GAA ROUNDERS: Dublin Ladies defeat Roscommon outfit

by Aaron Dunne
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Kevins won the All-Ireland Ladies Intermediate Championship on Saturday, beating Michael Glaveys of Roscommon 25-3 in Kinnegad.

The squad was made up of ladies from  different nationalities, including some adult camogie players.

Meadhbh Hicks, who plays with the Dublin Intermediate Camogie, side got the team on the scoresheet getting two runs home with a big hit.

Some other highlights included a home run from former Dublin camogie player Emma Young in the second inning and player of the game went to Katerina Prazakova from the Czech Republic who was excellent fielding and was never bowled out in the five innings played.

Captain Erica Meslin, from California in the USA, was solid throughout the game with big hits of her bat, as was local girl Serena Scott with excellent bowling throughout the game.

Jenny Kearns and Amy Guinan have been club stalwarts in Kevins since we established camogie in the club back in 1993 and it was a dream come through for there two girls to win an All-Ireland for their childhood club.

The Kevins ladies will play senior next year alongside their Mixed team.

Meanwhile, fellow Dublin side Limekiln were heartbreakingly defeated by a single run – 12-11 – by Laois side The Heath in the senior mixed final.

10 September 2023; James Byrne of Limekiln during the GAA Rounders All Ireland Senior Finals match between Limekiln Rounders GAA and The Heath at Kinnegad GAA in Kinnegad, Westmeath. Photo by Tyler Miller/Sportsfile

Kevins celebrate their All-Ireland final success over Michael Glaveys last weekend in Kinnegad.

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