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Senior Championship Results


Dunboyne 0-2 Kilmessan 3-10


Kilmessan easily over came Dunboyne in the second round of the championship competition. Kilmessan showed determination in overcoming the young Dunboyne side.  The forwards were particularly impressive for Kilmessan scoring 3-8 from play, with Ann Marie Dennehy, Katie NÝ Choilean and Stephanie Horan in lethal form for the home side. The back line for Kilmessan can equally be happy with their performance with Alison Lynch, Mary Ellen Sheridan & Karen Ward doing outstanding work in keeping the Dunboyne forward line scoreless from play.  Kilmessan meet Killyon in their next championship match.


Kilmessan : N Sheridan, E Doyle, K Ward, N Lynch, S Ross, A Lynch, ME Sheridan, F Lynch, A Donnelly (0-1), A McLoughlin, L Horan, S Horan (0-3), AM Dennehy (2-3), K Ni Choilean (1-2), M Horan (0-1)


Team : Theresa Clince, Clare Barker, Evelyn Mc Govern, Aoife O Grady, Orlaith Curran, Aoife Thompson, Siobhan Synan, Sinead Hackett, Aine Keogh, Emma   Doherty, Fiona O Neill, Leanne Hayes, Aoife Murphy, Kate O Carroll, Suzanne Ledwith

Subs: Sile Whyte for Fiona O Neill, Bridget Reilly for Aoife Murphy, Sarah Fahey for Orlaith Curran



Killyon 4-8 V Navan O’Mahonys 2-1


Killyon having made some positionable changes got the better of Navan O’Mahonys to earn an extra two points and keep them in the race for the Championship. Navan were without their on form player Elizabeth Oakes who has gone travelling for few weeks, she is a big loss to both her team and also to the Meath County Team who play the All Ireland Semi-Final on the 8th August. Navan worked well throughout but failed to get scores on the board, while  

Killyon registered 1-6 in the first half to one point to Navan.   The second half the game ran away from Navan as full forward Sylvia Rattigan netted two goals to help killyon on their way.  Laura Flynn & Lorna Donegan & Kate McEvoy for Navan and Killyons Katie Connolly was unstoppable for the full game.


Killyon : Michelle Connolly, Nessa Connolly, Sharon Raleigh, Fionnula Clarke, Laura Maguire, Lisa Foley, Mary Gilsenan, Stacey Duignan, Aoife Maguire 0-2 Sinead Geraghty, Katie Connolly 1-3, Elizabeth Raleigh, Amy Gannon 1-1, Sylvia Rattigan 2-1, Browyn Massey.

Subs : Christine Raleigh 0-1 for Stacey Duignan.


Navan O’Mahony’s :

Hilary Burke, Olivia Flanagan, Lorna Donegan, Sylvia Markey, Barbara Murphy, Mary Hanley, Muireann Hogan, Laura Flynn, Aileen Kane, Emma Kinsella, Elaine Coughlan, Sarah Heary, Kate McEvoy, Tracey Neville, Emer Finn




Trim 2- 8 V Blackhall Gaels 0-2


Trim ran out comfortable winners over Blackhall Gaels .  The teams were evenly matched up until half time but after the break Trim edged ahead and put the tie beyond doubt with a late goal. Best on the night for Blackhall were goalie Emily Mangan who made a number of fine saves and cleared her lines well.  Others to impress were Kate Murphy at full back, Emer Keane at wing back and Jane Dolan at centre forward.  Trim had good performances from the midfield pairing of Brid Guy, Katie Hackett, Ciara Ashe, Aisling Fagan and Anne-Marie Fagan. 


Blackhall Gaels : Emily Mangan, Helen Murphy, Kate Murphy, Emer Nolan, Emer Keane, Claire Burke, Amy Crosbie, Holly Geraghty, Jane Burke, Maria Farrell, Jane Dolan (0-2), Lauren Lucas, Grainne Ennis, Jamie Jordan, Niamh Heavin.

Subs – Niamh Keane for Grainne Ennis.


Trim : Anne Cole, Darina Smith, Emma McNally, Sharon Campbell, Mary Andrews 1:0, Brid Guy, Katie Hackett, Edel Guy 0:1, Ciara Ashe, Aisling Fagan 0:2, Dearbhla O’Carroll 0:4, Ann Marie Fagan, Blathnaid Canty, Lynn Winters, Linda Telford.



Dunboyne 1-9 V Blackhall Gaels 3-9


The battle is now taking place for the last four teams of the Senior Championship with a number of Clubs on the same points, this game between last years Champions Blackhall Gaels and Dunboyne, they winner will gain a slight advantage but with no guarantees just yet as the last rounds of the Senior Championship unfold.


Blackhall Gaels came out of the traps a little quicker than Dunboyne and they were more up for the game in the first half as the home side took longer to settle to the task. The second half Dunboyne were better and caused of few problems for the visitors when they came within 1 point with 12 minutes remaining. Blackhall Gaels had good performances from goalie Emily Mangan, Holly Geraghty, Jane Burke & the return of Jane Dolan was also noted as she was a danger when on the ball. Dunboyne impressed for the the third quarter of the game with Fiona O’Neill doing a lot of work, Emma Doherty grabbed her teams only goal and she added a further 2 points for her side.  Blackhall Gaels moved that step further when the got 2 goals in a short period of time, one coming from Jane Dolan and Jane Burke made no mistakes as palmed in Blackhalls third goal. Dunboyne did fight back and got an additional 3 points but these were quickly blanked out as Blackhall added two.         



