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U12 Camogie

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Ian Nesbit ian.bernie@gmail.com 0869494061

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Tony Doyle

 

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Match Reports

U12 Camogie

31 October, 2015

Camogie Blitz in Cuala The U12 Camogie team played in a 4 team Dublin blitz in Cuala CLG, Sat 31 Oct. This was a great opportunity for us to play a variety of good camogie teams. First up, was Ballinteer St Johns, a skillful group of girls who pipped us by one goal despite the perseverance and energy of Pearl O’Connor and Kaleigh Broderick.          In the second game, we managed a more comprehensive win against a tenacious Roundtowers. Bray Emmets had found a better rhythm by that point, with Áine Farrell, Mary-Anne Aherne and Sarah Lambe rolling up their sleeves.  In the third game, defending against an unbeaten Cuala was our collective task. We were eager to prove we were the best team of the four, despite our shaky start.  Róisín Benville, Amy Butler, Saoirse Canavan made huge efforts for the cause, while a vital save by Erica Brierton facilitated a richly deserved, but narrow Bray Emmets victory. A very audible outpouring of joy from players and loyal followers rang through the Deansgrange air!  Bhain chuile dhuine an-sult is taitneamh as an gcomórtas seo.      Foireann: Áine Farrell, Amy Butler, Aoife Canavan, Eimear Timmons, Ellen O’Doherty, Erica Brierton, Kaleigh Broderick, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Olivia Kissane, Pearl O’Connor, Róisín Benville, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe. Bainisteoir -  Brian Lambe.       ...

U12 Camogie

26 September, 2015

Emmet Bhré  6-0 Vs Kilmacud   2-0 The U12 Camogie team fielded a large and strong 16 player panel for this eagerly awaited encounter with Kilmacud Crokes, Sat 26th Sept in a sun-drenched Páirc Emmet Bhré. The game got off to a lively start with Erica Brierton and Kaleigh Broderick working hard to gain possession for the hungry goal-scorers. Sarah Staunton and Olivia Kissane tackled bravely and harried, while Eimear Timmons, Madge Redmond and Sarah Lambe were quick and tidy with breaking ball. Bhí Larry Timmons agus na traenálaithe eile sona sásta ar an taobhlíne.   Foireann :  Sarah Staunton, Áine Farrell, Amy Butler, Catherine McGarry, Éabha Ó Céidigh Hayes, Eimear Timmons, Ellen O’Doherty (3-0), Erica Brierton, Fionnuala Crowley, Kaleigh Broderick, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne (1-0), Olivia Kissane, Pearl O’Connor (1-0), Róisín Benville (1-0), Sarah Lambe. Bainisteoir -  Brian Lambe.  ...

Under 12 Camogie

9 May, 2015

Bray Emmets Vs Kilmacud The U12 Camogie team played Kilmacud Crokes, Sat 9th May in a very sporting, free-flowing encounter.  The Stillorgan girls were skilful and capable as ever, so Bray had to work hard to stand shoulder to shoulder. Poppy Cotter brought off some great first-half saves to the delight of her defensive stalwarts Pearl O’Connor and Fionnuala Crowley. A highlight of the opening period was a great Ellen O’Doherty goal, assisted in no small way by Erica Brierton and the tenacious Áine Farrell. In the second-half, Bray continued to beaver away, Mary Anne Aherne and Kaleigh Broderick giving their last gasp for the cause.  Kilmacud however had other ideas and were the worthy winners at the end of a thoroughly enjoyable joust. Bhí traenálaithe Emmet Bhré, Larry Timmons ina measc, sona sásta le chuile rud. Foireann : Áine Farrell, Aoife Canavan, Catherine McGarry, Eimear Timmons, Ellen O’Doherty, Erica Brierton, Fionnuala Crowley, Kaleigh Broderick, Mary-Anne Aherne, Pearl O’Connor, Poppy Cotter, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sarah Staunton. Bainisteoir -  Brian Lambe.   ...

U12 Camogie

11 April, 2015

Bray emmets vs St Patrick’s Palmerston The U12 Camogie team played St Patrick’s Palmerston, Sat 11th April in their fourth Dublin fixture. On a windy afternoon, the hurling was hard work but the application of the girls never waned. From the throw-in, Ellen O’Doherty, Catherine McGarry and Aoife Canavan made valuable attacking contributions. Pearl O’Connor and Sarah Lambe commanded a gusty and competitive midfield. Bray had a comfortable half-time edge, which they steered on attentively until the final whistle rang out in Bray’s favour. Róisín Benville, Olivia Kissane and Erica Brierton were all excellent in the second-half. Bhí na traenálaithe, Eugene Canavan agus Larry Timmons, sona sásta leis an toradh.  Foireann : Amy Butler (0-1), Aoife Canavan, Catherine McGarry (1-0), Eimear Timmons, Ellen O’Doherty (3-0), Erica Brierton (1-0), Kaleigh Broderick, Olivia Kissane, Pearl O’Connor (2-0), Róisín Benville, Saoirse Canavan (2-0), Sarah Lambe (1-1), Sarah Staunton. Bainisteoir -  Brian Lambe.    ...

