Junior Football*
 On Sunday 24th July, our junior footballers travelled to Bantry to play
 their second game in the championship. Emma hit the net with a very early
 goal and a second goal and two points gave Rovers a five point lead at half
 time to Bantry’s three points. The home side settled better in the second
 half, scoring three goals and a point but Rovers never gave up and a goal
 from Katelyn and another from Emma with some well executed points from play
 saw Rovers win at the final whistle  on a scoreline of 4 07 to 3 04. This
 was a very enjoyable and competitive game with great passing movement,
 accuracy going forward and staunch defending from the backs. Well done to
 everyone, particularly the younger players who stepped up on the day and
 played extremely well.
Scorers: Emma Barry (3 03); Katelyn Roddis (1 00); Allanna Broderick (002); and
 Abbie Hoare and Nikki Parle (01 each).

 On August 1st, our junior footballers travelled to Rosscarbery for the
 championship quarter final. A goal from Ruby Broderick in the opening
 minutes gave Rovers a great start. Unfortunately, as she was in
 position to score a second goal soon after, Ruby sustained an ankle
 injury and had to come off. Goals from Shauna Hayes and Maeve Leamy,
 and points from Allanna Broderick and Caoimhe Hazelwood, gave Rovers
 the lead at half time, 3 02 to 0 05.
 In the second half, the home side chipped away at our lead scoring
 eight points and an almost certain goal was scooped away from the
 attacker by Jess Riordan just inches from the goal mouth. Chloe Murphy
 in goal made some great saves and there was excellent passing, defence
 and team play at every position. Rovers had a hard won victory, final
 score 5 02 to 0 13. Well done ladies. The semi final pairing will be
 against Aghada, details TBC.[picture attached]

 *Junior Camogie*
 On Thursday July 28th, our junior camogie team played Fanahans Mitchelstown
 in the second round of the championship, having defeated neighbours,
 Castlelyons, in the first round. This was a one-sided affair really with
 Rovers well on top from the outset but fair play to the visitors who never
 gave up.
Scorers: Jen Cahill (1 03), Katie Quirke (1 02), Aislinn O’Connor (1
 02), Siobhan O’Sullivan (06), Katelyn Roddis, Shauna Hayes and Lily
 Murray (01 each).

 U17 Development
 Well done to  Abbie Hoare and Ava Barry who are involved with the u17
 Cork Camogie Development Panel. Also to Nikki Parle and Katelyn Roddis
 ([pictured] who are involved with the Cork Colleges TY panel. Best of
luck girls.