Kilruane Camogie News
After a good start to the league the junior team have secured a County semi-final place. It is expected that this will take place over the June Bank Holiday weekend. Full turn-outs are expected at training in preparation for this.
Well done to the u14 team who have qualified for the county semi-final of the ‘B’ championship against Silvermines.
Camogie: u14 ‘B’ County semi-final, Kilruane v. Silvermines, Tuesday 22nd in Templederry
Our under 8 team travelled to Puckane to take on Kildangan in a practice match last week. Due to the large numbers of players on both panels, it was decided to play two matches at the same time. Well done to all the girls who played so well, showing off their defensive skills and goal-scoring ability. Panel: Tori Hogan, Emma Williams, Aoibhe Spillane, Emma Moroney, Nikita McGrath, Aisling Nevin, Kayla Heffernan, Grainne O’Meara, Sarah Loughnane, Amy McCarthy, Ciara McCarthy, Mikaela Reddan, Hannah Grace, Caoimhe Conroy, Kate Ryan, Christine Percy, Orna Daly, Aoibhe Meehan and Lynn Farrell. Thanks to Kildangan for providing refreshments for all the players after the matches. The next outing for the u8 team is a practice match against Shannon Rovers tonight (Wednesday) at 7pm in Ardcroney. They are out again next Saturday 26th in a County blitz in The Ragg camogie field at 10am.
Hard luck to Claire Kennedy, Lisa Cahill, Sarah Coonan, Mary Walsh and the Tipperary intermediate team who were unlucky to lose to Cork in their Munster semi-final at the weekend.
Good luck to Amy Quinlisk who lines out with the Tipperary Primary Game team this weekend. This is a great achievement for Amy and the club.
Best wishes to all club members who are making their First Holy Communion this weekend.
Date for your diary – a fundraiser for the u14 hurling team, who have qualified for Feile, will take place on Friday 1st June in Bomber’s Bar.