East Cork Ladies’ Football Development Notice

Under 13 East Cork (Imokilly) Development

Under 13 East Cork Development will take place in Killeagh GAA grounds on Wednesday next August 17th from 7pm to 8 45pm
Please be there by 645pm
Further information Please Call Chris 0866056365


U 15 East Cork (Imokilly) Development

U 15 East Cork Development Monday next August 15th in Glen Rovers GAA grounds 6 30 to 8 30 pm
Please be there by 6 15
Further information Please call Tony 0877501207


Due to circumstances beyond our control The East Cork Ladies Football Web Site will have no updates for the next 10 days
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East Cork Junior “B” Final Replay Tonight In Castlelyons 7 30 pm

East Cork Ladies Football Junior “B” Final Replay Tonight in Castlelyons @7 30

The East Cork Ladies Football Junior “B” Final replay between Fermoy and Midleton will take place tonight Friday August 12th in castlelyons GAA grounds at 7 30pm
please follow the link for the match programme
Best of Luck to both teams

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/29135923/ECB/JunB_FinalReplay_16.pdf

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Lisgoold / Leamlara Ladies’ Football Notes August 16


Lisgoold / Leamlara Ladies Football Club News: 12/08/12


U8

This week our U8 girls took on neighbours Carrigtwohill in the East Cork League. Both teams were evenly matched resulting in a good game. Our U8 girls are improving all the time and are looking forward to taking part in the Munster Go Games Blitz in Fermoy on Saturday August 27th.

U10
Our U10 girls had a busy week this week playing two games. The first game took place on Monday evening vs Midleton in Midleton Gaa. A great team performance from our girls. FT Score Lisgoold/Leamlara 4-3 to Midleton 2-1. Scorers (Lainey 3-1, Aimee 1-0, Gemma 0-1) The second game saw us travel to St Nicks on Thursday evening. Building on the momentum of Monday night’s win we came out on top with a score line of 3-4 to 1-5. (Scorers Lainey 2-1, Aimee 1-1, Lillie 0-2). Panel (Lillie, Aimee, Kate A, Kate N, Shona, Megan, Orlagh, Clodagh, Sarah, Carol, Sophie, Abbey O D, Abbey O S, Lainey, Molly, Lucy, Ava, Gemma, Erika, Lilly, Caoimhe. Our U10 girls will also be taking part in the Munster Go Games Blitz in Fermoy on Saturday August 27th.

U12

Our U12 girls have qualified for the U12 East Cork League Semi Final vs Inch Rovers. This will take place on Sunday 14th August at 6pm in Killeagh. Please Support.
Congratulations to Sarfields Camogie especially club members Eilish Hegarty and Holly Carroll who won U12a League. Well done girls.

U14
A number of our U14 girls are taking part in the East Cork U13/U15 Development Training which is currently running at the moment. We are also delighted to have club members Nicola Nagle and Caoilinn Hickey making up part of the U13 coaching team.

U16

Emma Murphy and Julianne Stack will be competing for Carrigtwohill in the U16 East Cork League Final vs Youghal in Youghal on Sunday 14that 6pm. Best of luck to the girls and the team. Please Support

Junior Ladies
In recent weeks due to a number of injuries and work commitments we have found it increasingly different to field a team. This has led to the tough decision of having to withdraw from County Championship. We hope to hold our Junior 7s competition in October to help us end the season on a positive note.

Senior Championship.
Commiserations to Leanne Woods and Imokilly who were beaten by a strong West Cork Team in the Senior Championship. Congratulations to both Leanne and Caoilinn on making the Imokilly panel. Unfortunately, Caoilinn missed game through injury.

Summer Camps
A number of our girls took part in the Cork Ladies Football Summer camp this week which was held in Midleton Gaa. The camp ran from Monday to Thursday and was led by Cork Senior Player Orlagh Farmer and other Cork Stars. Our girls had a fantastic time and learned a great deal at the camp which no doubt will help them progress further. We would like to thank Cork Lgfa, Orlagh, her fellow players/coaches and also Midleton Gaa for hosting the camp.

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Lisgoold/ Leamlara Girls who attended the Cork Ladies Football Summer Camp in Midleton this week.

