Kilbree girls win Munster medals!
Kilbree U13’s competed in the Munster Community Games Finals in University of Limerick, on Saturday. The team entered for this competition is one covering Enniskeane and District. The team consisted of all but one Kilbree girl. They defeated St Catherine’s in the county final for this competition and therefore qualified for the Munster competition.
Derg (Co Clare) were the opposition in the Munster semi-final. The opposition were very strong but the girls fought hard. They were seven points down with four minutes left. They dug deep and scored three goals in a thrilling finish. They qualified for the Munster final.
Cashel provided a stern test in the final. They were just too strong and the West Cork girls lost the final. They finished up their day with silver Munster medals and were thrilled with the outcome, finishing second in Munster is a great achievement. Thanks to Tony O’Neill for all his work with the girls.
Team: Heather Brimble, Kate O’Donovan, Cara Collins, Margaret Collins, Emily O’Donovan, Maeve O’Neill, Mary Murphy, Rachel Deasy, Niamh McCarthy, Caoimhe Murphy, Sinead O’Sullivan, Rebecca Hurley and Aisling O’Reilly.
Congratulations to Maeve O’Neill who played in the Primary Go Games match at half-time during the Munster Football Final on Sunday. Maeve is attending Ballinacarriga National School and plays camogie with Kilbree.
Good luck to Mary Murphy who will play in the Primary Games during the Munster Hurling Final in Thurles.
The U10 camogie girls played a blitz in Ballinascarthy on Saturday. The girls played Cloughduv, St Colums and Laochra Og. They played really well and should be very proud.
Team: Roisin O’Donovan, Isla McCarthy, Ellie Collins, Lucy McCarthy, Nell Harrington, Julie Casey and Aine O’Donovan.
The U8 camogie girls travelled to Ballygarvan for a blitz. The future certainly looks bright. They played exceptionally well against Ballygarvan, Clonakilty and Enniskeane.
Team: Rosie O’Donovan, Ella Burke, Clodagh O’Keeffe, Leah McCarthy, Caoimhe O’Donovan, Sephie Edwards, Maeve Keohane, Aisling Burke, Laoise Sutton and Caoimhe Sutton.
The U12 hurlers travelled to Bantry last Monday night. Despite the wet conditions, this was a most exciting game of hurling. The Kilbree boys fought to the very end and were unlucky to lose on the night. The skills of these boys are developing with every game that they play.
Team: Olan Murphy, Daniel McCarthy, Mark Collins, Sam Bailey, Micheal Keohane, Jack Hehir, Conor O’Sullivan, Darragh Clancy, Ben Barry, Simon Jennings, Cillian Twohig, Peter O’Sullivan, Oisin Harrington, Joe Barry, Shane Keohane, Ruairi O’Sullivan and Rory Twohig.