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Haven end drought as they beat their West Cork rivals

August 8th, 2022 10:26 AM

By Ger McCarthy

Drinagh Co-op committee member Donie O'Donovan presents the trophy to Rachel Whelton and Siobhán Courtney, joint-captains of the victorious Castlehaven team. (Photo: Paddy Feen)

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CASTLEHAVEN 1-13

CLONAKILTY 1-12

GER McCARTHY REPORTS

CASTLEHAVEN’S wait for a first-ever West Cork LGFA adult trophy is over.

Intermediate outfit Haven got the better of senior side Clonakilty to get their hands on the 2022 Drinagh Co-op West Cork LGFA Division 1 title following a memorable clash in Leap on Saturday.

The winners had to overcome the losses of Katie Cronin and Noreen O’Sullivan to injury. Mairead O’Driscoll took over the free-taking responsibilities and she, along with Siobhan Courtney, Emma O’Callaghan and Gráinne O’Sullivan saw the Haven edge a terrific advert for West Cork ladies football.

Clonakilty will rue wasted Millie Condon and Katie O’Driscoll goal-scoring opportunities as well as a missed Sinead O’Donovan penalty.

 

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