian & Eoin
Well done to Brian & Eoin Roche as they were part of the Cork team that defeated Waterford in the Munster Minor Hurling Championship last week. They now play Tipperary in the Munster Semi-Final in June.

Munster U16 Camogie Champions
Congrats to Sally McCarthy & Aine Keating who were part of the Cork u16 team that won the Munster Camogie Final recently defeating Tipperary.

Cork reach Munster Final
The Cork Senior Camogie team progressed to the Munster Final with a 2-20 to 1-10 win over Clare last Sunday in Castle Road. Jen Barry lined out at midfield for Cork.

Gaelic for Mothers
Our Gaelic for Mothers team are back in action for the new season. Training is held on a Wednesday evening and there will be some blitzes during the year. This is a great way of having some fun while playing football. You don’t need to have played before and it is open to all ladies. If you are interested please contact Irene Hogan (087) 6548928 or Meeks Carr (087) 9283587.

U12 East Cork Football league Bride Rovers 7-9 vs Cloyne 2-2

We played Cloyne in a league game on Saturday morning in Cloyne. For the first 10 minutes Bride Rovers were well on top but failed to convert on the score board.  With some gentle persuasion from the selectors on the side line the play picked up and all scoring opportunities were well availed of.  We finished on a score of 7-9 to 2-2.  Well done to all who travelled , excellent work rate put in by all and especially our resident score keeper Cormac ‘Jimmy McGee’ Barry.

Panel : Ellen Diggin, Rachel Walsh, Nikita Parle, Ava Barry (0-1),Abbie Hoare (2-2),Mai Cosgrove, Lily Murray(2-1), Ciara Morrison(1-2), Sarah Buckey, Ruby Broderick (1-3), Aoife Mc Carty, Ella Barry, Sarah Birmingham (1-0), Emily Finn, Aisling Ni Hart, Eimear Ni Hart, Emma Collins, Katelyn Roddis, Cliona Murphy,
Registration Deadline 31st May
The deadline date of 31st May for registration is quickly approaching, if you have not registered yet please do so without delay as after the 31st May you will not be allowed to train or play. Please contact your team secretary / manager to arrange registration.

Exam Mass
Best wishes to all our players who are currently completing their college exams & also getting ready for Junior & Leaving Cert. A special exam mass will take place on Sat. 20th May in Rathcormac church.

LOTTO JACKPOT  AT €11,200.
The Lotto Jackpot on last Tuesday May the 2nd  was €11,000. The numbers drawn were 4, 27, 28 and 29 and there was no winner on the night. The winners of €30 each were Fr Fachtna O Driscoll, Rome,  Barry Hanrahan c/o LAYA, James Hogan Mondaniel, Catherine O Leary Bridestown and Fergal Kimmins,  Co. Cavan.. The Jackpot for Tuesday May 9th was €11,000. Tickets cost just €2 each and can be purchased in local business outlets, from club members and online at Locallotto.ie The weekly Lotto is the Club’s main source of income and with major developments shortly to get underway fundraising will be high on our agenda. Providing more and better playing and training facilities for all our teams and supporters is our goal.

Main Sponsor
SPAR Rathcormac, Main Sponsor of Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club.
Club website. www.briderovers.com
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @RoversGAA

Posted in Bride Rovers News

Midleton Ladies Football News 19/17

Well done to everyone on Team Midleton Gaa who took park in the Darkness into Light Walk on Saturday morning. What a fantastic turnout it was for such a worthy cause.
Training for all age groups continues at the Tech pitch.
Well done to Orlagh Farmer and the Cork Ladies Football Team who are once again Division League Winners. It was a very close contest but the Cork Ladies came out in top.
Result was Cork 2-15, Donegal 2-14

Posted in Midleton News

Cork Ladies’ Football Senior Team (Sponsored by SuperValu) are Lidl National league champions 2017

Cork 2-15 Donegal 2-14

 

Cork ladies’ football senior team  retained their Lidl national league title for the 5th year in a row and nine seasons out of the last ten with a one point victory over Donegal in a game played in Parnell Park on Sunday afternoon last,

This was a superb game of fast free open football and a tremendous advertisement for the ladies game. Cork ace and player of the match Orla Finn opened the scoring with a great goal in the opening 20 seconds and she would go on to score ten points nine from frees.

Despite conceding this goal the Northern side fought back to take to lead but were dealt another blow when Emer Scally goaled in the 23rd minute to see the Lee side Ladies lead at the interval 2-08 to 1-09.

The second half saw more of the same with both sides forging ahead only to be pulled back by the opposition. In fact the sides were level on six concisions and it was all in the melting pot right until the end when Finn landed two lovely points to see them over the line again. Cork will now prepare for the Munster and All Ireland series which starts in a few weeks time.

Well done to all concerned but a special congrats to all the East Cork Ladies R Phelan (Aghada), A Hutchings & S Moore (Fermoy), J O Shea & A Walsh (Inch Rovers) O Farmer (Midleton) Grace Kearney (Bride Rovers)

Posted in East Cork Board News

Munster U 14 Ladies’ Football Final

No Joy for Cork U 14 Girls in Munster Ladies’ Football Final

 

Kerry 1-12 Cork 0-08

 

Kerry retained their U 14 ladies Football Munster crown with a comfortable win over Cork in the final played in a sun drenched Mallow on Sunday last. The girls from the Kingdom started strongly and raced into a 4 points to one lead after only six minutes but slowly and surely the Cork girls got well into the game. Unfortunately, Cork squandered many scoreable chances and failure to take points in the first half would prove very costly. They were also very unlucky as they hit the crossbar and uprights on several occasion and it would not have taken much to swing this tie. As it was Kerry led by 2 at the break 7 points to 5.

The second period started at a hectic pace with the Kerry center field pairing playing out of their skins and giving some lovely ball to the forward line. The Cork backs did some fine work holding the opposition at bay but Corks failure to score during this first period of the second half again did not help their cause. Kerry were 5 points up before Cork started the come back with a point in the 51st minute and the young rebeletts put up a brave performance narrowing the gap just to 3 points and once again were denied by the woodwork. Kerry backs led by player of the match Lily O’ Brien were outstanding during this period and Cork try as they might could not get through for the goal they so desperately needed.

This game had a considerable number of stoppages and it was during added on time that Kerry put daylight between the sides with a great goal and some well taken points to run out easy and deserving victors on a scoreline 1-12 to 0-08

After the presentation of the cup the Kerry manager led his team to shake hands with every member of the Cork squad in a wonderful display of sportsmanship

 

East Cork were represented by Alicia Olaniran, Amiee Morgan &  Caoilfhionn Barry – Inch Rovers, Caragh Burns,  Gaby Cashman & Orlaith Roche – Glanmire , Kaiah Bulman – Youghal, Rachel Leahy – Aghada & Robyn Griffin – Mayfield Management: Chris Roche (Inch Rovers).

 

The U 14 panel will compete next Saturday in the All Ireland U 14 Blitz in Portlaoise

 

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Posted in East Cork Board News