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.