Best of luck to Grace and Laura and the Cork Minor Ladies who play Dublin in the all Ireland Minor A Championship Final at Pearse Park, Longford on Monday the 1st of August, 2016 at 4.45 p.m.

Summer Camp
Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club Summer Camp commenced on Monday last with a record 64 girls taking part. Check out next weeks issue for photographs.
Many thanks to camp co-ordinators Claire O’Flynn & Irene Hogan for a super job and all the coaches.

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 book your place contact Liam Barry 087 6893829 or contact your team secretary before Tuesday 9th August.

Cork Intermediate Camogie
Cork Intermediate camogie team captained by Jen Barry maintained their unbeaten record in the Group stages of the All-Ireland when recording a 0-16 to 0-09 win over Galway last Saturday in Loughrea. Cork have Down in their last game on the 6th August but at this stage are safely through to the semi-finals.

Clothes Collection

Many thanks to everyone for their continued support of our monthly clothes collection.
The clothes go to the National Council for the blind who sort the clothes in their depot in Kildare before distributing the stock among their many stores around the country. So your old clothes, handbags, shoes are benefiting both the Bride Rovers Club and also the National Council for the Blind.
Next clothes collection Friday the 5th of August, 2016 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. at Rathcormac Community Hall (garage to rear).

Church Gate Collection

Our annual church gate collection will take place in Rathcormac & Bartlemy on the weekend of the 13th & 14th August. If you are available to help out please let the club officers know.

Rathcormac Mud Challenge

On Friday night last at the Rathcormac Inn, the Coolnakilla Harriers launched their 2016 Mud Challenge, this will take place on the 10th September. The CUH Childrens Ward and the Bartlemy & Rathcormac NS Parents associations are the benefactors of this years event, so go ahead a register now online for what promises to be a fun challenge.

On Thursday evening, the under 15 camogie team lined out against Castlelyons for their third game of the Imokilly Summoner League. True to form, Bride Rovers played exceptionally well at every position and won by a very comfortable margin. Their passing, marking, fielding and accuracy were outstanding and proved too strong for the opposition. In fairness to Castlelyons, they never gave up trying and put in a spirited effort throughout the game. Bride Rovers now advance to the semi final which will be played within the next two weeks.

Panel: Rachel O’Flynn, Grace Dorgan, Chloe Murphy, Amy Kennedy, Fiona Barry, Shauna Hayes, Aine Keating, Caoimhe Hazelwood, Sally McCarthy, Rebecca Walsh, Katie Quirke, Ciara O’Flynn, Anna Murray, Ella Quinlan, Sarah Murphy,Caoimhe O’Sullivan, Alanna Broderick, Abby Keating, Alice Murray.

Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club sponsored by Spar Rathcormac

Grace Culloty & Laura Quirke
Grace Culloty & Laura Quirke