U12 Camogie

14 March, 2015

The U12 Camogie team played in St Anne’s, Bohernabreena on Sat 14th March.  Three games against good opposition, comprising of St Marks, Naomh Pádraig and hosts St Anne’s. The Bray girls were delighted with their winning performances. Míle buíochas le John Broderick a bhí mar bhainisteoir ar an lá.   Foireann : Áine Farrell, Amy Butler, Eimear Timmons, Erica Brierton, Fionnuala Crowley, Kaleigh Broderick, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Róisín Benville, Sarah Lambe....

U12 Camogie

24 May, 2014

The U12 Camogie team played against Commercials, Sat 24 May. The Rathcoole girls were a particularly strong and skilled side. Despite facing an ascent of the Matterhorn, Bray Emmets knuckled down and courageously undertook their challenge. Neasa Ryder and Úna Smierciak impressed with their defence, while Sarah Lambe and Laura McGarry combined well on a number of occasions. Sinéad Quigley also did very well when she moved into midfield, with tenacious support coming from Pearl O'Connor and Elena Ó Ceidigh. A final high point which merits inclusion was an exceptional high catch from the capable Emma Doyle. Míle buíochas do na tuismitheoirí a tháinig amach linn.  Foireann : Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Purcell, Elena Ó Ceidigh, Emma Doyle, Laura McGarry, Neasa Ryder, Pearl O'Connor, Rachel Messitt, Róisín Benville, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoirí ar an lá - Brian Lambe agus Larry Smierciak....

U12 Camogie

12 April, 2014

The U12 Camogie team played Naomh Ólaf on Sat 12th April. This was a lively, competitive match against a tall Sandyford side. However, the girls knuckled down and gave a hard-working display. Áine Farrell, Amy Butler and Pearl O'Connor combined to raise green flags, while Sarah-Lily Lynch and Caoimhe Byrne played vital roles in the engine-room. In the second-half, Saoirse Canavan's goal and Síofra Ní Mhidigh's masterclass at centre-back contributed significantly to a 4 point victory for Bray Emmets. Bhí an bua seo tuillte go mór againn.    Foireann : Áine Farrell (1-0), Amy Butler (1-0), Aoife Canavan, Caoimhe Byrne, Eimear Timmons, Emma Doyle, Fionnuala Crowley, Neasa Ryder, Pearl O'Connor (1-0), Róisín Benville, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan (1-0), Sarah Lambe (0-1), Sarah-Lily Lynch, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach.    ...

Under 12s Camogie

22 March, 2014

The U-12 Camogie team played a blitz in Naomh Ólaf on Sat 22nd March. It was a bitingly cold afternoon as the large assembled group went up against two St Judes selections. The Templeogue girls were strong, with admirable striking ability. While Laura McGarry, Mary-Anne Aherne, Síofra Ní Mhidigh and Úna Smierciak gave fine displays of commitment, the opposition were worthy eventual winners. Bhí Tomás agus Larry Smierciak an-sásta leis an taispeántas. Foireann: Áine Farrell, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Caoimhe Purcell, Eimear Timmons, Emma Doyle, Fionnuala Crowley, Jordan O'Brien, Laura McGarry, Mary-Anne Aherne, Neasa Ryder, Pearl O'Connor, Rachel Messitt, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sarah Lynch, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach....

Match Report: U-12 Camogie

9 November, 2013

On Saturday, 9th November, the U-12 Camogie team participated in the Gala Blitz run by Ballinteer St.Johns in Marlay Park. As well as the hosts, the girls were also scheduled to play against strong Dublin opposition in Kilmacud Crokes and Cuala. In the first game, Emmets faced the challenge of Kilmacud Crokes and after early scores from an energetic Laura Butler, the hard-working Shauna Ryan and Emma Doyle, Rachel Rice's excellent goals sealed victory for Bray in the second period. Next up was Cuala and again, players like Leah Carroll and Laura McGarry covered a lot of ground but second-half displays from Eleanor Carroll-Hayes and Sasha Ní Laoghaire also contributed to the Bray win. The final game against Ballinteer St.Johns again saw Bray dominate the opposition. Rachel Rice found the net several times while Sarah Lambe, Alannah Henry and Lauren Healy all produced noteworthy performances. Bhí na bainisteoirí thar a bheith sásta gur bhuaigh Emmet Bhré an comórtas seo.  Emmet Bhré U-12 :  Alannah Henry, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Emma Doyle (3-0), Eleanor Carroll-Hayes (1-1), Eva Cullen, Laura Butler (1-0), Laura McGarry, Lauren Healy, Leah Carroll (1-1), Rachel Rice (8-1), Sarah Lambe (1-0), Sasha Ní Laoghaire, Shauna Ryan (0-1), Shauna O'Kelly, Síofra Ní Mhidigh. Bainisteoirí - Anne Carroll agus Paul Ryan....

