Report and Photographs: Courtesy of Elaine Kelly
There’s a busy weekend of Ladies football championship this weekend with the Junior and Intermediate finals down for decision in Ballymena on Saturday and the Senior final between St. Paul’s and Moneyglass scheduled for Musgrave Park on Sunday.
We are looking for some info on the teams taking part in the finals on Saturday so we can post a preview but we are experiencing difficulty. If your team is playing in the junior or intermediate finals let us know 1) Name of your team. 2) who you are playing. 3) Who you beat on the way to the final. 4) Who are your key players? Reply asap and help us promote your finals.
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St Ergnats 7-08 St Pauls 1-03
The first of the U14 semi-finals were played on Thursday night with reigning champions, Moneyglass proving too strong for St. Paul’s as the St. Ergnat’s girls aim for two titles on the trot.
St. Ergnat’s U14 girls marched on to the Championship Final as they overcame St Paul’s. This was a good game but the girls in blue, who were last year’s champions, made their intentions clear right from the start and looked winners from early in the game.
Kilmacud Girls Recognised
St Marys Grammar Magherafelt were delighted to acknowledge the massive achievement of their four Moneyglass players who are pupils at the school, Aoife Kelly, Sarah O’Neill, Maria O’Neill and Ciara Scullin. These girls along with the rest of their team and coaches Sarah Mc Cann Anna McCann Ní Ciara Cait and Justin McErlain collected their 3rd All Ireland title in 2 years recently. The latest of these came on Saturday in Dublin at the Kilmacud’s All Ireland 7’s. This is the 1st time ever the cup has been won by a team from the North. Congratulation girls to you and the rest of your team mates!