Girls U14 Football


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U14 Girls Football Feile

9 April, 2016

The Under 14 Girls Football team played in the first part of the Wicklow Féile Qualifiers, Sat 9th April. Victories against Baltinglass, Carnew and St Nicholas meant they qualified for the semi-final stages. The game Bray lost against Arklow will be the one that will allow them to learn most for the tougher games ahead. Agus go n-éireoidh leo. Foireann : Rachel Messitt, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Caoimhe Purcell, Carla Lennon, Catherine McGarry, Ellen O'Doherty, Emily Cahill, Emily Riddell, Emily Sheridan-O’Shea, Emma Doyle, Hannah Surpless, Jordan O’Brien (Captaen), Laura McGarry, Madge Redmond, Orla Jackson, Orla O’Keeffe, Rachel Horan, Rebecca Mahon, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir - Brian O'Keeffe....

U14 Girls Football

7 April, 2016

Emmet Bhré  4-8, AGB Arklow  0-6. The U14 Girls Football team played Arklow Geraldines Tuesday 24 May. This fixture is often a very tough one for Bray and one in which we often come out second best. Tuesday evening however began at a different pitch, with a determination to redress the balance.  From the back, players like Captain Jordan O’Brien, Emily Cahill, Amy Healy did great work setting up team belief and creating scoring opportunities. Bray lead at the break. In the second-half, Brian O’Keeffe’s passionate team talk had the immediate incendiary effect. Scores from Orla Jackson, Sarah Lambe and Amy Butler capped a brilliant evening and a sweet victory. Bhí an bua seo tuillte ag cailíní Emmet Bhré.   Foireann : Rachel Messitt, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Caoimhe Purcell, Caoimhe Reilly, Carla Lennon, Emily Cahill, Emma Doyle, Jordan O’Brien (Captaen), Lucy Corrigan, Orla Jackson, Orla O’Keeffe, Rebecca Mahon, Róisín Murphy, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir – Brian O’Keeffe....

Under 14 Girls Football Féile team

6 February, 2016

The Under 14 Girls Football Féile team had their second friendly fixture of the new year, Sat 6th February, on this occasion against neighbouring Sandyford side, Naomh Olaf. The game was played in 3 twenty minute periods which added to the overall scores and energy of proceedings. Only one point divided the two clubs at the end, 5-3 to 5-2, with Bray Emmets taking the spoils following a flurry of late goals. Cluiche taitneamhach a bhí ann in ainneoin na haimsire.   Foireann : Rachel Messitt, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler, Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Carla Lennon, Emily Cahill, Emily Riddell, Emma Doyle, Jordan O’Brien, Orla Jackson, Orla O’Keeffe, Rachel Horan, Rebecca Mahon, Róisín Murphy, Sarah Lambe, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir – Brian O’Keeffe....

U14 Girls Football

9 April, 2015

Emmet Bhré  3-9, Éire Óg Greystones  2-4. The Under 14 girls Football team were out against near neighbours Éire Óg, Thursday 9th  April. The team settled quickly with Shauna Ryan and Caoimhe Hardiman finding their target early. Emily Deveney, Róisín Murphy and Laura McGarry worked invaluably in the engine-room allowing Bray the briefest of halftime leads.  In the second-half, Alannah Henry and Sasha Ní Laoghaire were worthy of particular mention. Up front, the heavy artillery were rolling out their fire-power. Sophie Blennerhasset a player apart, and a fantastic Alice O’Doherty goal were among the spectator delights, while intelligent link play involved  Orla O’Keeffe and Emma Doyle.  Ar an líne, bhí Brian O’Keeffe an-sásta leis an gcluiche.   Foireann : Áine Clarke, Alannah Henry, Alice O’Doherty (1-0), Amy Butler, Caoimhe Byrne, Caoimhe Hardiman (0-4), Caoimhe Purcell, Carla Lennon, Emily Cahill, Emily Deveney (0-1), Emma Doyle, Jordan O’Brien, Laura McGarry, Orla Jackson, Orla O’Keeffe, Róisín Murphy, Sarah Lambe, Sasha Ní Laoghaire, Shauna Ryan (0-2), Sophie Blennerhasset (2-2). Bainisteoir Paul Ryan.  ...