U12 Camogie gain the upperhand against Carnew

25 May, 2012

Bray Emmets U12 camogie team travelled to Carnew on Friday last for the latest round of the Wicklow U12 league. Great credit must go to both sides for sustaining an absorbing game in persistent rain and biting cold conditions. The Bray girls came out of the block quickly and a period of sustained pressure resulted in a fine point from a 65 free by Rachel Rice. A goal from the ever threating and impressive Ailbhe Byrne followed some sustained pressure by Molly Fitzgerald and Rachel Rice in midfield. A Carnew point soon followed but not before a second goal scored from the ever threatening Lauren Mc Kenna in the full forward position. Carnew added a goal before the break to leave the score at 2:01 to 1:01 to Bray. The second half started in frantic fashion when Bray powered ahead through a well taken goal from Ali Byrne who doubled on the sliotars in mid-flight. Carnew pulled a second goal back before Rachel Rice pointed from a long range effort on her half back line. A well taken point from play from Tricia Phelan put some level of comfort between the teams. The remaining minutes of match saw resurgence from Carnew who put the Bray back line under a lot of pressure which was expertly dealt with by Maeve O Doherty and Brona Murphy. It was a very brave performance from the Bray girls in the inclement conditions and particularly in a venue where few Bray team have been on the right side of the score line. Particular mention should go Olivia Duffy, Lauren Healy and Ailbhe Byrne who all impressed with their work rate and commitment throughout the match. Bray ran out eventual winner on a score line of 3:02 to 2:01. Team: Eleanor Hayes Carroll, Tricia Phelan, Molly Fitzgerald, Rachel Rice, Lauren Mc Kenna, Ali Byrne, Maeve O Doherty, Olivia Duffy, Ailbhe Byrne, Brona Murphy and Lauren Healy ...

U12 Camogie start league campaign

4 May, 2012

Bray Emmets U12 camogie team started their Wicklow U12 league campaign in Annacurra on Friday night with a two goal draw. The Bray girls were dominant across the pitch from 1 to 11 and had a remarkable number of goal and point scoring opportunities to put the game beyond any doubt. The game started with a Bray flourish and domination of the home opposition but scores were very hard to come by. A number of sorties into the Bray defence resulted in an undeserved lead for the home side at half time. Great goal keeping skills from Eleanor Hayes Carroll kept Bray in the match and ensured that a two goal lead was all Annacurragh took into the second half. The combined efforts of Molly Fitzgerald and Rachel Rice in midfield drove the team forward and ensured that heads were not allowed to drop coming to the break. Katie Baguley moved into the midfield position at the start of the second half and Bray quickly upped the tempo and a goal followed. An equalising goal was soon scored and for a while it looked like the flood gates would open. However, good defensive work by the home side and some wayward shooting by the visitors settled the score line. Commanding performances by Grace Brown and Maeve O Doherty at the back built a solid foundation for the team. This coupled with the work rate of Tricia Phelan, Molly Fitzgerald, Katie Baguley, Nicole Ryan and Daisy King in the midfield area kept constant pressure on the home side. Rachel Rice on her debut start stood out as she moved the ball effortlessly and with skill turning defence into attack at every opportunity. Lauren Mc Kenna and Ali Byrne works throughout the game and were a constant threat to the opposition goal. It was a very commanding performance by Bray and proved yet again that this team fails to accept defeat where ever they go. Even on a night when goals were hard to come by they scored what mattered and refused to leave empty handed. Team: Eleanor Hayes Carroll, Tricia Phelan, Grace Brown, Katie Baguley, Molly Fitzgerald, Daisy King, Rachel Rice, Lauren Mc Kenna, Nicole Ryan, Ali Byrne and Maeve O Doherty, ...

