U14 Camogie v Ballygalget

In the U14 Camogie Final An Riocht lost to Ballygalget in Leitrim on Sunday for the right to be crowned Champions in the Under 14 Cup Final.


An Riocht won the toss and played with the wind, however the Ards team settled quick scoring two quick goals. An Riocht played well, however still found the Ballygalget half back line in fine form, who supplied good ball into their quick forwards. Caitlin Quinn in the An Riocht goals made some fine saves, and captain Caoimhe Leigh Spiers was playing well, while Andrea O’Neill swept up well during this period. In the second half An Riocht kept playing and trying so hard that Ballygalget were reduced to fewer scores with the strong wind, all said Ballygalget were very worthy winners, An Riocht can be very proud making the Championship final and indeed winning the Feile Shield in May.


An Riocht played 12 matches in 2014 winning 9 and losing only 3. The girls had a great evening at the post match meal in the club and would like to thank the large group of parents that showed up to support their efforts.

Team: Caitlin Quinn, Hollie Killen, Caomhie Lee Spiers, Caomihe McAlinden, Kara Sloan, Orlaigh O’Rourke, Amy Harper, Clare Fearon, Eve Doran, Ciarrai Connor, Andrea O’Neill, Aoife McDowell, Rachel Cunningham, Shannagh Campbell, Caomihe Donnan Mollie Ireland, Naomi Finnegan, Anna Rose McKay, Mollie Ireland (missing on day Cerys Clarke).

U14 Camogie in Mayobridge

An Riocht completed their U14 Camogie league campaign away to Mayobridge on Tuesday night past. Following last week’s defeat this young team showed great bounce backability winning the game 6-7 to 3-1.


The team mentors were able to try some things before the Championship Final with the players showing great versatility. Caoimhe McAlinden playing in goals in the first half then then scored two goals in the second half, likewise young Cerys Clarke playing at full back and then scoring a fine solo goal at full forward after the break.


There will be another game with opposition from outside the County before the final as nothing brings young players on like playing matches.

U14 Camogie An Riocht v Mayobridge

In the U14 Camogie Championship semi-final played at Dunavil, An Riocht beat Mayobridge on Tuesday night with twelve players scoring over the hour. This team continues to progress and it is a measure of theirdevelopment after reaching the U12 final for the last two years. An Riocht were missing several players due to holidays however the depth of the squad was seen to full effect and now there will be great competition for places for the County Final.

An Riocht won the Feile Shield in May of this year, they will now work hard for the 17th August Final against the strong Ards outfit Ballygalget who reached the All Ireland Feile quarter-final.


An Riocht will play the Armagh County winners Ballymacnab over the next week to prepare for their final appearance; the whole club should be very proud of this team and many parents showed up to support the girls on Tuesday past, the same support will be needed again.


Team: Naomi Finnegan, Orlaigh O Rourke, Caoimhe Lee Speirs, Holly Killen, Mollie Ireland, Caitlin Quinn, Kara Sloan, Andrea O Neill, Eve Doran, Caoimhe Donnan, Ciarrai Connor, Clare Fearon, Rachel Cunningham, Aoife Mc Dowell, Anna Rose Mc Kay, Nannette Campbell.

U14 Camogie An Riocht v Clonduff

An Riocht U14 Camogs played Clonduff in a league match on Tuesday at home. After two good wins to reach the Championship Final this game was ideal preparation of the big match. Clonduff played well in the first half and took a half time lead; in the second half An Riocht were much improved and got up to speed with the game,time ran out however and Clonduff finished winners 6-4 to 2-9. An Riocht had good performance s from Clare Fearon, Aoife McDowell and Rachel Cunningham. Another league game and a challenge with Ballymacnab from Armagh will help before the final.

U14 Camogie An Riocht v Castlewellan

Castlewellan visited Dunavil on Friday in the U14 Camogie Championship, the home side started well scoring 5-3 in the first half. At halftime with the game well under control the coaches moved the backs and forwards and the backs outscored the front players to leave the coaches with some thinking before they meet Mayobridge in the semi-final. This was an excellent result as six players were missing due to holidays and the summer Irish college season, well done girls.


Team: Naomi Finnegan, Orlaith O Rourke, Caoimhe Lee Spiers, Cerys Clarke, Kara Sloan, Caitlin Quinn, Andrea O’Neill, Mollie Ireland, Aoife Mc Dowell, Shannagh Campbell, Aimee Harper, Eve Doran, Caoimhe Donnan, Rachel Cunningham, Ciarrai Connor.

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