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29/07/2021

Second half performance brings a second All-Ireland camogie title to St Colm's

The title bridges a gap since their 2009 senior success

Second half performance brings a second All-Ireland camogie title to St Colm's

St Colm's Draperstown U16 team

St Colm's Draperstown have won their second All-Ireland camogie title, with a 1-7 to 1-5 victory over Galway side St Cuan's Castleblakeney on Saturday afternoon at Breffni Park.

It bridges the gap for their 2009 senior success.

They had to come from three points down at half-time to take the title, with their goal coming from a handpass by captain Aoife Doyle.

ST COLM'S: Rhiannah O’Neill, Leanne McCullagh, Shannon Scullion, Niamh Hamill, Rachel McCullagh, Cliodhna Hickson (0-2f), Ciara Scullion, Erin Kelly, Cara Donnelly (0-1), Anna McDaid, Sinéad McGuigan (0-3, 2f), Mary Jo Mc Eldowney, Shannon Burns, Aoife Doyle (1-1), Grace Kelly.
SUBS: Hannah Scullion for S Burns (45), Orfhlaith Henry, Rose Kelly, Amy Lindsay, Katie Jo McNamee, Jodie Ann Devlin, Maddie McIvor.

ST CUAN'S Amy Kenny, Sarah Coen, Jacqueline Glynn capt., Emma Finnerty, Emma Gormally, Jane Higgins, Sinéad McManus, Molly Mulryan, Emma Queeney, Aoife Quinn (0-4, 3f), Rachel Mellody, Gráinne O’Neill, Ali Glynn (1-0), Claire Glynn (0-1), Aoife Gormally.
SUB: Róisín Hynes for G O'Neill.

More coverage in Tuesday's County Derry Post.

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