U14 Football

14 March, 2015

The U14 boys Football team played a pre-Féile competition in Gorey on Sat 14th March. This was a good opportunity to see the players in their first contest of the year. In the first game we faced a very strong St Nicholas outfit. Despite the challenge, players like Mark Cullen in particular, David Maloney and Rory Whelan rolled up their sleeves and took the game to them. In the second game, Bray and Naomh Éanna (Gorey) were a lot more evenly matched. Michael McCarthy showed his courage, Eoin Fitzsimons his ability to field and Donal Spaine his willingness to track back.  Niall complimented the many promising endeavours on show and said that the team would build steady momentum in the next few weeks. Míle buíochas le Kevin Hardiman a d’eagraigh gach rud dúinn don chomórtas seo.   Foireann : Rory Lambe (Cúl báire), Craig Pritchard, David Martin, Donal Spaine, Eoin Fitzsimons, Eoin Mahony, Eoin O’Leary, Gavin Henderson, David Maloney, Michael McCarthy, Mark Cullen, Michael Timmons, Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds, Conor Hardiman, David Nesbitt, Oisín Drury. Bainisteoir – Niall McGraynor.  ...

Ladies Under 14 Girls Football

11 October, 2014

Bray Emmets 9-09 Blessington 3-02The U14 Ladies played Blessington on Saturday in the A Shield Final. This was our second year to reach the A Shield Final having won last year against Cumann na Mara. The venue this year was Roundwood and we were lucky to get a beautiful October day for our match. The girls had trained well but we were very aware that Blessington would not be easily overcome. From the start the girls went hard at it and it was not long before Bray had a goal and a point on the score board. The Blessington girls were not for letting us off too easily though and they replied with a very well taken goal.Tit for tat followed and at half time it was 4 goals 4 points to Bray v 3 goals and 1 point to Blessington. A rousing team talk took place at half time and suffice to say that the Bray girls went out and to say that they took no prisoners would be putting it mildly.  How do you pick out girls when all played so hard? Well, Eve Murphy was responsible for 5 goals and a few points. I reckon that if Martin O Neill had been in An Tochar she would have been brought to the Aviva straight away!  Jane Butler was immense as was the whole half back line including Alice Fitzgerald and Alannah Barry. Molly Fitzgerald and Leah Carroll ran their hearts out in midfield and never looked like they would stop! Emily Devenney was unlucky to get a hand injury but prior to that did a great job in the full back line and came back on to play in the forwards and scored 2 goals. The half forward line of Eimear Martin , Shauna Ryan and the afore mentioned Eve Murphy were totally dangerous.  Eleanor Carroll Hayes and Laura Butler did plenty of damage in the full forward line ensuring a constant supply of ball to Rachel Rice in the centre and managing a couple of scores themselves as well.I know this is a lengthy report but truth to tell I could actually mention every single player.Team; Nicole Ryan-Goalie, Kerri Keane, Grace Browne Captain, Emily Devenney, Alannah Barry, Jane Butler, Alice Fitzgerald, Leah Carroll, Mollly Fitzgerald, Shauna Ryan, Eimear Martin, Eve Murphy, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Laura Butler, Rachel Rice, Brona Murphy, Caoimhe Hardiman, Eva Cullen, Alannah Henry, Aine Clarke, Shauna O Kelly, Lauren Healy....

U14 ladies Football

9 April, 2014

The  U 14 Ladies Football team played St Patricks from Donabate in the Dublin League in Phairc Emmet Bhré on Wed 9th April. The Visitors played great from the very start and it took Bray a bit of time to get going but once they did their teamwork and hard work not to mention skill won over the opposition. This was a great game of football and the girls should be very proud of their very impressive performance. Both sets of mentors were very happy with their teams performance in a good clean fast flowing game of football. The score line of 8:4 to 4:4 did not reflect the competitive nature of the game. Well done girls!...

Girls under 14 football

8 March, 2014

The second Dublin League game for the U14s was played today In St Annes Park.A squad of 21 girls went out to play Clontarf this afternoon, all the girls contributed to a result of 4:2 to 2:2 in Bray's favour. The game was very tight right up the end and all the girls worked very hard to gain the result. The scorers for Bray were Eve Murphy 2:00, Shauna Ryan 1:1 & Lauren Healy 1:1.Well done girls!!  ...

