Moyle Rovers camogie girls lose nothing in defeat

Moyle Rovers under 13 camogie team travelled to The Ragg last Thursday evening to contest the county semi final.

Moyle Rovers under 13 camogie team travelled to The Ragg last Thursday evening to contest the county semi final.

We came up against a very strong Ballingarry team. It was a tough game for our young girls but they lost nothing in defeat as they played their hearts out.

Emma Tobin has to be commended for her brave work in the goalmouth where the defence of Clare O’Dwyer, Amy Norris and Sarah Clarke battled hard all through.

The half back line of Yasmin Quirke, Louise Norris and Sophie Delaney constantly chased and put pressure on the Ballingarry forwards.

Áine Fitzgerald played a captain’s role in midfield along with Emma Cronin who covered great ground.

Karen Meehan, Ellen Buckley and Erin Mitten played their part when introduced in the second half.

Emer Ryan got the second half off to a great start with a well taken goal.

The half-forwards of Leah Mc Garry and Sarah Hickey were constantly challenging and supplying the full forward line with ball.

The full forward line had to give way to a physically bigger full back line from Ballingarry. Despite this Caitriona Phelan and Sarah O’Connor were not deterred!

Our other under 11 members on the panel Michelle Cronin, Sorcha O’Brien and Alanna Dowling are to be commended as they played their part too in this campaign and we look forward to watching them play for another two years at this grade.

This team has given us great enjoyment and have shown great spirit throughout to get to this stage of the competition. The team deserve great credit for their performances in reaching a county semi-final.

Thanks to John Ryan, Karen Fitzgerald and Anne Mc Garry who have worked with these girls. The support from parents and Pat O’Connor, who always has the pitch in top condition for our home games, is also appreciated.

Team: Emma Tobin, Clare O’Dwyer, Amy Norris, Karen Meehan, Yasmin Quirke, Louise Norris, Sophie Delaney, Áine Fitzgerald, Emma Cronin, Sarah Clarke, Leah Mc Garry, Sarah Hickey, Emer Ryan, Caitriona Phelan, Sarah O’Connor, Erin Mitten, Ellen Buckley, Sorcha O’Brien, Michelle Cronin, Alanna Dowling

Ladies Football

Best of luck to Tipperary Intermediates next Saturday in Semple Stadium as they take on Fermanagh in the All Ireland semi final. The game throws in at 2.15 and all under 16s free

Best of luck to Manager Sean O’Donovan, selector Kay Lyons and our club representatives Gillian O’Brien, Niamh Lonergan, Barbara Ryan, Katie Lyne, Hazel Shanahan and Sarah Everard.

MINOR HURLING

Our minor hurlers took on Mulliinahone in our third game of the South championship and were alway in control in this game. They ran out convincing winners on a final scoreline Moyle Rovers 6-23 Mullinahone 2-15.

BUSY WEEKEND IN MONROE

On Saturday last Monroe was one of the venues for the U16 All Ireland Hurling Tournament.

Thank you to venue co-ordinator Marie O’Connor, also to all the ladies making sandwiches and tea all day and to all who help out with the staging of the event.

A special thanks also to go to our younger helpers. The boys who were working as linesmen and umpires: Dara Ryan, Conor Bates, Darragh O’Connor, Aaron O’Connor and Tommy Morrissey. And finally to our programme sellers Colm McKeown, Cillian Crowe and Sean Hackett.

On Sunday evening Monroe was the venue for the South Senior Football Final between Clonmel Commercials and Kilsheelan/Kilcash. Thank you to all stewards on duty on Sunday evening. Congratulations to Clonmel Commercials on winning this year’s South Senior Football title.

DAVID BOLAND ANNUAL BLITZ

The annual U8 David Boland tournament in aid of Crumlin Children’s Hospital will be held on Saturday 7th September in Monroe starting at 11.00. All donations greatfully accepted on the day

Well done boys

Well done to both Stephen Quirke and David Robert who were on the Tipperary team who reached the final of the All-Ireland under 16 ‘A’ championship only tolose out to Kilkenny in the decider played in Clonmel on Saturday last.

Well done also Morgan Irwin and Tadgh Fitzgerald who were on the ‘B’ panel.

DRAW THE JOKER

Draw results for 1st September.

Fergus Dower, c/o Barne Lodge €100; Lorna and Luke Ryan c/o S. Delahunty €50; John Phelan c/o Halfway €50; Neilie Hall, c/o Fethard Electrical €25.

This week’s jackpot now stands at €9,250.