U12 camogie V Roundtowers

21 April, 2012

A great second half display by the Bray Emmets U12 camogie team resulted in a great victory over Roundtowers in the Dublin league on Saturday. Trailing by a goal at halftime Emmets lost their inspirational forward Jane Butler to a serious hand injury in virtually the first play of the second half. Now a player and a goal down Bray faced an uphill battle to get back into the game. However each and every one of the team put their shoulders to the wheel to kick start a fantastic comeback.First to strike for the Emmets was Tricia Phelan. Showing her Kilkenny and Tipperary pedigree she rifled a 65 to the net to rock Roundtowers back on their heels. This score inspired her team mates and Emmets competed brilliantly all over the pitch. Playing some fantastic ground hurling the Emmets were now in the ascendency. In goals Olivia Duffy distributed superbly with her puck outs. The full backline of Grace Brown and Lauren Healy defended resolutely and expelled every Roundtowers attack. At half back Shauna Ryan and Eve Murphy attacked every breaking ball. In midfield Clare Benville and Olivia Mc Garry covered a huge amount of ground and ensured that there was a steady supply of ball into Tricia Phelan, Katie Baguley and Lauren Mc Kenna in the forwards. Emmets needed to turn pressure into a score and Olivia Mc Garry duly obliged. She latched onto a lose Roundtowers clearance and showing great technique arrowed a fabulous strike to the net to push Emmets ahead. The inevitable Roundtowers backlashes came but try as they might they could not breakdown the Emmets defence. With Olivia Duffy now freed to midfield and Emmets players working tirelessly all over the pitch they pushed on to try and get further score. After some great team work goal poacher supreme Lauren Mc Kenna pounced for a third goal to kill off the game. By that stage all the Bray Emmets players had played in different positions around the pitch showing great adaptability. At the final whistle Jane and her exhausted team mates celebrated a famous victory. A victory which showed the true fighting spirit of this U12 squad. Team: Eve Murphy, Lauren Healy, Shauna Ryan, Tricia Phelan, Grace Brown, Katie Baguley, Clare Benville, Olivia Duffy, Olivia Mc Garry, Jane Butler, Lauren Mc Kenna ...

Wicklow Camogie mini blitz

31 March, 2012

Bray played the second round of the Wicklow mini blitz in Arklow Rocks grounds on Saturday. The Bray girls kept their unbeaten run in Wicklow intact with three fine wins over Arklow Rocks, Carnew and Kilcoole, respectively. Credit must to go the Arklow club for their organisation and management of the day. Well done to all. ...

Wicklow Camogie mini blitz

24 March, 2012

Bray played Kilcoole and Glenealy in Emmet Park on Saturday last in the start of the Wicklow U12 camogie league. In the first match the bray girls fought a determined Kilcoole side to win by a margin of two goals. The second game against Glenealy was a tighter affair which resulted in a draw in a match that could have went any way. ...

U12 Camogie host Dublin mini-blitz

24 March, 2012

Bray Emmets hosted the final Dublin mini-blitz on Saturday afternoon. Five team took part including Cuala, Naomh Olaf, Naomh Padraig and St Judes. Bray played St Judes in a very competitive match to lose out by a single goal. The second game pitched Bray against Nh Olaf the match went down to the wire with Bray winning by a goal. The final game paired Bray against Cuala in an end to game where both defences were well on top. A fine point from the Cuala No.8 sealed the game for the Dalkey club. ...

Camogie U12 Dublin League (Cluster Blitz)

25 February, 2012

Played: Cuala, Nh Olaf and St Judes A squad of 22 players turned out in Pearse Park in Crumlin on Saturday to play in the first of the cluster blitz for the Dublin U12 Camogie league. Bray played a very strong Cuala team in the first match and managed through sheer determination and team play to outwit our local rivals and score a much deserved win. Bray Emmets 2:01, Cuala 1:01. The second blitz pitted a different team against Nh Olaf who are always well organised and dangerous from broken play. The Bray Emmet girls again showed great will power and defensive play to earn a valuable no score draw. In the final match Bray played St Judes and got off to a flying start with two goals in the first 6 minutes. The Bray girls dominated the remainder of the first half and should have doubled the score before the break. The second half brought a cluster of changes as substitutes were drafted in across the team. St Judes fought back gallantly but Bray held on to earn a 2:0 to 0:0 win. Team: Emily Devenney, Eve Murphy, Lauren Healy, Leah Carroll, Shauna Ryan, Laura Butler, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Tricia Phelan, Grace Brown, Katie Baguley, Clare Benville, Brona Murphy, Olivia Duffy, Olivia Mc Garry, Nicole Ryan, Daisy King, Lauren Cotter, Liadain Ni Dhunaigh, Doireann Ni Dhunaigh, Allie Byrne, Jane Butler, Meabh Moylan, Maeve O' Doherty, ...