Match Report: U-14 Girls Football

5 October, 2013

On Saturday, 5th October, the U-14 Ladies Football Shield Final between Bray Emmets and Cumann na Mara was played on a lovely sunny morning in Greystones. The girls got off to a very good start and maintained this pace for the entire game. After a tough year in Division 1 of the Wicklow League, the team and their mentors were delighted to have reached the Shield Final. Throughout the year, the girls worked on skills, teamwork and self-belief and they certainly brought it all together on the day with every individual playing to their full capacity. The defence played exceptionally well, preventing Cumann na Mara from scoring until almost the final minute of the game. The midfield and forwards worked very well together to achieve the all-important scores. It would be impossible to single any player out for individual praise as ultimately it was the teamwork, energy and enthusiasm of the players that earned the victory. The mentors and parents are very proud of all the girls. The final score of Bray Emmets 3-5 Cumann na Mara 0-1 is testament to the great effort and hard work of every single member of the team. Team: Nicole Ryan, Grace Browne, Maeve O’Doherty, Brona Murphy, Alice Fitzgerald, Emily Devenney, Alannah Barry, Molly Fitzgerald, Rachel Cullen, Niamh McCormack, Jane Butler, Laura Butler, Eimear Martin, Eve Murphy, Eve Cunnane, Alannah Douglas, Lauren Healy, Shauna Ryan, Nichole Howick, Leah Carroll....

U14 Girls travel to Baltinglass

8 September, 2012

Bray U14 Girls travelled to Baltinglass to play the home team on Saturday 8th Sept 2012 in the quarter final of the U14 Championship. This was an excellent game played in great spirit and commitment by both teams in wonderful sunshine. After a very competitive game Bray came away victorious following a great team performance. Final score line was Bray 5-11 and Baltinglass 2-7. Next up for Bray girls is the semi final away to AGB on Sun 23rd Sept 2012 at 12:00. Bray Emmets Team: Amy Barry, Nicole Howick, Orla Gleeson, Lauren Kelly, Ciara Nolan, Allanah Conroy, Eimear Martin, Rachel Cullen, Grace O' Donavan, Vicky Crimmins, Eve Cunnane, Niamh McCormack, Molly Hunt, Seona Michel, Helen Taffe-Richardson. ...

U14 Girls V Carnew

21 April, 2012

Bray U14 Girls travelled to Carnew on Sat 21st April to play in Wicklow Feile 2012.Playing4 games against Valleymount, AGB, Cumann Na Mara and Baltinglass and winning 3 of those games meant they qualified for the semi-finals in Blessington on Sunday morning. All the girls gave great commitment and played with wonderful spirit and determination and played some excellent football during the 4 games. Special mention for the 3 U12 girls who came along - Eve Cunnane, Eimear Martin and Maeve O' Doherty - and played excellently. The girls displayed great teamwork on Saturday and took some excellent scores to qualify for the semi-finals. On Sunday Bray again performed very well -trailing by 2 pts at half time -against eventual Feile qualifiers St Pat's team but lost out to a strong second half performance from the Wicklow team. Bray Emmets panel for Feile was: Lauren Kelly, Nicole Howick, Orla Gleeson, Rebecca Roche, Ciara Nolan, Allanah Conroy, Seona Michel, Rachel Cullen, Molly Hunt, Ellen Beattie, Niamh McCormack , Kelly Watters, Eve Cunnane, Eimear Martin, Maeve O'Doherty, Allanah Douglas, Grace O' Donavan, Helen Tafsfe Richardson. ...

