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*Louise O’Callaghan puts pressure on Sinead Hogg.

Inagh/Kilnamona, Scariff/Ogonnelloe and Truagh/Clonlara sealed their places in the semi-finals of the Clare senior camogie championship over the weekend.

By Brid MacNamara

Inamona continue to impress

Inagh Kilnamona 2-19
Sixmilebridge 1-14
Venue: Fr McNamara Park,

In a weekend where she dominated for Banner Ladies, Aoibhin Ryan came up trumps for Inagh/Kilnamona finishing as their top scorer over the hour in this eight point win over Sixmilebridge.

Two goals from Ryan inside the opening half left the reigning county champions 2-10 0-09 ahead at half-time.

Claire Commane made an immediate impact for Eugene Foudy’s side when introduced at half-time pointing in the first minute of the second half. Link up play between centre back Clare Hehir and her county colleague Aoife Keane also resulted in rewards further up the field for the winners.

Sixmilebridge secured a late consolation goal when a 45 from Maire McGrath was finished to the net by Chloe Morey.

Inagh Kilnamona: Rebecca Keating, Michaela Roughan, Sinead Quinn, Michelle Mescall, Teresa O’Keeffe, Clare Hehir, Tierna Hegarty, Sinead Power, Laoise Ryan, Danielle Griffin, Aoibhinn Ryan, Aoife Keane, Amy Keating, Helen Hehir, Orla Vaughan.

Subs: Claire Commane for Helen Hehir, Cathy Cullinan for Michaela Roughan, Jane Fitzgerald for Orla Vaughan and Hazel O Connor for Danielle Griffin.

Sixmilebridge: Sinead Hogan; Kiah Mellett, Deanna Considine, Aoife Hurley; Emma Kennedy, Rachel Kelly, Michelle Hurley; Maire McGrath (0-1F), Finia O’Brien; Niamh Lyons (0-1),Sarah Loughnane (0-1),Alise Roche; Rachel O’Halloran, Chloe Morey (1-7 5F), Aoibhín McNamara (0-2)

Subs: Jessica Williams for Sinead Hogan, Olivia Phelan (0-1) for Michelle Hurley.

Convincing win for Truagh/Clonlara

Truagh Clonlara 2-16
Feakle Killanena 1-10
Venue: Dr Stuart Park, Ogonnelloe

A commanding display from Truagh/Clonlara earned them a nine point win over intermediate champions of 2020, Feakle/Killanena.

Having run Inagh/Kilnamona to within a point, Feakle/Killanena were hopeful of causing an upset and this optimism was fuelled by a first half display that saw them enter one point clear at the interval thanks to Lorna McNamara’s green flag.

What followed was a dominant second half from Truagh/Clonlara who are coached by Clare hurler, John Conlon. Two goals within a three minute period saw them gain control with the switch of Becky Foley a turning point in the contest.

During the third quarter Truagh Clonlara scored 2-6 without reply, to see the score line at the second half water break Truagh Clonlara 2-15 Feakle Killanena 1-7. Feakle Killanena regained some composure in the last quarter and added two points by Regan Conway and a free from Lorna McNamara. The value of experience stood to Truagh Clonlara and they were deserving winners on the day.

Truagh Clonlara: Lisa Moloney; Sinead Ryan, Michelle Powell, Sinead Hogg; Louise Egan, Niamh Powell, Roisin Powell; Michelle Caulfield, Ellen Horgan; Aine O Loughlin (0-5 2F) Becky Foley (2-2) Maire Begley; Hannah Horgan (0-2) Eimear Kelly (0-6 5F) Eimear Begley.

Subs: Leah Hawes (0-1) for Eimear Begley, Sarah Sherlock for Hannah Horgan.

Feakle Killanena: Roisin Quilligan; Aoife Tuohy, Eileen Daly, Ellie Edge O’Neill; Zi Yan Spillane, Ella MacNamara, Meave Brady; Evelyn Duggan (0-1) Roisin Mc Mahon; Shanua Canny, Robyn Conway, Claire McNamara; Laura McGrath (0-2), Regan Conway (0-2) Lorna McNamara (1-5 3F)

Subs: Louise Keehan for Roisin McMahon, Louise O’Callaghan for Meave Brady, Rachael McNamara for Claire McNamara

Referee: Johnny Healy

Scariff/Ogonnelloe gain revenge on the Blues

Scariff/Ogonnelloe 2-12
Newmarket-on-Fergus 2-08
Venue: Fr McNamara Park

A repeat of the 2019 county final and the 2020 semi-final, the third meeting in as many years of these sides went the way of the East Clare women. The result secures Scariff/Ogonnelloe’s place in the last four and piles the pressure on Newmarket-on-Fergus who are under pressure to advance from the group. This tough physical match kept spectators enthralled until the final puck.

Newmarket were the stronger of the sides in the opening half but their cause was diminished when corner forward Jenny Kelly was forced off with a head injury. Last year’s beaten finalists led for the majority of the first half but were dealt a major setback with the concession of an Aisling Corbett goal which turned the game on its head and put her side one point up at half-time.

Scariff/Ogonnelloe were the much sharper side in the third quarter and really made inroads during this period. Lorraine Grady goaled to add to their dominance but as expected, Newmarket refused to wilt and struck for two green flags of their own via Laura McMahon.

Best on the day for Scariff Ogonnelloe were Susan Vaughan, Labhaoise O’Donnell, Alva Rodgers, Amy Barrett, with Rosin McMahon, Zoe McInerney and Laura McMahon best for Newmarket.

Scariff Ogonnelloe: Rachael Daly; Alison McGee, Susan Daly, Bonnie Wiley Murphy; Rachel Minogue, Ciara Doyle, Susan Vaughan; Lynda Daly, Amy Barrett; Jennifer Daly, Mairead Scanlan, Labhaoise O’Donnell; Alva Rodgers, Aisling Corbett, Abby Walsh.

Newmarket on Fergus: Ciara McCarthy; Aimee McInerney (C), Carol O Leary, Áine O’Brien; Aoife Griffin, Laura McMahon (2-0), Ellen Casey; Katie O Flanagan, Niki Kaiser (0-1); Michelle McMahon (0-1), Róisín McMahon, Caoimhe Lally; Jenny Kelly, Annemarie Hayes (0-1), Zoe McInerney (0-4F).

Subs: Kaci Toomey (0-1) for Jenny Kelly (inj) 14mins, Kate Clancy for Aoife Griffin 32 mins,
Tara O Neill for Róisín McMahon 45 min

Referee: Andy McMahon

Kilmaley get off the mark

Kilmaley 0-15
St Josephs 2-7

Intermediate Championship

Clarecastle/Ballyea 4-9 Éire Óg 1-13
Tulla 1-14 Whitegate 2-8

Junior A Championship
Inagh Kilnamona 1-12 Ruan/Crusheen 2-9

Junior B Championship
Newmarket on Fergus 2-5 Feakle Killanena 0-4
Parteen 7-8 Éire Óg 1-3
Truagh Clonlara 3-17 Sixmilebridge 1-2

Junior C Championship
Broadford 6-10 Clarecastle/Ballyea 3-3
Cratloe 3-8 Banner 2-7

U13 Championship

U13A Cup Semi Final
Sixmilebridge 3-5 Kilkishen/Bodyke 2-5

U13A Shield Semi Final
Kilmaley 0-6 Scariff Ogonnelloe 1-2

U13B Shield Final
Smith O’Briens 3-7 St Josephs Doora/Barefield 0-1

U13C Cup Final
Éire Óg 4-0 Parteen 0-9

U13C Shield Final
Corofin 4-0 Whitegate 3-1

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