Lisgoold/ Leamlara Girls who attended the Cork Ladies Football Summer Camp in Midleton this week.

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Cork Ladies’ Football Summer Camp In Midleton A Great Success

Cork Ladies Football Summer Camp in Midleton

Well done and thanks to Orlagh Farmer and her team for a tremendous week of football and fun in Midleton.
The weather was perfect and nearly 100 girls from all over East Cork including Aghada, Carrigtwohill, Lisgoold, Midleton, St Colman’s, Inch Rovers and a large group from St Nicks turned out . Working with Orlagh were other members of the Cork senior and minor squads and all the girls were delighted to get to know the stars of Cork Ladies football. Thanks to Hurleys Supervalu Midleton for sponsoring water and treats for the girls.
On Thursday Laura Cleary and other members of the Victorious Cork minor team brought the All Ireland Cup and this also went down a treat.
At the end of the 4 day camp a Cork Jersey was presented to every girl and with Cork senior ladies playing well who would bet against them to reach the All Ireland Final again this year

Next Monday the last of the Cork Ladies ‘ Football Camps will be held in Fermoy so if you missed this week of if you wish to go again no problem be in Fermoy GAA Pitch on Monday at 10am

Next Monday the last of the Cork Ladies ‘ Football Camps will be held in Fermoy so if you missed this week of if you wish to go again no problem be in Fermoy GAA Pitch on Monday at 10am

 

Posted in Aghada News, Carrigtwohill News, Eirns Own News, Inch Rovers News, Lisgoold News, Midleton News, St. Colmans News

Cork Ladies’ Football Minor Team Visit City Hall


Cork Minor Ladies Football Team Visit Cork’s Lord Mayor

Following their All Ireland victory in the Minor Ladies Football championship the victorious Cork team were awarded a civic reception by the Lord Mayor of Cork Councillor Des Cahill in his chambers at the Cork City Hall during the week. The Lord Mayor who is well known as a great follower of all sports in Cork praised the girls for their outstanding achievement in both winning the Munster title and retaining the All Ireland Crown. It was the tenth time a Cork Ladies Football Minor team had won the All Ireland and he said he felt sure many of the girls would go on to join the senior Ladies team in the near future.
John Cleary manager thanked the Lord Mayor and said it had been a long and hard road and the team had a share of good fortune over the season as they had defeated some very good sides by the narrowest of margins. Barry Moran Cork Ladies Football registrar spoke on behalf of the Cork County Ladies Football board and thanked the Lord Mayor for his invitation and said as far as he knew it was the first time a Ladies football minor team had received such an honour and the girls would look back in years to come and cherish the memories as well as the All Ireland medal. He thanked Travel Republic.I.E for their wonderful sponsorship and said the financial backing was a vital part of the success finally he thanked John Cleary, the management team and in particular Theresa Meaney for looking after the girls so well.
The Lord Mayor presented the girls with a memento of the occasion all the girls then signed the visitor’s book in the Lord Mayors office.
Afterwards the team travelled to Bantry for a reception stopping in Bandon and Drimoleague on the way. On the approach road to Bantry bonfires awaited the team and after a parade through the town the team was introduced to the large crowd by Captain Laura Cleary and Bantry star Emma Spillane.
Later in the week the team were awarded the Southside and District sports award for August.

 

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Carrigtwohill Ladies’Football Notes Week 31

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Club are proudly sponsored by Fota Island Resort.

Match Reports

Cork County Junior C Championship:
Congrats to our junior team on their win over Youghal last Sunday on a scoreline of 3-11 to 3-9.

Scorers: Kayla O’Riordan ( 2-3), Rachel Sheehan (1-2), Eimear Griffin (0-3 ), Hannah Kierns (0-1), Aisling Crowley (0-1), Rachel Daly (0-1).

Fixtures:
ECB U16 League Final v Youghal in Youghal on Sunday 14th August @ 6pm.

Cúl Camp
Our thanks to the Carrigtwohill Juvenile GAA club on organising a brilliant Cúl Camp this year. All the girls brilliant time.


U12 dual players playing in Semple Stadium.

Some of the U12 dual players are playing at half time in the All-Ireland Camogie Semi final between Cork and Wexford in Semple stadium. Great honor for village. Enjoy the day and the occasion.

