Minor Camogie

  Minor Camogie team picture taken on 2018 11 18 after winning the Minor Camogie Division 1,  shield final against Clane 5-8 to 0-3

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U16 Camogie All Ireland Medal Presentation

[widgetkit id=580] The U16 Camogie All Ireland Medal Presentation ceremony was held on November 10th in kilcock GAA. The mayor of Kildare gave a speech & presented a plaque to the U16 camogie team for a special achievement in winning the All Ireland.   The medals were presented by their mentor Tony Maher from Naas.   Congrats to Niamh Keegan & Amy Gallagher from Celbridge GAA on receiving their medals.   

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Kildare Camogie Minor Team played Dublin in Rathcoffey

Kildare Camogie Minor Team played Dublin in Rathcoffey on Monday 15th @ 7pm in the Leinster Championship Shield Semi Final Result - Kildare won 3-06 to 1-09. ★Anna Gallagher, ★Sinead Lee and ★Ciara Naughton all started and ★Pia Mitchell and ★Claire Fitzmaurice were subs. With the Club season starting back soon ( can't wait :) ) , don't forget to take pics and send with results to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloakcc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addycc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390 = 'info' + '@'; addycc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390 = addycc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390 + 'celbridgegaa' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_textcc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390 = 'info' + '@' + 'celbridgegaa' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloakcc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390').innerHTML += ''+addy_textcc2ae05ee6e185b0011bedb50160b390+''; . Thanks to Brigitte Springfeld-Mitchell & Hugh Gallagher for this update. 

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Kildare U16 Camogie team in the All Ireland C Championship Final

[widgetkit id=537] Celbridge GAA members ★Amy Gallagher (L) and ★Niamh Keegan (R) who have featured prominently for the Kildare U16 camogie team that are in the All Ireland C Championship Final against Carlow next Sunday 14th. The Kildare team finished top of the league section and won their semi-final against Armagh comprehensively. Well done girls and good luck in the final! 

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Kildare U16 Camogie team

Best of Luck to Kildare U16 Camogie team in the All Ireland U16 Camogie Championship  Celbridge are represented by ★Amy Gallagher and Niamh Keegan★   All Ireland U16 Camogie Championship results ,  4th Rn: 31st July : Kildare 2-10 Armagh 2-07 3rd Rn 24-July : Kildare 4-19 Roscommon 3-03 2nd Rn 10-July: Kildare 5-13 Cavan 3-5  1st Rn 1st July: Kildare 4-12  Carlow 4-5   

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U16 camogie played Kilcock on Weds 27th April

The U16 camogie team came away from Kilcock on Weds 27th April with a 6-8 to 2-8 win. This was a high quality game played in a great spirit. After a number of narrow defeats in this Division 1 league, everything clicked and brought the girls an excellent away win. A feature of the display was the exceptional team work and creative and unselfish interplay, all over the field.  While all the girls distinguished themselves, it is worth mentioning the contributions of five girls who are almost at the end of their juvenile careers - Sarah Wallace, driving ball after ball out from the full back line; Áine Connell who gave an exhibition of man marking of a top class opponent; Ava Percy, with exceptional distribution of the ball from wing back; Michelle Dwyer, who produced a series of intelligent and incisive passes to add to her goal; and Niamh McGoldrick, who scored a lovely goal on the turn from the 21. This victory goes out to Sadb Mitchell, currently out with a recent injury. Many thanks!, Best wishes , Seán  

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The Celbridge U16 Camogie team welcomed St Vincent's

The Celbridge U16 Camogie team welcomed St Vincent's from Dublin to a sunny Celbridge on Valentine's Day. The only problem was it didn't stay sunny for long. Despite the conditions, the girls played out a tough, skilful game, losing out in the end by a single score. Our thanks go to Seán Ó Riain for sending these pics to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111 = 'info' + '@'; addy00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111 = addy00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111 + 'celbridgegaa' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_text00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111 = 'info' + '@' + 'celbridgegaa' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloak00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111').innerHTML += ''+addy_text00bb0db26440c6f9a1257288b697e111+''; [widgetkit id=409]

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Under 16 Camogie

Mentor : Seán O'Riain 087 9681262 Training Times : Saturday  10:30am to 12:00noon Wednesday 6:30pm to 8:00pm

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U16 All Ireland C Camogie Stradone 25th July 2015

