Leinster Senior Camogie League
Camross (Laois ) 1 5 Celbridge 1 5
Sun , Feb 21st, Abbeyleix
The Leinster Camogie League, a pre season tournament for clubs in Leinster, kicked off on Sunday, with Celbridge making the trip down to Laois to meet local kingpins Camross. The home side have won 8 out of the last 10 County Championships, so it was a daunting opener for Tim O’Mahony’s team, which was made up of a blend of youth and experience. Conditions on the day were far from ideal, and along with a heavy pitch, the Hazelhatch girls found themselves playing against a strong wind and also the...
The Kildare girls will be in action this weekend (13-Feb) in All-Ireland semi-finals in Connacht GAA centre Mayo this Saturday as part of the CCAO third level camogie weekend.
Good luck to Chanice Corcaran from Celbridge GAA.
Chanice Corcaran Celbridge MU
Meabh Walsh Maynooth DIT
Niamh Hegarty Naas MU
Aoife Greally Maynooth MU
Deirbhíle Byrne St. Laurence’s MU
Derry Helen McMillan Maynooth TCD
Claire Reilly Nurney TCD
Aine O'Neill Rathcoffey WIT
Emer Pierce Keogh Eire Óg MU
Lorna Murray Kilcock MU
Sian Miller Maynooth
Commiserations to the Celbridge Camogie U21 team who lost out to Maynooth in the County Final.
Sunday 22nd November Camogie U21 County Final
Celbridge 1-7 Maynooth 3-10 Venue: Eire Og/CC
Here are some deadly pictures from the match. Many thanks to Brigitte Mitchell for taking these pics and sending them along for us to enjoy.
The senior Camogie won the Championship semi final 4-7 to 2-7 against Cappagh.
They will now play in the county final against Johnstownbridge on Saturday, 26-september, in Rathcoffey, 3.45pm
All Support Welcome :)
They say goals win games and in Kilcock last week it proved to be very true. A hugely impressive display of attacking Camogie full of guts and determination and a never say die attitude paved the way for the Senior Camogie team to win the 2014 kildare Senior Camogie league. Playing the defending Champions JTB, the Celbridge team started brightly and quickly opened up a 1-1 to 0-0 lead. By half time the lead was 6 points. JTB came back stongly in the second half and with under 10 minutes left they had taken a 2 point lead. But a great team spirit meant that Celbridge were always in the game....