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The camogie club would like to thank everyone who supported the bingo night in the clubhouse on Friday 29 November. It was a fun, exciting night with the adults getting as excited as the children when their numbers came out.
Special thanks to our sponsors; John Foster and Foster Construction, The Hungry Lyons, Oakleigh Wood Creche, Cobi Sports, MPCC Credit Union, Mungret Gaa Club shop and Colin Kenny.
All done and dusted at the Regina Long tournament what a fanatic day.
Monaleen take home the cup for the 2nd year and for the very 1st time Mungret win sliver wear beating Knockaderry in the shield final.
Huge thanks to every one who participated and helped out in any way what a fantastic festival of Camogie with over 250 girls involved.
Mungret St. Pauls 2-3 Ballingarry 1-8
This was a great game of skill and determination by our young U-16 girls when they played their semi final against Ballingarry in Mungret on Sunday 22 September 2019. Mungret St. Pauls started off slow and fell behind by the half time they were 5 points behind but in the second half they came back to narrow the gap to 2 points. Well done to the girls for all the work they put in through the year.
Mungret St. Pauls 1-2 Newcastle West 8-8
Mungret St. Pauls knew this was going to be a tough match going into it at home on Tuesday 13 August 2019, but the girls represented themselves very well and kept battling throughout the game. They did not manage to break the Newcastle West defense in the first half but had a promising start in the second scoring the first point in the restart, they shortly followed it up with a superb goal and took another point near the end of the game, but Newcastle West had already done the damage on the score board in the first half. There was some great play from our girls who were just outclassed on the night.
Thank you to all the teams that took part in the Regina Long Tournament on Saturday 22 September, unfortunately the weather was the one thing we could not organise but every thing went well on the day.
The teams were lead in a parade by a bag piper and our winning Limerick lady footballers holding the cup which we were delighted to have attend on the morning. The games flowed very well through out the day.
Well done to Monaleen who beat Newcastle West in the cup final with Clarecastle taking the plate on a narrow win over Mungret St. Pauls.