Coolmeen Ladies Match Reports

Coolmeen Ladies v Newmarket-on-Fergus Division 2 League Round 4

posted 25 Apr 2016, 15:17 by Eimear McMahon

MATCH REPORT:

Coolmeen 2:07 Newmarket on Fergus 1:07

 

COOLMEEN continue their perfect start to 2016 with a fourth victory, this time over Newmarket on Fergus on home ground last Sunday 10th of April. It was difficult to fault either team, who both played outstanding on the day under such terrible weather conditions.

An impressive start from Gillian Finucane, Emma McMahon and Eimear O’Connor who all pointed before McMahon landed a goal. Newmarket on Fergus responded with a goal and point delivered from Gemma McInerney and Jenny Kelly before half time and left the score Coolmeen 1:04 Newmarket on Fergus 1:01.

Newmarket on Fergus tackled against the strong winds in the second half, and responded with a further six points. A determined Coolmeen side further attacked with fluid passing play, concluding with scores from Emma McMahon and Eimear O’Connor before the full time whistle. Thus, allowing Coolmeen to maintain their perfect record.

Coolmeen meet Miltown in the fifth and final round of the division two ladies football league next month.

 

Ref: Michael Bohannon

 

Coolmeen: Chloe Normoyle, Laura Vaughan, Fiona McMahon, Ríona Cleary, Lisa Farrell, Eimear Greene, Caroline Casey, Gillian Finucane(0:01), Sophie Devaney,  Sinead Reidy, Eimear O’Connor (1:02), Aisling Reidy,  Sarah McCann, Clodagh Murphy,  Emma McMahon(1:04).

 

Newmarket on Fergus: Ciara McCarthy, Jane O’Leary, Rachel Sheedy, Clodagh Costelloe, Breda Lane, Rachel Kelleher(0:01), Chloe Morey(0:01), Jenny Kelly(0:03), Gemma McInerney(1:0), Carol O’Leary(0:01), Aileen Kilmartin, Annmarie Hayes(0:01), Aoife Crimmins

Subs: Mary Enright for C. Costelloe.

Coolmeen v Éire Óg Inis Ladies Division 2 Football League

posted 24 Mar 2016, 14:37 by Eimear McMahon   [ updated 24 Mar 2016, 14:37 ]

Round 3:

Coolmeen 3-09 Eire Og 0-03

Venue: Eire Og

19th of March 2016

COOLMEEN continue their perfect start to 2016 with a third victory, this time over Eire Og in Ennis on Saturday.

An impressive start from Emma McMahon, Clodagh Murphy and Niamh O'Connell who all pointed before McMahon landed a goal.

Eire Og kept fighting and point delivered from Sarah Cullinan before half time left the score Coolmeen 1:04 Eire Og 0:01.

Again, Coolmeen further attacked with fluid passing play, culminating scores from Sarah McCann, Emma McMahon and Clodagh Murphy.

Eire Og refused to drop their heads and responded with a further two points before the full time whistle. 

However, Coolmeen were stronger on the day and maintained their winning record.

Coolmeen meet Newmarket on Fergus in the fourth round of the division two ladies football league next month.

Coolmeen: Gillian Finucane(0-1), Eimear O'Connor, Laura Vaughan, Aisling Reidy, Lisa Farrell, Eimear Greene, Caroline Casey, Sophie Devaney, Sinead Reidy, Sarah McCann(0-1), Brianne Murphy, Valerie Conneely, Emma McMahon(2-04) Clodagh Murphy(1-02), Niamh O'Connell(0-01) Subs: Chloe Normoyle, Sinead McCann, Orlaith O'Connor, Ailish Kenny.


