East Cork Ladies’ Football Weekend Round up
U 16”B” Championship Final
Well done to Inch Rovers and Rockbán U 16 girls who must meet again after a great final played in White church on Saturday last .Scores galore with end to end thrilling and exciting football played by two great teams who really wanted to end the year on a high. Rockbán were well ahead on two occasions but Inch came back to level and took the lead with only minutes to go but the Rockbán ladies equalised to bring this one to a replay.
U 14 “D” Championship Final
St Colman’s U 14 girls were just too strong for Fermoy B in the final of the U 14 “D” East Cork championship played in beautiful conditions in Shanagarry on Saturday last. St Colman’s scored some superb points from all angles in the opening quarter. In fact they laid siege on the Fermoy goal and were it not for some marvellous goal keeping and super tenacious play from all of the Fermoy backs Colman’s would have been out of sight in the first period. As it was St Colman’s depth of talent was just too strong for the second U 14 team from Fermoy and eventually ran out easy winners. Well done to all the players from both teams who played the game in a wonderful spirit.
So St Colman’s end the year in fine form capturing two East Cork titles in two weeks
U 12 “D” Championship Final
Carrigtwohill came out on top against Glanmire B to take the U 12 “D” championship title played on Sunday afternoon in Glanmire. Both clubs have done well this year and look forward to 2016
Minor “D” Final
Knocknagree proved too strong for Erin’s Own in the Minor “D” county final in a game played in Kilmichael on Saturday last.
Minor “C” Semi Final
Valley Rovers booked their place in the county Minor “C” final when they defeated East Cork representatives Fermoy “B” in a game played in Ballincollig on Friday evening they will now meet Beara in the final after the west Cork team easily accounted for Rockbán in the other semi final.
Minor “A” County semi final
In the all East Cork Minor “A” county semi final Aghada came out on top against Fermoy on Sunday night in Rostellan. This game never lived up to expectations as Fermoy were missing a number of key players through injury but that is not to take from a very good fluid performance from the Aghada Ladies who now go on to contest their first “A” grade Minor final against the reigning county champions Eire Óg in a few weeks time and venue TBA.
Aghada and Fermoy will then meet again in the East Cork “A” Minor championship final to bring the curtain down on a long year.
The AGM of the East Cork Ladies Football Board will take place on Wednesday November 25th in Carrigtwohill community hall at 8 pm.