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Ladies Notes

posted 23 Apr 2012, 02:41 by Edenderry GAA
Edenderry Ladies GAA Weekly Notes  


Edenderry U 14 Ladies 4:07  Killiegh U 14 Ladies 1:01

Edenderry under 14 ladies travelled to Killiegh on Sunday last to play their long awaited first game in the championship against Killiegh. This would be the first time a lot would have played together, and the bad conditions were not going to help, but Edenderry girls started very strong. Controlling the midfield with Emer Lawless and  Nicole Farrelly and with all the pressure coming from Edenderry Katie Mae Farrell open the scoring with a goal followed by a point. At this stage Edenderry were forced to replace their keeper Lauryn Oglesby (injured ) with Moya Quinlan who proved to be a good deputy. Before half time Edenderry put up further scores from Muirainn Lawton and  Nicole Farrelly to leave the half time score 3:05 to 1:00. At this stage Edenderry introced further substitues with Senna Collins replacing Ashling Kelleher,Lauren Cully for Julia Lawless, Alice O Neill for  Ciara Lawton and Fiona Harte for Katie Mae Farrell, Edenderry went on to score a further goal from Soirse O Connell and Point from Emer Lawless. There was no let up in the wind and rain so the Referee Martin Carty decided enough was enough and blew the final whistle early, to leave the final score Edenderry 4:07 Killiegh 1:01  

Team Sheet: Lauryn Oglesby, Sarah Cummins, Orla Whelan, Laura Whelan, Terry O Reilly, Sally Corcoran, Julia Lawless, Emer Lawless (0:01), Nicole Farrelly,(0:03) Ciara Lawton, Muirainn Lawton (2:02), Meave Brereton, Ashling Kelleher,Soirse O Connell (1:00), Katie Mae Farrell (1:01).

Subs: Alice O Neill, Senna Collins, Lauren Cully, Fiona Harte, Moya Quinlan.


New Coaches

The Under 14 ladies team are delighted to welcome on board as coaches two of our brightest young stars Orla Kelly and Cormac Hurley. Both Orla and Cormac are already part of their respective senior panels and bring a great freshness and youthfulness to the ladies set up and we look forward to their valuable input in this important Feile age group of players.


Feile Update

As part of our Feile Fundraising campaign our next fundraiser will be a race night which will be in the Oak Wood Inn on Saturday May 12th.  There will be music and finger food on the night as well as the expected banter and goodwill that makes a race night a good night out so make sure to add to your diary. Please see our website and Facebook for further updates


Nursery Training:

Our Girls outdoor Nursery Training continues outdoors in the GAA field each Friday from 4.00 -5.00pm for the Under 12s (girls born in 2000 and 2001) and 6.00-7.00pm for the under 10s (girls born in 2002-2006). For all players aged 8 and under the fabulous Cuz Redz will also be commencing on Saturday May 12th in the GAA field at 10.30am. Last year’s Cul Redz was a great success and enjoyed by a huge number of boys and girls and we hope to make this year even bigger and better.