Kilruane Camogie News
Training continues in preparation for the Munster league, panel will be notified by text of training times.
Munster League Fixtures
The Munster league is due to get underway on Friday 6th June with the first match in Cloughjordan at 8pm against Truagh/Clonlara. The other fixtures are:- 13th June away to Kilkishen Clare, 20th June away to Newmarket-on-Fergus Clare, 27th June home to Valley Rovers Cork, 4th July away to Toomevara.
Commiserations to the Tipperary Intermediate team on their defeat by Cork in the Munster Intermediate Final on Saturday last in Kilmallock. Kilruane were represented by Fiona Ryan who captained the team as well as Roisin Cahill, Sarah Coonan and Mary Walsh.
All over here in Kilmallock and Cork are Munster Intermediate Champions 2014 with a 1-9 to 0-3 win over Tipperary. #munfinals
Training continues on Saturday mornings at 11am in Ardcroney.
Commiserations to the U14’s who lost out on a place in the Championship County Final to Silvermines by the narrowest of margins on Tuesday last 20th May in The Ragg.
The earlier heavy rain showers had cleared to give a fine evening for the match.
Kilruane started on fire scoring 2-1 in the first six minutes of the match, a goal from Catherine Tighe and 1-1 from Amy Quinlisk. Silvermines responded with 3 points from play before Amy Quinlisk scored a point from a free to put Kilruane 5 points ahead. Silvermines got into their momentum and finished up the first half the stronger team scoring 1-3 unanswered to bring the half-time score to Kilruane 2-2 Silvermines 1-6. In the second half, Silvermines put the pressure on from the restart, scoring 1-2 in the first ten minutes. Mickela McGrath pulled on a ball on the edge of the square to score a goal and Silvermines responded with a point from a 45. At the other end of the field, Amy Quinlisk scored a point from a free before Mickela McGrath was in the right place to pull on another ball to score her second goal of the match. This score put the teams level with less than 10 minutes left. There was intense pressure on both teams backs as the ball moved from end to end. Just on full-time, Silvermines scored a point from a free to put them one point ahead. From the puck out, Kilruane won possession but try as the might, they could not break down the Silvermines defence and into injury time, a great save by the Silvermines goalie and two wides put an end to the U14’s championship campaign for 2014. Team: Orla Molloy, Ali Mulcahy, Tara Lillis, Aoife Sullivan, Aoife Coffey, Laura Shinners, Sophie O’Neill, Cliodhna Nevin, Louise Torpey, Mickela McGrath (2-0), Michaela Lillis, Amy Quinlisk (1-3), Meadhbh Heenan, Catherine Tighe (1-0), Bonny Conroy. Subs: Leah Heffernan, Molly O’Brien, Katie Gould, Clodagh Healy, Ellie Hannon, Amy Hill, Tara O’Brien, Katie O’Meara. Training continues weekly in preparation for the U14 and U15 leagues which will be starting shortly.
The next fixture for the U13’s was due to be played in Cloughjordan on Tuesday last 27th against Nenagh, match report next week. The remaining fixtures are:- 3rd June v Newport, 10th June v Annacarthy and date to be reconfirmed for the Drom match.
Kilruane are represented by seven players at the U13 Tipperary Academy :- Ali Mulcahy, Orla Molloy, Mickela McGrath, Bonny Conroy, Laura Shinners, Louise Torpey and Cliodhna Nevin.
Training continues every Wednesday evening in Ardcroney from 6.30 – 7.30pm.
U6, U8 and U10
Training continues every Wednesday evening in Ardcroney from 6.30 – 7.30pm. The U10’s travelled to Puckane on Wednesday last to play Kildangan, well done to all the girls who played so well. Thanks to Kildangan for their hospitality on the night. New members welcome. All team management and players are reminded to pay their membership fees as soon as possible so that they can be registered and insured to train and play with the club.