Junior Championship Winners 2011

Written by Kelly. Posted in Junior Team

Published on June 01, 2011 with

Manager: Stuart Conaty                     First Aid: Derek Curley                Team Mascot: Niamh Conaty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Championship Fixtures 2011

Championship Rules 2011

2011
Preliminary Moorefield 7-13Johnstownbridge 0-0127th July
Round 1MaynoothMoorefieldCalled Off
Round 2Moorefield 3-4Kill 1-417th August
Round 3Moorefield 4-7Nurney 3-329th August
Round 4Nurney 3-3Moorefield 4-729th August
Round 5KillMoorefieldCalled Off
Round 6MoorefieldMaynoothCalled Off
Semi-Final Moorefield 2-1Maynooth 2-025th September
FinalMoorefield 2-2Kill 1-515th October
Final ReplayMoorefield 1-9Kill 2-3Sunday 23rd October

 

1. Éadaoin Cummins
2. Sarah Bell
3. Michelle Curley
4. Niamh Mc Mullen
5. Fionnuala Kelly
6. Ciara Conaty
7. Niamh Doyle
8. Shauna Doyle
9. Dearbháil Kelly
10. Serena Donnelly
11. Clodagh Cummins
12. Ciara Cusick
13. Louise Mc Mullen
14. Aisling Curley
15. Éadaoin Barrett
16. Lesley Poole
17. Annemarie Gray
Match Report  

Junior B Championship Final Replay – Moorefield –v-  Kill

Donore, Sunday the 23rd of October 2011, throw in 2:30pm

Referee Ray Kelly

MOOREFIELD CROWNED JUNIOR B CAMOGIE CHAMPIONS IN GRIPPING ENCOUNTER.

Having finished all square a week earlier Kill and Moorefield took to the field once more to decide the Junior B Camogie Championship title. If the previous week was anything to go on this was going to be a gripping encounter and it lived up to its billing in what were difficult conditions.

Moorefield got off to the better start and were rewarded for a period of good possession in the Kill half with two points from Dearbháil Kelly. However, Moorefield were not going to have it all their own way and Kill took the game to Moorefield putting the Moore’s under sustained pressure for much of the latter part of the first half; Kill opened their account for the day with a goal and followed this with three fine points. Dearbháil Kelly of Moorefield kept the Moore’s account ticking over with a further point before the interval. The first half finished with Kill leading 1-03 to Moorefield’s 0-03.

Moorefield started the second half with renewed energy and were moving the ball well getting two early points from Dearbháil Kelly and Serena Donnelly. This was followed by a period of good pressure from Kill led by Gráinne Temple in the middle of the field with some fine runs from deep and despite the best efforts of the Moorefield defence Kill got their second goal when the ball was batted to the back of the net following a dangerous ball across the mouth of the goal.

Moorefield replied with some fine play and when Fionnualla Kelly released a wide ball to the left wing, Ciara Conaty gathered the ball and following a fine run down the left wing fired a high ball on goal finding the back of the net. Moorefield pressed on from here with Ciara Conaty causing Kill problems on the left wing with some fine runs, scoring a couple of points in quick succession and with another point from Dearbhail Kelly the Moore’s had gone into a two point lead.

With much of the play now in the Kill half it was Gráinne Temple for Kill who took the ball on leading some fine counter attacks but the Moorefield defence was not going to be broken down easily with Sara Bell, Niamh McMullen, Eadaoin Cummins and Aisling Curley putting in fine performances denying Kill any reward. Moorefield captain, Fionnuala Kelly and Niamh Doyle distributed quick ball from the defence to the Moorefield forwards Clodagh Cummins, Serena Donnelly, Louise McMullen and Ciara Cusick who were causing the Kill defence increasing problems and were unlucky not convert a few fine efforts. With the game still very much in the balance Moorefield’s Shauna Doyle, who had a solid performance in the middle of the field, released Ciara Conaty on another run down the left wing who finished with another fine point.

With Moorefield now three points ahead and a little over five minutes to play, Kill dug deep and through Gráinne Temple got the ball into the Moorefield half winning a free just outside the 45m line. Catriona Temple fired in a probing ball deep into the Moorefield defence but the Moorefield defence again stood strong, the ball eventually cleared but only for the Moore’s to concede another free at the 45m line. Catriona Temple again launched the ball at the Moorefield goal and this was followed by some sustained pressure but again the Moorefield defence defended well. With the clock almost run down Kill had a 20m free and with a goal now their only chance of forcing extra time Sara Cullen stood up to the mark and fired in a dangerous ball which the Moorefield defence confidently dealt with clearing their lines when the final whistle sounded. Moorefield deserving winners taking home the 2011 Junior B Championship title. Final score Moorefield 1-09, Kill 2-03.

Moorefield: Eadaoin Cummins, Sarah Bell, Niamh McMullen, Niamh Doyle, Fionnuala Kelly (Captain), Michelle Curley, Shauna Doyle, Dearbháil Kelly (0-05), Ciara Conaty (1-03), Serena Donnelly (0-01), Clodagh Cummins, Louise McMullen, Ciara Cusick, Aisling Curley, Eadaoin Barrett, Lesley Poole.