Cnoc an Chonnaidh, Muineachán, H18 W897

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Coláiste Oiriall girls are Ulster Champions! Hollie Nic Uaid backboned the Coláiste Oiriall Girls Under 16B team to Ulster final victory with a man of the match display reflected in her personal tally of 3-05 playing at centre half back last  Thursday in Armagh.

The Oiriall girls secured a facile victory over St. Paul’s High School, Beesbrook on a score line of 4-13 to 2-2.
Shábháil Orna Ní Cheallaigh cúpla liathróid thábhacht ar an líne, Bhlocáil Áine Ní Dhufaigh agus Scarlett Ní Earáin cuid mhaith sa líne lánchúil. Bhí Jane Nig Fhinn fíormhaith ag marcáil an imreora ba láidre a bhí ag Ardscoil Naomh Pól. Chomhlíon Bríd Nic an Fhailí a ról mar chaptaen go críochnúil agus í ag clúdach an t-uafás talaimh agus ag scóráil 1-2.
Ní raibh duine ar bith ag argóint le rogha Hollie Nic Uaid a bheith mar Laoch na hImeartha agus 3-05 scórailte aici. Bhí comhimirt agus gluaiseacht den scoth ag na tosaithe Uainín Ní Chonghaile, Caoimhe Ní Mhaolchallan agus Alanna Ní Chorragáin.
Brid Nic an Fhailí played a captain’s part contributing 1-2 from midfield. Mia Ní Raghallaigh excelled and combined in attacking and falling back to defend. Emma Ní Mhiacháin with 0-01 point from play completed the halfback line with Mia and Hollie. The full forward line of Uainín Ní Chonghaile, Caoimhe Ní Mhaolchallan and Alanna Ní Chorragáin scored one point, three points and one point respectively. Their level of co-operation, interplay and movement was impressive.
In the halfback line Jane Nig Fhinn effectively man marked the opposition’s most dangerous player while Deribhile Ní Chianáin and Dearbhla Ní Ghallchóir also made noticeable contributions. The full back line was effective with some great blocking from Scarlett Ní Earáin and Áine Ní Dhufaigh ably assisted by Abbie Ní Fhionnagáin. Goalkeeper, Orna Ní Cheallaigh made a number of significant saves on the line.
Iarracht foirne a bhí ann gan amhras agus an-chothromaíocht a fheiceáil eatarthu ar an pháirc. Beidh girseacha Oiriall ag amharc chun tosaigh ar leathchraobh na hÉireann amach sa bhliain úr. Comhghairdeas leo agus lena mbainisteoir, an Múinteoir Niamh Nig Uidhir – éacht mhór bainte amach acu!
The halftime score was 2-10 to 0-01 but St. Paul’s came out fighting in the second half and for the first ten minutes succeeded in reducing the deficit considerably but the Oiriall girls were determined to take the silverware back to Monaghan and managed to move up a gear to close out any dangers from the Bessbrook girls. Coláiste Oiriall would particularly like to single out the role of Leah and Jamelle Ní Chuinneagáin who played the match before rushing off to their grandfather’s funeral in Broomfield.
Substitutes used were Jamelle Ní Chuinneagáin, Bronagh Ní Mhaoleoin and Leah Ní Chuanaí. Other substitutes were Maia Nic Uaid, Maébh Nic an Fhailí and Kerri Ann Bhreathnach. Eimhear Ní Fhaoláin and Katie Ní Chasaide were injured and Kayla Ní Chearáin was absent. North Monaghan and South Monaghan clubs were equally represented on the Oiriall team with players from Corduff and Truagh, Emyvale and Carrickmacross, Scotstown and Donaghmoyne and of course Monaghan Harps proudly representing the school.

Cnoc an Chonnaidh, Muineachán, H18 W897
eolas@oiriall.ie
+353-(0) 47 72344

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