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Reports From Wexford Club Championship

Kilmore 5-10

St Anne’s 1-6

The time of change in Wexford Ladies Football is well and truly making a claim for the 2015 season as Kilmore are the pace setters after two rounds of this year’s senior championship.

After beating Shelmalier in the opening round it was a local derby against St Anne’s on Monday evening in Rathangan and Kilmore continued their fine form when recording a 5-10 to 1-6 win.

Right from the off they took control with Lisa Power converting a 25m free inside the first minute. This was soon followed by three Katrina Parrock points and Johanna Cousins also got in on the act with Kilmore’s fifth point.

St Annes lifted the siege and Fiona Rochford pointed half way through the half. Katrina Parrock then pointed a 30m free and Johanna Cousins added another point. Katrina Parrock a new recruit from Shelmalier scored an excellent goal when she drove the ball to the roof of the Anne’s net. Fiona Rochford added a point for St Anne’s before Parrock finished with her fifth point just before the break to leave it 1-8 to 0-2 in Kilmore’s favour.

St Anne’s were first off the mark in the second half with a Fiona Rochford point but a minute later they found themselves further behind when Lisa Power scored a fine goal. St Anne’s did get a goal themselves when Fiona Rochford hit the ball low from a 20m free and Lorraine Breen collected the loose ball and gave Rachel Power no chance in the Kilmore goal. Fiona Rochford added a point straight from the kick out and people thought maybe a comeback was on but this never happened as Lisa Power scored her second goal to put the game to bed.

Katrina Parrock added another point from a 20m free before the best score of the game was scored when Beth Cardiff soloed in from out on the wing and sent an unstoppable shot in to the far corner of Lucy Crosbie’s net. Fiona Rochford added her fifth point before Emma Hore got one back for Kilmore. Lucy Crosbie in the St Anne’s goal, who made some excellent saves, was unlucky for Kilmore’s fifth goal when Katrina Parrock’s 45m free was deflected past her. Niamh Crosbie finished off the scoring when she scored a point for the home side before Damien Donovan blew the final whistle.


St Anne’s

Lucy Crosbie, Niamh White, Nicola Cullen, Annie Breen, Martha Rochford, Marica Cullen, Aisling Kavanagh, Fiona Rochford 0-5, Deirdre Shiel, Lorraine Breen 1-0, Niamh Crosbie 0-1, Mairéad White, Sadhbh Dearle, Joanne Jordan, Amy White.


Kilmore: Rachel Power, Kelsea Morris, Maria Byrne, Katie Bates, Aoife Gorey, Sharon Kehoe, Beth Cardiff 1-0, Niamh Moore, Annaleigh Hore, Emma Hore 0-1, Katrina Parrock 2-6, Chloe Troy, Johanna Cousins 0-2, Lisa Power 2-1, Ciara Codd. Subs: Lauren Cousins for Aoife Gorey inj,

Referee: Damien Donovan Volunteers



Crossabeg/ Ballymurn 2-12

Clonee 2-12


Crossabeg/Ballymurn and Clonee played out an exciting draw last Monday in the second round of the Wexford LGFA senior championship in Ballymurn.

Clonee had the first use of the stiff breeze and raced into four point lead after ten minutes, two from Teghan Furlong and one each from Aine Cosgrave and Ali Evered. The home team had three wides before two pointed frees from Katie Redmond halved the score.

The game was pretty even at this stage and Clonee’s Ann Byrne increased their lead with a fine point only to see Crossabeg add two points from Aleisha Cullen and Aoife Shiel. Again Byrne added her second before Lorraine O’Connor got one back for Crossabeg. Clonee got a real boost before the break when Teghan Furlong scored a fine goal; she also added a point after Liz Evered had pointed a 30m free to leave it at half time 1-8 to 0-5 in favour of Clonee.

Crossabeg now had the breeze at their backs and they set about reducing Clonee’s lead with four unanswered scores from Aoife Shiel, Katie Redmond (2) and a goal from Rianna Cullen who had replaced her injured sister just before the break. The sides were now level and Clonee showed why they have been playing senior football for a long time and put their noses in front with a Liz Evered point.

Crossabeg kept pressing forward and scored four points in a row from Noelene Shanahan, Aoife Shiel (2) and Katie Redmond to put them three ahead with ten minutes to play.

Clonee showed their experience and drew level with points from Aine Cosgrave, Liz Evered and Lisa Brady but Crossabeg weathered the storm and looked like the had won it when Rianna Cullen scored into the top of the net as the game entered injury time but Clonee had one more trick up their sleeves when after a string of accurate passes Teghan Furlong scored into a empty net to tie it up.


Crossabeg/Ballymurn: Laura Corrigan, Emma McDonald, Kim Moloney, Elaine Shanahan, Elaine Barlow, Siobhán Cummins, Mairéad Cummins, Amanda Scallan, Tara Moloney, Noelene Shanahan 0-1, Lorraine O’Connor 0-1, Niamh Quirke, Aoife Shiel 0-4, Katie Redmond 0-5, Aleisha Cullen 0-1. Sub: Rianna Cullen 2-0 for Aleisha Cullen


Clonee: Michelle Morris, Katie Kehoe, Bridín Doyle, Danielle Hayden, Helena Murray, Lisa Brady 0-1, Claire O’Rourke, Mary O’Neill, Marie McDonald, Ali Evered 0-1, Teghan Furlong 2-3, Liz Evered 0-3, Aine Cosgrave 0-2, Ann Byrne 0-2, Charlene Hayden. Sub: Rachel Collier


Referee: James Flood St Marys


Further information from Wexford Ladies is available through http://www.wexfordladiesfootball.ie/

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