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07 Oct 2022

REVIEW: Big results for Clonoulty Rossmore and Burgess Duharra as last eight takes shape

REVIEW: Big results for Clonoulty Rossmore and Burgess Duharra as last eight takes shape

FBD Insurance Senior Camogie Club Championship

Burgess Duharra 1-12

Silvermines 0-10


The meeting of Burgess Duharra and Silvermiens was a hard fought game where every ball and score had to be earned.
For Burgess Duharra Fiona Kirwan was solid at full back and had a great game. Duharra’s county players all performed well, Ciara Holohan had a clean sheet in goals while Caoimhe Maher and Jenny Grace worked very hard in the middle of the field.

Up front Ciara McKeogh and Ciardha Maher kept rotating between the full forward and centre forward position keeping the Silvermines backs on their toes. Iris Grace who was part of the U16 A Tipp team that reached the All Ireland final this year has settled well into her wing back position and had a strong performance.

Silvermines never gave up and produced a very good performance making Duharra really work for the win. At half time Burgess led 0-9 to 0-6.

A second half goal from Ciara McKeogh along with the accurate free taking of Jenny Grace helped to ensure victory for Burgess Duharra who will now face Eire Og Annacarty in the county quarter final.

Burgess Duharra: Ciara Holohan, Grace O’Dwyer, Fiona Kirwan, Katie Grace, Iris Grace, Aisling Cremin, Eimear Dwan, Caoimhe Maher (0-1),Jenny Grace (0-7f), Kaitlin O’Halloran, Ciara McKeogh (1-0), Ciardha Maher (0-3), Laura Reid
Fiona McGauley (0-1), Caoilfhionn Maher.

Subs used: Roisín Duffy for Fiona McGauley, Clara Bourke for Laura Reid, Ella Slattery for Caoilfhionn Maher.

Silvermines: Aisling Carey, Ciara Grace, Miriam Murphy, Maria Moroney , Caoimhe Carey, Eimear Murphy, Caitlin Murphy, Ellen Cunnenn, Louise McLoughlin, Ciara Ryan, Sarah Madden, Emer Tuohy, Elaine Murphy, Joanne Nolan, Nicola Butler, Laura Cunneen.

Cashel King Cormacs 4-16

Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams 0-8

Another impressive performance from Cashel King Cormacs ensured they ran out convincing winners against Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams on Saturday evening in Clonoulty.

Cashel were dominant from the start with some excellent displays from Caoimhe Perdue, Anna Fahie, Lily Fahie and Laura Connolly. Caoimhe Perdue, Aideen Bergin, Ciara Dwan and Grace Moloney all took their goal opportunities brilliantly in the opening half to leave the half time score 4-7 to 0-7 and the result beyond doubt.

With three wins and a draw Cashel topped their group earning themselves a direct route to a county semi-final.

Cashel King Cormacs: Aoife O'Brien, Ella O’Dwyer, Meabh Ellie Ryan, Amy Crosse, Lily Fahie, Laura Connolly, Katelyn Downey, Nicole Shelly, Anna Fahie(0-6), Philly Fogarty (0-1), Grace Moloney(1-3), Ciara Dwan(1-1), Caoimhe Perdue (1-5), Aideen Bergin (1-0).

Drom-Inch 2-12

Eire Og Annacarty 1-7

After a tough and physical battle of camogie Drom-Inch emerged victorious on a final scoreline of 2-12 to 1-7. The first half was very close with Drom holding a single point advantage seven points to 1-3.

Annacarty’s goal came from Jean Kelly. Eimear McGrath and Eva O’Dwyer exchanged points from frees throughout the hour while Eimear along with substitute Michelle Woodlock also bagged a second half goal. Mairead Eviston was excellent for Drom at centre back as was Aoife McGrath on the wing while Niamh Treacy and Niamh Long put in a great shift in midfield finishing with four points from play.

With three wins from three, Drom-Inch go straight into a semi-final and will be hoping to have the injured Mary Bourke and Maria Connolly back by then.
Two defeats and a draw means Eire Og Annacarty finish in third spot and will face Burgess Duharra in next weekend’s quarter final.

Eire Og Annacarty: Eva O’Dwyer (0-6f), Jean Kelly 1-1.

Drom & Inch: Caoimhe Bourke, Eimear Cahill, Christina Brennan, Maureen Ryan, Aoife McGrath, Mairead Eviston, Aine Greed, Niamh Treacy (0-3), Niamh Long (0-1), Eimear McGrath (1-5, 0-5f), Anne Eviston, Caroline Shanahan, Katie O’Dwyer, Miriam Campion (0-1), Niamh Ryan (0-1).

Subs used: Michelle Woodlock (1-1), Joanne Ryan and Antoinette Kennedy.

Nenagh Eire Og 2-4

Clonoulty Rossmore 6-23

Nenagh Éire Óg had a very tough night against a very formidable Clonoulty Rossmore Senior camogie team on Saturday evening.

After a promising start which produced a first half goal from Caroline Browne, Nenagh found themselves trailing by seven points at half time 1-3 to 2-7.

Clonoulty’s goals came from Eimear Bourke and Kate Ferncombe. Clonoulty's superior firepower and top class play proved too difficult for Nenagh to handle in what was a very one sided second half.

All the Nenagh players gave it 100 percent but it wasn't their best night at the office. Four more goals in the second half including two from Cait Devane helped Clonoulty to victory.

Nenagh Éire Óg: Niamh Sheridan, Jennifer Casey, Megan Grace, Lily O'Brien, Kristen Howard, Rachel Maher, Alannah Morris, Kerrie Horward, Zoey Grattan, Michelle Collins, Caroline Browne (2-0), Eabha O'Brien, Michelle Barry, Grace O'Brien (0-4), Avril Dooley.

Subs: Jennifer Treacy for Avril Dooley, Laura Nagle for Kirsten Howard (injured).

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