basketball related posts
Congratulations to the Transition Year Wheelchair basketball team who won five out of six games in the tournament today.
Sports’ round up October 6th 2017
October 4th 2017: It’s been a busy week for sport in Coláiste Muire.
Hurling: The under 14 hurlers beat Carrigtwohill and Cobh in a blitz in Carrigtoohill but narrowly lost in their third match. The lads played brilliantly. See picture above.
Girls’ Basketball: The under 19 girls beat a very good Dublin side in the first round of the national cup. (Pictured above) They beat Carraignabhfear in their opening league match. The under 16s performed well but lost out.
Boys’ basketball: Both the under 16 and under 19 boys opened their season with victories today. The under 16s came out on top with a thrilling one-point victory. The under 19s were more comfortable in their win.
Rugby: Coláiste Muire and Carraigalne Commnuity school put on an exciting display of rugby which ended in a 17-17 draw in Myrtlville cross on Friday September
Coláiste Muire Sports’ training times 2017-18
Coláiste Muire Sports’ training times 2017-18
Below is the current schedule. Other sports such as sailing, hockey and athletics will be added at a later date.
|First Year Boys’ soccer 3.45-4.45||Senior boys’ basketball 3.45-5.00||Junior Girls basketball 1.00 – 1.30||First Year Tag Rugby (mixed) 3.45-4.45||Junior soccer 1.30 – 2.45 (Camden)|
|First Year Girls’ basketball 3.45-4.45||Junior Girls soccer 3.45-5.00||First Year Boys’ basketball 3.45-5.00||Yoga 3.45-4.45||Senior Rugby 1.30 – 3.00 (Myrtleville cross)|
|Under 19 girl’s basketball 8-9.15||Junior Girls Gaelic Football 3.45-5.00||Senior Girls basketball 1.15 -2.30|
|Under 16 girls’ basketball 5.30 – 6.45||Junior Girls’ basketball 2.30-3.45|
|Senior boys’ basketball 3.45-5.00|
|Junior boys’ basketball 5.00 – 6.15|
Transition Year students form Coláiste Muire competed in a Wheelchair basketball tournament on April 6th. University College Cork, Sport Studies and Physical Education students organised the blitz for secondary school students in aid of Irish Wheelchair Association Sport & UCC Student Hardship Fund.
The Coláiste Muire team reached the semi final and were narrowly beaten.
First Year girls reach Cork Basketball final
The first year girls under the guidance of coach Carol Ann O’Driscoll have reached the Cork final. Having won their pool, they went on to defeat Carraignabhear in the Quarter Finals. They defeated a strong side form St. Al’s Carrigtwohill today in the semi finals.
The Crosshaven side went into an early lead through the scoring prowess of Rachel Stack. The Carrigtwohill girls rallied and there were three points between the teams at half time, Coláiste Muire enjoying a slender lead. Great scores from Katy Mulcahy and tenacious defence from Aoibhe O’Sullivan and Holly Fegan saw the girls go into a lead of 10 points, a lead which they maintained until the end. Emily Russel put in a strong performance while Gabriel Corcoran showed great vision in setting up several scores. Alana de Courcey, Kate O’Brien, Clara Neaves and Shona Mulcahy and Sophie McCarthy all contributed to an excellent result.
First Year Basketball teams shine
The first year girls, coached by Ms. O’Driscoll and her fourth year team, played against Bantry on Thursday the 2nd of February 2017.
From the very beginning of the match Crosshaven dominated the game. They started off strongly with 21 points in the first quarter with no reply from Bantry. The second quarter was equally as impressive and the scoring continued bringing Crosshaven to a lead of 31-0. Bantry put themselves on the scoreboard in the closing few minutes of the second quarter. The second quarter ended with a “Buzzer beater at the end of the second quarter by Emily Russell from downtown”- Pat O’Flynn. The heavy scoring continued for the final two quarters with Crosshaven racking up an impressive score of 47-06. It was an excellent display from everybody involved and we are all really proud of our first year girls. This was two wins in a row as the girls started their campaign with a win against Scoil Mhuire.
The first year boys put in an excellent performance on Wednesday, beating Glanmire Community school. Great performances by Zack Murphy and Josh McCarthy.
Basketball – Mixed fortunes in Senior semi-finals
The Boys’ senior basketball team have reached the Cork “B” schools’ final following a keenly contested semi-final against Kinsale Community school. Conor Mason and Jai Evelyn starred as the Crosshaven side held on in spite of an intense comeback by the Kinsale side in the final quarter. They will play Glanmire Community school in the Cork final on Thursday 15th December.
The Senior girls’s were very unlucky in their semi against St. Aloysius, Carraigtwohill. Despite excellent performances by Molly Murphy, Ciara O’Brien and Cliona Wrenne, Coláiste Muire went down by a three-point margin.
Basketball – Under 16s beat Christians
Coláiste Muire Cadet Basketball
9th October 2012
The Crosshaven cadet girls put in a very good display against a strong Ballyphehane side. Emilie Burke O’Driscoll played very well early on with great rebounding while Tessa Hegarty carried the ball exceptionally well. The younger players played very well even though they played up a level. Despite this, Ballyphehane enjoyed a good lead throughout.
In the fourth quarter the game turned around and the girls made a massive come back with Amy Wren scoring two perfect outside shots. But unfortunately it wasn’t Coláiste Muire’s day as the Ballyphehane girls took the lead with a final score of 26 to Coláiste Muire and 29 to Ballyphehane.
Girls’ Basketball – Cadettes reach Cork final
Congratulations to the Cadette girls who represented Coláiste Muire in the Cork final on Tuesday.
The girls defied expectations by reaching the final after a string of victories earlier in the competition.
On the day, the girls met an excellent Christ-the-King side who proved too strong.
Great performances nonetheless by Michaela Egan, Jessica Dempsey and Emily Burke-O’Driscoll.