Training:

Fé 8 : Training from 6-7 pm on Wednesday in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.

Fé 10: Training from 6-7 pm on Wednesday in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.
Fé 12: Training from 6-7 pm on Friday in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.

Fé 14 : Training from 6-7 pm on Thursday in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.

Fé 16: Training from 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm on Mondays in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.
Minor: Training from 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm on Mondays in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.
Junior : Training from 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm on Mondays in the GAA pitch.Gum shields required.

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Bride Rovers Ladies’ Football Notes

Senior Ladies defeat Fermoy

On Sunday evening last at windswept Paire Na Bríde, a display of pure guts and determination saw our Senior Ladies defeat Fermoy in the Cork County Senior Football Championship on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-11.

This game had all the ingredients of a Championship game, two local rivals, two fully committed teams, a great crowd and a tense and exciting game where the winners were not known til the final few nail-biting minutes.

Bride Rovers played with the wind in the first half but it was Fermoy who were first to score, a Grace Culloty pointed free followed by a point from play had the Rovers in front. A point from Abbie Scannell had the teams level again. Sinead Walsh restored the Rovers lead with a pointed free and minutes later Grace Kearney hammered the ball to the Fermoy net. A brace of points from Aisling Hutchings reduced the deficit before Grace Kearney added another point.
Another point from Sinead Walsh had the Rovers ahead but a goal from Fermoy reduced the deficit to a single point. Rovers opened up a three point lead again but by half time only the minimum was between the sides, Bride Rovers 1-08 Fermoy 1-07.

After playing with a strong wind, a one point lead did not seem to be enough. Fermoy equalised at the start of the second half but Rovers were soon in front again. It was tit-for-tat as both teams swapped points and the lead as well. With the scores level at 1-11 a piece entering the final few minutes.

And in those final minutes, our captain Grace Kearney surged through the Fermoy defence and won a free, up stood 15 year old Katie Quirke, making her debut in senior championship, and cooly slotted the ball over the bar to put the Rovers in front by a point entering time added on. From the resultant Fermoy kickout, the ever impressive Grace Culloty snatched onto the ball and headed straight for the Fermoy goal and with confidence buried the ball to the Fermoy net to complete the scoring and a fine victory for the Rovers girls.

It was real backs to the wall stuff in the second half, our defensive sextet of Evelyn, Arlene, Emma, Michelle, Laura & Niamh were outstanding in the second half, ably assisted by Colette Hogan who was playing as a sweeper. In midfield Jennifer Barry & Eleanor Ahern carried the ball well into attack, Jennifer herself scoring two fine points in the second half. Mary Hazelwood & Grace kearney worked tirelessly in winning ball and feeding the inside forwards. The inside trio of Grace Culloty, Katie Quirke & Sinead Walsh done everything from winning ball, winning frees and scoring those crucial points and goals to help us to a 4 point win.

Team: Catriona Vaughan, Evelyn Collins, Arlene O’Callaghan, Emma O’Keeffe, Eleanor Ahern, Laura Quirke, Niamh Barry, Trish O’Sullivan, Jennifer Barry, Mary Hazelwood, Grace Kearney, Colette Hogan, Grace Culloty, Katie Quirke, Sinead Walsh. Sub used Michelle Hartnett. Other members of the panel were Eimear Knightly, Sarah Murphy, Katie Connor, Aoife O’Riordan, Emma Barry, Andrea Quinn, Laura Pratt.


U12 Camogie Team in Croke Park

Our U12 Camogie team travelled to Croke Park on Monday to playing in a blitz on the most famous GAA Stadium in the world.
The girls got to play games against Causeway (Kerry), Letterkenny (Donegal) and Dungannon (Tyrone). A great day out was had by all the players and hopefully we will see them play there again in the future with Cork.

Back L-R: Caoimhe Barry, Michelle Geaney, Abbie Keating, Naoise McCarthy, Abbie Hoare, Leah Hallihan, Kate Larkin
Front L-R: Rachel Walsh, Aoife McCarthy, Ruby Hicks, Abbie O’Connell, Ava Barry, Nikita Parle & Una Nagle

Cork Camogie v Wexford
Best Wishes to Jen barry & the Cork Senior Camogie team as they take on Wexford in the All-Ireland semi-final on Saturday at 2pm in Thurles.

