St. Oliver Plunkett’s are girl’s champions

Allianz Ireland South West South West Cumman Na Bunscoil indoor girls football

St Oliver Plunkett’s Toome overcame 14 other schools to be crowned Allianz Ireland South West Antrim Cumman Na Bunscoil indoor girls champions. On the day over 100 girls were involved in an excellent display of football from start to finish.

In the group stages St Oliver Plunkett’s came through undefeated with some high scores accumulated. The race for second place in the group and semi-final qualification was nail biting with Creggan eventually coming out on top on goal difference above Moneynick.

Over on the other court an abacus was almost required to work out qualification, Mount St Michael’s Randalstown were the clear leaders but a group of schools were competing vigorously for second place, namely Ballymacricket, St Brigid’s Ballymena, Millquarter and St Comgall’s. St Comgall’s eventually emerged in second place.

The semi-finals saw a local derby between Mount St Michael’s and Creggan with Mount St Michael’s victorious in a tight affair. In the other semi-final St Oliver Plunkett’s eventually overcame an excellent challenge from St Comgall’s, who were inspired by an amazing goalkeeping performance.

In a tight and hard fought but fair final the girls from Toome emerged on a scoreline of 2-0.

Well done to all involved in a brilliant days football. 

St. Oliver Plunkett’s P.S, Toome winners of the girl’s Cumann Na mBunscoil indoor blitz at Antrim Forum.

Mt St Michaels- Randalstown

St Comgall’s Antrim A & B

Creggan P.S

St Brigid’s P.S Ballymena

St Colmcilles P.S Ballymena

Ballymacricket P.S Glenavy

St Joseph’s P.S Crumlin

Tannaghmore P.S

Gael Scoil Glenn Darrach

Millquarter P.S

Mary Queen of Peace Glenravel

Moneynick P.S.

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