Cork Minor Camogie team, together with their parents and Manager John Midleton, visited Barryroe NS with the Munster Cup which they won this year. Included are members of the team Claire Sexton(past pupil) Meabh Sexton(past pupil), A?ine Crowley(Kilbrittain), Caroline Murphy(Kilbrittain) Ellen Twomey (Carrigaline) Lisa Lynch(Valley Rovers), Linda Collins(Courcey Rovers) and Keeva McCarthy(St.Finbarrs).
THE girls in Kilmeen National School took part in an inter-school camogie blitz recently with the opposition on the day from Ahiohill and Kealkill. The blitz marked the completion of a six-week camogie coaching programme within the school.
MICC 6-6 Ballincollig CS 0-0 MARIA Immaculata Community College, Dunmanway (MICC) are County Champions for another year after winning the U16 ½ A Camogie County Title. Castle Road provided the setting for their victory over a much fancied Ballincollig Community School side.
MARIA Immaculata Community College Dunmanway defeated Gael Cholaiste Mhuire in the U16 ½ B county final. The match was played in Cloughduv and resulted in the MICC girls taking home the Katie Crowley Cup.
Ballinascarthy Camogie Club are holding a ‘Come and Try Camogie’ day on Saturday 9th March 11am – 1pm at Ballinascarthy GAA Pitch. Learn skills, have fun and make friends. Age 6 and upwards are welcome. Meet Cork senior camogie players, parents welcome.
THE Enniskeane camogie junior team created history last weekend when they were named joint winners of the Imperial League one-day camogie tournament for junior camogie teams across Munster held in Co. Kerry. The twenty girls travelled to Kilmoyley where their group consisted of Enniskeane, Sliabh Rua and Ennis side Éire Óg.
Senior Championship Divisional Section Carbery v Seandun Winners Carbery / Seandun v Carrigdhoun