Munster Intermediate Camogie Final – Limerick 2-9 Waterford 0-4

Munster Intermediate Championship Munster Final Sat May14th

2011 Venue Cashel Co .Tipperary @ 5pm

Limerick 2-09 Waterford 0-4

Half time Score Limerick 2-06 Waterford 0-2

Scorers

Limerick Nora Collins 1-0 Niamh Mulcahy 1 -7 Dympna O Brien 1-0 Aideen McNamara 0-1

Waterford Scorers Patricia Jackman 0-3 Zoe O Donoghue 0-1 from play

Team Limerick sile Moynihan (Ahane) Michelle Brown(bruff) Rose Collins (Ahane)Ciara Kelliher Ballyagran Michelle Casey (Killeedy) Judith Mulcahy(ahane) Aideen MCNamara Deidre Fitzpatrick Mairead Kelly(Galbally) Mairead Ryan (Galbally)Orla Curtin (Kinvara) Nora Collins(Ahane) Dympna O Brien(Kileedy) Sinead McAuliffe Ballyagran Niamh Mulcahy(Ahane) .

Subs Lisa Scanlon(Kileedy) Katie Campbell(Na Piarsaigh) Eileen Collins(Ahane) Vera Sheehan(Granagh/Ballingarry) Sharon Bulfin(Ballyagran) Aine O Reilly(Ballyagran)Catrin Du Bhal (Feenagh) Mary OCallaghan(Bruff)Karen Moore (Feenagh) Janet Garvey (Tourna Fulla) Elaine Kennedy(newcastlewest )Patricia (newcastlewest)

Manager Paul Finn selector Pauline McCarthy James Moynihan

Physio Bridget Downes

Referee John O Leary

Munster Senior Camogie Final – Cork 6-12 Clare 0-4

Munster Senior Camogie final @ Cashel

Cork 6-12 – Clare 0-03

Cork dealt a harsh lesson to Clare in yesterday evenings Munster Senior Camogie final, winning on a 6-12 to 0-3 scoreline. Cork, who had the majority of play in the first half had scored 5-4 to Clare’s 2 points by the half way stage, with their goals coming from the 10th to 18th minute as their forwards blitzed the Clare defence. Cork opened the scoring with a Sile Burns point, and added on 2 more points, a second for Burns and a free from Jennifer O’Leary before Denise Cronin eventually found the Clare net in the 8th minute after Susan Vaughan in Clare’s goals had twice stopped Cronin’s attempts but was unsuccessful in clearing the ball after the second shot. Burns raised a green flag for Cork 2 minutes later when her hand pass flew over the head of Vaughan. Cronin goaled again after Cork won the resulting puckout, and Linda Dorgan added another mid-way through the half. Katriona Mackey made it goal no 5 in the 18th minute, ensuring that all the Cork full forward line had green flags. Deirdre Murphy pointed a free for Clare in the 19th minute and again in the 30 minute Murphy converted another free to bring the half time score 5-4 to 0-2 in favour of Cork.

Clare had a more spirited performance in the second half but it was an uphill battle they faced. Cork added another 5 points before Cronin goaled in the 20 minute, Deirdre Murphy converted a 45 for Clare in the 29 minute leaving the last score of the game to Corks Briege Corkery. Bridie O’Looney of Munster Council presented the player of the game award to Anna Geary of Cork and Camogie President Joan O’Flynn presented the trophy to Cork captain Rena Buckley.

Cork: Aoife Murray, Jenny Duffy, Elaine O’Riordan, Pamela Mackey, Caroline Motherway, Rena Buckley(Capt), Anna Geary, Orla Cotter, Briege Corkery 0-1, Eimear O’Sullivan 0-1, Linda Dorgan 1-02, Jennifer O’Leary 0-3 F, Sile Burns 1-03 1F, Denise Cronin 3-01, Katriona Mackey 1-01

Subs: Joanne Casey for Sile Burns (H/T), Eimear White for Aoife Murray 47 min, Amanda O’Regan for Caroline Motherway 43 min, Maria Walsh for Linda Dorgan 49 min

Clare: Susan Vaughan, Helen McMahon, Chloe Morey, Sinead O’Loughlin, AnneMarie McMahon, Roisin McMahon, Ashling Hannon, Kate Lynch, Ruth Kaiser, Sharon McMahon, Fiona Lafferty, Shonagh Enright, Mairead Scanlon, Deirdre Murphy 0-3 2F 1 45, Aiveen O’Shea

Subs: Aine O’Brien for Roisin McMahon, Patricia O’Loughlin for Mairead Scanlon, Aimee McInerney for Sinead O’Loughlin – all H/T, Norah Murphy for Aiveen O’Shea 43 min, Eireann Hennessey for Sharon McMahon 53 min

Player of the Game Anna Geary Cork

Ref Eamon Browne, Tipperary