They trailed Naomh Eanna by 4-7 to 4-2 midway through the third quarter but hit 1-4 without reply and held a two-point lead with three and a half minutes gone of the extra four which the referee indicated would be played.
The home side’s best forward struck for the winning goal on a rare breakaway (5-7 to 5-6), and two further chances to equalise from placed balls unfortunately weren’t taken.Team: Róisín Walsh; Katie Lacey, Maeve Doyle (capt.), Megan Murphy; Linzi Lanigan, Niamh Walsh, Eadaoin Fitzgerald; Leanne Corrigan, Róisín Tobin (0-3, 1 free); Geraldine Doolan, Hazel O’Leary (1-1), Cliodhna Flynn; Chloe Mahon (1-0), Shauna Kelly (2-0), Jessie Harding (1-2). Sub. – Róisín Doolan for Flynn.
Best of luck to the girls in their next game at home to Oylegate-Glenbrien on Thursday, 16th August at 7 pm.