McArthur hits six and CPC book final place

Cross & Passion College Ballycastle scored a runaway win over St Mary’s Magherafelt in Monday’s Senior Colleges Camogie semi-final at Quinn Park, Ballymena.

With Cassie McArthur unplayable at full forward CPC raced to a 6-4 to 0-0 lead, McArthur getting four of them. St Mary’s got on the scoreboard when Kate Connery pointed from a free and they added another midway through the second quarter. However the Ballycastle girls pressed on and were 8-5 to 0-2 up the break.

The second half saw more of the same as CPC pushed on to a final meeting with St Louis on Saturday morning at 11am.


Catie Connolly, Eva Graham, Bríd Magill, Noele McAuley, Bronagh Magill, Fay McIntosh, Ellen McInosh, Fionuala Kelly, Orlagh Laverty, Nuala Devlin, Janey McIntosh, Aoibheann Donnelly, Shannagh Heggarty, Catie McArthur, Caoimhe McMullan.

St Mary’s Magherafelt

Sophie Donnelly, Anna McErlain, Catherine Cassidy, Aine Colgan, Emma McAteer, Emily Cullen, Niamh Boyle, Alexa Hastings, Amy-Rose Mulligan, Kate Connery, Maria O’Neill, Emma McNally, Ella McErlain, Sarrah O’Neill, Rachel Keenan.

Referee – Jerome McAllister (Dunloy)

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