Lismore Camogie Club AGM
The AGM of Lismore Camogie Club will take place on Saturday next January 16th at 7pm (after 6.15 Mass) in the GAA Club House. All members and friends of Lismore camogie club are invited to attend.
All in Lismore Camogie Club would like to extend their condolences to the family of the late Sheamus Walsh of Ballyysaggart. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh sé
A Review of Lismore Camogie 2015
Lismore Senior Camogie Team
Lismore were through to the All Ireland Intermediate club final foe a second year in a row after a thrilling 1-14 to 1-12 win over Oranmore Maree of Galway on Sunday February 1st.
Lismore lose out agonisingly to Piltown in All Ireland Final in Croke Park on March 1st Lismore 1-09 Piltown 1-10
The Premium Butchers Senior League)
Lismore 1-10 Cappoquin 0-09
Lismore and Cappoquin served up a very entertaining game in local Derby as both sides played in Tallow GAA Field on Saturday May 16th in The Premium Butcher Senior League final. Lismore who were all out to recapture The Denny Buckley Cup after a years absence as St. Annes had claimed it from them in 2014.
Lismore Camogie welcomed on board Michael O Leary of the Red House Lismore their new sponsor for the Lismore senior Camogie team. The club had their official presentation of the new jersey sporting "The Red House" on Sunday evening August 23rd.
The Senior Camogie Team won the Non County Palyer League as they topped the table having won all games in the League.
Lismore do three in a row; Lismore 0-15 St. Annes 1-07 Sunday October 3rd 2015 was County Final Day for the clubs Senior Camogie Team and they were going for a three in a row of County Finals against arch rivals St. Anne's. This game was played in Fraher field Dungarvan in perfect weather conditions for a good game of camogie and indeed both teams served up a very entertaining game for all who attended.
It was not to be for Lismore in the Munster Intermediate Club Final 2015 which was played in the Mallow GAA Complex on Saturday November 28th. Lismore who were going for their three in a row of Munster Finals came up against a young and very determined Cahir side who stamped their authority from the start and subsequently out ran Lismore on a scoreline of Lismore 0-08 Cahir 2-10.
Junior and U 16 Teams
The club also fielded a Junior and U16 team, both who were not successful in 2015.
Congratulations to the U14 camogie team who took part in the Co. Féile Qualifiers on Saturday April 25th. The girls took on De La Salle in the first semi-final of the day and indeed great determination and defending was displayed by the girls and some great improvement in their skill since they played them in the first round of the Championship. Final score De La Salle 4-1 Lismore 1-0. The girls were knocked out of the Féile competition but qualified for the Féile Plate final which was against Butlerstown. The girls played even better in this match and kept Butlerstown scoreless winning on a scoreline of 2-0 to 0-0.
Well done to Faye Curley and Kelly Ryan who took 3rd and 4th respectively in the U16 long puck in Tramore race course.
Well done to Izabela Markiwich and Ciara Meagher who represented the club in the Feile skills competition in Abbeyside , both girls came in joint 3rd .
U8, U10 and U12
The Clubs U8, U10 and U12's took part in the varous Blitzes organised for them in the 2015 season and great enjoyment was had by the children and their mentors as improvement could be seen in every game that they played.
Following the Blitzes the clubs U12's took part in the U12 League held in June.The U12 league was completed and the following were the teams that Lismore played;Dungarvan, Portlaw, Abbeyside, Tramore and De La Salle. The girls had victories over Dungarvan and Portlaw and were defeated by Abbeyside, Tramore and De La Salle.
The clubs U13 team fielded in September and played well in this competition and were narrowly beaten in the semi final stage of his compettion by Gall Tir who went on to win the County Final on a comprehensive score.
The Club was very proud to have girls involved on the victorious County Teams
Caithriona McGlone (Captain), Nicola Morrissey and Shona Curran were members of the victorious Waterford Team who captured the Intermediate All Ireland title in Croke Park in September.
Caithriona McGlone and Nicola Morrissey were members of the Waterford team who won the All Ireland Intermediate League Title in May.
Faye Curley was a member of the Waterford U16 Team who won the U16B title while her father Philly Curley was a mentor.
Congrats to the girls namely Leann Landers, Katie Meagher, Kelly Ryan, Izzabella Markiech and Orla Ni Mhiachain on the Co. U14 development squad who were also very successful in their endeavours throughout the 2015 season . Our own Martina Landers was a selector on this squad.