Camogie: Young Dubs make the city proud in a small clash with Galway

The Tesco Minor ‘A’ Championship took place in frigid Abbotstown on Sunday afternoon. Galway won, 1-17 to 1-5. The scoreboard doesn’t look good on Dubs.

attie Kenny is standing. His daughter, Hayley, is a right-back for Galway. Joe Rabbitte’s daughter, Olwen, is Galway’s central striker.

In the first half, Olwen performed a solo that stretched the length of the N17. Her day was cut short by trauma. It’s so regret.

Carlow’s Garvan Weir is also present in the audience. For so long, the heartbeat of the engine room Éire Óg. His daughter, Cara, of Lucan Sarsfields, is making him proud.

On an adjoining field, Lancashire are playing against Longford in Division 3B of the National Hurling League. Longford won, 1-26 to 3-11. Lancashire is being managed by Stan Murray-Hession. His brother, Hilary, prince of goalkeepers, of Syls and Fingal, came out to assist.

Dublin also felt the cheers of the crowd on their backs. Zara Thorne is one of the best players on the pitch. She displays her energy and distribution as sharp as the breeze.

One of the highlights of the competition was a first-half catch and first-leg from Dublin’s Sinead Daly. When she dashed off the cover, she was fouled. She has transformed herself to freedom at the end of the road. She is the highest-achieving among the freelancers.

Dublin midfielder Leonie Power landed a free gem ahead of time.

Dublin was unlucky not to score a goal or two in each half. There was a mighty group of contenders at the edge of Eyre Square.

In attack, however, Galway was a fleet with legs. They constantly ran to the defense of the host. Niamh McInerney has taken control with half the striker.

There is a real fascination up to now. There isn’t a second to admire the stitching on the sliotar. A barrier was broken, and in the second half, near Galway’s goal, a small game developed that looked unlikely at Lansdowne Road.

Galway has the advantage at halftime, 0-8 to 0-3. But three minutes into the second half, Dublin opened the scoring. Hannah Gibbs sent the letter and Ashling Nyhan placed it in the mailbox.

Galway’s response was decisive. They attack to get a collection of quick-fire points that have a sparkling scoreboard. And it was Aoibheann Barry who raised their score with a goal, after Alannah Fahy’s pass.

Once again, however, the young Dubs left it all there. They have devoted themselves to the management team of John O’Connell, Donal Ryan, Thomas Gleeson and Sandra Tarr.

The advisors praised the team’s commitment. Just like last season when Dublin cornered Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final.

On Sunday, when they left the field, they were greeted with a standing ovation. The great Brian Talty, a star of Tuam, looked on. And join the applause.

Training wise philosophers

Paul O’Connell used to be very nervous before an international team. Nerves will start on Monday. And he’ll be out of luck in Saturday’s game.

He said it to Joe Schmidt the other day. Schmidt told him all we could do was try and do our best in the next minutes. Do your best in the next situation we encounter.

Paul said that the pearl of wisdom helped him a lot. On Newstalk the other night, Johnny Giles was talking about Matt Busby, his former manager at Manchester United.

“He has considerable patience. He never felt uncomfortable after games. He just said, ‘see you all on Monday’. “

There is sure to be plenty of wisdom to be shared at the inaugural Leinster Camogie Coaching Academy starting March 12. Sixteen coaches will participate, including from Dublin clubs Na Fianna, St. Maur’s, Na Gaeil Oga and Clanna Gael Fontenoy.

All aspects will be covered. Themes, on and off the field. Leinster Camogie President Linda Kenny welcomed the initiative. “This is a great opportunity for coaches across the province to develop and reach their coaching potential.”

Expected success on the road will instill faith

There is nothing like a win to raise today. Dublin beat Offaly at Moneygall in their second match in the National League of Ireland Littlewoods Division 1.

It’s 1-12 to 0-2 for Dubs. And a well-deserved win. Last week, Dublin lost to all-Irish champion Galway at Grangegorman.

A trial of starting a business. But Dublin made some good bags in that game. That leaves coach Adrian O’Sullivan filled with encouragement.

Dublin will now go to Tipperary next weekend and they will finish the group at home to Down.
Like she did with Galway, Castleknock’s Aisling O’Neill had a brilliant match. She scored the winning goal for Dublin, giving them a 1-6 to 0-1 lead at half-time.

Aisling Maher has also made a generous contribution, while Kerrie Finnegan has made a valuable impact, as has captain Hannah Hegarty.

Elyse Jamieson-Murphy’s Na Fianna is also flourishing. She showed stellar form in the Dublin senior championship last season.

One of her best games was on Mobhi Road in a thrilling draw against Lucan Sarsfields. It was Lucan’s Emma Flanagan who scored the golden point that kept the Dubs on the top floor against Waterford last summer, and a result like this should boost confidence.

In defence, Naomh Olaf’s Christine Shanahan is in the spotlight for her solid contributions. She need look no further for advice; Eve O’Brien and Muireann Kelleher bring a lot of experience to the defence.
Dublin camogie chairman Karl O’Brien said: “It was a very good performance.

“Besides played very well. With wind and against wind. Overall, it was a very sonic performance. ”
A road win always adds a spoonful of sugar, and the news was also bright from Carlow as Dublin beat the hosts 3-7 to 0-7 in Division 3 of the league. Camogie: Young Dubs make the city proud in a small clash with Galway

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