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U12 Green Ladies played Kilkerrin Clonberne in the fourth game of the Championship in Claregalway on Monday evening. This was a tightly fought contest from start to finish with nothing to separate the two teams. Both sets of defenders worked hard to minimise scores and there was just 3 points between the teams at the break 1-4 to 0-3. The second half was more of the same with the Kil/Clonberne side starting the strongest narrowing the gap before equalising with just 5 minutes to go. An excellent point from play put Claregalway just one point ahead and despite intense pressure from the opposition they managed to hold on to this slim lead until the final whistle. The final score was Claregalway 2-5, Kilkerrin Clonberne 1-7. Panel: Jayne Conlon, Ellen Conneally, Shauna Flaherty, Emma Coakley, Ellen Coyle, Gemma Coll, Kaitlin Kearney, Maeve Moran, Andrea Trill, Sinead Donovan, Isobel Moran, Niamh Moran, Amy O Connell, Aoife Lyons, Jillian O Gorman, K Quinn, Irene.

Next training for both panels on saturday at 5.15 in Knockdoemore.

Last week Claregalway U-14’s defeated Corofin the the A Championship semi-final by 6-6 to 2-6 and will play Killannin in the county Final on October 13th. On Saturday the 6th October Claregalway U-14 ladies will travel to Kilmacud Crokes to defend their All-Ireland Sevens title won last September. Training on Saturdays at 5:30 in Knockdoemore.

U-16 Girls training on Wednesday at Claregalway from 7-8pm. The Championship semi-final against KilkerrinClonbern will take place this Saturday in Claregalway at 11am.

Minor ladies played Naoimhe Mhuire in the Championship semi-final on Sunday evening in Claregalway. Claregalway got a great start with two early goals and went on to win on a score of 5-10 to 0-7. Claregalway will now play in the Mairead Meehan Cup Final in Caltra. Minor training in Claregalway on Wednesday evenings from 7-8pm