Echo Sport in Review: November 2022
Peamount United captain Sarah Power lifts the cup alongside her teammates following their defeat of Shamrock Rovers

Echo Sport in Review: November 2022

It was mission accomplished by Peamount United’s U19 women’s soccer team after they claimed the EA Sports Cup title following their well-deserved 3-0 victory over Shamrock Rovers.

After a 51-year gap, Ballyboden St Enda’s secured only their second ever Intermediate Football title in O’Toole Park with a 1-14 to 1- 11 win over Na Fianna, being named The Echo Team of the Month for November as a result.

Three generations of St Mark’s; Anne O’Reilly, former chairperson, Aoibheann Ní Raghallaigh, U15 championship winner, and Karen O’Reilly

St Mark’s became Under 15 county champions after completing their drive for the league and championship double, winning the Division 8 ladies football title in the latter with a thrilling 3-11 to 2-4 final win over Na Fianna at McGee Park.

Three generations of St Mark’s -– Anne O’Reilly, former chairperson, Aoibheann Ní Raghallaigh, U15 championship winner, and Karen O’Reilly

On the provisional front Commercials continued their impressive winning run to qualify for the Leinster Junior Hurling Championship Final with a stellar win over Kilkenny champions, the Black and Whites.

Pick up the January 5th edition of The Echo Newspaper to read our full Sport in Review 2022.

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