U14 Girls win Championship final

23 October, 2011

Bray U14 Girls played the Final of the A Championship against St Patrick's in Laragh on Sunday afternoon 23rd Oct 2011. This was an excellent game played in great spirit and commitment by both teams despite the heavy rain and slippery underfoot conditions. St. Patrick's had the better start whilst playing with the benefit of the elements and dominated possession but tenacious defending from Bray ensured that that scores were kept to a minimum. St. Patrick's were good value for their half time lead of 1g -3pts to 0g - 1pt. Due to the inclement weather conditions this game always looked as if it would be decided by who took their scoring chances best and who benefited from the lucky breaks. An outstanding display from goalkeeper Sophie Connolly including saving a penalty at a key time early in the second half inspired her team mates to greater efforts. Bray who lined out with dynamic injured trio of Shauna Douglas, Ruby Stewart and Emma Groves were re-energized in the second half and finished strongly. St Pat's again enjoyed a period of dominance early in the second half and were leading up until the final ten minutes but were unable get enough sores to close out the game. A brilliant goal from Roisin Quigley who soloed through the heart of the Pat's defence and rattled the net with an unstoppable shot rallied Bray who upped their work rate and enjoyed a purple patch where their they added three more goals. Ace sharpshooters Juliette Fortune (2g) and Caoimhe Loahan (1g 2pt) once again came to the fore and showed their predatory instincts in front of goal. This was a real team effort and underlines the efforts put in by these girls over the past number of years. Heroic Bray captain Jessica Conway was delighted to accept the trophy on behalf or her team was magnanimous in her praise of the display given by the St Pat's girls who battled bravely until the final whistle made it a really exciting and tense game. Bray Emmets: Sophie Connolly, Clarice Meaney, Jessica Conway, Ruth Ahearne, Anna Ryan, Allanah Douglas, Roisin Corrigan, Seona Michel, Roisin Quigley, Danielle Kennedy, Caoimhe Lohan, Roisin Mooney,Juliette Fortune, Grace O' Donavan, Sinead Horgan. Subs: Lauren Kelly, Emma Cunnane , Molly Hunt, Amy Barry, Niamh Sullivan , Niamh Sutton ,Ciara Nolan, Orla Gleeson. ...

U14 Girls Championship semi final

8 October, 2011

U14 Girls win championship semi final on Sat 8 th Oct 2011. Baltinglass 2-7 Bray Emmett's 7-6 Bray U14 Girls travelled to Blessington for championship semi final on Sat 8 th Oct 2011 and started the game very strongly enjoying a lot of possession which enabled them to build a 7 point lead by half time. Baltinglass came back strongly in the second half and quickly reduced the deficit to 1 point. However the Bray girls retained their composure and with some astute positional switches they finished strongly in the last 15 min for a deserved win. It was great to see all the parents come along and support the girls on Saturday. We are looking forward to the final on Sun 23rd Oct against St Patrick's with the time and venue to be confirmed. ...


18 October, 2009

Bray 2 - 10 Carnew 2 - 2 Our U14 girls travelled to Laragh on Sunday for their Shield Final against Carnew. Carnew scored first with a goal, which unsettled us until Sinead Kelly replied with a cracker of a gold. Bray passed the ball very well on we notched up a few points from Siofra Heffernan and Orla Whelan. There was only 4 points in it at half time and still all to play for. Carnew started the second half well, but Bray battled and Orla Whelan and Aoife Keddy put over a few more points to pull away from Carnew, Laura McCarthy our goalkeeper made brilliant saves to keep Carnew at bay. Orla Whelan then slotted home our 2ndgoal, and we were on our way to winning the Shield. Well Done Bray. U14 Girls TeamSiofra Heffernan, Erin Horan, Laura McCarthy, Sinead Kelly, Tara Brady, Orla Whelan, Aoife Keddy, Aoife O'Donovan, Lauren Barry, Aoife Sherlock, Cliona Horgan, Danika Goulding, Cathy Waters, Beth Cummins, Saoirse Hetherton, Jennifer Byrne.Mentors: Gaye & Austin Heffernan and Dave Barry ...

St. Nicholas

13 July, 2009

Bray Emmets 3-7 V St. Nicholas 0-3 The match started after a minute's silence in memory of the late father of St Nicholas' manager Nessa Harney. For the first quarter it was a really tight game with just two scores, Aoife O'Donovan's goal giving Bray the advantage over St Nicholas' point, but then Bray pulled ahead while the visitors' attacks broke down on the Bray back line with Kate O'Connor, Tara Brady and Lauren Barry reducing shooting opportunities while Laura McCarthy kept the ball out of the net with a couple of fine saves. The Bray half-backs, Aoife Sherlock, Danika Goulding and Erin Horan were once again highly effective at getting the ball forward quickly, whilst the midfield partnership was outstanding: Zoe Mulvaney coolly handled her county-level opponent and Aoife O'Donovan ranging from deep in the rear to the full forward line as opportunities arose. She added a point to her early goal, a tally equalled by Orlaith Whelan and Siofra Heffernan, while Kathy Waters, Sinead Kelly and Aoife Keady all contributed points to the Bray scoreline. Emmets Team: 1 Laura McCarthy, 2 Kate O'Connor, 3 Tara Brady, 4 Lauren Barry, 5 Aoife Sherlock, 6 Danika Goulding, 7 Erin Horan, 8 Aoife O'Donovan, 9 Zoe Mulvaney, 10 Kathy Waters, 11 Orlaith Whelan, 12 Siofra Heffernan, 13 Beth Cummins, 14 Sinead Kelly, 15 Aoife Keady Subs used: Jessica Conway, Grace O'Donovan, Juliette Fortune, Jennifer Byrne, Grace Curham Managers: Austin Heffernan and Gay Heffernan ...


