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All Ireland Girls Club Championships 2022
Under 15
Final: Holywood lost to Clontarf by 9 wickets
Seapark, Holywood, 18 September.
 Holywood 62/8 (20 overs; E Mitchell 13; G Sargent 2-15, L Barry 1-3, A Synnott 1-4, A Walsh 1-6, A Pasley 1-11)
 Clontarf 66/1 (9 overs; G Morrissey 32*, A Walsh 19*)
Clontarf, U15 All-Ireland Cup winners
Clontarf made it an All-Ireland double as they clinched the U15 girls cup final with an emphatic nine-wicket win over NCU champions Holywood at Seapark. The hosts were restricted to 62 for 8 in their 20 overs, with two wickets for Gemma Sargent, and one apiece for Lucy Barry, Aoibheann Synnott, Alice Walsh and Aylssa Pasley. Lucy Barry (7) was bowled by Calvert, but that was to be the end of the success for the hosts as a half-century partnership between Genevieve Morrissey - who hit six boundaries in her unbeaten 32 - and Alice Walsh (19*) sealed the win in just nine overs.
Semi-Final: Bonds Glen lost to Clontarf by 10 wickets
Magheramason, 17 September.
 Bonds Glen 94/4 (20 overs; H Skinner 27, J Cooke 20; A Pasley 2-14, G Sargent 2-14)
 Clontarf 96/0 (9.2 overs; A Walsh 48*, L Barry 34*)
Alice Walsh and Lucy Barry helped Clontarf to a 10-wicket win
Clontarf showed their class as they overpowered Bonds Glen in the U15 Girls semi-final at Bready. The Bee Gees did well as they battled to 94 for 4 courtesy of a second wicket partnership of 70 between Hannah Skinner (27) and Jessica Cooke (20). Alyssa Pasley and Gemma Sargent both claimed 2 for 14 for the Castle Avenue side. There were no nerves in the chase as the young Dublin openers Alice Walsh and Lucy Barry raced to the target in just 9.2 overs. Walsh top-scored with an unbeaten 48 from just 31 balls, hitting nine boundaries. Barry's 34 not out took 26 balls, and included six fours. Clontarf will now take on Holywood in the final at Seapark on Sunday (12pm).
Under 13
Final: Bready lost to Clontarf by 91 runs
Magheramason, 17 September.
 Clontarf 196/3 (20 overs; J McNally 100*, G Morrissey 26)
 Bready 105/5 (20 overs; M Spence 35, S Hamilton 15)
Julie McNally scored an unbeaten century as Clontarf beat Bready by 91 runs
A century from Clontarf captain Julie McNally led her side to a 91-run win over Bready to capture the inaugural Under 13 All-Ireland girls crown at Magheramason. McNally hit 14 fours in her 65-ball innings before retiring, She shared an opening stand of 57 with Thomson (18), before adding a further 111 for the second wicket with Genevieve Morrissey (26) as the visitors posted an imposing 196 for 3 in their 20 overs. Millie Spence (35) and Sophie Hamilton (15) shared an opening stand of 74, but the target was never threatened as Bready finished on 105 for 5. Clontarf took the opportunity to use no fewer than 10 bowlers in a thoroughly deserved win for Emma Butler's side.
Semi-Final: Clontarf beat Lisburn 1-0
Castle Avenue, 4 September.
 Clontarf 1
 Lisburn 0
Abigail Phelan was the Clontarf heroine as she was the only successful bowler in the dreaded bowl-out to determine the winner of the All-Ireland Under 13 girls semi-final after no play was possible on Saturday in their tie with Lisburn. Clontarf were due to play the final against Bready on Sunday morning, but heavy rain saw that match postponed. It will now take place at Magheramason next Saturday, September 10th at 3.30pm..
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