Friday, October 09, 2020

The Ferrybank team celebrating their county final win on Saturday last in the WIT Arena over Dungarvan. Photos: Noel Browne.


Ferrybank 1-3 Dungarvan 1-2

The division three final between these two sides was a hugely entertaining one where the outcome could have gone either way.

This is Ferrybank’s only underage team this year and hopefully this win will give the game a massive boost in the area and that for next year’s championship it will see extra girls get involved in the club.

Ferrybank captain Ciara Haley.

Dungarvan turned around at the break in this game with a 1-0 to 0-2 advantage showing on the score board. Sophiat Adehenan opened the scoring for the city side but Dungarvan’s Holly Sheehan followed up with a goal for her side.

Cliodhna McGarrity however brought the game back to a one point game just before half time when she put over a free.

Proud father, Muyiwa-Olekeye Adekenen with his daughter, Ferrybank’s Sophiat Adekenen after the game.

Scores were hard won in the second-half with both sets of backs well on top. The only score of the second half however proved to be a crucial one as Shayla Alyward caught the Dungarvan goalkeeper Aoife Healy off guard.

For Dungarvan Aoife Healy, Hollie Ryan-Power and Natasha Maher were very impressive while Lilly Magee, Lucy Jolly and Sophiat Adehenam all excelled for Ferrybank.

A great block down by Ferrybank’s Sophiat Adekenen against Dungarvan during their U-12 county camogie final.

Action from the Co. U-12 Division 3 Final at the WIT Arena.





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By Thomas Keane
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