Murroe Boher Intermediate Ladies Footballers maintain 100% record.

Feohanagh Castlemahon 2-12 Murroe Boher 8-15.

Murroe Boher Ladies Gaelic Football team had a convincing though hard fought victory over Feohanagh Castlemahon in Castlemahon on Tuesday evening to maintain their 100% start to the Intermediate championship.

The scoreline however does not reflect how tough the game was. Murroe Boher started brightly with early points from Catriona Laffan & Megan O Mara. However Feohanagh then took charge and scored 1-04 in the next 5 minutes. Niamh Richardson responded with a fine point from play before the very impressive Megan O Mara Clare Keating and Catriona Laffan goaled for Murroe Boher. Feohanagh added 3 points of their own during this spell to leave the score 3-03 to 1-07. Points by Niamh Richardson and Megan O Mara extended the lead but the game was proving to be a serious contest with 2 fine teams contesting every ball vigorously. The final 10 minutes in the 1st have belonged to Murroe Boher though with Grainne Regan notching 2-02 and Clare Keating, who was superb throughout, adding a further 1-01 to leave the half-time score 5-08 to 1-07. Murroe Boher started the 2nd half well with Clare Keating and Niamh Richardson adding a brace of points each but Feohanagh Castlemajon responded with 1-01 in quick succession.Clare Keating got her 3rd goal of the night before Megan O Mara and Niamh Richardson added 2 more points. Feohanagh added 4 points before the game finished but Murroe Boher through Lisa Leonard added 1-01 to leave the final score Murroe Boher 8-15 Feohanagh Castlemajon 2-12. This was a great squad display but special mention to Aisling Regan and Siobhan O Connor in backs who were outstanding. Aoife and Roisin O Malley ably assisted by Niamh Holmes and Louise Crowley kept Feohanagh under tremendous pressure all night and the introduction of Anna Ryan helped maintain this momentum. Niamh Richardson with a personal tally of 0-05 was everywhere and Shauna Ryan turned in another performance way beyond her years. The forwards all performed well with particular mention to Alannagh Russell and Michelle Norris who set up numerous scores. The introduction of Aimee O Brien, Lisa Leonard and Andrea Crowe helped keep the pressure on the Feohanagh Castlemahon defence. Susan O Brien had an excellent game in goals culminating in a fine penalty save in the final minute.  Overall a very good result. There is one game remaining in the group phase v Oola on Friday evening at Boher pitch, throw in at 7 pm and with qualification for the county semi final assured we are hoping for another good performance.