Under 14's Ladies Football Match Reports April 2012

Under 14's Ladies Football Match Reports April 2012

April 22, 2012

Under 14's Match Report:

Ballincollig 4-7 Naomh Aban 2-2 

Ballincollig Under 14 Ladies had a fantastic start to their 2012 campaign. Tuesday, 3rd April saw them playing thier first game against Naomh Aban of Baile Bhuirne on home ground.  The girls showed great determination and succeeded in getting 3 splendid goals in the first 20 minutes of the game.  Ballincollig settled into the game and played a confident and fast game of football.  Both sides had good opportunities for scoring and the defending on the day was very strong.  Ballincollig continued with some fine point scoring and another goal in the second half. 

Panel: Fiona Quinn, Orlaith Keatin, Roisin McManamon, Deidre O'Sullivan, Kerry O'Leary, Molly Burke, Ali O'Mahony, Shonagh McHue, Meg Hennigan, Niamh Heelan, Michaela Crowley, Chloe Mannix, Aisling Dore, Shaunagh McCarthy, Fiona Linehan, Clodagh Fitton, Jessica O'Connor, Catherine O'Sullivan, Lorna Keavney, Molly O Flynn, Natasha Mulroy, Abbie O'Donoghue, Caitlin Quinn  

 Some of our U12's and U14 girls having fun at Training

 The Under 14 Ladies then went on to play Passage West over the Easter holidays at home, on the 10th April.  Passage West proved to be strong competitors and added up their points from early on in the game.  The Ballincollig girls defended very well, bu our point scoring wasn't with us on the day.  Even though Ballincollig were missing a few of our veteran ladies, they played with great determination, never giving up and we look forward to our upcoming fixtures, when our full panel will be back in action.

Panel:  Clodagh Fitton, Leah O Donoghue, Molly O Flynn, Shonagh McHue, Shaunagh MCCarthy, Kerry O'Leary, Erin Holmes, Fiona Linehan, Roisin McManamon, Ali O'Mahony, Orlaith Keatin, Meg Hennigan, Michaela Crowley, Caitlin Quinn, Niamh Heelan.


St. Michael's conceded their game against our Under 14 Ladies, which was due to be played on Saturday, 14th April, as they had to cancel their trip to Ballincollig at the last minute.