Eire Og: Orla Devitt, Sinead Mulcahy, Rae Wall, Eva Coote, Aoife Sheehan, Sophie Hanna, Aoife Corey, Orla McMahon, Chloe Eustace, Aoife O'Neill(0:01), Maria Redmond, Ciara Kennedy, Sarah Cullinan(0:02), Loren O'Mahony, Niamh Baker, Fiona Neylon,


Coolmeen v Fergus Rovers Ladies Division 2 Football League

posted 24 Mar 2016, 14:34 by Eimear McMahon   [ updated 24 Mar 2016, 14:34 ]

Round 2:


Coolmeen 2-10 Fergus Rovers 1-05

Venue: Coolmeen

13th of March 2016

Coolmeen maintained their perfect start to 2016 with a second derby victory, this time over Fergus Rovers on home soil on Sunday. That momentum propelled them to the better start as Niamh O’Connell, Emma McMahon, Sarah McCann and Clodagh Murphy all pointed before McMahon landed a goal. However, Fergus Rovers would eventually settle, with Laura Hanrahan firing 1-01 to reduce the arrears to five by the break at 1-06 to 1-01.

Again Coolmeen hit the ground running in the new half with scoring contributions through Eimear O’Connor and Emma McMahon. But with Fergus Rovers refusing to drop their heads, it had to take a second McMahon goal to finally put the game to bed and maintained their maximum point haul.

Coolmeen

Gillian Finucane, Riona Cleary, Fiona McMahon, Laura Vaughan, Lisa Farrell, Eimear Greene, Sinead Reidy, Aisling Reidy, Sophie Devaney, Valerie Conneely, Eimear O’Connor, Sarah McCann, Emma McMahon, Clodagh Murphy, Niamh O’Connell

Fergus Rovers

Gillian Griffen, Rita Donnelly, Caitriona Murphy, Ava O’Malley, Rebecca Hill, Rachel Hill, Aoibheann Kileen, Abbie Connellan, Lauren Griffen, Laura Hanrahan, Ciara O’Malley, Louise Griffen, Sarah Mullins, Carmel McGuane, Aine McSweeney.


Coolmeen V Shannon Gaels Ladies Division 2 Football League

posted 24 Mar 2016, 14:31 by Eimear McMahon   [ updated 24 Mar 2016, 14:31 ]

Round 1

Coolmeen 2-6 Shannon Gaels 2-5
Venue: Coolmeen

28th of February 2016

Coolmeen took on their neighbours Shannon Gaels Sunday afternoon in this opening encounter of Division 2 League. Shannon Gaels opened the scoring with a point as a result from a Tara Kelly free on the 45 yard line taken by Sarah Bohannon. Coolmeen’s Emma McMahon and Eimear O’ Connor were next to form an attack when they aided in releasing the upcoming Sinead Reidy to open the scoring with a point. The Gaels responded with a point from Mairead Grogan soon after thanks to some great midfield support from Sarah Bohannon and Leanne Tubridy. Coolmeen further attacked with fluid passing play, culminating in points for Sinead Reidy, Aisling Reidy and Emma McMahon. In the dying minutes of the first half Leanne Tubridy in quick succession scored 1-1. Even though Shannon Gaels pegged them back Coolmeen never trailed in the first half which ended on a score of Coolmeen’s 1-5  to Shannon Gaels 1-3 when Michael Fitz blew for the ball.

During the second half, Shannon Gaels re-composed themselves due to the industrialist work of duo Sarah Bohannon and Tara Kelly and battled on to the end but could not break down a solid Coolmeen defence. Pressure from Coolmeen’s Emma McMahon, Eimear O’Connor, Sinead Reidy and Fiona McMahon saw them perform numerous attacks into the oppositions defence, resulting in1-1. A united Gaels defence which included Sarah Kelly, Tara Kelly, Mary Ruth Neylon, Ronya Baumann and Michelle Madigan soaked up all that was thrown at them. During the final quarter of the match the Gaels advance was always dangerous and while they spent a lot of time in Coolmeen’s danger zone; they could have been more productive on the scoreboard. Not much between these teams on the day but Coolmeen held out for the opening match win.


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