Two County Finals
for Camogie sides

The U14s travelled to the Ragg County Camogie grounds to play Holycross in their county semi-final last Saturday, May 11. Conditions on the day were not what one would expect for the second week of Summer, showers and gale force winds.

The U14s travelled to the Ragg County Camogie grounds to play Holycross in their county semi-final last Saturday, May 11. Conditions on the day were not what one would expect for the second week of Summer, showers and gale force winds.

Cashel won the toss and elected to play into the wind. The opening period proved to be a very tight affair with neither side gaining an advantage. Then after 14 minutes Holycross registered the opening score of the game, a point. The Cashel defence held out very well against the elements and for the remainder of the first half took complete control scoring 2-2 without reply to lead at the interval by 2-2 to 0-1.

The first score of the second half came after ten minutes when Cashel scored a point. In the 16 minute Holycross broke up the field and scored a well taken goal. This added a bit of zest to the mix and it appeared as if the remaining minutes were going to be close fought, but as in the first half Cashel again took complete control and ran out convincing winners by 2-5 to 1-2. The Cashel scorers were Caoimhe Perdue 1-2 Rebecca Delahunty 1-00 Aine O’Dwyer, 3 points

Cashel now meet Clonoulty in the county final in the Ragg County Pitch, on Tuesday, May 21, at 7pm.

The U16 county final V Thurles goes ahead in the Ragg on Tuesday, May 14, at 7pm.

Training continues Wednesday evenings as usual in Leahy Park.

The date for the U12’s county semi-final v Brian Borus has not yet been finalised.