Coaching Course
Bride Rovers ladies Football club will hold a coaching course on Friday 19th august in the GAA Pitch from 7pm til 9.30pm with Nora Aherne. This course should be of interest to both coaches and parents and will give people the confidence to get involved in coaching. Everyone is welcome. To reserve a place please contact club secretary Meeks Carr 087 9283587 or email brideroversladies@hotmail.com

Cork Ladies Football Summer Camp
Cork Ladies Football Summer Development Camp will take place from 15th to 18th August in Fermoy.
Coaching will be by Cork Senior & Minor Players.
The Camp will run for 4 days from 10am to 2pm and is For registered players from U8 to U16.
Cost €30 for 1, €50 for 2 & €70 for 3.
Each player will get a Supervalu Cork Jersey at end of camp.
To register, go to Fermoy GAA grounds on Monday morning at 10am.


Church Gate Collection

Our annual church gate collection will take place in Rathcormac & Bartlemy on the weekend of the 13th & 14th August.

Next Clothes Collection on Friday the 2nd of September, 2016 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. at Rathcormac Community Centre (garage to rear).

Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie Club sponsored by Spar Rathcormac

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Bride Rovers U12 Camogie Team who played in  Croke Park.

Bride Rovers U12 Camogie Team who played in Croke Park.

Bride Rovers Senior Team

Bride Rovers Senior Team

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East Cork Ladies’ Football (Imokilly) U 15 and U 13 Development Notice

East Cork Ladies Football (Imokilly) Development

U 15 Development

East Cork U 15 Development Session will take place

TONIGHT Monday August 8th

At Glen Rovers GAA Grounds
Between 6 30pm and 8 30pm
Girls are asked to arrive at least 20 minutes before time please
Please bring Gum shield and water
Parking is provided across the road

U 13 Development Girls born 2003/2004

The next session will take place on
Wednesday night August 10th
In Mayfield GAA grounds
New pitches across the road
6 30 pm to 7 45 pm
Please Arrive 15 minutes before time
Please bring Gum shield and water

Please Note
Wednesday night will be the last night for registrations

If you have not already registered and still wish to register for U 13 but cannot attend on Wednesday please contact 0866056365

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Cork Ladies Football Senior Championship Round 2 Imokilly v West Cork

East Cork Ladies’ Football Senior Team (Imokilly) Bow out of senior county championship

Senior Championship Round 2 West Cork Ladies 3 22 East Cork Ladies (Imokilly) 0-09

The senior ladies from East Cork (Imokilly) were comprehensibly beaten by a strong, well drilled West Cork outfit at Sam Maguire Park in Dunmanway on Sunday evening. The West Cork girls had a nice blend of youth and experience including six members of the Cork All Ireland Minor team as well as three Cork seniors on their starting fifteen. Imokilly also had four Cork Minors and Three Cork seniors but unfortunately had several players out of action through injury so it was always going to be a tough ask.
From the outset the West Cork girls set down a marker scoring three goals two from the boot of ace forward Sadhbh O Leary and five points in the first fourteen minutes and try as Imokilly might they could not make any impression trailing at the break by 3-09 to 0-04.
Imokilly to their credit did not give up and played some fine football in the second period against the wind but on the night there was just no stopping the ladies from West Cork as they went on to amass a total of 3-22 to 0-09 By virtue of this win and as they also defeated North Cork the West Cork Ladies now go into the quarter finals of the County senior Championship
Well done and many thanks to all the girls from Imokilly who trained, travelled and gave of their all for their division Thanks also to Mike Hannon and all the selectors for all their time and efforts through out the season Congrats to West Cork and many thanks to those who provided a welcome cup of tea and a sandwich for all after the game.

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Midleton Ladies’Football Notes w/e 7-8-16

Training
Training continues at Midleton Rugby Club for all age groups. U8’s will return on Monday Aug 15th at 6.30pm while the U10’s and all other groups are training from 7-8pm.
Summer Camp
Cork Ladies’ Football summer camp starts tomorrow Monday in the main GAA field at 10am coordinator is Orlagh Farmer

Keep up to date will all that’s happening on our Face book page.

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