Thanks to all our mentors, coaches, parents, sponsors and all in the local community who are supporting the ladies club here in Bishopstown.
Without great effort on the part of all of the above we would not be able to sustain such a thriving and growing club, so thanks to all.
All new members are welcome.
Members are encouraged to use email to notify changes to fixtures, to file match reports or send photos.
The highlights of a very successful 2012 were the U14 and U16 victories in Mid Cork competitions and the Bishopstown representation on county panels.
Our training times for 2013 are:
Bishopstown 4-10 Aghada 5-4
Bishopstown captured the division 4 ‘C’ county league title with a narrow victory over Aghada in Carrigtwohill on Sunday evening. This was a great game of Ladies football with end to end stuff and the outcome not known almost right to the final whistle. Playing with the aid of a stiff wind the East Cork girls failed to capitalise and take their scores in the opening 20 minutes while the city girls were clinical in their finishing and hit Aghada for 4 goals while the sea siders had the ball in the net twice and trailed at the interval by 4-1 to 2-2. The second half was more of the same with both teams wanting to play football, but it was the city ladies who gave an exhibition of point scoring 9 in all and almost all from play. Aghada who have a great never say die attitude battled hard and were rewarded with 3 great goals to cut the margin to 3 points but it was not to be enough with Bishopstown taking the spoils on a scoreline of 4-10 (22) to Aghada 5-4 (19). The game was delayed for a period due to an injury to one of the Aghada players who was removed to hospital.
Bishopstown C Lucey , M Delaney, S Cardiff M Eagan, N Byrne N Stephens A Furlong, E Ni Dheasmhunaidh , S Collins, E Ryan, S Lenehan, A Murphy, S Murphy E McElligott , C Broderick, L Bowen, R Hayes, L Flood, M T Nolan S O Sullivan, P Finn, E Foyle , R O Riordan, S Murphy, N Cristie, F Ni Chathain O Byrne, N Foley E Curran, K Finn R Hayes S Clifford.