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U-16 Camogie V Bruff

Posted in: Camogie 12 Sep

Mungret St. Pauls met Bruff in the village pitch on Thursday 10 September 2020.

Our girls were up against a very strong Bruff team but it was Mungret St. Pauls that scored first. Bruff hit back with strong goals, our goalie was really tested but composed herself really well and had some great blocks. There were some great scores from the Mungret St. Pauls players and they were not too shy on getting stuck into a tackle.

Mungret St. Pauls scored 2-7 in this game.

Team; Ellie Mulqueen, Ella Mason, Caoimhe Holmes, Aoife Long, Saoirse Casey, Zoe Page, Ciara Brennan, Emma Fitzgerald (0-2, 0-1 from free), Ella Page(0-1), Leah Nolan, Cliodhna Byrne, Caoimhe O’Rourke (1-1), Amy O’Halloran (1-2, 0-2 from frees), Rachel Lynch, Eibhlin O’Grady, Katie O’Callaghan, Mollie Tobin (0-1), Jayne Casey.

Management; Brian O’Halloran, John Page, Albert O’Grady

Mungret St. Pauls 2-11 Kildimo Pallaskenry 1-16

On Monday 31 August 2020 in Mungret our U-16 hurlers took on Kildimo Pallaskenry in the last of their group matches. Both sides were level pegging for the first half but Kildimo Pallaskenry upped the game in the third quarter with Mungret St. Pauls hammering back in the final minutes to be unlucky not to win.

Kildimo Pallaskenry got their goal in early in the match but Mungret St. Pauls caught up quickly, Kildimo Pallaskenry had the edge by the first water break with a 2 point lead. Back from the break Mungret St. Pauls powered back and scored 5 points to Kildimo Pallaskenry 2 points leaving the score 0-9 to 1-5, Mungret St. Pauls with a one point lead.

The next quarter Kildimo Pallaskenry kept Mungret St. Pauls quite as they played a strong fifteen minutes. Kildimo Pallaskenry went 8 points up to Mungret St. Pauls 2, Kildimo Pallaskenry leading by 5 points. It was the last 15 minutes of the game that drew the attention of the camogie training in the next pitch as Mungret St. Pauls blocked down attempts on goals and scored their own 2 goals in quick succession but unfortunately for Mungret St. Pauls were a goal shy of a draw.

Well done to the players and management on their Championship performances this year.

Mungret St. Pauls 3-3 Templeglantine Knockaderry 2-8

On Thursday 27 August 2020 in Mungret the U-16 camogie girls took on an equally skilled Templeglantine Knockaderry team. For most of the match the weather stayed dry with a little bit of drizzle around the first water break time, this did not effect either team.

The visitors got the game started with 2 points up but Mungret St. Pauls were not long in catching up. Templeglantine Knockaderry got one more point in before the water break with Mungret St. Pauls rocking Templeglantine Knockaderry when they returned to the pitch snatching 3 goals in quick succession while Templeglantine Knockaderry only scored three points to leave the score 3-2 to 0-6, Mungret St. Pauls with a five point lead.

The second half was Templeglantine Knockaderrys, but it was the goalies on both teams that had to put in a lot of the work as there was constant pressure put on the backs and some close calls on goal scores with the goalies getting their hurley in the way. Mungret St. Pauls only managed one more point in this half while Templeglantine Knockaderry regained the lead with 2 goals and 2 points.

Team; Ellie Mulqueen, Ella Mason, Caoimhe Holmes, Aoife Long, Saoirse Casey, Zoe Page, Ciara Brennan, Emma Fitzgerald (1-1), Ella Page, Leah Nolan, Cliodhna Byrne (1-0), Amy Connolly (1-0), Amy O’Halloran (0-2, 0-1 from frees), Rachel Lynch, Eibhlin O’Grady, Katie O’Callaghan, Mollie Tobin, Jayne Casey.

Management; Brian O’Halloran, John Page, Albert O’Grady

Cul Camp 2020

Posted in: Camps, Gallery 25 Aug

Well done to everyone who attended the Kellogs Cul Camp this year and of course all the organisers who helped make it happen. The weather threw a bit of a spanner in the works at times and made for an exciting finish to Thursday. It is always great to see a strong camogie and ladies football presence there at our camps each year. We were the only Limerick Cul Camp last week which meant we were spoilt with the amount of Cul Camp coaches who put our 200 players through their paces. We could not have run the camp with out the help of our club volunteers who were put to work straight away getting all the children signed in, Covid checked and into their groups on the pitch. It has taken 24 coaches and about 6 Cul Camp supervisors to make this camp run smoothly, we are delighted to have two of our own players involved as coaches- Eoin Ryan (Bosco) and Patrick Dwane.

We had a surprise visitor on Friday as Aaron Gillane came along and had a chat with each group of children. There were some very interesting questions asked of Aaron but none too hard that he could not answer.

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