Eire Og, Minor County Champions 2014.

Eire Og 3-12 to Boherbue 1-10 was the final score in the Cork U18A  County Final at Mourne Abbey.
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At 1/2 time it was Boherbue 0-10 to Eire Og 1-06. Eimear Scally scored 1-05 in the first hal including a penalty after 12 minutes.
Boherbue Julie Dennehy scored 0-06, Kate Dennehy, Evie Casey, Beatrice Casey, Danielle O’ Connor all got one point each.
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In the second half Julie Dennehy scored 1-00.
Eimear Scally 1-03, Emma Cleary, Laura Cleary, Aoife Nic A Bhaird, Aine Cronin all one point each. Sub no 22 Kate Nagle scored a goal.
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Eire Og got a goal straight from the throw in at the start of the second half to take the lead by 2 points. Boherbue attached in waves, hitting the upright two times and kicked a lot of wides against the wind,
Eire Og were a lot more economical with the ball and took some great scores in the second half.

Cork LGFA U13 and U15 Details for Saturday,November 22nd

Saturday November 22nd

U13 – Players from all 4 divisions are asked to be at the CIT at 8:30am. This week’s session will continue until 12 noon so all girls are requested to bring water and a small lunch.

U15 – Training for players from all divisions continues at 2pm at the CIT.

Mourneabbey earn place in All Ireland Final

Mourneabbey earn place in All Ireland Final

On Sunday 16th November, Mourneabbey hosted Sarsfields, Mountmellick and this game was a feast of football from the off. There were hundreds of supporters there from all over Cork to support this Mourneabbey side on a historical day for the club reaching their first ever Senior Club All Ireland Semi Final.

The game started well for Mourneabbey with some fast & open football with Brid O’Sullivan, Maire O’Callaghan & Doireann O’Sullivan pointing and Mourneabbey edged 4 points up. Sarsfields had experience on their side and settled into the game and attacked to level the game. Mourneabbey pushed ahead again with another 3 points but Sarsfields answered to level the game. In the first 18 minutes, the sides were level all but 3 times which shows the quality and determinedness of both teams. Sarsfields looked dangerous near goal  in the first half but failed to finish and at half time the score was Mourneabbey 0-10 to Sarsfields 0-9.

On the restart, Mourneabbey turned it up a gear to produce an action packed second half. Sarsfields, Jenny McEvoy was sinbinned for a leg block resulting in a Laura Fitzgerald penalty belting the crossbar. A few minutes later,  Meabh O’Sullivan was sinbinned harshly after a 50/50 ball resulting in Sarsfields penalty. Wing forward,Roberta Harrington, bravely, stepped on the goal line to attempt a penalty save but Rachel Williams shot missed the mark. Mourneabbey then stepped up the tempo on the 44th minute with Brid O’Sullivan making a stunning run from the middle of the field to blast a goal to the top of the net. Unfortunately, Alison McEvoy got a facial injury defending this goal in a collision her team mate and was stretchered off the field. There was a 10 minute lull in play while an ambulance was arranged for the Sarsfields wing back. The Laois side did well on the restart and looked dangerous. Mourneabbey were defending tenaciously but with Ciara O’Sullivan sinbinned in the closing minutes, it looked like the Laois side were on an upward surge. Tracey Lawlor kicked two frees in the final minutes but Sarsfields didn’t get a shot at a vital goal. Mourneabbey grasped this well deserved victory and the game finished 1-14 to 0-15. There were outstanding performances all over the field on the day with CathyAnn Stack, Brid O’Sullivan, Roisin O’Sullivan, Doireann O’Sullivan & Aisling O’Sullivan featuring.
There were scenes of joy and relief at the final whistle as Mourneabbey booked an All Ireland Final spot against the Donegal & Ulster champions, Termon on 30th November. The venue & time are yet to be announced but TG4 will be showing deferred coverage of the game.

Mourneabbey Scorers: Doireann O’Sullivan 0-5, Laura Fitzgerald 0-4, Bríd O’Sullivan 1-1, Ciara O’Sullivan 0-2, Maire O’Callaghan and Roberta Harrington 0-1 each

Sarsfields Scorers: Tracey Lawlor (0-9, 0-8f), Laura Marie Maher, Ciara Burke & Clare Conlon (0-2 each)
Team: Meabh O’Sullivan, Sandra Conroy, CathyAnn Stack, Aisling O’Sullivan, Rebecca Larkin, Roisin O’Sullivan, Eimear Meaney, Maire O’Callaghan, Niamh O’Sullivan, Ciara O’Sullivan, Brid O’Sullivan, Roberta Harrington, Kathryn Coakley, Laura Fitzgerald, Doireann O’Sullivan

Subs: Katie Healy for R Larkin(43), Emma Forde for K Coakley and Miriam O’Callaghan for R Harrington(48), Eimear Harrington for N O’Sullivan(54), Caoimhe Moore, Emma Coakley, Emer Browne, Jolene Forde, Aoife Walsh, Grainne Twomey, Anne Marie Ruby, Laura Crowley, Caoilfhinn Brophy, Sarah O’Driscoll, Sile O’Callaghan

Management Team: Shane Ronayne, Dominic Gallagher

Medics: Kira O’Sullivan & Kathleen Browne

Physio: Laura Harrington

November 2014 – Player of the Month – Aoife Clifford, Boherbue

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Aoife Clifford Age 16 comes from Ballydesmond, Co. Cork and plays Ladies Football with Boherbue Ladies Football Team. Aoife normally plays in the half back line but has also lined out at Centre field.She is currently in 6th Year at Boherbue Comprehensive School and will sit her Leaving Certificate in June 2015.
She was on the Cork U16 panel in 2013 that won the All-Ireland Final defeating Dublin at Birr, Co. Offaly and was on the Cork U18 team that were runners up in the All-Ireland Final to Galway in 2014.
Other Honours;
2012 County Junior A League & Championship
2012 Munster Junior Club winners & Munster 7 a side winners
2012 All-Ireland Club Junior A runners up
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2013 County Intermediate League & Championship
2013 Munster Intermediate Club winners
2013 All-Ireland U16 winner with Cork
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2014 Cork County Schools Junior A medal with Boherbue Comprehensive School.
2014 U18 All-Ireland runner up medal with Cork

Mourneabbey qualify for All-Ireland Final

Mourneabbey qualified for an All-Ireland Senior Club final today when they defeated Sarsfields of Laois in the semi-final by 1-14 to 0-15. Well done to all involved and best of luck in the final.