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U18s 2019 - National Cup Squad


U14s 2019



U12s - 2019


U10s -2019


20th January 2020
It was a very busy week on the court with or U12s, 14s, 16s and 18s all in action. for the U16 and U18 girls' teams there were double headers in the Cork League.Our U18 girls are really playing well at the moment and recorded two outstanding home wins.On Saturday, the girls put in a very polished and professional performance against Cobh who had beaten the girls early in the season. This game was decided very early as our girls dominated from the start. Great defence coupled with good decision making in offence had the girls 17-5 up at the end of the first quarter. The second quarter followed a similar pattern as the girls stretched out their lead to 32-14 at the interval. The girls continued to dominate in the third quarter and had this game well in safe keeping entering the final quarter. Cobh were unlucky to find our girls in such terrific form and their young squad should be commended as they competed right to the end.Final Score St Colms 59 Cobh 28Top scorers for the girls were Sophie Moore 14, Bronagh Dollard 11 and Amy Higgins 9.
Buoyed by the win on Saturday, there was a quiet confidence amongst the girls that they could compete with the last remaining unbeaten team in the league i.e Waterford Wildcats. This was a superbly contested game between two talented and committed sides. The girls powered by an inspired performance by Abbie Pigott took a deserved 17-11 first quarter lead. Wildcats had a strong second quarter, playing tough defence to slow down our girls scoring rate. Our girls still led though at half time 25-23. The rest of the game was basket for basket and it was no surprise that the game ended level at 43 points apiece at the end of normal time.Wildcats hit the first 5 points in overtime, but our girls have this never say die attitude about them this season. They are a real battled hardened group of girls who compete right to the end. It was the same again on Sunday with the girls scoring 6 unanswered points at the end to seal a memorable 49-48 win.Top Scorers for the girls were Abbie Pigott 20, Sophie Moore 14 and Bronagh Dollard 7.
The girls will hope to continue their rich vein of form when they play Midleton away next Sunday.

Our U16 girls are going through a difficult patch at the moment and found it tough going against the two top sides in Cork this season. Injuries and loss of confidence are taking it's toll on this young squad and they know that a big collective effort is required from them all to get back to winning ways.On Saturday, the girls faced a Cobh side who had one of those nights when they shot the lights out. They hit 6 "3" pointers in an exhibition of shooting which just wore down our girls. The final score line was a win for Cobh 63-32.
On Sunday, the girls faced the league leaders Brunell. The girls played great defence in the first quarter but were rocked by an early injury to Aine who had to leave the game. The girls were right in this game at half time as they trailed 14-25 with all the team seeing plenty of court time. The wheels came off for our girls in the third quarter and matters were not helped by the fact that both Amy and Abbie had to sit out with little niggles.Final score was a win for Brunell on a score of 58-19.
The girls have a break next week which will allow them to regroup and refocus after a tough stretch of games.

The U14 girls had also had two games this week. First up was a Cork League game on Saturday against Donoughmore. The last time these teams met they were separated by only 3 points. This time around the girls weren't going to give us the same nail biting finish. They were fast out of the blocks running the court well with Nofessat, Anna and Grainne making some good scores. The second quarter was a tight affair and it took the girls a while to settle into their rhythm. Scores from Melissa and Maxim helped to calm the girls with Treasa playing well on the point. The team was rotated throughout the third and fourth quarters with Grainne playing point and her passing allowed Aisling, Maxim and Ciara get some easy scores. Scores were spread throughout the team. The only aspect that the girls need to work on is their free throw shooting. Top scorers were Nofessat, Anna and Melissa.

On Sunday the girls made the trip to Springfield for their North Munster Cup Quarter Final. A slow start and some turn overs and bit of nerves saw a very low scoring first half. The girls upped the tempo in the third and final quarter which allowed them pull away with good scores from Maxim, Nofessat and Natasha. The girls again missed too many free throws and should have put the game to bed much earlier. Well done to the squad who were available for both days and a massive thanks to Jade and Claire who stepped in on Sunday. Again scores were well spread throughout the team. Thanks to a very young Springfield team for a sporting game. Top scorers were Natasha, Maxim and Nofessat. The girls now progess to the semi-final where they will play Glen Cruisers.
But before that the girls have a busy week ahead as they play UL in the North Munster league on Tuesday 21st at 7.15pm in CBS. The team is then on the road to Bandon next Saturday and then play Morning Star on Sunday morning in CBS in a NM league game.
Finally a mention for the U12s who were made the trip to Parochail Hall on Saturday night to take on Bandon in the Cork Championship. The 12s have grown with every game this season and they were in excellent form here putting in a strong team performance coming away with a big win. This win takes the girls into the semi-finals of the championship where they will face Waterford Wildcats or Cobh.
And there is another busy week ahead with North Munster League games against UL Huskies and Morning Star followed by another trip to Cork to take on Carraig na BhFear in the League.

Best of luck to all our teams over the coming week.