Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association

St Mary`s and Scared Heart trough to the Lidl All Ireland final

St. Mary’s Midleton 2-16  Sacred Heart SS, Westport, 0-08

 St Marys advance to the All Ireland final with a very convincing team display.

Early points from Aine Hallahan and two pointed frees from Brianna Smith gave Midelton the perfect start a great save from Shauna Cashman denied Fionnuala McLaughlin a goal but four first half frees form McLaughlin kept the Westport girls in the game. Just before the water break St Mary`s got a well deserved goal when Lainey O Sullivan scored at her third attempt as first the keeper and then the post denied her but her third shot hit the net. A point from Rachel Quirke had the Cork girls ahead at the break 1-06 to four points

 St Marys pushed forwards in the second half only to see an early effort come back off the crossbar, Cashaman brought off another excellent save to once again deny McLaughlin. Ava McAuliffe hit over a point and the outstanding Rachel Leahy struck two great points to push Mary`s further ahead. Sacread Heart responded with two points but they were rocked back when an excellent team move was finished to the net by Aoife Healy Smith and Leahy added points to leave St Mary`s firmly ahead 2-12 to 0-06 at the second water break.

Ava McAuliffe scored her second point of the day McLaughlin responded with two points for Sacred Heart Leahy hit her third point from a free and St Mary`s finished strong with Grace Rooney pushing forward to hit a point and the hard working Aoife Healy finished the scoring with a point.

St Mary`s now go on to face Moate CS in the Lidl PPs All Ireland final

Cl Choilm found Mount St Michaels too strong in the Senior B semi- final , Cl Choilm lead 3 points to one at the water break but they were then rocked by three goals in as many minutes they did manage a goal of their own to leave the margin 3-02 t0 1-04 at half time.

The Mayo girls hit their fourth goal early in the second half Cl Choilm responded with a point but another goal and a flurry of points had the Mayo girls firmily in control and they ran out convincing winners.

In the senior C semi final it was a much more competitive game between Sacred Heart, Clonakilty  and  Coláiste Iognáid Galway, the lead changed hands six times in the first half with only a point between them at the break. A purple patch form the Clonakilty girls had them 2-13        to 4-03 ahead at the final water break, they added another goal on the resumption to take control and while Iognaid hit a late goal Scared Heart  qualified to the All Ireland final 3-15 to 6-03  

Lidl All Ireland Post Primary School Senior ‘A’ Championship Semi Final

St. Mary’s Midleton 2-16  Sacred Heart SS, Westport, 0-08

Moate CS, Westmeath  5-11  Loreto Cavan 3-07


Lidl All Ireland Post Primary School Senior ‘B’ Championship Semi Final

Mount Saint Michael, Claremorris, 6-07  Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig, Cork, 1-06

Semi Final 2: Scoil Mhuire S.S., Trim, Meath v Ulster Winner, 12.30pm


Lidl All Ireland Post Primary School Senior ‘C’ Championship Semi Final

Sacred Heart, Clonakilty  3-15  Coláiste Iognáid, Galway  5-03

Our Lady’s Bower, Westmeath  2-11   Virginia College  0-09

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