St Johns will against Lucan
On Sunday, the St Johns junior camogie team got their season off to a fine start with a comprehensive 13 point win over Lucan Sarsfields on a final scoreline of 4 – 4 to 0 – 3.
Leading from the off, Ballinteer opened strongly and piled on the pressure straight from the throw-in despite playing against a strong breeze. Leading at half time, the team pushed on in the second half, never letting a youthful Lucan side gain any momentum. The BSJ team successfully blended youth and experience, and in the end were far too strong for their west-side opponents. Next Sunday sees the junior team take on St Finianians at Thomas Davis venue in Kiltipper Road at 2.30pm
BSJ Players in Iosagain Success
The club is delighted to offer it’s congratulations to Colaise Iosagain who won the All-Ireland Camogie Colleges final on Sunday last, beating St Mary’s Macroom by 3 – 7 to 0 – 4. Ballinteer St Johns camogie is particularly happy that eight of the club’s players featured in the Iosagain success. Well done to all concerned. The eight girls were Jane Tully, Róisin Nic Uileagóid, Róisin Kiernan, Niamh Leahy, Kate Mooney, Emily Gaughan, Maeve O’Connor and Sarah Fallon.
Dublin Fiona Hayes win over Tipperary
On the inter-county senior camogie scene, our club star Fiona Hayes had an outstanding game for Dublin in their superb win over Tipperary in the opening match of their National League campaign. Playing at right half back, Fiona and her half back colleagues Grainne Quinn and Catriona Power put in a very powerful display. With Louise O’Hara contributing 5 points while excelling at midfield and with all six forwards getting on the scoreboard, the Dublin ladies were a point ahead at the final whistle. Congratulations to all, and best of luck for the remainder of the season.
Reminder: training continues Wednesdays, meet at Broadford at 7.15.
Finally, please ensure that all registration paperwork and fees are returned to teams management, club officials or to clubhouse as soon as possible.