Camogie and Hurling

2016-2017: CAMOGIE

October 2016

On Friday Sept 30th, our senior camogie team played Nenagh in Moneygall. Unfortunately our girls were narrowly defeated.


30th Sept 2016: Desmond College Post Primary School Senior Camogie Team

 

Archive

2015-2016: HURLING

 

2014-2015: HURLING

2014-2015: CAMOGIE

 

2013-2014: HURLING

2013-2014: CAMOGIE

 

2012-2013: HURLING

2012-2013: CAMOGIE

Camogie - 2012 2013

Camogie 2013 - 2014

Excitement is building in Limerick as the 15th September draws nearer and the Intermediate Camogie Team head to Croke Park to take on Galway in the All Ireland Final.

Desmond College is playing its part with students Rebecca Delee and Debbie Murphy on the team, playing alongside their teacher Ms Sile Moynihan. Also playing is Deirdre Fitzpatrick a past pupil of the school and water girl at the match is third year student Emma Herbert. Good luck girls – we will be there supporting you!

Limerick Ladies: All Ireland Camogie Final

 

2011-2012: HURLING

 

2011 – 2012: CAMOGIE

James Moynihan, Chairman of County Limerick Camogie, presenting some of Desmond College’s U16 camogie team with their medals for winning the county inter-schools camogie final.

Photos include: Ms Gavin-Barry, Principal, with James Moynihan presenting the winning medals and Ms Marie Corkery, coach, with Desmond Team receiving their medals from James Moynihan and Mr. Nash

On Saturday 5th Feb 2011 in the cold and miserable conditions, Desmond College took on Doon in the Munster Camogie final.

 

2010-2011: HURLING

 

2010 – 2011: CAMOGIE

After an outstanding display of heart, skill and determination against a disappointed Hospital side in the semi-final, the girls were confident that they would perform in the final.  There was no doubt about it but the girls did perform but unfortunately it was not to be.

Doon proved too strong in the end.  However our girls did not give in and played their hearts out until the final whistle.  We had a number of outstanding individual performances on the day but overall it was a truly inspiring team effort.  They did both their school and management team (M Nash, M Corkery, M Ryan, S O Kelly and C Hennessy) very proud.

Deborah Murphy and Orlaith Condon took the Player of the Championship and Player of the Match.