22 June, 2009

Bray Emmets 6-6 Vs Coolkenno 5-8 In this hugely entertaining game, Bray had the better of the first half, leading 3-4 to 1-3 at the break thanks to goals from Kathy Waters, Sinead Kelly and Orlaith Whelan. Coolkenno weren't going to lie down in front of a home crowd though; and within the first minutes of the 2nd half had levelled things. The rest of the game was enthralling as each side alternately gained and lost the lead. For Bray, Aoife O'Donovan and Zoe Mulvaney had a brilliant game in midfield, providing great service to the forwards. Siofra Heffernan scored a goal and a brace of points, under-12's Sophie Connolly took three fine points whilst Sinead Kelly followed the previous week's hat-trick of goals with another, scoring 3-1. Coolkenno meanwhile were giving as good as they got and things were so tight at the end of the game that there was considerable confusion about the final score. In the end, referee gave it to Bray by a point, and on the game as a whole it was a well-deserved win for the Emmets girls. Emmets Team: 1 Laura McCarthy, 2 Kate O'Connor, 3 Tara Brady, 4 Beth Cummins, 5 Aoife Sherlock, 6 Danika Goulding, 7 Erin Horan, 8 Aoife O'Donovan, 9 Zoe Mulvaney, 10 Kathy Waters, 11 Orlaith Whelan, 12 Siofra Heffernan, 13 Cliona Horgan, 14 Sinead Kelly, 15 Saoirse Hetherington Subs used: Sophie Connolly Managers: Austin Heffernan, Gay Heffernan and Dave Barry ...


15 June, 2009

Bray Emmets 8-17 V Clara 3-3 Bray got off to a bad start when Clara scored a 1st minute goal, but for the most part the action was in the Clara half of the pitch. At half time, Bray led 3-11 to 2-2, and the second half became increasingly one-sided as the visitors tired and their counter-attacks were broken up at the Bray half-back line. It was a great team performance from Bray. The back line smothered most Clara attacks. Danika Goulding and (especially) Erin Horan proved very effective at getting the ball forward, providing service to the forwards and picking up points themselves. Aoife O'Donovan and Zoe Mulvaney dominated midfield, while the forwards racked up the scores: reliable sharpshooters Orlaith Whelan (1-4) and Siofra Heffernan (2-4) both did extremely well, but Sinead Kelly showed she could compete with them with a massive 3-3. Cliona Horgan and newcomer Saoirse Hetherington came close on several occasions and were unlucky not to get their names on the scoresheet. Emmets Team: 1 Laura McCarthy, 2 Lauren Barry, 3 Tara Brady, 4 Kate O'Connor, 5 Aoife Sherlock, 6 Danika Goulding, 7 Erin Horan, 8 Aoife O'Donovan, 9 Zoe Mulvaney, 10 Beth Cummins, 11 Sinead Kelly, 12 Siofra Heffernan, 13 Cliona Horgan, 14 Saoirse Hetherington, 15 Orlaith Whelan, Subs used: Jennifer Byrne, Juliette Fortune, Grace Curham Managers: Austin Heffernan, Gay Heffernan and Dave Barry ...

