Princeton University Squash Team Profiles Personal born April 7, 1978 daughter of Denis and Jessie Libby was anAllAmerica in squash and soccer and national individual squash champion. http://www.princeton.edu/~mwsquash/profiles2000.htm
Extractions: At Princeton - owns a career dual-match play record of 25-0...has won 75 of her 77 games played in dual matches...played No. 3 on 1999 national championship team...was 9-0 junior year...played No. 4 on 1998 national championship team...was 8-0 sophomore year...competed at the second, third and fourth positions as a freshman, posting a perfect 8-0 record...a three-time All-Ivy selection...is undefeated in Howe Cup play (10-0)...1999-2000 co-captain...won the consolation bracket of the 1998 USWISRA championships.
Extractions: (a.e.t. Abbeyfeale won 4-2 pens). AS shocks go, they don't come much bigger than this. Cobh were runners-up in the premier division of the Munster senior league last season and are currently in third place with two games in hand. They featured four ex-league of Ireland regulars with Cobh Ramblers in their starting eleven and their manager is George Mellerick, who is a former manager of Ramblers. Abbeyfeale, in the competition as reigning Desmond League Champions, are currently bottom of their premier division, having lost both of their league games. Cobh therefore were the hottest of favourites. However Abbeyfeale were welcoming back four of their championship-winning panel who hadn't played yet this season and they made a big difference, namely defenders Derry Quirke, Gerard O'Connor and Conor McCarthy, who came on as a sub for flu victim Brian Foley in the 15th minute, and mid fielder Aidan Enright. There appeared to be little between the sides from the outset but Cobh were first to fire a shot when impressive centre-forward Niall Abbott forced a save from Noel Healy in the 15th minute. That was to be the first contribution of an inspirational performance by Healy, who was a deserving winner of the Carling Man of the Match polo shirt.
Extractions: Let us know what you think Home East and west meet in Ballingarry THE Limerick Desmond League begin their Oscar Traynor Inter-League campaign on Sunday when they play host to neighbours Limerick. Kick off is at 2.30 and the game will take place in Ballingarry because the League pitch in Clounreask is unavailable due to drainage work. Limerick Desmond's other games in the group are at home to South Tipperary and away to Red House League Waterford. Limerick will certainly provide a stiff test on Sunday, expected to feature a number of players from the successful Fairview Rangers and Pike Rovers sides, who served up a cracker in the FAI junior cup last Sunday. That game was watched by Desmond manager Kevin Conway, who is in his first season in charge of the side. However, he doesn't lack for managerial experience, having guided the fortunes of Breska Rovers for many seasons, while as a player he lined out at centre-back for the Desmond League for many years in the Oscar Traynor. Conway has had three training sessions in preparation for the campaign and will have learnt a lot from the drawn challenge game against Kerry a couple of weeks ago. The line-up in Mounthawk Park should offer some pointers as to the likely starting 11 next Sunday.