The Meath Camogie Senior, Intermediate & Junior championship are on the last stages as teams in the coming week finish off some last round games before their respective semi-finals. The Senior Semi-Finals are fixed for Dunsany on Saturday the 5th September first game at 4.30pm and second game is at 6pm. The pairings will go on results from two senior championships games on Monday night.
Results from the past week
Trim 2-13 V Navan O’Mahonys 0-4
Trim had a comprehensive win over Navan O’Mahonys in the Senior Championship, Navan struggled to curtail the Trim side as Emma McNally, Edel Guy, Sharon Campbell, Dearbhla O’Carroll & Katie Hackett impressed throughout. Navan who were defeated well in this championship encounter need a win against Blackhall Gaels on Monday night to force a play off while Trim await on top points to get confirmation of their semi-final pairing their opposition will be the fourth team to qualify.
Team: Ann Cole, Darina Smith, Emma McNally, Sharon Campbell, Niamh Joyce, Suzanne Hayes, Naimh Guy, Edel Guy 0-6, Ciara Ashe, Katie Hackett, Dearbhla O’Carroll 0-3, Aisling Fagan 0-1, Linda Telford,
Subs: Mary Andrews 1-2 for Ciara Ashe, Christine Fagan 0-1 for Blaithnaid Canty.
Blackhall Gaels 2-5 Kilmessan 4-14
Blackhall will be disappointed with their second half performance in this encounter. The teams traded scores in the first half and it was all to play for going into the second period. Kilmessan played some excellent camogie in the second half, taking some fine long range scores from play. Blackhall however were unable to raise their game and did little to trouble the Kilmessan defence. Kilmessan ran out comfortable winners with inspiring performances from Aileen Donnelly and Frances Lynch at midfield and Anne-Marie Dennehy in the inside forward line. Jane Dolan did her best to keep Blackhall in contention scoring all of her teams scores, most of which came from placed balls.
Emily Mangan, Emer Nolan, Kate Murphy, Amy Crosbie, Aisling Keane, Claire Burke, Emer Keane, Kristina Troy, Holly Geraghty, Jamie Jordan, Jane Dolan (2-5), Sinead Hughes, Pamela Fahy, Maria Farrell, Niamh Heavin. Subs. Aideen Nolan, Niamh Keane.
Noreen Sheridan, Nicola Lynch, Caoimhe O’Leary, Etaoin Doyle, Sarah Ross, Alison Lynch, Maryellen Sheridan, Aileen Donnelly, Frances Lynch, Stephanie Horan, Michelle Horan, Clare Sheridan, Orla Doyle, Katie Ni Choileain, Annemarie Dennehy.
Subs. Ciara Collins, Lisa Tyrrell, Aisling McLoughlin, Emma Fitzgerald, Denise Fitzgerald.
Killyon 3-6, Dunboyne 0-2
Killyon dash Dunboyne hopes of qualifying for the semi-final as they overcome a strong Dunboyne side. Katie Mullen playing with heart, when she made some bursts through the forward line which helped net her two goals in the first half. Dunboyne did not settle well and missed some chances to bring them into this game. Killyon broke down a lot of they Dunboyne attacks, with good displays from Sharon Raleigh, Hazel Coleman, Fionnuala Clarke. Dunboynes Teresa Clince gave a solid display in Goal.
Killyon: Michelle Connolly, Nessa Connolly, Sharon Raleigh,Mary McCormack, Hazel Coleman, Laura Maguire, Fionnuala Clarke, Lisa Foley, Aoife Maguire 0-2, Elizabeth Raleigh 0-1, Katie Mullen 2-1, Sinead Geraghty, Amy Gannon, Sylvia Rattigan 0-1, Christine Raleigh 1-1. Subs: Sinead Kennedy for Sinead Geraghty.
Dunboyne: Teresa Clince, Elma rafferty, Evelyn McGovern, Aoife O’Grady, siobhan Synon, aine Keogh, Orlaith Curran, Fiona O’Neill, Suzanne Ledwith, Sinead Hackett 0-2, Margaret O’Connor, Emma Doherty, Kate O’Carroll, Brigid Sheehan, Aoife Murphy.
Fixtures for the coming week
Monday 31st August
Kilmessan v Killyon
Blackhall Gaels v Navan o’Mahonys
Wednesday 2nd Sept
U11 League Semi final
Boardsmill v Kilmessan
Friday 4th Sept
Donaghmore/Ashbourne v Dunderry
Saturday 5th Sept
U12B Championship Final
Na Fianna v Dunderry
U12 Shield Final
Kildalkey v Ratoath
Times & Venues to be Confirmed
U12A Semi Final Replay
Dunboyne v Ratoath
Dunboyne, Time to be Confirmed
Senior Championship Semi Finals
Dunsaney, 4.30pm & 6pm
Sunday 6th Sept
U15 League Final
Kiltale v Ratoath