The Cork U16 management intend to hold trials as soon as restrictions allow.
All players born in 2005 or 2006 are welcome to attend. There are no restrictions on the amount of players that may attend from each club as the Cork U16 management would like to see as many players as possible.
Parents or Guardians of players interested in attending should text Cork U16 Manager Denis Mulvihill on 087-2932652 with the following details
1. Players Name
3. Year of Birth
4. Preferred Position
5. Parent/Guardian Contact Number
Trial dates will be announced once clearance is given by the LGFA.
The U16 girls finished off their 2020 league campaign with a hard victory against a spirited Watergrasshill outfit played in sunny Glenville Monday 21st September. This was our final round game with the girls winning all their 5 rounds.
WGH started at a blistering pace and it wasn’t until after the water break that our girls were able to come to terms with them. Our cause was not helped after the forced withdrawal of Rachel Quirke who suffered a broken finger after contesting a high ball on resumption of play after the water break. The girls rolled up their sleeves and got down to work and in the last period of the first half took control of the game and went in at the break 3 points up 1:6 to 1:3. Midleton had the advantage of playing down the hill in the second half and we were able to move the ball faster. The backline brought the shutters down on the WHG girls and allowed them very little shots on goal, forcing them to kick wide, while our forwards on the other end did the business and came through on a final score of 5:08 to 2:03. This was a very enjoyable game to watch with both teams giving it their best, but we were that bit stronger on the night. That brings down the curtain on 2020 where the U16 team is concerned but we still have some U18 games to play where some of these girls will be involved. As strange as this year is, we had a great few month with some fantastic performances. Well done girls. Training however will continue every Monday and Thursday.
Team: Kate Saunderson, Mia Tarrant (1:1), Emma O’Sullivan, Jade Fitzgerald, Rachel Ryan (1:1), Lily Kelly, Elle McManus, Isabelle Nester (1:0), Aoife Fitzgerald (2:0), Grainne Finn, Amy Murray, Rachel Quirke (0:3), Seana O’Brien, Sophie McCarthy, Aoife Mulcahy, Aisling McCarthy, Elsa Ryan, Selena O’Riordan (0:3), Kelly Quirke.
U16 v Watergrasshill
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon last, we travelled in great numbers to take on Aghada in our next league game. Midleton were on the scoreboard early which helped to settle the girls well. Great teamwork and calling for the ball ensured that it was spread evenly across the pitch and every girl worked hard to compete for the ball. The rolling on and off of all girls meant they got to play in various positions during the game. Final score was Midleton 4-03 Aghada 1-02. Thank you to Aghada for a great game. Next up for this group is a match v Inch Rovers. Good Luck girls.
(Orlaith Corby is missing from the team photo as she had to leave early to attend another game !)
Last Sunday Bride Rovers welcomed Kilworth to Pairc na Bride for their third match of the year,All the parents who could attend were treated to both an afternoon in the sun and a great match.The skills being displayed on the pitch from both teams matched the sun overhead, blistering ! As the referee called for the first water break manager Joyce rang the changes to ensure all the girls got time on the pitch, a quick chat and away the girls went for another quarter which literally flew by.The short whistle allowed both teams to catch their breath and cool down a little, before both teams swapped ends;more changes were made, with girls being moved into different positions to allow them to practice theirskills in different waysThe second half was a reflection of the first, all the girls working hard for each other, both attackingand defending, getting ever more confident in their own abilities.As the referee signaled the second water break, Joyce signaled the changes, making sure everyone played, and in various positions; from the restart to the final whistle the attitude remained the same fromthe girls, working hard for each other, regardless what position they found themselves in.Thanks to all the parents who could attend for all their support and encouragement, and to the girls, Holly, Mikayla, Alicia, Chloe, Sophie, Sadhbh, Ruby, Kendra, Kayleigh, Kate, Jasmine, Gabrielle, Ellie, Ella, Caoimhe and Brid
Hard luck to our Junior camogie panel who lost out on a county Junior B Final position to Castlelyons on Saturday last. This is not the end for our Junior camogie team however as they compete in the Junior B league for 2020 in the coming weeks,
Best wishes to all of U6 camogie girls who have their first match against St Catherines in our Astro Pitch in Rathcormac on Saturday 26th Sept at 11:15am. There will be no football training Saturday morning.
Thanks to all who contributed to our fundraiser and to those who collected money and filled sponsorship cards. This has been a vital fundraiser for our Ladies club and many thanks to all who helped out in any way.
Senior Ladies Football Championship:
Our next fixture is against Kinsale away in Kinsale on Saturday 8th August. Time TBC.
Junior Ladies Camogie Championship:
Well done to our Junior Ladies Camogie team who defeated Newcestown on Bank holiday Monday last. Thanks to all who travelled down on the night and well done girls
U12 Ladies Football:
Our U12 girls played their first football game of the year against Glanmire as the curtain raiser to the Senior ladies opening championship game on Saturday last. Both teams played some lovely football with defences on top and when scores hard to come by. Big thanks to Glanmire for travelling down and well done to all our girls on the night.
Check out the East Cork Instagram page for photos @eastcorklgf
On Saturday morning last, our u7S & u8s had an internal football and camogie blitz in glorious weather in Pynes pitch. 36 girls participated, showing great skills and huge improvement from their work at trainings and at home. We also had 8 girls taking up the goalkeeping positions, giving an exhibition on the day. Well done girls! Huge thanks to Paul Radley for providing goody bags for all teams and to all who helped out in any way on the day. Training continues Monday’s at 6.30pm and Saturdays at 11.15am. If any girls that would like to join that were born in 2012 or 2013 are more than welcome. Contact any Bride Rovers Ladies Club officer/mentor for more information.
Senior Ladies Football Championship 2020:
Our Senior Ladies football team kicked off their 2020 season on a winning note defeating St Vals in Rathcormac on Friday last on a score line of 4.9 to 2.11.Our ladies fought hard and came out deserving winners against a strong St Vals team. Well done to all on the night on a great win. Our next fixture is the weekend of the 8th August away to Kinsale.
Guess the Score fundraiser:
Bride Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie club are hosting a ‘Guess the Score’ fundraiser for the Cork Senior Hurling Championship fixture between Bride Rovers and Ballymartle on Saturday the 1st of August 2020 at 5pm. €2 per line and sponsorship cards are available from team mentors or contact 087 2986625. First prize €100. Cards have been distributed to all players and mentors. This is a very important fundraiser for the club. All proceedings go toward the running of the club and unfortunately, Bride Rovers Ladies club have been forced to cancel our annual Bag Pack and Street Collections so all support from this fundraiser is vital. Please support if possible. Please return cards/money raised to your mentors/club officers before Friday 31.07.20. Thanks to all those who have already returned cards and for your support in this fundraiser. NOTE: All cards must be returned before the match – committee decision is final.
Our U14 girls played Kilworth in an exciting challenge game last Thursday evening coming out on top by 1 point in what was a fantastic game of camogie by both teams. Well done to all involved on the night.