Saturday, January 29, 2022

EARLY goals from Caoimhe Jordan and Ciara Quirke set Myshall on the way to the 2021 Leinster Intermediate Camogie Championship as they beat Kilmessan of Meath by 3-13 to 0-10.

Myshall’s Aimie Nolan loses her hurley to Kilmessan’s Aoibhin Lally. Photo: michaelorourkephotography.ie

Myshall totally dominated the first half and led 2-10 to 0-1 at half time. Myshall made absolutely sure of the win early in the second half when Quirke smashed home her second goal from a penalty after Tara Wilson had been fouled.

Kilmessan pulled back some scores as Myshall took their foot off the pedal over the remainder of the game but the result was never in doubt.

Myshall now take on St Rynaghs in Kinnegad in the final next Saturday. The Offaly side beat Myshall in the 2020 Leinster semi-final last December before going on to lift an All-Ireland title earlier this month. Brendan Hayden will be hoping his team can overturn that result next week.

Full report and reaction from this game in Tuesday’s paper.

 

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