Ballyboden St. Endas v’s Ballinteer St. John Senior A Championship

6th October 2019 PUM

Ballyboden St. Endas 2‐13, Ballinteer St. John’s 0 – 5

The Boden girls ensured a home semi‐final with a convincing win over Ballinteer St Johns on Sunday
morning in Pairc Uí Mhurchú. The visitors took an early lead but were soon overhauled with some
fine scores from the Boden team. Leading by 1‐6 to 0‐2 at half time, Boden continued to accumulate
scores and a goal early in the second half put paid to any chance of a Ballinteer comeback. This was a
strong performance by the girls who put together some great phases of play to yield scores. The
backs were dominant, restricting the visitors to 5 points, all from frees. The midfield and forwards
linked up very well to create scores and all in all it was an excellent team performance. They have
successfully negotiated their way through the qualifying rounds to land a home semi‐final v’s
neighbouring club St. Judes which they fully deserve.

Team: Síle Ni Coitir, Eve O’Donoghue, Hannah Hyland, Aoife Durkin, Grace Walsh, Sarah Nagle
(Captain), Hannah Leddy, Laura Nagle (0‐1), Martha O Donoghue(0‐2), Ciara Ruddy, Dearbhla
Brennan (1‐1), Eimear O Leary, Doireann Mullany (0‐2), Mairead Luttrell (1‐0) Darina Ryan(0‐5, 0‐
3(f),0‐1(45)), Rachel Ruddy, Laura Burns, Aisling Byrne, Claire Kirwan 0‐1), Katie McDonald, Ally
Ramsden, Aoife Tobin, Danielle White (0‐1) Natalia Hyland