Late rally earns Kildare a place in All Ireland semi-final. Cavan 2-08, Kildare 2-09 Kildare U16 camogie produced an excellent final quarter to outscore opponents Cavan by seven points to one and advance to the All Ireland semi-final of the competition. Late on, Cavan did have the opportunity of an equaliser that their overall play probably deserved but Clodagh Keenaghan’s ‘45’ drifted wide of the right hand post and the referee’s final whistle sounded at the puck-out, to the delight of the visiting team, management and support. Kildare began this game brightly and Emma Kielty pointed in the opening attack. However, just as in the previous game, the visitors failed to make their advantage of territory and possession count on the scoreboard with a number of scoring opportunities off target. Against the run of play Cavan edged in front with points from Niamh Keenaghan and Ciara Bannon. Kildare’s dominance was rewarded when Caoimhe McKenna sent over the equaliser and shortly afterwards took the lead when Eilis Mahon got a vital touch in a goalmouth scramble. The goal seemed to energise the home team who were now settled into the game and attacked with pace and purpose. Cavan recorded the last four scores of the half, all points from Clodagh Henaghan (free) Ciara Finnegan, Meghan Shields and Phillippa Watters and forced Kildare goalkeeper Aoife Coughlan to make a couple of good saves as they led by the minimum, 0-06 to 1-02 at the interval. During the opening half Kildare management were forced to make a change with Caoimhe Maher replacing the unwell Ciara Friel. Maher was to make a significant contribution before the end of this game. Into the second half and playing with a slight breeze and a lot of confidence, Cavan were now dictating matters in this game. Gaining possession, Watters moved purposefully in on goal before sending an unstoppable shot past Coughlan and a clear lead for her side. Maher announced her scoring presence with a fine point as the Lillies endeavoured to stay in touch. This was soon cancelled by Bannon’s second point of the afternoon and, as the Cavan attack continued to stretch the Kildare defence, they were thankful for the form and pace of corner back Lilley Evans who averted the danger on a number of occasions. Towards the end of the third quarter Kildare registered two quick points, courtesy of Anna Gallagher and Maher to remain in touch. However, approaching the twentieth minute, following a melee near the Kildare goal, Cavan’s Emer Fitzpatrick got the important touch to force the sliothar across the line for a goal and a five point lead for her team. With the clock moving on and defeat and exit from the championship now a possibility, it was time for the young Kildare team to show character. This they did, firstly Maher pointed from a placed ball but this was cancelled when Eadaoin McDermott sent over in what was to be Cavan’s last score of the day. Then Ruth Clancy, playing well throughout, picked out Gallagher whose scoring effort dipped late and lovely for a green flag to reduce the deficit to two points. Kildare were now attacking with greater determination than earlier and two further points from placed balls (‘45’ and free) from the in-form Maher had the teams on level terms. With the scoreboard (incorrectly) showing Kildare ahead by a point, Gallagher sent over the lead point for Kildare which they maintained through the tense final minutes which included Keenaghan’s late brave effort to draw the game. Cavan will, no doubt, be disappointed to lose this game. They were a match for Kildare in all aspects of this contest, with a number of players possessing very good skills and pace, but in the end came up just short. Kildare, to their credit, showed great determination in forcing their way back into a game that seemed to be drifting away. Now into the business end of the competition, they need to capitalise on periods of dominance, an issue likely to be addressed on the training ground in the lead up to the semi final. Scorers, Kildare : Anna Gallagher 1-02, Caoimhe Maher 0-05, Eilis Mahon 1-00, Emma Kielty, Caoimhe McKenna 0-01 each. Cavan : Phillipa Watters 1-01, Ciara Bannon 0-02, Emer Fitzpatrick 1-00, Ciara Finnegan, Meghan Shields, Clodagh Keenaghan, Niamh Keenaghan, Eadaoin McDermott 0-01 each Kildare : Aoife Coughlan, Sarah Cullen, Ciara Naughton, Lilley Evans, Eilis Kenny, Kate Christansen, Eimear Finn, Ruth Clancy, Ciara Friel, Emma Kielty, Caoimhe Sheil, Sorcha Gillman, Anna Gallagher, Caoimhe McKenna, Eilis Mahon. Subs used : Caoimhe Maher, Meabh Kennedy. Natasha Farrell, Jenny Cullen, Georgina Foley. Cavan : Kara O’Reilly, Rachel Doureen, Jasmin Brady, Sinead Reilly, Meghan McKenna, Shanise Fitzsimons, Reanne Doureen, Ciara Finnegan, Eadaoin McDermott, Meghan Shields, Clodagh Keenaghan, Niamh Reilly, Ciara Bannon, Phillipa Waters, Emer Fitzpatrick. Subs : Rachael Fleming, Veronica Clarke, Katelyn McGonnell, Emma Colwell

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Kildare U16's

The Kildare u16 Camogie team travelled to Stradone on Sat July 25th, to play Cavan, in what was effectively an All Ireland quarter final, with the victors securing a place in the semis. We presently have 6 Celbridge girls on the panel and they showed how important they are during this match. Firstly Eilish Mahon was on hand to fire home Kildare's first goal, to keep the Lilies in contention against a strong Cavan team, and when Kildare found themselves 6 points down going into the final ten minutes, the other Celbridge star Anna Gallagher lived up to her role of team Captain, by scoring a goal and two points for Kildare to help edge her team to a one point victory. With Ciara Naughton, who has being putting in sterling performances all year keeping it tight at the back and Clare Fitzmaurice, Aoife Kearney and Saoirse Flattery also adding invaluable support. The Celbridge girls are really showing there worth.   Well done to all the girls.

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Kildare u16 Camogie

Captain of Kildare u16 Camogie just before Kildare's 4-10 to 4-05 over Carlow in Carlow today (22-march-2015). Also in photo Amy Freeman Carlow Captain, Brochan O'Reilly referee and Caoimhe McKenna Clane. Anna Gallagher (far right)

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U16 Camogie County Players

Celbridge GAA have 6 players on the U16 County Panel - names Left to Right Clare Fitzmaurice, Anna Gallagher, Ciara Naughton, Aoife Kearney, Saoirse Flattery, Eilis Mahon

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Joan O Flynn Tournament

Celbridge held the annual Joan O Flynn tournament recently. This tournament is for Minor Girls and is very competitive.  Three teams entered this Year Clane, Fr O'Neills from Cork and Celbridge.  All Games were very competitive none more so than the final between Clane and Celbridge which was eventually won by 1 point in Celbridges favour.  The weather was wonderful and everyone enjoyed the Barbecue after.

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Kildare Minor Success

Congrats to the Kildare Minors who had an impressive win over Meath in the Leinster B Championship on Saturday ( 27- September )  1-16 to 4-05. Celbridge were represented by Roisin Nolan, Chanice Corcoran, Aisling O'Sullivan, Gillian Keegan, Emma Barry and Emer O'Reilly [widgetkit id=74]  

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