U12 Camogie-Winter Blitz 18/02/12 Report

18 February, 2012

The 4 th series of the winter blitz featured teams from Cuala, Naas, Kilmacud Crokes, Nh Olaf, Ballinteer St Johns and Bray Emmets who braved the chilly condition in Emmet Park. The Bray girls played a skilful Ballinteer team in the opening match losing out to he only score of the game, they earned an impressive win against Kilmacud in the second game and lost narrowly to Naas in the final match. A very encouraging start to the new season. ...

u12 Camogie Blitz

19 November, 2011

On Saturday afternoon Bray Emmets were host to a number of teams in the first of a series of camogie blitzes to be held once a month up to and including March to be played at Old Conna. Bray fielded three teams in the U12 competition and the attendees were Cuala (2 teams), Kilmacud Crokes (2 teams), Naas (2 teams), Naomh Olafs and Ballinteer St John's. The next Blitz takes place on 3 ...

U12 Camogie B Championship Final V Annacura

3 September, 2010

The U12 Camogie B Championship Final Was Played In Avodale On Friday 3rd September Between Bray Emmets And Annacura .On A Beautiful Evening The Bray Girls Started Well With A Brilliantly Struck Free By Niamh McCormack Which Bounced In The Square , Deceived The Goalkeeper And Into The Net . The Good Start Was Followed Up A Pointed Free And Good Driving Half Forward Play From Claire Holland And Ciara Niara Nolan yielded A Goal From Meadhbh Ni Mhidigh. Aoife Connaughton Made Some Fine Saves In The First Half When The Strong Full Back Line Of Vicki Crimmins And Amy Barry Was Occasionally Breached . The Second Half Saw Bray Stretch The Lead By Another Goal . There Followed A Period Of Strong Pressure By Annacurra But Great Clearances By Nicola Holland And Catherine Hayes Kept Them At Bay Until Claire Faherty Was Finally Beaten In The Bray Goal. The Hard Work Of The Midfielders Ruth Aherne And Kellie Gilbert Were Key To Restoring Control And Bray Drove On To Secure Another Goal By Aishling Moylan From A Rebounded Shot By Lydia Griffin. Katie Dutton Made A Key Interception At The End To Leave The Final Score At Bray 4:1 To Annacurra 1:0 . The Cup Was Collected By Maria Daly The Bray Captain Who Had Shown Tremendous Leadership And Drive Throughout The Match. The Bray Team On The Day Was Claire Faherty ,Aoife Connaughton , Vicki Crimmins , Amy Barry , Nicola Holland , Catherine Hayes , Maria Daly , Ruth Aherne, Kellie Gilbert , Niamh McCormack ,Ciara Nolan , Claire Holland ,Lydia Griffin ,Meadhbh Ní Mhidigh , Katie Dutton,Ashling Moylan ...

Under 12 Camogie

28 August, 2010

The U12 Camogie team took part in a Blitz in Arklow on Saturday 28th. After winning the initial round reasonably well the girls had a very close final against Kilcoole . In the first half Kilcoole pulled ahead twice only to be quickly pulled back each time by goals from Meadhbh Ni Mhidigh . The second half was very keenly contested but the Bray midfielders Maria Daly and Kellie Gilbert began to get on top . The defence in particular Claire Holland and Vicki Crimmins tightened up and the goalkeeper Claire Faherty made some fine saves.Katherine Hayes was also dominant at full back with the result that no scores were conceded in the second half . The forwards peppered the Kilcoole goal with near misses from Ciara Nolan and Lydia Griffin until finally Ruth Aherne scored the winning goal for Bray . It was a great 3 : 2 win secured without the combative defender Nicola Holland who had been injured in the earlier round. Well done girls and the very best of luck in the final of the B Championship on September 3rd. The Bray team on the day was Claire Faherty , Vicki Crimmins , Nicola Holland , Katherine Hayes , Maria Daly , Ruth Aherne, Kellie Gilbert , Aoife Connaughton , Ciara Nolan , Claire Holland ,Lydia Griffin ,Meadhbh Ní Mhidigh ...

U12 camogie Semi-Final v Kiltegan

23 July, 2010

The game remained scoreless for the first half with the Bray girls putting the Kiltegan defence under a lot of pressur.The second half stsrted with a great goal from Vicky Crimmons to break the deadlock and Bray went on to score a further 3 goals from Meave Ni Mhidigh to win by 4.0 to 0.0.Another good performance from the girls and we now look forward to the Final on the 3th of September.Panel on the Day,Clare Faherty,Amy Barry,Vicky Crimmons,Nicola Holland,Kellie Gilbert,Ruth Aherne,Clare Holland,Aisling Moylan,Meave Ni mhidigh,Katie Dutton and Siofra Ni Mhidigh. ...

