Weekly GAA club notes
Round-up of club notes from around the GAA grounds
The big Féile weekend is nearly upon us, and we looking forward to welcoming our new friends from Castlebar Mitchels in Mayo and Gaultier in Waterford on Friday afternoon. We hope our Under-14 boys and girls have a ball, and equally, we urge all club members to show their support on Friday and Saturday as this national event comes to the county for the first time.
There are profiles of our two visiting clubs on our Facebook page, and the following are the boys' fixtures details:
Friday, June 26, Páirc Charman - 5 p.m. v. Clann Eireann of Armagh and 5.45 p.m. v. Myshall of Carlow; Saturday, June 27, Páirc Charman - 11 a.m. v. Castlebar Mitchels of Mayo. On Friday the games between Myshall and Castlebar Mitchels (5 p.m.) and Clann Eireann and Castlebar Mitchels (5.45 p.m.) will also take place in Páirc Charman.
The cup and shield quarter-finals will be in Páirc Charman on Saturday from 3 p.m., with the action moving to Ballinakill just outside Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow for the semi-finals and finals from 1 p.m. Sunday.
The girls' group fixtures are: Friday, June 26, Tomnahely - 5.15 p.m. v. Walterstown of Meath and 6 p.m. v. Castletown; Saturday, June 27, Páirc Charman - 11 a.m. v. Gaultier of Waterford. They have a long trek to Blessington, Co. Wicklow for the cup and shield quarter-finals on Saturday, starting at 3 p.m., with the semi-finals and finals also in Ballinakill, Rathdrum from 10.45 a.m. Sunday.
Well done to both Under-12 boys' squads who had very impressive wins over St. Martin's on Tuesday of last week.
Hard luck to both the Under-16 boys and Under-14 girls who were beaten on Monday by St. Martin's and Crossabeg-Ballymurn respectively in Páirc Charman and Crossabeg.
Well done to the Under-8s who played two entertaining games on Saturday against Glynn-Barntown. Training continues in Páirc Charman every Wednesday evening, and there is training for the baby Butters (Under-6s) from 6.30 to 7.30 p.m. also.
Well done to Rhianne Fox, Molly Donohue and Orla Lynam on representing the club with the Wexford Under-12 girls' football teams at the blitz in Carlow on Saturday.
The last group game for the Seniors in Division 1 of the All-County League is away to St. James' on Thursday, July 2, at 8 p.m. The team is on seven points with four others ahead of them on eight, so they will need to win and then hope that other results go their way to secure a place in the semi-finals. They travel to Glynn-Barntown for a challenge this Wednesday at 8 p.m.
The Juniors have been eliminated from Division 4 as a result of giving two walkovers.
The winning lotto numbers for June 22 were 17, 23, 24 and 28.
A big congratulations to the Rackard League girls who brought the first camogie title back to the parish since 1993 with an exciting 5-3 to 1-4 win over Ferns in Innovate Wexford Park on Monday of last week.
Well done also to the boys who followed their good example by completing the double against the same opponents and at the same venue two nights later.
One member of the successful camogie team, Aoife Doyle, had the distinction of playing in the half-time game in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on Sunday. Well done Aoife!
The new black and amber gear is available to buy from Anne-Marie Kelly (087-2419712) or Therese Sheil (086-3712224). The prices are as follows: under-age skort, €15 with free socks; adult skort, €20 with free socks; anyone who brings in €50 on their sponsorship card for the camogathon will receive €5 off the price of their skirt.
ST. MARY'S (ROSSLARE)
The club shop will be open on Tuesdays at 7.30 p.m. for anyone wishing to purchase hurls, helmets, grips, club gear or place orders. June special offer for children: club jersey, club socks and shorts, €55.
Just a quick reminder that booking for this year's Cúl Camp is now open online. This year it will be from July 20 to 24 in Tagoat and it really is a great week of fun. This year children get a back pack, a jersey and a half zip training top! Book online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
Féile Peil kicks into full swing on Friday, June 26. We are hosting a team from Philadelphia and it's going to be an action-packed weekend for the Under-14 boys, their managers and the club.
