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Navan O’Mahonys 2-7 V Dunboyne 1-2


Navan O’Mahonys played a more organised game against Dunboyne to gain 2 more points in their Championship bid. With Elizabeth Oakes in top form for Navan O’Mahonys. She helped her team on their way with a tally of 5 points . 

Dunboyne lacked that finishing pace during the game although Sinead Hackett & Aoife Thompson did try hard.


Aine Keogh also worked the field from end to end, but this was not enough as Navan’s Emma Kinsella,Laura Flynn & Full forward Tracey Neville done enough to get a win for the home team.


Navan O’Mahonys : Hilary Burke, Sylvia Markey, Lorna Donegan, Olivia Flanagan, Muireann Hogan, Aileen Keane, Mary Hanley, Laura Flynn, Elizabeth Oakes 0-5, Emma Kinsella 0-1, Paula Cassells,Sarah Heary, Kate McEvoy 1-0, Tracey Neville 1-1, Emer Finn


Dunboyne Team : Theresa Clince, Elma Raferty, Evelyn O Connor, Aoife O Grady, Orlaith Curran, Aoife Thompson 1-2, Leanne Hayes.Aine Keogh, Claire Barker, Sarah Fahey, Sinead Hackett, Aoife Murphy, Suzanne Ledwith, Bridget Reilly, Kate O Carroll.





Blackhall Gaels 3-10 V  Killyon 1-10


Senior Championship holders Blackhall Gaels hat trick of goals prove crucial in their championship clash against Killyon, there was not much between both sides throughout the game,  with only 2 points dividing them mid way into the second half, it was the hard work of the Blackhall Gaels backline of Kate Murphy, Aishling Keane & Claire Burke that gave Blackhall the advantage. Killyon battled all the way with good displays coming from Stacey Duignan,  Lisa Foley, Sylvia Rattigan & Nessa Connolly. 


Blackhall Gaels : 

Emily Mangan, Helen Murphy, Kate Murphy, Aishling Keane, Amy Crosbie, Emma Whelan, Claire Burke, Kristina Troy, Holly Geraghty, Maria Farrell, Jane Burke, Jamie Jordan Sinead Hughes, Caroline Griffin, Niamh Heavin.

Subs : Pamela Fahy for Niamh Heavin, Jane dolan for Jamie Jordan.


Killyon Team: Michelle Connolly, Fionnula Clarke, Nessa Connolly, Mary Gilsenan, Laura Maguire, Sylvia Rattigan, Browyn Massey, Lisa Foley, Stacey Duignan, Aoife Maguire, Katie Connolly, Liz Raleigh, Christine Raleigh, Sharon Raleigh, Fiona Coughlan, Sub : Serena Ryan for Browyn Massey, Amy Gannon for Christine Raleigh, Hazel Coleman for Fiona Coughlan. 



Trim received the points from their refixed Senior game with Kilmessan at a County Board meeting on Thursday coming from a dispute that the Kilmessan Club had with their second round Senior fixture with Trim.  This puts Trim top on the Senior Camogie Championship table.




Intermediate Championship


Donaghmore/Ashbourne 4-10 v Kilmessan 0-1  


This was a game mainly dominated by Donaghmore Ashbourne. The first score came from Lizzy Lynch but was quickly answered by Kilmessan when their full forward scored a point from a free. From then on Donaghmore Ashbourne took control and gave great team performance.


Lizzy Lynch showed her county class scoring seemingly effortless points and making little of the Kilmessan defence. The first of the game’s goals came from Bronagh Gaughan after a clearance from the Kilmessan goalkeeper came right to her and she did not hesitate in striking the ball on the ground into the back of the net.


Claire Corcoran was superb alongside Bronagh and Lizzy in the half forwards and set up many of the score on the day. An example of this was the ball she sent in from the wings before half time to Bronagh who was perfectly positioned to double on the ball and place it the back of the net.


Half Time: Don/Ash 2-3 Kilmessan 0-1


To look at the final score it would seem that the Donaghmore Ashbourne defence and goal keeper had little to do but in fact it was their strength and skill that resulted in no scores being conceded from play. Sorcha Ferry showed her versatility when she started in the half back line as opposed to her usually forward position.


As the team’s youngest player some might have thought that managers John, Morgan and Maura were taking too big a risk at such a vital game of the championship but Sorcha was solid and consistent in her new position and cleared everything that came her way.


Alison Fitzgerald got her name onto the scorer’s sheet when she picked up the ball at the corner of the goal and struck it into the back of the net. The team work continued with more scores from Lizzy and a point from Aoife O Neill. The dept of the Don/Ash’s talent showed when all four subs came on.


Katherine Mulhaire, Maura Roche and Lorna Cronolly

d the full forward line and Janet Lannigan came into the back line. All three girls posed as scoring threats and it was Maura who scored the final point of the day.



Don/Ash: A.Ferry, L.Dervan, E. Tormey, D.Burnell, S. Ferry, L.Keagan, S.Keagan , M.Finn, S.Baxter, L. Lynch, C.Corcoran, B.Gaughan, A. O Neill, A.Fitzgerald, J.Long,. Subs: L.Cronolly for A. O Neill, M. Roche for J.Long, J.Lannigan for D. Burnell, C.Mulhaire for A.Fitzgerald, A.McAtamey(injured).





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