U12 Camogie v Arklow

19 July, 2010

U12 Camogie Bray Emmets v Arklow,We played Arklow in Q-final of the B championship in Avoca.It took a while to break down the Arklow defence but when we did the girls showed there camogie skills by pressing home the advantage with scores from Meave Ni Mhidigh and the impressive Niamh McCormack.This win was built on a strong play from the whole team of Niamh McCormack,Aisling Moylan,Amy Barry,Vicky Crimmons,Nicola holland,Clare Holland,Clare Faherty,Kellie Gilbert,Ruth Aherne,Meave Ni Mhidigh and impressive first performances from Siofra Ni Mhidigh,Doireann and Liadion Ni Dhunai. ...

Cuala / Ballinteer / Bray blitz

29 November, 2008

On Saturday last, a young Bray Emmets Camogie selection competed in a Cuala / Ballinteer / Bray blitz. The girls did very well, winning most of their games despite stiff competition. TheBray girls showed great heart and bravery, playing on after injury etc.. One team consisted of Maeve Ni Mhidigh, Carla Lennon, Shauna Ryan and Olivia Duffy. The other team, Leah Carroll, Eleanor Hayes-Carroll, Sarah Lambe, Emily Devenny and Siofra Ni Mhidigh. Aparticular word of thanks to the parents who supported us, making the occasion that bit more special. Comhgairdeas libh agus maith sibh, a Chailini ...

Glenealy

20 September, 2008

Glenealy 2-4 Bray Emmets 0-1 Despite an enthusiastic panel of players, Bray Emmets were unable to hold off strong attack from the Glenealy midfield and forwards. Our only score was a point from Lauren Sweeney, though Jane Moriartytried hard and was unlucky not to score a goal. Seana O Carroll playeda great game for the side. All the girls gave their best and though disappointed they wish Glenealy well in the next round. That concludes the matches season for the girls. Winter training on the Astro Turf in Loreto will commence in October. The panel of players: Eimear Ivory, Eimear Clancy, Sophie Mooney, Sarah Hayde, Emma Groves, Fiona Faherty, Jane Moriarty, Aifric Murphy, Lauren Sweeney, Lauren Barry, Amy Barry, Maria Daly, Caoimhe Lohan, Aoife Connaughton, Seana O Carroll, Meave Ni Mhidigh, Eimear Curtin ...

Kilcoole

23 August, 2008

Bray Emmets 3-2. Kilcoole 3-0 Following on from the Bray girls excellent game V Annacurra 2 weeks ago where they lost 2-0 but played great camogie, the girls were in fine form as they played their neighbours Kilcoole in a fast paced and exciting game. In a spirit of sportsmanship two Bray girls Emma Groves and Aoife Connaughton donned the Kilcoole jerseys to make up numbers for Kilcoole who were missing their players and the management of both clubs agreed to play a 10 a side game. In the second half Sarah Kate Hayde and Ciara Nolan donned the Kilcoole jerseys. Despite excellent goal keeping by Eimear Ivory. Kilcoole got off to a good start with 2 early goals however Lauren Sweeney cracked home a beautiful point and a goal which bucked up the girls spirits. In the second half a different side emerged as both sides battled for every ball. Seana Carroll had some great solo action and scored a great goal from a hand pass and Lauren Sweeney scored another long range point. Kilcoole got back with another goal and a hard won goal was scored by Jane Moriarty of Bray Emmets near the end of the second half.Throughout the game there was great skill and sportsmanship displayed, and the girls gave their all. The match was about skill and participation in sport and was enjoyable for spectator and players alike. An excellent Lauren Sweeney played a wonderful game and seemed to be everywhere on the pitch. Seana O Carroll, Aifric Murphy and Jane Moriarty played with tireless determination and gave their all in midfield.In the defence Eimear Ivory in goals, Sophie Mooney Eimear Clancy and Sarah Kate Hayd and Emma Groves gave great performances as did Fiona Faherty, Aoife Connaughton, and Ciara Nolan in forwards. Well done girls on both teams, you provided us with an exciting and skillful game! Bray Emmets Team: Eimear Ivory, Sophie Mooney, Eimear Clancy, Emma Groves, Sarah Kate Hayde, Lauren Sweeney, Seana O Carroll, Aifric Murphy, Aoife Connaughton, Ciara Nolan, Jane Moriarty, Fiona Faherty(captain) ...