This is a very special event in the G.A.A. year and it will be a wonderful experience for the boys as Féiles don't come around every year in your own county.
We would extend an invitation to anyone who would like to visit our complex over the weekend and support the Under-14 boys' team to come along on Friday evening or Saturday morning and be part of a fantastic event!
Under-14 football Féile fixtures, Division 9: Friday, June 26, Tagoat, 5 p.m., St. Mary's v. San Francisco; 6 p.m., St. Mary's v. Kilmore; Saturday, June 27, Tagoat, 11 a.m., St. Mary's v. Philadelphia; Saturday, June 27, Piercestown, quarter-finals of shield at 3 p.m. and quarter-finals of cup at 4.30 p.m.; Sunday, June 28, Ballinakill, semi-finals of shield at 10 a.m. and semi-finals of cup at 11.30 a.m.; Sunday, June 28, Ballinakill, final of shield at 2 p.m. and final of cup at 2 p.m.
Our sister club, St. Mary's Camogie Club, are running a clothes collection at the complex from now until September 1. If you are having a clear-out we would love if you would consider giving your unwanted items to the ladies.
The bags of clothes will be weighed and the money raised will go directly back into the camogie club for their players. The clothes will then be re-cycled.
Date for your diary: July 18, St. Mary's (Rosslare) will hold their first summer event, 'summer session', at the complex in Tagoat with bands, a D.J., barbeque and much more. It's an evening you won't want to miss, over-18s only. Tickets (€10) are on sale now! Tickets will be on sale from the club shop every Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.
The ACHL resumes tonight (Tuesday) when our Senior team make the trip to Rathangan to take on St. Anne's in the Division 1 clash at 7.30 p.m. We have won three and lost one of our four league games to date, and another two victories in our final two league games would see us qualify for the semi-finals.
Our Junior team is also in league action this week when we host Davidstown-Courtnacuddy in ACHL Division 4 in Páirc Charman on Thursday at 7.30 p.m. We have won two, drawn one and lost one of our four league games to date and need victories in our final two games to qualify for the semi-final stages.
The Junior 'B' team is due to play the next round of the District championship on Friday, July 10, away to Crossabeg.
Under-age fixtures get back up and running in the coming weeks after the completion of the exams. The following fixtures take place in the coming weeks: Monday, June 29, St. Martin's v. Faythe Harriers Under-16 in Piercestown at 7.30 p.m.; Tuesday, June 30, St. Martin's v. Faythe Harriers, Under-12 in Piercestown at 7.30 p.m.; Tuesday, June 30, St. Martin's 'B' v. Faythe Harriers 'B', Under-12 in Piercestown at 7.30 p.m.; Wednesday July 1, Faythe Harriers v. Taghmon-Camross, Minor in Páirc Charman at 7.30 p.m.
For all updated news, under-age games, fixtures, results, lotto, photos etc. with the club, check out our website at www.faytheharriers.com or follow us on Twitter (@faytheharriers) or on our Facebook account for regular updates of club activity.
For under-age training times, contact the following: Under-18, Tony Walsh (085-7645353); Under-16, Pat Henebery (087-2609958); Under-14, Peter Cassin (087-9872010); Under-12, Alan Corcoran (087-2529746); Under-10, Justin Browne (087-2190343); Under-8, Nicky Keeling (086-0832120).
New members are always welcome to the club at any stage. Come along, meet new people, make new friends and learn the skills of our national game in a fun environment.
The final Model County Draw takes place tonight (Tuesday). Hopefully we will have a number of winners of some of the big prizes. Once again, the club would like to thank all of those who supported the club for this draw.
