Category : Front Page News | Sub Category : Front Page Posted on 2023-08-16 13:50:10
As the countdown continues to the Junior Ladies final on Saturday in Abbotstown we take a look back on Castletown Liam Mellows season to date.
Castletown Liam Mellows in their 2nd year of rounders are following in the steps of Glynn/Barntown, Adamstown regards success from Wexford clubs after qualifying for their first ever All-Ireland final in rounders the Junior Ladies competition.
Castletown have been very impressive so far and we take a look back on their route to the final. First up for the Wexford side was against Myshall of Carlow and got their campaign off to the perfect start winning 10-2 in a closely fought contest.
Next up was a Wexford derby against Glynn/Barntown and they recorded their second win of the group stages with a very impressive display winning 20-7 to keep their unbeaten record intact.
In their third match they came unstuck and lost to St Kierans of Limerick after fighting hard but came out on the wrong end of the result. Then their final game of the group stages were against Emo of Laois and this would turn out to be a top of the table clash and they put their defeat behind them and just overcame Emo winning 12-10 to top the table and set up a semi-final clash with Dublin Mets.
Last Saturday in Clonguish Castletown Liam Mellows produced a stunning comeback in the fifth innings they were on the verge of exiting the championship as Mets were winning 14-9 but the Wexford side had other ideas and claimed the win to set up a clash with Carrickmacross Emmets which takes place at 1pm on Saturday.
Route to final:
Castletown Liam Mellows 10-2 Myshall
Castletown Liam Mellows 20-7 Glynn/Barntown
Castletown Liam Mellows 6-9 St Kierans
Castletown Liam Mellows 12-10 Emo
Semi-final: Castletown Liam Mellows 15-14 Dublin Mets
For everyone from Wexford who wants to cheer Castletown on here is the link for the tickets: