Evening Echo Senior Camogie Championship Final
Sunday Oct 18th
Pairc Ui Rinn
St. Catherines and
It’s a new final pairing and both clubs have arrived here on merit St Catherines had to call on all their resources to defeat Cloughduv in their first outing whilst Courcey Rovers made them fight to the finish to reach the semi –final. On the day St Catherines looked to be exiting the championship at the hands of St Finbarr’s but a late equaliser had us all back to Carrigtwohill on Monday last when they made no mistake to book their place in this afternoons decider. They are a young team with
Milford have had huge under age success taking titles from under 12 to Senior B and now they have reached the senior final for the second time having lost out to Carrigdhoun in the 2005 decider.
They defeated Ballygarvan in round one before progressing to meet an Inniscarra side that pushed them to the limits, county champions Douglas provided their semi final opponents and under the lights of Mournabbey the
Both clubs have battled hard down through the years to make it to a senior final and they will be hoping to make it to the history books of their clubs by becoming the side to capture a senior county championship title, either way come 5pm on Sunday a new name will be engraved on the Punch Trophy as it heads to either North or East Cork.
The curtain raiser is an attractive pairing as Glen Rovers and Ballincollig battle it out for a place in the Evening Echo Senior B final where Eire og await. Both have worked ahrd to reach the semi -final and with plenty of young emerging talent on either side it promises to be a good game. Leah Weste, Cliona Irish, Denise Cronin, Brea O’ Callaghan and Alison Coughlan spearhead the Ballincollig side while Aideen Guiton, Denise Luby, Beth Walsh , Michelle Hegarty and Lydia Cunningham will battle it out as the Glen seek a place in the decider. throw in is at 12.30