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Saturday 22nd April


Mullabrack ladies v Culloville Ladies

venue: Culloville


O'Donnabhain Rosa Ladies Mullabrack travelled to Culloville on Saturday 22nd April to play their 3rd senior league match. It proved to be a very successful journey as they achieved their first victory with Josey McSorely outstanding as usual in goals and well supported by her full back line of Natasha McNamee, Michaela Dougan and Dearbhla Corvan


Our half backs, Helen Corvan, Catherine Rice and  Breige Crossan worked tirelessly in defence to support Ciara McSorely and Jemma Rice in midfield. Our half forwards, Kerry Brennan, Christina Crilly and Kevina McNamee got great possession and played the ball well to the full forward line. In the early minutes of the game our full forward Shauna Gollogly wasted no time in scoring the first point of the game. This was quickly followed by another point and also a point from the team captain, Christina Crilly.


The team reached half time with a well taken goal by Lisa Fields who played an exceptional game. The half time score was 1 goal and 3 points to Mullabrack and no score to Culloville.


Culloville came back with a vengeance in the second half scoring 2 goals and 1 point. Katrina Nugent was introduced early in the second half to the Mullabrack full back line and helped to maintain a strong defence. With only 10 minutes remaining Christina Crilly drove a high ball to the full forward line and Lisa Fields once again got the ball and dispatched it to the back of the net.


Mullabracks defence held firm for the remaining nail biting 10 minutes despite severe pressure from Culloville. Josey McSorely brought off many great saves and Jemma Rice also cleared the ball off the line towards the end of the game. Dearbhla Corvan, despite the pressure from several Culloville forwards continued to win the ball and Faye Rice who played her first senior match displayed a lot of skill in the midfield area.


Mullabrack worked exceptionally well as a team from goal to full forward and the players and supporters enjoyed this clean well fought game. Mullabrack would like to thank Culloville for their sportsmanship and as both teams are only in their first year of Senior Ladies football we hope to have many more such sporting games in the future.





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