CORK INTERMEDIATE CAMOGIE
Cork will play Down in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship Final on Sunday September 9th at 2pm in Croke Park. Best of luck to our own Jenny Barry who will represent club and county on Sunday. All the best Jen.
RATHCORMAC 4 MILE ROAD RACE
Congrats again to the all who took part in the very successful Rathcormac 4 mile and of course to our sponsors for their continued support which is much appreciated.
Last weekend the Bride Rovers U10 camogie team travelled to Castlelyons to participate in what was the girls first camogie blitz, they were placed in a group with Whites Cross, Watergrasshill and Carrigtwohill. All three games were played in the best possible spirit, and indeed, weather. Our first game was against Whites Cross, the girls were by no means overawed by the occasion and quickly settled into what was a great game and a great result, with 5 minutes between games there was little time to reflect before we played Watergrasshill in our second game, the girls turned in another great display with another great result, then onto our final game of the day against Carraigtwohill where the girls hard work and skills again shone through to finish out a great days camogie.
Huge thanks to Castlelyons for inviting us to attend the blitz, to our mentors, to all those who came to support and encourage the girls, and of course to the young ladies themselves who, all having played in a variety of positions during the day, put on a great display of hard work and skills, Squad, Ruby Mohally, Sadhbh McDonagh, Ellie Johnson, Julianne Barry, Ella Collins, Brooke Noctor, Sophie Kearney, Abbey Hicks, Bríd Delaney, Kate Foley, Kayleigh Bermingham, Caoimhe Quinlan, Lily Hicks, Monica Barry, Éadaoin Delaney
U16 Girls Football
We played Bishopstown on Thursday the 30thin Bishopstown under lights. The city side hit the ground running and were 2-2 to no score up after 8 minutes. It took us about 15 minutes to settle but with some very strong work from the backs and midfield we began to get back into the game. We were behind 1-3 to 4-2 at half time. With a real emphasis on work rate and support play at half time, our girls started to become more involved in the game and get a grip with some very fast girls from Bishopstown. Some fine work and scores from the forwards brought the girls within 5 points of Bishopstown with about 10 minutes remaining. However we were never able to close the gap and the final score was Bride Rovers 6-7 to Bishopstown 8-8. Even though we were disappointed with the result it has to be said the girls were exceptional and should be proud on how they closed the gap and played so well.
Well done girls.
Team: Cliona, Alanna, ,Alice,Caoimhe K, Nodhlaig Chloe,Caoimhe O S, Rebecca, Caoimhe H, Sarah,Shauna ,Leah, Abby, Ella Sophie ,Carol, Naoise,Niamh,Caoimhe G, Amy, Ava, Caoimhe B.
CLOTHES BAGS & SHOES COLLECTION
Next Clothes, Bags, Shoes Collection Friday 7th September 2018 at Rathcormac Community Centre 7.30 pm to 8.00 p.m. (garage to rear). This is a massive fundraiser for the club so bring on your old clothes, shoes, bags. “IF IN DOUBT CHUCK IT OUT”.
Registration Forms available from all trainers – please ensure your child is registered. If your’re not registered you are not covered to train or play.
Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club proudly sponsored by Spar Rathcormac and Barry’s Bar Rathcormac.
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