St Mary's College

Junior Camogie Final

27-January-23
Junior Camogie Final

27/01/22 - Junior Camogie Final - St Mary’s College Naas vs Dominicans Santry:

Reporter: Sophie Kirwin

First half:

St Mary’s started off to a great start with Neasa McPhillips winning the throw in from Midfield. The ball got sent down the field with superb defending from Saoirse Greene and Rachel Byrne. Dominicans have a very strong side, but it is not stopping St Mary’s. Very strong tackles from Anna Coburn. Great block from Laoise Ní Bhrían which brings the ball back up the pitch. A great shot for goal by the opponent team,5 minutes in, but our excellent and determined Goalkeeper, Keela Dunphy, stopped it comfortably. Goal for opponent team, first score of game. Free for Mary’s, after great tackling and fighting from Luli O Sullivan Clavo. Rebecca Mc Dermott scored a great point from the 21-meter line which leads the score line to ST Mary’s 0-1, Dominicans 1-0. Fantastic goal from Anna Coburn, putting St Mary’s back into the game with a score like of 1-3 to 1-1 to Dominicans. Keela Dunphy has had a superb half of camogie saving bullet like shots in goals. Half time score: 4-6 to 1-1 to Dominicans, still a great game of camogie from both sides . 

Second half:

Game started off with a free followed by a great point from Rebecca Mc Dermott. Another free followed shortly after, from a great defense from Mairead O Sullivan Clavo. Rebecca Mc Dermott took the free excellently and scored a point. The ball has been kept up the Pitch for St. Mary’s in the second half, there is much better attacking play. An unbelievable goal was scored by Luli O Sullivan after a great ball in by Ciara Ryan. Within 2 minutes later Kate O Dare scored an excellent goal while being surrounded by 4 Dominican Players. The St Mary’s defenders are all playing their heart out with superb blocks from Aoife Keane and Rachel Byrne. Another point from Ciara Ryan, 15 minutes into the Second half , St Mary’s are most certainly still in the game . Ciara Ryan made a great Run for the puck out and pucked it into Rebecca McDermott who put it straight through the posts. 10 minutes left to go. A free was taken by Neasa Mc Phillips, which dropped straight into goal . Final whistle, Dominicans took the victory today with 4-11 to 4-6 to St Mary’s , a superb comeback. Hard luck to the girls but they did us all so proud. 

Jun
05 2024
State Exams
Aug
22 2024
1st Years first day in St Mary's - meet in Assembly Hall at 11.15am
Aug
22 2024
2nd Yrs - Return to School - Meet in Assembly Hall
Aug
23 2024
Leaving Cert Results out today
Aug
23 2024
3rd Yrs return to school - Meet in Assembly Hall w/YH
Enquire
Contact
St Mary's College,
Sallins Rd,
Naas West,
Naas,
Co. Kildare,
W91VW90

045 879 634



Rainbows
EU logo
Location
© 2024 St Mary's College