Dunboyne : Teresa Clince, Clare Barker, Evelyn McGovern, Aoife O’Grady, Siobhan Synan, Aoife Thompson 0-2, Leanne Hayes, Fiona O’Neill, Aine Keogh, Emma Doherty 1-2, Sinead Hackett 0-5, Aoife Murphy, Suzanne Ledwith, Kate O’Carroll, Margaret O’Connor.

Subs :Brigid Reilly for Mags O’Connor.


Blackhall Gels : Emily Mangan, Helen Murphy, Kate Murphy, Emer Nolan, Amy Crosbie, Claire Burke, Aisling Keane, Holly Geraghty 0-1, Kristina Troy, alia Farrell, Jane Dolan 1-8, Lauren Lucas, Jane Burke 2-0, Caroline Griffin, Niamh Heavin.

Sub : Jamie Jordan for Niamh Heavin, Emer Keane for Amy Crosbie





Intermediate Camogie Championship 2009


Ratoath 1-5  Donaghmore/Ashbourne 2-6 



Donaghmore/Ashbourne went into this game knowing that they had to win to stay in contention for a final place later in the year.  They were determined to reverse the earlier meeting where Ratoath had beaten them on home soil.  Don/Ash started well and won the ball from the throw in with the new partnership of Claire Corcoran and Sinead Baxter.  The visiting team worked well in the middle and got the ball to our resident centre forward Lizzy Lynch who is hard to mark at the best of times.  Lizzy won a free on 4 minutes and converted for our first point in the match, but unfortunately when the ball came down the other end it was not dealt with and resulted in a goal for Ratoath. This seemed to get the girls going and Don/Ash went on to score two great goals in the 10th minute (Ali Fitzgerald) and 18th minute (Bronagh Gaughan). Having done the hard work Don/Ash let Ratoath back into the match by giving away silly frees in easy positions for Ratoath to score.  Don/Ash finished the first half with Lizzy Lynch converting another free just before half time and went in on level terms with Ratoath.


After talks from the Management team and the Captain at half time Donaghmore/Ashbourne went back out with a renewed determination not to leave Ratoath without a win.  It sounds like an easy task but not when you are playing a team like Ratoath that have improved so much since the league campaign. They have some very good young talented players.  Lizzy Lynch opened the scoring in the second half with a free on 31 minutes.  Ratoath pressed hard and probably should have scored early in the second half but for the good work of the Don/Ash backs and some great saves from goalkeeper Aideen Ferry.  Maura Roche took a great point on the 39th minute when she pulled hard on the ground.  Don/Ash squandered chances to go ahead by more but missed some frees which would normally go over.  Lizzy Lynch got the last 2 scores of the match finishing with a tally of 5 points.  Overall this was a game played with great heart and each and every girl out there knew they did not want to loose.  The Don/Ash backs played really well and did not concede a score in the second half.  Maybe we should not pick any one person for special praise but on this occasion Aideen Ferry must be chosen for her outstanding performance in goals.



Team:- A. Ferry; S. Ferry, E. Tormey (Captain), S. Keegan; E. Keaveny, L. Keegan, D. Burnell; C. Corcoran, S. Baxter; B. Gaughan (1-0)  E. Lynch (0-5 4f), J. Long; M. Roche (0-1), A. Fitzgerald (1-0), A. O’Neill. Subs:- Lorna Dervan for A. Fitzgerald (59 mins)




Under 15 League


Boardsmill  1-2 V Ratoath 4-5


The standard of play from this Under 15 League would match any of the Senior Championship games , the quality of play was a credit to both teams. From the score line it would let you think that Ratoath ran away with the game, but Boardsmill gave a solid performance throughout and matched Ratoath with their skill. The McCann sisters of Ratoath caused the majority of the headaches for Boardsmill and they were also helped with good displays from Louise Gaffney. Boardsmills Shona White covered a lot of ground for her team and her backs also all played well.     


Boardsmill :

Haidee Kelly, Naimh McEvoy, Shannon McGee,Amy Kelly, Maedbh Smyth, Carolanna Foley, Claudia Hoey, Emily Kelly, Shona White 0-2, Katie McGowan, Aine Whelan, Sorcha McEvoy, Georgia Malone, Lauren McMahon 1-0, Susan Kealy.

Subs : Laura Dempsey for Georgia Malone, Rhiannon Hoey for Emily Kelly, Brenda Melia for Claudia Hoey


Ratoath : Alex Doyle, Ciara McCabe, Lauren McCann, Shauna McDermott, Ciara Leonard, Karen McCabe, Louise Gaffney, Adrienne McCann, Anna Fagan, Ellen Hogan, Ashling o’Brien,Eimear Griffiths, Aoife Leonard, Danielle Power, Dayna Feeney.

Subs : Caoimhe McDermott for Danielle Power, Amy Gaffney for Dayna Feeney




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