Another win for Intermediate footballers

posted 21 May 2012, 00:54 by Moyle Rovers

RESULTS
Our Intermediate footballers took on Commercial in the next round of the south championship.  With goals a-plenty we managed to come out on top. Final score Moyle Rovers 4-19 Commercials 4-3.

All fixtures and results can be view on the website, Facebook or twitter


COUNTY SCENE
Congratulation to Tipperary Minor Football team who defeated Cork in the Munster Semi-Final. Well done to our clubman Philip Quirke who scored the only goal of the game, and also added two further points.  They now face Kerry in the Munster Final.

Best of luck to Tipperary Senior Football team who take on Kerry, and Tipperary Hurling team who take on Limerick, in a double bill next Sunday in semple stadium.

DRAW THE JOKER, WIN THE JACKPOT

The Draw took place on Sunday 14th May, the Jackpot was not won, the
winners on the night were Niamh Foley €50,  Gavin Mulcahy, Brian Fitzgerald & Anthony Shaw €20
 
Camogie
U 10 CamogieWe hosted an U10 Go Games Camogie blitz on Saturday May 19. Cahir, Cashel and Fethard were welcome visitors and each team had three games. All games were officiated  in the capable hands of Caroline Quirke and Kate Delahunty. We were well represented by Orlaith Breen, Aoibhe Browne, Nicole Delaney, Ella Ryan, Tara Mc Grath, Alanna Dowling, Grace O'Dwyer, Mia Dowling, Shauna Mitten, Gráinne O'Donnell and Makayala O' Donnell.  Thanks to Pat O'Connor and all who helped out on the day. Our under 16s were disappointed again this week witha further cancellation. No further games until after the Junior certificate exams are over.
Ladies Football.
U14 Girls’ Football. A big thank you to all who turned out for our fun Walk/Run last Sunday. It was a very enjoyable day,in brilliant weather, with almost 150 participants. Thanks also to our generous sponsors and all who helped in any way on the day.On the playing field we are fortunate to be able to field two teams in the under 14  competition. Having played against Ardfinnan, Arravale Rovers and Brian Borus we then qualified for the county quarter final which took place on Thursday May 17 in Cloneen. We were treated to a wonderful game of football by Team 2. We got off to a shaky start but our girls soon found their stride and our midfielders Aisling O’Donnell and Aine Fitzgerald gave a constant supply of ball to our forwards. Rachel Browne, who is just back from injury, was in fine point scoring form, ably assisted by Orla O’Donnell, Emily O’Dea and Roweena Dowling who seemed to be popping up everywhere. Kellie Ryan and Aileen Ryan worked tirelessly in support. Our defence provided the foundation for our attacks and Cathy O’Dwyer, Lily Finch- Clements and Amy Norris were very solid and gave no time for the St Pat’s half forward line to settle. In the second half, in particular, our full back line of Annie Cotter, Chelsea Holden and Lizzie Ryan showed their mettle and along with our goalie Ceire Walsh gave long clearing balls to set up the next attack.  The substitutes of Rosie Mai Fitzgerald, Molly Dee, Sarah Garret and Amy Broderick played their part seamlessly and added greatly to the team’s performance.  The girls never gave up and were unlucky to come out on the wrong side of a scoreline of 7-5 to 5-7. For a team to score 5-7 is testament to their determination and tenacity and we look forward to seeing these girls play again in the plate competition. Well done girls. We thank St. Pat's for a sporting game and we wish them well as they progress in the competition.
Get Well SoonWe wish Cora Maher, Caroline Cotter and Kayleigh Tobin- Cullinan a speedy recovery and hope that they are back fit and well as soon as possible
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