The Junior hurlers continued their recent good run with a convincing 3-16 to 2-7 victory over Bannow-Ballymitty in the fifth round of the league played in Hollymount on Saturday. Four early points from Conor Hearne (two) and Darren Malone (two) gave the initiative to the home team, but Bannow fought back with a goal and two points to regain the upper hand.
However, the Shelmaliers scored two further points before Conor Byrne fired to the roof of the Bannow net in the 20th minute. With five points separating the sides at half-time (1-10 to 1-5), the Shelmaliers continued their dominance with three further points from Conor Byrne extending the lead before Jody Donohoe got his side's second goal in the tenth minute.
It was all Shelmalier play in the last quarter and they ran out easy winners on a scoreline of 3-16 to 2-7.
The Senior hurlers take on the Rapps (Enniscorthy) in Hollymount tonight (Tuesday) in the fifth round of the league starting at 8 p.m., and your support would be appreciated.
Shelmalier players Brian Malone, Eoghan Nolan and Simon Donohoe lined out with the Wexford Senior football team on Sunday week in Mullingar and great performances were given by all three players in the purple and gold jerseys. Simon and Brian defended very well in the half-back line while Eoghan was very dangerous in the forward line. Unfortunately, the final result didn't accurately reflect the pattern of the game.
There was great celebrating in Wexford Park on both Monday and Wednesday of last week when the camogie girls and hurling boys from our nationals schools completed the Rackard League double in victories over St. Martin's and Ferns respectively.
The outstanding girls were always in control and ran out easy winners, however, it wasn't as easy for the boys who put in an outstanding performance in the first-half and had to defend with great might to win by the narrowest of margins. It's a great achievement for all the pupils and teachers of our national schools and we offer them our congratulations on winning the hurling and camogie double.
After months of planning and preparation, Féile Peil finally starts on Friday afternoon when the Shelmaliers welcome a total of six other teams to Hollymout in both boys' and girls' football competitions. The action kicks off on Friday at 4 p.m. when the first round of matches take place and these matches will continue to roughly 6.30 p.m.
The action continues on Saturday between 11 a.m. and 12 noon with the next rounds taking place at other venues in the county. It's a great honour for the Shelmalier club and everybody in the parish that we are asked to host the first round of the Féile competition in Hollymount.
The Shelmalier G.A.A. club would like to invite you and your family members to visit us on both Friday and Saturday and witness the excitement of this national competition. The club would like to thank the many members, parents and supporters who have worked so hard over the last few months to prepare our club for this great occasion.
The Under-14 hurlers travelled to Offaly on Saturday to take part in the national Féile blitz and the boys had some great battles with both Tommy Larkins (Galway) and Round Towers (Dublin). An enjoyable day was had by the team and the many supporters who travelled with them to Offaly.
Last week's lotto numbers were 20, 21, 22 and 27. There was no winner and no match three. Lucky dips: Maggie Scallan and Joanne O'Leary. This week's jackpot is €10,000.
The All-Ireland Féile Peil takes place in Wexford, Wicklow and Carlow next weekend. Crossabeg-Ballymurn G.A.A. club will be hosting the Under-14 boys' team from Enniskillen Gaels in Co. Fermanagh, while the girls' club will host a team from Limerick.
The boys will play two matches in Carnew on Friday at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., and the girls will play in Blackwater that evening. On Saturday morning visiting teams play their host clubs, so we play Enniskilleen Gaels while the girls will play their Limerick visitors, with both games in Ballymurn pitch. There will be a parade of the four teams at 10 a.m. in the pitch, followed by the two games. Please come along and support all the boys and girls.
Thanks to those who helped in the pitch over the last few weeks painting etc., and also thanks to those homes who will host our visitors over the weekend. Best of luck to all the boys and girls, we hope you have a great weekend.
Both of our Under-12 camogie teams were in action last week. The blue team played Kilmore and the green team played Kilrush. Unfortunately, both teams lost, but there was a great effort from all with some fantastic individual performances!