Knockananna

30 June, 2008

The scoreline of Knockananna 5-2, Bray Emmets 0-0, did not reflect the effort and the skill of a brave Bray Emmets side in this Quarter Final of the County Championship . Knockananna's strong midfield ensured early scores for their team but despite being constantly under pressure the Bray girls never gave up. There were some great saves from goalkeeper Caoimhe Lohan and Aoife Connaughton, and great defending from the backs Emma Groves, Sophie Mooney and Amy Barry. Great play in midfield from Seana O Carroll and Lauren Sweeney and Lauren Barry, the girls played their hearts out but the Knockananna midfield girls strong skills at pucking the ball in the airproved too strong and kept any Bray attacks at bay. As always the girls gave their all and their commitment to their training showed on the night. Bray Emmets Panel; Aoife Connaughton, Caoimhe Lohan, Sophie Mooney, Sarah-Kate Hayd, Emma Groves,Lauren Sweeney(capt), Shauna Douglas, Aifric Murphy, Lauren Barry, Emer Curtin, Seana O Carroll, Fiona Faherty, Ciara Nolan, Amy Barry. ...

St Pats

20 June, 2008

Bray Emmets 4-0 St Patrick's 4-0 It was hoped that this would be a very special game, and it was in every way a great game for players and spectators alike. There were wonderful displays of camogie skills and great friendly rivalry between the Bray Emmet girls and the local school team from St Patrick's. A night of divided loyalties, friendly rivalry and much mirth between the coaches on the night, as some of the St Patrick's girls play for Bray Emmets. It was hard to believe that some of the girls have been playing for less than a year and even harder to believe that some of the girls haven't even reached their 10th birthday! Strong playing and good skills were evident in all areas on both sides. Every player played to the best of their ability and it would be hard to pick out any one for special praise. Bray Emmets got off to a strong start with 2 fine goals and were leading at half time. A spirited St Patricks fought back and levelled the score in the second half and Bray Emmets added another goal to their score halfway through the 2nd half and St Patricks added a third goal to their tally. One more goal was scored for each side to make the score a magnificent draw of 4-4 at the final whistle. Excellent play girls! You were all a credit to yourselves, your club and your school.Well done one and all! The teams were: Bray Emmets: Aoife Connaughton, Caoimhe Lohan, Sophie Mooney, Laura Pirkl, Ellen Mc Laughlin, Sarah Kate Hayd, Emer Curtin, Shauna Douglas, Aifric Murphy, Emma Groves, Joy Sparkes, Jenny Sparkes, Maedhbh Ni Mhidigh, St Patrick's: Eimear Ivory, Fiona Faherty, Eimear Clancy, Robyn Slater, Lauryn Ann Gilhooly, Zoe Mulvaney, Tara Brady, Seana O Carroll, Lauren Sweeney, Amy Temple, Lauren Barry, Amy Barry, Jane Moriarty, Ciara Nolan. Have a wonderful summer holidays and don't forget training for all ages is in Old Conna at 7-8 every Monday night. Bring runners for wall training. ...

Knockananna

6 June, 2008

The u12 Camogie team met with Knockananna on Friday 6th June in our grounds in Old Conna. A strong Knockananna side got a few early goals and were leading by 4 goals at half time. The Bray girls however never gave up and put up a spirited performance. There was some excellent play from Seana O Carroll, Shauna Douglas , Lauren Barry and Lauren Sweeney in midfield and great defence play from Isobel Horner(capt) , Sarah Hayd , Emma Groves and goal keeper Aoife Connaughton . The 2nd half saw a different side with much improved play but try as they might they were denied a score, the girls gave their all up to the final whistle. Goal keeper Aoife Connaughton saved many shots and was kept busy during the game. New girl Emer Curtin played her first match and gave a very good account of herself in the 2nd half. Team: Aoife Connaughton, Sarah Hayd. Emma Groves, Isobel Horner(capt), Lauren Sweeney, Shauna Douglas, Aifric Murphy, Jenny Sparkes, Lauren Barry, Seana O Carroll, Fiona Faherty, Ciara Nolan, Amy Barry, Emer Curtin. ...

Cuala

4 June, 2008

Two friendly matches v Cuala was held in Old Conna on Wednesday 4th June . Despite the rain there was some good displays of camogie skills and Cuala fought hard for their victory of3-2. All girls played very well. Tara Brady played an exceptional game and was the scorer of the 2 Bray goals. The other game v Cuala ended in a win for Bray . Both matches were fair, skilful and good humoured and were enjoyable for the girls and enjoyable to watch. Bray Teams: Seana O Carroll, Laura Pirkl, Joy Sparkes, Jenny Sparkes, Lauren Sweeney, Emer Curtin, Sarah Hayd, Nicola Horner, Isobel Horner, Fiona Faherty, Ellen Mc Loughlin, Katie Dutton, Tara Brady, Ciara Nolan, Aoife Connaughton, Shauna Douglas, Aifric Murphy, Emma Groves, Sophie Mooney, Lauren Barry, Amy Barry, Lauryn Ann Gilhooly. ...

