SALLINS GIRLS IN CROKE PARK. 70 GIRLS AND 10 MENTORS ARE IN CROKE PARK FOR LADIES ALL IRELAND DAY WILL IT BE DUBLIN OR MAYO S DAY
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Venue Eadestown V Sallins Minor girls Sallins travelled to Eadestown for their 2nd league game. The home team started strong with a penalty well taken followed by 3 pts then 2 goals. In the 7th minute, Eve Brennan was first to score a point for sallins. Haley and Niamh scored a further six points before Eadstown again found the back of the net. More scores were traded and the first half finished Sallins 0-9, Eadstown 6-4. The second half saw a determined sallins team return with Haley scoring 1-1 before Eadstown added a point to their tally. Niamh and Leah Mccormack got two quick goals and the ball was kicked over the bar by many of the team including Aoife Kiernan, Lia Reilly & Claire Nugent. During this time, Eadstown scored one last goal and a point and despite loosing their keeper to injury for a couple of minutes, they managed to hold out for the narrowest win . Final score 3-17 to 7-6. Sallins u 13 divsion 4 played at home this week. These girls have played this league without a loss . Cappagh made the journey with just 15 girls. Sallins had a full panel. The first half was a very competitive with both teams trading scores. The second half saw Sallins kick on taking some great scores . Cappagh made a game if it until the end but ultimately Sallins strength and fresh legs saw them win well . Scorers for Sallins came from Saorise Power, Eabha Owens and all the Anna s Anna Carpenter, Anna Mc Gillaway Anna Higgins and Anna Reumkens .Scores for Cappagh were Alex Reynolds and Ava Byrne. Referree was Bill Brophy. The u 13 Division 7 girls also played at home this week. This time Baltinglass were the opposition. Coincidently Sallins and Baltinglass line out in identical Jerseys. So the Sallins girls wore their Pink bibs. This was a super competitive game of football. With both teams taking some fine scores and plenty defensive work been done . In the end with both sides running in their subs It was ultimately the last few scores by Baltinglass that was the difference. Final score Sallins 2-02 Baltinglass 2-09. Referree was Kevin Cullen Well done to all teams. Lastly Best of luck to all the ladies teams playing in the All Ireland tomorrow. Wishing our Mentors and approximately 80 of our girls traveling to Croke Park a Great day out Ladies football Abu
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