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Goals key as Camross march on in Leinster camogie championship

Camross 3-7 Myshall (Carlow) 0-10
Leinster Intermediate Camogie Quarter-final

The Camross camogie team got their Leinster intermediate campaign off to a winning start on Saturday thanks to a hard-earned win away to Carlow champions Myshall.

Sara Cuddy got a goal in each half with Sarah Anne Fitzgerald also helped herself to a goal from a penalty in the second half.

The sides were level at the break, 1-3 to 0-6, the goal from Cuddy and points from Andrea Scully, Fitzgerald and Kirsten Keenen.

Camross kicked on in the second half thanks to impressive performances from Clare Fitzgerald, Lauren Boyhan and Sile Burke with Sarah Anne’s penalty after a foul on Aoife Collier.

And Collier made the third goal late on when she got in behind the full-back line, drew the keeper and popped it into the path of Sara Cuddy who finished to the net.

Camross now take on Kildare champions Johnstownbridge at home in two weeks time.

SCORERS – Camross; Sara Cuddy 2-0, Sarah Anne Fitzgerald 1-2 (1-0 penalty, 0-2 frees), Kirsten Keenan 0-2 (frees), Andrea Scully, Lauren Boyhan and Sile Burke 0-1 each

CAMROSS: Niamh Dollard; Lizzy Ryan, Mairead Burke, Fiona Scully; Olga Parkinson, Sarah Anne Fitzgerald, Aisling Burke; Aoife Collier, Claire Fitzgerald; Lauren Boyhan, Sile Burke, Aoife Burke; Sara Cuddy, Kirsten Keenan, Andrea Scully. Subs: Donna Mortimer for Aoife Burke (HT) and Maeve Collier for Andrea Scully (57)

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