St Pats

4 May, 2009

Bray led for the whole of a low-scoring first half thanks to a goal and a point from Siofra Heffernan supplemented by an Orlaith Whelan point. St. Pats were just behind with 1-1, and could have held the lead, were it not for some excellent goalkeeping by Laura McCarthy. The Bray midfielders, Zoe Mulvaney and Aoife O'Donovan, worked extremely hard and Aoife in particular put in a great performance. The tempo increased greatly in the second half. Siofra Heffernan increased her tally by two more points, Beth Cummins put her name on the score sheet with a short range goal while Danika Goulding found the back of the net from longer range, having taken the ball forward from the half-back line. Unfortunately, St. Pats were putting on scores too to keep in touch, and two goals in the last 5 minutes gave them the win. Emmets Team: 1 Laura McCarthy, 2 Kate O'Connor, 3 Tara Brady, 4 Noise Concannon, 5 Danika Goulding, 6 Erin Horan, 7 Grace O'Donovan, 8 Aoife O'Donovan, 9 Zoe Mulvaney, 10 Sinead Kelly, 11 Siofra Heffernan, 12 Beth Cummins, 13 Cliona Horgan, 14 Orlaith Whelan, 15 Niamh Drury Subs used: Lauren Barry Managers: Austin Heffernan, Gay Heffernan and Dave Barry ...

Championship V Roundwood

20 October, 2008

Bray opened well with an unanswered goal and two points all from Siofra Heffernan, but Roundwood fought back to stay in touch and managed to exploit the space afforded by a 10 a side game on a full-size pitch to grab two goals late in the first half to go in at the break with their noses just in front, 2-7 to 2-6. Bray came out fighting after half-time, however, and racked up the scores. Sorcha Crimmins was particularly lethal, scoring three goals and two points and Siofra Heffernan added to her tally. Orlaith Whelan put the ball in the net after a long dribbling run that would have pleased Giovanni Trappatoni, whilst Danika Goulding soloed most of the pitch from a kick-out to put the ball past the Roundwood goalkeeper. Jennifer Ryan, falling back to a more defensive role, played a leading part in blocking the Roundwood counter-attacks while Emily Richardson was outstanding in midfield. Lineout: 1 Laura McCarthy, 2 Emily Richardson, 3 Avril Byrne, 4 Danika Goulding, 5 Jennifer Ryan, 6 Sorcha Crimmins, 7 Zoe Mulvaney, 8 Siofra Heffernan, 9 Orlaith Whelan, 10 Tara Brady Subs used: Naoise Concannon, Rachel, Lauren Barry, Aoife Sherlock, Juliette Fortune Managers: Austin Heffernan, Gay Heffernan and Dave Barry ...


1 September, 2008

Castleknock 8-4 V Bray Emmets 4-3 In their first outing since the summer break, Bray Emmets under 14 girls were put under early pressure in this 13-a-side game as the hosts scored 6-1 in the first half. Bray's sole score of the half was a goal from Orlaith Whelan as a result of an excellent pass from Cathy Waters. Castleknock could even have scored more had it not been for some good saves from Naoise Concannon. Bray began to find their rhythm in the second half, as a reorganisation of positions helped to settle the team. An early goal, again from Orlaith Whelan, gave the team some confidence and although Castleknock soon countered the half was a much more lively affair. Further Bray scores came in the shape of a goal and two points from Siofra Heffernan (1-2), whilst girl of the match Danika Goulding, playing in a more forward role than the first half, took a goal and a point herself. Although Castleknock's lead was dented, they had plenty of fresh legs (unfortunately Bray were playing without substitutes) and managed to respond at a quick enough rate to keep their heads comfortably in front, to win 8-4 to 4-3. Emmets Team: 1 Naoise Concannon, 2 Lauren Barry, 3 Laura McCarthy, 4 Tara Brady, 5 Danika Goulding, 6 Kate O'Connor, 7 Siofra Heffernan, 8 Zoe Mulvaney, 9 Aoife Sherlock, 8, 11 Cathy Waters; 12 Orlaith Whelan, 13 Grace Curham ...

St Judes

30 March, 2008

The u14 girls' football team had their first game of the season on Sunday in Old Conna. In a high scoring challenge match against St Jude's from Dublin both teams displayed some fine football skills. Deirdre O'Rourke, Caoimhe Martin and Caoimhe Conroy made their debut with Bray Emmets and acquitted themselves extremely well. Thanks to all the parents and supporters who turned out and helped with pitch set up etc. While St Jude's came out the winners in the end it was a very enjoyable match. The girls start their league with their first match in Lucan on Sunday. It was great to see the number of girls turning up and the effort they put in. ...

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