Waterford County Camogie Notes
19 August 2012
Brickey Rangers Camogie Club
The Brickey Ranger Camoige Club was formed in 2007 and was successful in winning both the junior league and the championship in its inaugural year. Camoige is proving to be very popular in the Brickey valley and surrounding areas. The Club is continuing to grow, with well over 100 members registered in 2012.We are now playing at senior level and fielding teams at all levels in 2012.
Underage have moved up to A competition last year after much success in B competition. Adult club have regarded to junior/Intermediate this year. We have a number of club players on county panels.
Club Colours: Black and Amber
Club Chairperson & PRO: Deirdre Hahesy.
Club Secretary: Carmel Curran (contact;email@example.com)
Club Treasurer: Mary Curran.
Club Child Welfare Officer:Margaret Collins.
Club Main Mentors: Brendan Donnelly/ Pat Connaughton/ Brona O'Neill/ Deirdre Nugent
County Minor Championship
The County minor Championship has reached County Final stage. Both the minor A and B semi-finals were played in Fraher field on Tuesday evening last August 14th. In the minor B it was An Rinn who topped their group and were awarded a place in the final and were awaiting the result of the semi-final ie. Roanmore V Brickey Rangers to confirm who are their opponents in the final. This game was the first of the two semi-finals in Fraher field and it was Brickey Rangers who came out on top to claim their place in the final V and Rinn, the score reading Brickey Rangers 9-6 Roanmore 1-1.
The second semi-final of the night which was the Cppoquin V Lismore game in the A group. In this group it was St. Annes who were the group toppers and were secures of their place in the final. It was Cappoquin who were the victors in the semi-final beating Lismore on a score line of Cappoquin 6-10 Lismore 2-7
The minor County finals now goes ahead on Saturday September 1st in Fraher Field Dungarvan with the Minor B final An Rinn V Brickeys going ahead at 2pm and the Minor A St. Annes V Cappoquin at 3.30 pm.
Junior County Final
The Junior County Final will take place on Saturday September 1st. This years finalists are Lismore and Gaultier.
All Ireland Intermediate Championship
All roads lead to the Gaelic Grounds Limerick on Saturday August 25th to cheer on our County Intermediate Camogie Team as they play Galway's Intermediate Camogie team in the All Ireland Intermediate Camogie semi-final. The Deise ladies are set to create more history for Waterford camogie this year having won the All Ireland Junior title last year are competing this year for a place in the Intermediate final this year. The Waterford girls will have it all to play for in the semi-final this year against Galway as the Galwegian girls topped their group and are already intermediate competitors while its the Waterford girl's first time competing at this level.But the experience of the girls on winning the junior final last year should give team manager Mark Cooney , his fellow selectors and back room staff some great confidence on the girls achieving the penultimate again this year. Throw in for this game is Saturday August 25th @ 2pm in the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.
U14 Development Squad
Training for the U14 development squad still carries on despite the inclement weather conditions over the summer months. The girls played Wexford two weeks ago in St. Martins pitch near Wexford town in which they acquitted themselves well on the day and were down to play a Limerick selection in Golden Co. Tipperary on Wednesday last but was unfortunately cancelled due to the weather.All this experience and hard training will help the girls for the Munster blitz which is due to take place in Thurles on this Saturday. August 22nd