Clare Camogie

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PK Travel Senior Championship

At Clooney GAA:

St Josephs 1-4 Scariff Ogonnelloe 1-12

A strong start to the second half laid the foundations for this first round championship win for Scariff/Ogonelloe at Clooney on Saturday evening. The first half was a relatively even affair with East Clare side scoring the opening point with a free from Mairead Scanlan, before Erin Hennessy replied from a free ten minutes later. Hannah Meaney goaled for the parish midway through the half. Minutes later, Mairead Scanlan and Aoife Power pointed to leave the minimum between the sides. St. Joseph's Louise Woods added one more before the break to leave the scoreline 1-2 to 0-3.
Scariff/Ogonnelloe returned in determined mood after the half time break with a goal inside the opening minute, Roisin O'Brien having won the first ball and sent it into the full forward line, where Danielle Sheedy struck to the back of the net.Erin Hennessy replied with a point, but Scariff/Ogonnelloe responded with three unanswered points from Scanlon and the Daly sisters Susan and Lynda heading into the final ten minutes. Erin Hennessy pointed a free in the 23rd minute but the winners had opened up an eight point advantage at the final whistle through strong displays from Scanlan, Aoife Power and Ciara Doyle to seal victory. Strong performances on the day for St. Josephs from Aisling McMahon, Sarah Hoey, Megan O'Brien, Erin Hennessy and Laura Hayes.
Scariff Ogonnelloe: Aisling Corbett; Susan Daly, Marian Rodgers, Sarah Skelly; Ciara Doyle, Alison Madden, Shannon McNamara; Roisin O'Brien, Holly McGee; Lynda Daly, Mairead Scanlon, Rachel Maloney; Aoife Power, Rachel Minogue, Sarah O'Donnell 
Subs: Danielle Sheedy for Sarah O'Donnell, Leanne Horan for Rachel Maloney.
St. Josephs: Ann Marie McGann; Orla Moloney, Megan O'Brien, Kate Dillon; Fiona Tuohy, Sarah Hoey (Capt), Siofra Ní Chonaill; Erin Hennessy (0-3), Hannah Meaney (1-0); Laura Hayes, Aisling McMahon, Louise Woods (0-1); Mary O' Connor, Vanessa Meaney, Caoimhe Hoey.
Subs: Amy Lenihan for Hannah Meaney (inj), Aisling Hannon for Mary O'Connor.
Referee: Kevin Walsh Wolf Tones.


At Shannon Camogie

Inagh Kilnamona 2-11 Truagh Clonlara 0-6

At Newmarket on Fergus GAA:

Clooney Quin 2-14 Kilmaley 2-7

At Clooney GAA:

Kilkishen/Bodyke 1-3 Newmarket on Fergus 1-18


Intermediate Championship

Eire Og 7-16 Corofin 0-2

Clarecastle/Ballyea 4-7 Broadford 0-7



Junior A Championship

Tulla 6-14 Kilmaley 1-4

Tulla got off to a winning start in the first round of the junior A championship when they easily overcame a game, but, depleted Kilmaley side in ideal conditions in Dr. Daly Park on a  scoreline of 6-14 to 1- 4.

The winners will be happy to have got the points and had a good look at some fringe players with a view to the rest of the competition.

Tulla: Valerie Hogan; Chloe Crowe, Aoife Conlon, Aine O'Callaghan; Aoife Floyd, Lisa Meehan; Sinead Conlon, Sherena McGrath; Kaylee Cahill, Tara Gleeson; Bridin Dinan, Aisling Hunt

Kilmaley: Chloe Neylon; Rebecca Cahill, Emma Pyne, Rebecca Connellan; Nora O'Rourke, Fia Coote; Lana Browne, Orla Killeen; Aisling Cahill, Aine Ronan; Eimear Kennedy, Ailbhe McNamara




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