Posted by Dermot Coll in Sport.

Cregmore-Claregalway FC U14 girls completed a unique League and Cup double in Deacy Park recently when they captured the GFA cup with a resounding victory over Colga FC to add to the Premier League trophy they had secured the previous week with a superb 4–3 win over old rivals Salthill Devon in an exciting game.


First half goals from Andrea Trill, Niamh Moran and two excellent long range Rhiann Heery strikes gave the Cregmore girls a comfortable half time lead. Further second half goals from Caitlin Quinn (2), Katey Roche and Shauna Brennan sealed the victory for Cregmore.

Goalkeeper Karen Connolly dealt capably with everything that Colga fired at her and she was ably assisted by her defenders Aoife Lyons, Amy Walsh and Sinead Murray.

In central midfield Cregmore were missing the injured Sinead Donovan but they had a more than capable understudy in Chellene Trill whose tireless running and workrate were a feature of the game.

After the game Pat Manogue of the Galway FA presented the GFA cup to joint Cregmore-Claregalway FC captains Caitlin Quinn, Sinead Donovan and Rhiann Heery.


Squad: Andrea Trill, Niamh Moran, Amy Walsh, Karen Connolly, Sinead Murray, Aoife Lyons, Shauna Brennan, Katelynn Roche, Sinead Donovan, Rhiann Heery, Caitlin Quinn, Chellene Trill, Kate Slevin, Emma Slevin, Aine Murphy. Managers: Dermot Coll, Tony Roe, Ben Trill, Helen Connolly. Lucky team mascot: Caitlin Trill