St Fergal’s Rathdowney bow out in All-Ireland semi-final

first_imgHome GAA Camogie St Fergal’s Rathdowney bow out in All-Ireland semi-final GAACamogieSport Both teams traded a goal a piece, with Tynan converting St Fergal’s third. However it was too late for the Laois school to claw back the difference and it finished St Fergal’s 3-2 Colaiste Mhuire 3-10.Today ends a stellar year for the St Fergal’s senior camogie team.They comprehensively defeated Kilbeggan, Westmeath to make it through to the Leinster final.Here, they managed a magnificent feat of winning the Leinster final against the Kilkenny side of Coláiste Mhuire, Johnstown by 1-5 to 5 points on Saturday, January 19.However there is another semi-final to look forward to for trainer Fergal Ryan and co.The junior All-Ireland semi-final takes place in Rathdowney on Saturday, February 23 where a big support is encouraged to cheer on the Laois representatives.SCORERS – St Fergal’s Rathdowney: Tiegan Reilly Bowe 1-1, Clodagh Tynan 2-2ST FERGAL’S RATHDOWNEY: Emma Dunphy; Emily Carroll, Ellen Hennessy, Denise Healy; Holly Bowe, Clodagh Tynan, Niamh Bracken; Tiegan Reilly-Bowe, Gemma Bowe; Chloe O’Riordan, Zoe Daly, Alannah Tynan; Ava Coss, Catherine Galbraith, Shona Jones. Subs: Emily McCane and Ella HayesSEE ALSO – Duignan ends Leinster final dreams for Mountrath CS Facebook Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ By Siun Lennon – 9th February 2019 Council TAGSSt Fergal’s Rathdowney St Fergal’s Rathdowney 3-2 Colaiste Mhuire Ennis 3-10All-Ireland senior ‘D’ semi-finalToday was a tough day of semi-finals for Laois schools. Mountrath hurlers were knocked out of a spot in the Leinster final by Colaiste Cholm, while another Colaiste – this time Colaiste Mhuire – saw off St Fergal’s Rathdowney in the All-Ireland semi-final.The Ennis side proved to be a tough outfit throughout – and went six points up before St Fergal’s replied. Previous articleDuignan ends Leinster final dreams for Mountrath CSNext articleUPDATED: Major electricity outage strikes Portlaoise ESB confirm Siun Lennonún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. St Fergal’s Rathdowney bow out in All-Ireland semi-final Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Community WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest Tiegan Reilly Bowe landed a fine free to cut the scoring hiatus, while young Clodagh Tynan, already a force to be reckoned with her St Brigid’s club, added another from a long-range free.Reilly Bowe added a goal from a 40 yard free to put just a point between the teams but Colaiste Mhuire hit back a minute later to leave the sides at Colaiste Mhuire 1-6 St Fergal’s 1-2 at half-time.St Fergal’s came out all guns blazing and secured a second goal off the stick of Clodagh Tynan from a long-range placed ball to make 2-2 to 1-6.However Colaiste Mhuire piled on another 1-3 to their tally without reply to make it 2-9 to 2-2 with five minutes left.Stellar work from goalkeeper Emma Dunphy and full-backs Emily Carroll, Ellen Hennessy and Denise Healy kept out further possibilities of goals for the Clare women. New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Community Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic yearlast_img read more