Kilcoole

24 May, 2008

Bray Emmets: 7-0, Kilcoole: 0-0 Bray Emmets recorded a very well deserved win against a very spirited Kilcoole team in the U12 Camogie League. Bray started well and got on top in midfield through great work from Shauna Douglas, Shauna O'Carroll and Caoimhe Lohan. Any Kilcoole attacks were quickly snuffedout by excellent displays in defence from Sara Hayd and Isobel Horner and Aoife Connaughton who is making quiet a name for herself in goal!Excellent play by the forwards and two goals apiece from Ciara Nolan and Lauren Sweeney (one was an absolute fantastic finish!) had Bray four goals up at half time. Because of Bray's strength in depth wholesale changes were madefor the second halfand it was a match to remember for the Barry family withsisters Lauren and Amy scoring two good goals. Continued excellent work in midfield from Aifric Murphy who also scored a fine goal, Fiona Faherty and Jenny Sparks when she came out of goalensured a steady supply of ball into the forward line. Kilcoole gave thier all in the second half but could not find anyway past the excellent backline of Emma Groves and Sophie Mooney. ...

Glenealy

17 May, 2008

Bray Emmets: 1-00 Glenealy: 4-0 In a hotly contested match, Bray Emmets gave second best to Glenealy in the U12 Camogie League. Glenealy started well and despite excellent defending by Sarah Hayd, Emma Groves and Amy Barry and Caoimhe Lohan and very good goal keeping from Aoife Connaughton, Glenealy were ahead by two goals. With some positional changes at half time Bray started the second half well with a good goal from Lauren Barry after great work byCiara Nolan. Bray continued to press through Maeve Ni Mhidigh and FionaFaherty in the forwards, withShauna Douglas,Lauren Sweeneyand Afric Murphy dominating mid fieldand were unfortunate not to fashion another score. Glenealy came into the match late on and scored two further goals notwithstanding excellent work by Sophie Mooney and Shauna Carroll, who played everywhere except in goal!This was a huge effort by the team which is progressing game on game and theevidence of this was seen inthe number of girls who were prepared to lift the ball and try and strike it out of their hands. Thanks to all the parents who provided lifts and Hugh Connaughton for his assistance in coaching the team on the night. ...

Kilcoole

12 May, 2008

This is one match where the score line can be misleading as in a very evenly contested match Kilcoole ran out winners after scoring 4 late goals. Bray Emmets started very well and were in front through a great solo run and hand passed goal from Shauna Douglas and Bray quickly doubled the lead with a goal from Lauren Sweeney. The Bray Emmets forward line of Maeve Ni Mihidigh, Ciara Nolan and Jenny Sparks were putting the Kilcoole backline under pressure all the way through and it is a great credit to Kilcoole that they were level at half-time. Excellent work by Shauna Douglas, Afric Murphy and Lauren Sweeney in midfield plus excellent work from Sophie Mooney and Sara Hayd in the backline and brilliant goalkeeping by Aoife Connaughton ensured it was very even all the way through the second half but with tiredness setting in and resilience by their opponents resulted in a deserved but hard fought win for Kilcoole. Final score line: Kilcoole 6:00 Bray Emmets 2:00 This group of players has great potential and all girls are welcome to training on Monday nights at 7.00 which is already well attended, all Wicklow league matches are played on a Friday night and we urge girls who are training to make themselves available for the matches. We were short of a full team on Friday night and greatly appreciated the Kilcoole management's agreement to play nine. ...

Avondale

4 May, 2008

U12 lose out to a strong Avondale team Bray Emmets played their first U12 match of the season in Bray on Friday last, 4th April, against a strong Avondale team. The experienced Captain Sophie Mooney led her team out onto the field, with some of the Bray players playing their first ever Camogie match. Despite the fact that Bray lost there was evidence of great things to come and all the girls showed great potential for the future. They will have lots more matches to play this year and will benefit from each one. Best of luck this Friday against Ballinacor!! Many thanks to all the parents who helped and came to support the team. The Bray Emmets Team: Sophie Mooney, Emma Groves, Shauna Douglas, Afric Murphy, Seana Douglas, Lauren Sweeney, Samantha Kelly, Nicky Kelly, Seana O'Carroll , Isobel Horner, Fodla Kelleher, Ciara Nolan, Sarah Hayd, Aoife Connaughton. ...

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