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Sunday December 04, 2022
Home Ladies Ladies record victory in last round

Ladies record victory in last round

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It took until the last round of the intermediate championship for Moynalvey to notch up their first winning points of the championship.

Moynalvey 2-13 Clan Na Gael   1-7

Hopefully it’s the start of a winning week for the Moynalvey club as the ladies show how to win in style and are hoping that their male counterparts can produce the same outcome when they take on Summerhill this weekend’s senior championship. In a dull Rathcairn on Monday evening last it was Moynalvey who came out comprehensive winners. They produced a display of football that had been absent in most of the other championship games. They played with pride, strength and courage and moved the ball with confidence. These two bottom teams had it all to play for and Clan Na Gael, from the first whistle never looked like they were going to lie down and except defeat. Their attacks were always a threat for the Moynalvey defence. Assisted with the wind in the first half, Moynalvey took advantage of the elements and notched up 1-10 in the first half in comparison to Clan Na Gael’s 1-1.

Monalvey fought off a stern test from Clan Na Gael in the second half when the Athboy side enlisted the help of their American recruits especially in the ever prominent Vivienne Mc Cormack. At midfield for the away side was the exceptional Nicola Murphy who had her own personal tally at 3 points. In the attack at wing forward Jennifer Mc Loughlin made a superb contribution with (1-2) to her name. Tara Smith had a terrific game in an unusual position for herself at full forward with a personal tally of (1-3). Every girl played with pride in their jersey but the overall player of the match was Katie Little. She was exceptional. She proved that any good player could be put in any position and play out of their skin. Wing forward wouldn’t usually be her position but she took to it like a duck to water and notched up 2 points of her own. She won every single ball given to her and when asked to play a defensive role in the second half the position change didn’t faze her.

That brings an end to Moynalvey’s championship. Unfortunately we haven’t ended the year as we would have liked. But I have to say a big thank you to the girls that I’ve played with this year. You’re a big credit to the club!

Moynalvey team and scorers: M. Conneely, C. Mallee, A. Smith, R. Mallee C. Donoghue, T. Little, K. Lawless, L. Donoghue, N. Murphy (0-3), J. Mc Loughlin (1-2), C. Harnan (0-2), K. Little (0-2), J. Moriarty (0-1) , T. Smith (1-3), R. Pender


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