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TBC Fé 16 B League Cloyne Carrigtwohill
10-Mar-13 Fé 16 B League Fermoy (B) Fermoy
TBC Fé 16 B League St. Colmans Carrigtwohill

 

 

       

Date

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8th Nov East Cork Final Inch Rovers Carrigtwohill 0-3 Inch Rovers 1-5
       
2nd Nov East Cork Semi Final Fermoy Carrigtwohill 1-7 Fermoy 0-5
       
28th Oct East Cork plate final Youghal Carrigtwohill 2-12 Youghal 3-3
       
28th Aug League Erin's Own  
       
8th May League St. Colmans Carrigtwohill 5-5 St Colmans 2-8
       
  League Watergrasshill Carrigtwohill 2-5 Watergrasshill 0-4
       
  League Inch Rovers Carrigtwohill 2-3 Inch Rovers 7-6
       
24th Feb League Na Phiarsaigh Na Phiarsaigh 1-2   Carrigtwohill 6-4 
       
9th Feb League Lisgoold Carrigtwohill 6-7 Lisgoold 5-8
       
       

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East Cork League Perpetual Shield Final v Youghal in Carrigtwohill on Monday 28th October 2013

Carrigtwohill 2-12 Youghal 3-03

Carrigtwohill U16 ladies’ long season started early under a wet February sky. As a consequence of our strong performance in the league, we qualified for the Perpetual Shield Final against Youghal, with whom we had drawn earlier in the year.  The game did not start well.  We lost the toss and so we were playing against the wind (the tail end of St Jude’s savage storm) and with heavy ground underfoot. Time to pray to St Jude? In the first half our back line were under severe pressure and Youghal scored three goals including a penalty. It could have been more except for the strong defence displayed by Carrig. Thankfully our forwards and midfield kept plugging away and we were rewarded with some sublime points. The match finished at half time 3-2 to 6 points in favour of Youghal.  It looked like an uphill battle for the second half.


Seat belts on and  foot on the pedal! The second half began at a frantic pace. The 6 point lead was to be turned on its head in as many minutes, with 2 goals  and a point from  Carrig to put Carrig a point up. “Aim for the cross bar “ shouted Ger Barry as Carrig piled on the pressure upfront. Further points were taken througout the game, but at no time did Carrig feel they had the game won and only when the final whistle was blown could the players, mentors and supporters relax. Anyone selling soothing throat lozengers would have made a fortune. The final score 2-12 to 3-3 to Carrigtwohill. A game hard won against equally determined opposition. At last a fitting reward for all 22 players for the long hard season of training with many  highs and lows. Fantastic team performance by all, well done ladies. The team marches on Playing Fermoy  in the East Cork Championship next Saturday the 2nd of November at 12.30 in Carrig.


Carrig Panel - Zoe O‘Hanlon, Jessica Conroy, Emily Horgan, Amy Barry, Claire Doran, Laura Hinchcliffe, Hannah Kierans, Niamh Olden, Anna O Mahoney , Katie Cull, Carol O’Donoghue, Caleigh Boland ,Ciara Brennan, Róisín O’Driscoll, Chloe Barry, Lisa O’Hanlon, Sarah Flynn, Aisling Crowley, Susan Higgins,Emily Daly, Sarah Warren, Latisha Moriarty.

 

 

 

League v v Na Phiarsaigh on Sunday 24th February 2013

Na Phiarsaigh 1-2   Carrigtwohill 6-4   

Carrigtwohill U16 Ladies made it 2 wins from 2. After a  slow start by carrig ,saw our back line and keeper having to work hard to keep Na Phiarsaigh scoreless in the opening minutes.Carrig grew in confidence after the first goal was scored and from here on controlled the pace of the game.Carrig scores came from a combination of good team work, smart use of the ball and a strong desire to win. All 17 players were used and contributed well to the score line.

 

Team - Emily Horgan, Niamh Olden, Hannah Kierans, Latisha Moriarty, Lisa O' Hanlon, Caleigh Boland, Anna O' Mahony, Zoe O' Hanlon, Susan Higgins, Sarah Flynn, Aisling Crowley, Ciara Brennan, Emily Daly, Sarah Grimes, Sarah Warren, Claire Doran, Carol O' Donoghue.

 

 

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