The Juniors travelled to the Ragg on Wednesday night last, June 25th, to play Knockshegowna in the League Semi-Final. Cashel played well and ran out comprehensive winners and thus qualified to play another north div team Portroe in the final.
Cashel also came out winners on last Friday night, June 27th, when they won over Lorrha in the LIT Summer League. They meet Newport Ballinahinch on Friday July 4th (Away to Ballinahinch)
The time and venue for the U/12 Shield County Final has not yet been agreed. Monday July 7th, in the County pitch at the Ragg, has been proposed.
Please contact the club for any further confirmation.
The Juvenile Church Gate collection will take place this coming Saturday and Sunday , July 5th and 6th. Cashel Camogie Club sincerely thank all their supporters, in particular, those supporters who kindly gave financial support to Cashel’s U/14 who travelled to Loughgiel Shamrocks to take part in Feile Na nGael-Ulster 2014.
Feile Na nGael
Friday 20th June to Sunday 22nd 2014
Cashel V Loughgiel Shamrocks (Co Antrim)
Cashel opened their Feile account when playing Loughgiel Shamrocks, their host club, at their state of the art complex in Loughgiel. Cashel were first to score raising the green flag after five minutes, another goal just before half time saw them lead at the break by 2-0 to 1-1. Cashel add two more points after the restart but Loughgiel scored a gem of a goal to leave one point between the sides with one minute to go. In the final seconds Loughgiel scored 1-1 to leave the full time score:
Loughgiel: 3-2: Cashel: 2-2
What a match this turned out to be, the standard of camogie played by both sides was a delight to watch.
Cashel travelled to Glenullin, Co Derry on Saturday morning to play the home team. Cashel opened their account after three minutes by scoring two great points from play and a brilliant goal from a four player movement. Glenullin opened their account with a point from a free, to leave the half time score 1-2 to 0-1
Glenullin started the second half by bombarding the Cashel goal but the backs were super and only conceded two points from frees. Cashel broke up the field and scored a great point from play leaving the full time score:
Cashel 1-3: Glenullin: 0-3
The 2nd gme on Saturday Cashel take on Craanford (Co Wexford) in a must win match.
What a blistering first half was seen here, with both sides playing great camogie. Cashel opened with a great point from play but back came Crawford to hit the back of the Cashel net. From the puck out Cashel scored a brilliant goal and just before the half time break Craanford scored a point from a free to level both sides going in at the break 1-1 each.
Cashel came out in the second half and gave an exhibition of camogie, scoring points from all angles and a brilliant individual goal to leave the final score: Cashel: 2-7: Craanford: 1-1
The third game on Saturday was All ireland Quarter Final V Douglas (Cork)
Cashel came out all guns blazing and completely out classed Douglas to lead at the interval 4-1 to 0-1
The second half of the match saw Cashel add a further 1-3 to their credit with no response from Douglas leaving the full time score:
5-4 to 0-1
Sunday 22nd (1st Game) (12.30pm in Mahera, Co Derry)
ALL IRELAND SEMI-FINALS: Cashel V Slaughtneil (Co. Derry)
What a battle Cashel had on their hands here against a physical imposing Derry side which towered over the Cashel side in height, at U/14 level it was a rare sight to see when the two sides lined up for the start of the game.
Cashel were not overawed and opened up with a point from a free. Slaughtneil put the Cashel defence under pressure for the rest of the half and scored two points from frees, leaving the half time score Slaughtneil: 0-2 Cashel: 0-1
The second half was much the same, but the Cashel defence were brilliant all through. Cashel broke up the field and scored a great goal and with five minutes left on the clock Slaughtneil bombarded the Cashel defence which once again stood solid to leave the full time score Cashel: 1-1 Slaughtneil: 0-2
ALL IRELAND FEILE FINAL
Cashel V Loughgiel Shamrocks
What a game, the hooking, blocking and striking was a gem to watch. Cashel opened their account with a point from a free and added a further point from play. Loughgiel responded by scoring two points and again Cashel responded. The turning point came when Loughgiel scored a goal and a point to see them lead at the interval 1-3 to 0-3.
Cashel came out in the second half and quickly added two points. From here in a ding dong ensued with both sides giving their all,the pendulum finally coming down on the side of the northern girls who won by 3-3 to 1-5.
Cashel Camogie Club would like to congratulate their U/14 panel who have made their parents, families and friends and their club very proud.
In fourteen starts this season they have succeeded in twelve, and are now the runners up in The All Ireland U/14 Feile. Well done girls. A very special Thank You and Congratulations to: Michael, David, Kirsty and Emily for all the great work.
To Loughgiel Shamrocks, congratulations and well done. Cashel send a special thank you for your unforgettable hospitality and kindness, also to the host families and to everyone in Loughgiel. We wish your Club every success in the future and hope to meet with you again.
The Rosegreen-Rockwell U14’s have continued their West Hurling league campaign in recent weeks with mixed results. The most recent outing saw the team travel to the home of Lattin-Cullen where a keenly fought contest saw little between the teams in the first half. Credit to the panel as they played really well in the second half to record a victory on a scoreline of 4-06 to 2-08. This competition has been a great boost to the panel with regular matches before the West Championship begins in August.