U14 Camogie

22/05/2016

An early start for the trip to south Armagh to take on Killeavy in u14.

Where to start our girls showed just how quickly their improving by totally dominating. They fought and played for scores from start to finish putting a young Killeavy to the sword.

In nets we had Caitlin Godfrey who had very little to do but had couple good puck outs.

The defence, Orflaith Garrity, Amy McGoldrick, Ciara McDonnell and Dearbhile McGivern were simply rock solid and were rarely broken throughout, with excellent redistribution of ball that did come in, Dearbhile coming out with 2-2 to her name, an excellent return for the young star.

Midfield was triple ‘A’, due to 12 aside we had a 3rd midfielder, Aoife Armstrong debut girl, Aoife Gileece the general and the thorn in most opposition sides like her sister young Alibhe Kane. The three worked like demons putting constant ball into forwards and winning most opposition puck outs. A great showing from the 3.

In forwards we had released the hurler in Rebecca Monaghan coming out of nets for the day, she wasn’t long finding the opposition net herself, the spoiler and wrecker Katie Rose McClenaghan also released from defence was up to torture the defence of Killeavy. The novelty full forward line saw our unstoppable captain Tara Cullen matched with our youngest player primary 7 Eimear Mullan who played superb and chased every ball a great Camog in making. The captain and star player today Tara Cullen ran out with 5 goals to her name, a joy to watch and coach.

The team improves all the time and its clear to see their path to senior camogie is their own if they continue to train hard.

After we went to McDonalds and on up to watch Antrim win semi final of Christy ring cup. A great day was had by all, I’d say lot of tired heads.

See everyone Wednesday night at the club.

Naomh Eanna Abu.

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Naomh Éanna CLG

A chairde gael,

As you may be aware the Antrim Senior Camogie Team have reached the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Intermediate Final against Down, scheduled for 5th December 2020 at 3.45pm.

In the current circumstances no spectators are allowed to attend the game, nor are we able to have any open training sessions or press nights to promote the game. We do not want to miss the opportunity to inspire a younger generation and have decided to run a Poster Competition and ask you to encourage all of your younger members/pupils (girls and boys) to design a poster to wish the girls good luck in their final.

Our local schools could get involved

There are no restrictions on the theme; it can be a 'good luck poster', a self portrait of the young person if they were attending the game, a drawing of their favourite Antrim Senior Camogie Player or anything else they come up with.

The entries can be emailed to secretary.antrim@Camogie.ie or if you would prefer to post originals please contact me for an address.

Alternatively, originals can be provided to any member of the Antrim Executive Committee.
The closing date for entries is 2nd December 2020.

If clubs are able to collect posters we can arrange to have them picked up.

We will showcase entries on our Social Media Pages and a number of prizes will be awarded.

We hope you will get behind this and show the team that even in these strange times the entire County is behind them.
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2 hours ago

Naomh Éanna CLG

A chairde gael,

As you may be aware the Antrim Senior Camogie Team have reached the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Intermediate Final against Down, scheduled for 5th December 2020 at 3.45pm.

In the current circumstances no spectators are allowed to attend the game, nor are we able to have any open training sessions or press nights to promote the game. We do not want to miss the opportunity to inspire a younger generation and have decided to run a Poster Competition and ask you to encourage all of your younger members/pupils (girls and boys) to design a poster to wish the girls good luck in their final.

Our local schools could get involved

There are no restrictions on the theme; it can be a 'good luck poster', a self portrait of the young person if they were attending the game, a drawing of their favourite Antrim Senior Camogie Player or anything else they come up with.

The entries can be emailed to secretary.antrim@Camogie.ie or if you would prefer to post originals please contact me for an address.

Alternatively, originals can be provided to any member of the Antrim Executive Committee.
The closing date for entries is 2nd December 2020.

If clubs are able to collect posters we can arrange to have them picked up.

We will showcase entries on our Social Media Pages and a number of prizes will be awarded.

We hope you will get behind this and show the team that even in these strange times the entire County is behind them.
...

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