Please support our senior ladies next Sunday the 22nd of September, 2019 in Ballyhooley at 3.00 p.m. when they play Fermoy in the Senior B Championship semi final.

Our U8 camogie team played Sars in fantastic conditions in Rathcormac last weekend. We had 32 players broken into 3 teams, each team playing 3 games, so all the girls got extended game time. 
The commitment from players both clubs was excellent. Thanks to Sars for traveling for the games & to our refs Caoimhe and Conor Hazelwood. 

Ladies U16 East Cork Championship

On Monday 16th we togged out against our near neighbours  Fermoy B in what promised to be a tough 1st round championship game – it was a hard fought physical game and Fermoy put it up to us for every score we secured. With our max of 5 subs brought on, We were finally victorious on a score of 3-18 to 2-04. We have a lot of work to do before our next round against Watergrasshill on the weekend of Sept 29th so see you all at training !!
Again, Well done girls & thanks to all the dedicated supporters.Also , Best of luck to our team mate Sarah Morrison traveling to Italy this week to represent our country in an international surf life saving competition.

Our u12 girls travelled to Ballinora last Friday evening to take on the home side in our 2nd game in the county. On the night our girls performed brilliant and gave it all that they could but just could not break down a resolute Ballinora defence. In the end losing out on a scoreline of 6.8 to 1.5 Training continues Tuesday evening and our next game is against St Colums this coming Saturday in Ballinora at 4.00 

Bride Rovers travelled to Watergrasshill last saturday to partake in their camogie blitz.17 girls togged out for Bride Rovers which was a superb turn out and showed the undoubtedenjoyment the girls are getting from the game.We played three games against St Catherines, Erins Own and Watergrasshill, and not only did the sun shine on the day, the girls shone too.The mentor group broke the girls into two separate groups, with each group playing one half of each match in an effort to ensure that all the girls played in every match and playedin more than one positionAs well as another notable increase in the girls skill levels in whatever position on the pitchthey found themselves, it was also great to see the girls developing their teamwork andgamecraft with girls supporting each other in attack and covering each other in defense.

Our minor girls lost their match again Glanmire last Friday but have qualified for the B East Cork League Final and also the B County Championship.
We at Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club wish Canon Leamy the very best in his new post in Mitchelstown.

Next fundraiser is our bag pack in Dunnes Stores, Blackpool on the 27th of and 28th of September, 2019.  We would hope that all members and parents would help out in this our most important fundraiser of the year.  We would love to see some new faces helping out.  The club is growing in numbers and we would appreciate all the help we can get as it is a mammoth task every year to recruit volunteers to partake in the bag pack.  If you are available for an hour either Friday night or Saturday please contact your daughter’s trainer to confirm your availability to help out or our chairman Pat Culloty (087) 2986625

Bride Rovers Ladies First Friday collection of old clothes, bags and shoes on Friday the 4th of October, 2019 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. at Rathcormac Community Centre (garage to rear).  No duvets or pillows please.

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