BVC Ladies Football 2013/2014
14th October 2013
Well done to the Junior girls football team who beat Coláiste Brid, Carnew on Tuesday 14th October in a thrilling encounter.
The Bridgetown girls beat Carnew on a score line of 6.4-v-2.6. The girls showed great team work, determination and leadership throughout the field with players like Emma Cousins, Cora Miller and Olivia Scott breaking through their defence continuously which proved detrimental for Carnew. The backs held their own with a solid defence from Clodagh Redmond, Orla Fortune and Imogen Fanning and some fine saves coming from Isobel O’Neill in Goal.
Bridgetown are going from strength to strength this year with new talent coming through the ranks with players like Abbie Troy, Anna-Mai Stafford, Orla Fortune, Imogen Fanning and Emily Bates all showing great potential for the coming year.
Team: Isobel O’Neill; Orla Fortune; Clodagh Redmond; Shauna Walshe; Imogen Fanning; Melissa Redmond; Rebecca Foley; Emma Cousins; Cora Millar; Olivia Scott; Abbie Troy; Abbie Jones; Becky Furlong; Anna-Mai Stafford; Emily Bates; Chelsea Sinnott; Elaine O’Sullivan; Becky Burke.
BVC Ladies Football 2012/2013
22nd April 2013
The 2012/13 season saw both junior and senior teams progress well in the LGFA Leinster Schools Championship. Both teams excelled in the group stages and same out on top in both. They then advanced to the quarter final stages with convincing wins for both teams in the knock out stage.
The junior team came up against tough opposition at home to Scoil Dara, Kilcock in their quarter final. It was a bravely fought game for BVC but in the end conditions proved in favour of the Lily Whites of Kildare on the day.
The Senior team travelled to Carlow for their quarter final where they took on Sacred Heart S.S., Tullamore. Sacred Heart S.S. gained a considerable advantage in the first half and although Bridgetown fought valiantly, the climb was insurmountable.
Ladies football within Bridgetown Vocational College has gone from strength to strength in recent years due to invaluable work put in by local clubs such as Kilmore, St. Anne’s, Bannow/Ballymitty and St. Fintan’s. We hope that this success continues in the coming years.
Football and Hurling
Teams are entered each year in the Leinster Championships at under-14, under-16 and under-19 level and they achieve considerable success.
The college also participates in the Keevan’s Cup competition at county level.
In 2007 our Junior Football team won the Leinster A Vocational Schools title and lost the All Ireland final after extra time to St. Columba’s, Kilkeel.
In 2008, the senior team qualified for the Vocational A Leinster final.
This is a first time for our college senior team.
Our Senior hurlers won the Leinster Vocational Schools ‘B’ championship in 2004, and were runners-up in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Each year a ladies football team is fielded in the Leinster competition.
The Senior girls team won the Vocational Schools Colleges All-Ireland final in 1992.
In 1999 the Junior girls footballers won the Leinster title and went on to win the All-Ireland Premier.