Our Under-16 camogie team travel to Hollymount on Thursday to play St. Ibar's in the third round of the championship at 7 p.m. Please support.
The Under-10 footballers played twice last week. On Wednesday they travelled to Piercestown where they were successful with both teams and on Friday at home they came up against St. Fintan's.
Our Under-12 hurlers travelled to Dicksboro for a friendly game en route to the main affair - the Senior hurling semi-final v. Kilkenny in Nowlan Park. The bus was packed and the boys had a very enjoyable day.
Sunday was a proud day for Glynn N.S. students Tom Butler and Aoibhinn Ferriter who were chosen to represent Wexford as part of a primary schools selection versus Kilkenny in Nowlan Park which they did in style. Well done both of you!
Our Senior hurlers were defeated on Thursday in Killurin by the Shamrocks (4-6 to 1-12), but the Junior hurlers had more success on Friday versus Kilmore, finishing on a scoreline of 2-12 to 0-8.
Hard luck to Mark Fanning and his Wexford Senior hurling colleagues who were defeated by reigning All-Ireland champions Kilkenny on Sunday in Nowlan Park.
Our Under-10 girls' blue football team played St. Fintan's on Tuesday evening. They got off to a slow start and were 2-3 down after five minutes, but then they rallied and played really well to only lose by a goal in the end (3-4 to 2-4).
The Under-14 girls had a good win over a strong Bannow-Ballymitty side with a scoreline of 6-9 to 5-4.
The Under-18 ladies' footballers had a hard-fought win over St. Fintan's on Thursday by 4-6 to 2-9.
Next weekend will see the culmination of all the hard work in our club, both on and off the field, as the national Féile Peil finals 2015 kick off in venues around Wexford, Carlow and Wicklow.
Glynn-Barntown Coiste na nÓg and ladies' football clubs will be hosting two teams from St. Gabriel's, Galway (boys) and Loughnavalley, Westmeath (girls).
Our visitors will be arriving to our club grounds on the afternoon of Friday, June 26, with the games taking place Friday at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. in Killurin for the boys, and 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. in Páirc Charman for the girls.
On Saturday morning our boys play again in Killurin at 10.30 a.m. while the girls play in Killurin also at 11 a.m.
The Saturday afternoon games take place outside the county in Wicklow venues for the boys and the girls. The girls will travel to Blessington (time depending on how they do in the earlier games). The boys' venue/time is to be decided depending on results also. Please see our website and club Facebook page for more details and updates over the weekend.
Hats off to Pauline Barron and all her crew who had Declan's pub absolutely rocking on Saturday with 'Stars In Their Eyes' in aid of Féile Peil. Eleven superstars showcased their talents and it was a excellent taste of things to come for the Féile weekend!
It's Féile week at last. You will see a lot of new faces in the parish next weekend. We host the Under-14 boys' team from Balyna, north Kildare and the girls' team from St. Treas, Ballymaguigan, Co. Derry.
The schedule is: Friday, June 25, approximately 3 p.m., the Derry girls arrive to stay in Kilanerin and the girls' teams from Blessington and Glencar-Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim arrive to play two games in Kilanerin before they return to Blessington. There shall be four girls' games, two at 5 p.m. and two at 6 p.m.
Meanwhile, the boys' team head to Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow to play Dunlavin and a team from Kerry, again at 5 and 6 p.m.
Then it is off to the Tesco car park for the start of the Féile parade at 8.15 p.m. There shall be 26 teams plus three bands in the parade which passes by the post office, the review platform on Main Street and ends at the Community School.
The parade itself will take approximately 30 minutes to pass and all will be heading home from 9.30 to 10 p.m.
That is when the Kildare boys first come to Kilanerin, where the team shall be hosted for the weekend.
Saturday has two matches in the field between us and both visiting teams. After lunch, the boys head to Carlow Hurling Club while the girls head to Ferns, both for quarter-finals.
