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St. Michael's Ladies Team Won Junor Gaeltacht Championship.


Back Row L-R: Hugh Carr, Sinead McHugh (1 - 0),  Eimear McBride, Donna McGinley, Mary B. O'Donnell, Hanna Sheridan, Mary B. McGee, Rosemary McGinley, Abby McFadden (0 - 1), Shauna McCarry (0 - 2), Natasha Ferry (0 - 1), Christy Carr, Dominick Carr Manager, Debbie McGinley.
Front Row L-R: Mellisa Doak, Nicole Mongomery, Nicola McGinley, Lisa Gallagher, Maria Carr, Emma Connors (3 - 0), Rosing McGonagle Capt. (0 -1), Emma McKinlay, Enya O'Donnell, Donna Creamer.
On Easter Monday in Magheragallon this ladies team won the Junior GaeltachtChampionship when they defeated Kilcar the previous years champions in the final after extra time they scored 4 - 5.

St. Michael's Ladies Captan Rosing McGonagle being presented with the Cup in Magheragallon  on Easter Monday 24th March this year.

St. Michael's Ladies Team Won All Ireland U14 Feile 2008.

Back  L to R: Leanne Keaveney, Evelyn McGinley, Danielle Stewart, Marrion Doherty, Chloe Ferry, Mary B. O'Donnell, Lisa Gallagher, Aoife McPhilemy, Donna Creamer, Maria Carr, Rachael Coyle.
Front L to R: Helen McGinley, Rosin Boyle, Hollie McCarry, Kelly McGinley, Maggie Doherty, Anne McLaughlin, Eimear Boyle.


The Feile Ladies With Their Danny Lafferty Gear.



The girls from the Bridge went  to Cavan with only one thing on their mind to do themselves , their parents, their club and their county proud and they did so with grit, determination,and a pride not often seen in girls so young.The campaign began on Friday afternoon against the host side Lurgan and they won easily . Final score St Michaels 2-11 Lurgan 1-0.The next match was on Saturday morning vs. Latton Co Monaghan where they demolished the opposition 6-14 vs. 0-0.Next on the list was a very competent Athlone team who were well in the game until half time but some straight talking from the management Hugh Carr, and Anthony Gallagher which lifted the girls to a new dimension with the full forward Rachael the hero of the day scoring four class goals in fifteen minutes. Final score St Michaels 4-10 Athlone 1-5.

Saturday afternoon they traveled to Mulahorran for the semi finals and met probably the strongest opposition Cill Ishael (Tyrone ) and the match went down to the wire. Final score St. Michaels 3-1 Cill Ishael 2-4. When the game went to extra time the Donegal girls had what it takes and scored 1-1 without reply .

On Sunday a very tired bunch of girls traveled to Breffni to meet Kilmacud Crokes in the final and what a game it turned out to be with a low score, some breathtaking excitement,and a result that will stay with us for the rest of lives.

It was a very low scoring affair with some great defending by both sides and the defining moment was when a penalty rather harsly given against the St Michaels  but our goalkeeper Mary B O'Donnell was the heroine of the day with a great , great save to end the match. Final score St. Michaels 1-2 Kilmacud Crokes 0-2.

 Report By Paddy Coll