ST JOSEPH’S DOORA/Barefield were crowned Munster junior camogie champions for the first time with an enthralling one point win over Limerick winners Monaleen.

St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield 4-7
Monaleen 0-18

All-Ireland junior champion, Karen McMahon gave a player of the game performance between the posts for Doora/Barefield, keeping a clean sheet on a day when her side raided for four goals.

From the off she made an outstanding save in Monaleen’s first attack and was also able to keep out a penalty moments later.

Monaleen went two points ahead before Siofra Ní Chonaill opened the scoring for St Joseph’s on six minutes.

Full-forward Siobhan Flynn had two goals for Doora/Barefield in the opening half to give them a 2-2 0-5 advantage at the sounding of the half-time whistle.

On the restart, it was Monaleen again who started brightly. They had three points without reply, a white flag from Flynn gave Barefield a one point lead, they were reduced to fourteen when Aisling Hannan was dismissed after picking up a second yellow card.

Extra time saw Doora/Barefield hit two goals, Flynn’s hat-trick arrived via a penalty and Ciara Duggan to see them the provincial crown.

John O’Connor’s side travel to Moneygall on Sunday where they face Roscommon’s Athleague in the All-Ireland semi-final.

Scorers for St Josephs Doora Barefield: Siobhan Flynn 3-2 (1 pen, 1 f), Ciara Duggan 1-1, Siofra Ní Chonaill, Louise Woods, Chloe Towey 0-1 each

Scorers for Monaleen: Ellie Madden 0-11 (10f), Caoimhe Lyons 0-4, Laura Southern 0-2, Ella Hession 0-1

St Joseph’s Doora Barefield: K McMahon, H Doyle, S O’Connor, S Moloney, M O’Connor, A McMahon, A Hannan, A Reidy, C Towey, L Woods, S Ní Chonaill, K O’Callaghan, S Torpey, S Flynn, C Hoey Subs: M O’Brien for C Hoey (38), A Lenihan for K Harrington (47), E O’Driscoll for M O’Brien (53)

Monaleen: F Coffey, A Nellligan, G Field, N Moloney, C Buckley, L Hession, I Collins, S Fitzgerald, A Burke, L Southern, S Ní Fhrighil, E Madden, E Hession, C Lyons, E O’Halloran Subs: N Doyle for G Field inj (17), C McCormack for S Fitzgerald (HT), A Houlihan for N Moloney (49), S Lane for I Collins inj (60)

Referee: Mike Ryan (Tipperary)

 

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