Congratulations for U/14 Cashel Schoolgirls soccer player

Jimmy Walsh (representing the Referees Association) presenting the TSSDL Under-14 Player of the Year award to Kate Gayson-Molloy. Also in the photograph is Kate's mum Marie.
Cashel Schoolgirls player Kate Gayson Molloy was chosen as the TSSDL U/14 Player of the Year for 2014 after a hugely successful season in which she helped the club to win its first ever league title.

Cashel Schoolgirls player Kate Gayson Molloy was chosen as the TSSDL U/14 Player of the Year for 2014 after a hugely successful season in which she helped the club to win its first ever league title.

A member right from the very start of the club, Kate scored the first ever goal for Cashel Town’s Schoolgirls almost three years ago, and hasn’t stopped scoring since. She’s been the top scorer in the league for the past two years running, and was club top scorer last season at U/14 and U/16 level. A scourge of defences all over, she’s raring to get on the score sheet and bring the club more success this season.

Meanwhile, in what has been one of the biggest success stories in local sport in the past number of years, Cashel Town Schoolgirls begin their third season in the TSSDL Schoolgirls league with big ambitions of winning more titles for the club and pushing on for regional and national success in the year ahead. Already the largest schoolgirls club in Tipperary, the girls hope to add to their first ever league title won last April, by adding some more silverware and breaking out of the local scene to success in Munster and FAI Cups. Currently they have seven teams in action and this season have started an Academy for Young Players which trains girls from as young as five years old, in the hope of breeding future club successes. Their performance last weekend at Munster level where they were unbeaten for the second year running, is proof that they can compete with the best in Ireland, and not only do they hope that they can provide teams that win trophies in the years ahead, but have also set themselves ambitious plans to help some of their elite players to get selected to regional Munster squads and all the way to International level, with the club hoping some of its players will wear the green jersey of Ireland in the near future. With that success, comes plans to expand the club, and with that in mind, it is looking for more help - any support would be greatly appreciated.