Age Category:
U14 Camogie

Rooske Pitch

Throw in time:

Dunboyne V:

Starting 15:
Amy Crehan
Niamh Boyce
Rebecca Laffoy
Kate Lynch
Sadbh O\'Connor
Katie Clarke
Sadbh Finlay
Lea Davey
Emma Garrett
Kate Stewart
Ruth Butler
Megan Spratt
Anna O Niell
Half Time Score:
2-1 to 0-1

Full Time Score:
4-1 to 0-1


Subs Used:

Talking Points:
Despite an unfortunate result, these Dunboyne girls had nothing to be ashamed of. With it only being the second year with these girls taking a hurl into their hand, you would have honestly thought these girls have been playing for years. The amount these girls have improved in the last year is unbelievable! Sadbh O\'Connor had an outstanding game coming out of the backline with the ball nearly every time, Niamh Boyce and Rebecca Laffoy were as strong in our full back line with the help of our workhorse Kate Lynch. In the first half, Amy Crehan was solid in goals when she was under a good bit of pressure. In the second half she came out as a forward and succeeded in winning some wonderful ball. Our midfield was outstanding, running constantly, covering the backs and assisting the forwards. Katie Clarke made some great runs forward with Lea Davey assisting our backline the whole time and Sadbh Finlay doing what she does best, fighting for every ball. Our forwards never gave up and put Don/Ash\'s backs under pressure constantly. Our little full forward line consisted of Anna O Niell, Megan Spratt, and Ruth Butler.. they may have been small but they were not getting pushed off any ball! Emma Garret and Kate Stewart were on our half forward line, they played extremely well off each other, sending great ball into our full forward line. In the second half, our smallest player Anna O Niell stepped into goals and she was fantastic, the saves she made wouldn\'t be seen on television! The one thing that is so great about these girls, is their determination... they never give up, ever!! Well-done girls.


Established in 1902 by Bob O’Keeffe, the hurling section of the club has been in existence for more than 100 years. It wasn’t until the late 1940s that the game of Gaelic Football was properly organised within the club and in 1952 it became known as St. Peter’s GAA Club. Today both football and hurling, along with the camogie and ladies football sections, are thriving.

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