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posted 10 Apr 2012, 14:56 by Edenderry GAA

Ladies Under 12 Championship

The ladies Under 12 team kicked off their championship against Rhode on Wednesday evening in Rhode. Edenderry have a huge pool of players at this level and we had a panel of 26 on the night all of whom played some active part in the game. After a great battle the girls eventually won the game on a scoreline of 2-3 to 6 points. The game was an even contest throughout with the goals for Edenderry separating these 2 great teams in the end. Well done to Fiona , Liz and all the girls and parents who turned up, very encouraging to see so many eager and enthusiastic young ladies at this level. The girls will play St. Vincents in their next game. The panel was as follows: Aisling Blong, Angela Brady, Aoibheann McAndrew, Aoife Kavanagh, Ashley Farrelly, Caragh McBride, Chloe Cronin, Chloe Pearson,   Dawn O’Brien, Emily Lawton, Ellen O’Connell, Jasmine Rowe, Jessie Brereton, Joanne Lynch, Katie Rickard, Lucy O’Neill, Megan Callan, Niamh Brady, Rachel Kellaghan, Rachel O’Reilly, Rebecca McDonnell, Rhea Kelly, Saoirse Ankers, Sarah Rickard, Shaunalee Cooney, Tori Fennessy O’Brien.

Ladies Under 16 Championship

 

Our under 16 girls played the second game of their championship against Naomh Ciaran in Ferbane on Tuesday last April 3rd.  After defeating Rhode in their first game the girls were expecting a tough battle from this improving Naomh Ciaran team but in the end the Edenderry ladies ran out easy and convincing winners. Edenderry were out of the blocks early and by half time had built up a healthy lead of 2-6 to 2 points with goals from Shauna Ward and Roisin Hurley. Naomh Ciaran upped their game early in the second half scoring 1-1 without replay but Edenderry found another gear for the rest of the game and two further goals from Roisin and one from Shauna left the final score at an impressive 5-11 to 1-5. This was a tremendous all round performance by each and every player used and augurs well for the year ahead with the team going for the championship 3 in a row having won it for the last years. Our 2 substitutes Sarah and Sarah even joined in on the scoring which meant that all the starting forwards aswell as both subs contributed to the scoring in what was a great team performance. The player of the match award had a clear winner with Roisin Hurley having the game of her life contributing 3-3 aswell as covering every blade of grass on the pitch, well done Roisin.. The win was even more impressive considering the team was missing a number of players including 2 of our county girls Shauna Farrelly and Rebecca Gorman. Well done to the girls and the management team and thank you to all the parents and supporters who travelled to support the girls. Team was as follows: Isobel Leddin, Emma Brady, Danielle Kavanagh, Orla Whelan, Nicole Farrelly, Abbey Yusef, Ciara Brady, Ciara O’Connnor, Niamh O’Connor, Jade Oglesby, Megan Moore, Claire Connolly, Hazel O’Brien, Shauna Ward, Roisin Hurley.

Subs: Sarah Lawton for Hazel O’Brien and Sarah Cummins for Abbey Yusef.

Fixtures

Under 10: The Under 10 ladies next game will be this Saturday week April 14th against Leixlip in Leixlip at 12.00.

Under 16: After winning their first 2 games impressively the Under 16 ladies team will be their third game of the championship against St.Rynaghs in Edenderry on Monday next April 16th.

Nursery Training:

Our Girls outdoor Nursery Training season commences outdoors in the GAA field this Friday April 13th at 4.00 -5.00pm for the Under 12s and 6.00-7.00pm for the under 10s (please note change of time for the Under 12s). We welcome new players who would like to come along and enjoy good weather whilst getting some valuable exercise. 

County teams

The Offaly ladies Under 14 and Under 16 teams continued their Leinster Championship campaigns last weekend in Park, Rathiniska in Portlaoise. Both teams played Kilkenny a county who are doing alot of good work at ladies underage level and tough games were expected. The Under 14 team won their game on a scoreline of 4-8 to 1-5 and on the panel from Edenderry was Orla Whelan, Eimear Lawless, Sarah Cummins, Maeve Brereton and Nicole Farrelly. The Under 16 team had a much stiffer challenge but eventually came through on a scoreline of 1-9 to 1-2 and Edenderry were represented by Ciara Brady, Ciara O’Connor, Nicole Farrelly and Danielle Kavanagh whilst Rebecca Gorman with Shauna Farrelly were absentees for this one. Both teams have now played 3 games and remain undefeated which is a very impressive start and augurs well for the season ahead.

Well done St Marys:

All at Edenderry Ladies GAA were delighted with the All Ireland Colleges football success of St. Mary’s SecondarySchool and would like to say a big well done and many congrats to the boys on their magnificent achievement onSaturday last. Your School, the town of Edenderry and your Communities were all very proud of you. Particularmention to Emmet and his management team who had the lads in wonderful shape and playing football of the highest level which was a joy to behold.

 

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