If we get into the semi-finals, they take place in Ferns on Sunday morning. The finals are also in Ferns Sunday afternoon. Full fixture times are on the club noticeboard.
With the area looking so well, please everyone come out and support the parish on Friday and Saturday in the field.
Saturday night has a disco in the hall for the four Under-14 team panels. The adults shall be entertained in Noel's.
Apart from that, see www.kilaneringaa or the noticeboard for news and fixtures.
Our Junior hurlers had a postponement on Friday versus Tara Rocks due to a bereavement in their club, with the re-fixture next weekend. Our Junior hurlers play Adamstown this Tuesday in the Foxe Cup in Taghmon at 7.30 p.m., and our Junior 'B' footballers play Bannow-Ballymitty in Granstown on Friday at 7.30 p.m.
Good luck to our Under-14 boys and girls representing our club in the All-Ireland Féile football this weekend. Please come on down to the club grounds for a feast of entertainment, starting on Friday afternoon when our club will welcome teams from Laois and Louth.
Our club lotto wasn't won last week, with eight match threes: Joan O'Keeffe, Baldwinstown; Alice Dunne, Oldboley; Angela Murphy, Hayestown; Tina Flynn, c/o Lucy Lacey; Michael Wallace, Tír na nOg; Conor Furlong, Coolseskin; S. and C. Murphy, Growtown; Richard Purcell, Slevoy. Next week's jackpot will be €7,100.
There was no winner of the lotto. Numbers were 8, 12, 17 and 32. The eight match three winners were Joan O'Keeffe, Alice Dunne, Angela Murphy, Tina Flynn, Michael Wallace, Conor Furlong, S. and C. Murphy and Richard Purcell.
The next draw is in the complex on Tuesday, June 30, and the jackpot will be €7,100.
The last draw in the Model County will take place this Wednesday evening. All monies and tickets must be back to Padge Doyle ASAP (087-2414220).
This weekend the club will host Féile 2015 over in Grantstown. What an honour for the parish. Teams from all over Ireland take part in Féile as well as London and New York.
A huge clean-up took place in Grantstown to show off our fine grounds and complex. Féile will begin on Friday and all information will be on our Facebook page.
A huge thank you to all our volunteers, parents, players and mentors for all their hard work in preparing for this event. We are hoping to see everyone giving their support to the young people of our parish during their games.
Well done to Mairéad Moran who travelled to London with the ladies' footballers, to Niall Harney who scored five points for the Junior county footballers veresus Longford which sees them play Meath this Thursday, June 25, and also to Ben Brosnan who will tog out against Down in Wexford Park this Saturday evening.
Our three teams were out in action in the All-County leagues and we had mixed luck. Our Junior 'A' team had a convincing win over Cloughbawn by 2-15 to 0-11. Our first team, playing in Division 1, lost to a very strong Cloughbawn side by 1-19 to 1-12, with our second team narrowly losing out to Ballyfad by the smallest of margins (1-18 to 2-14).
The final round of the All-County Hurling Leagues will take place on the weekend of July 10-12.
The national Féile Peil na nÓg will take place this weekend and is a joint venture between Wexford, Carlow and Wicklow. The Buffers Alley club is delighted to be hosting the De La Salle club from Waterford and they are all very welcome to the area.
The weekend gets under way on Friday when our Under-14 boys travel to Annacurra to play Hertfordshire at 4.30 p.m., with a second game scheduled for 6 p.m. v. Derry Gaels (amalgamation of Annacurra and Aughrim).
On their way back from the Wicklow venue the boys will participate in a Gorey District parade at approximately 8.15 p.m., starting at the new Tesco car park and finishing up at the Gorey Community school an hour later.
On Saturday morning the Alley boys will play their third game versus De La Salle in Monamolin (time to be confirmed). The divisional final will take place later that afternoon in Piercestown. Teams that reach the semi-finals will travel to Annacurra on Sunday morning.
There will be a big party for both the De La Salle and Buffers Alley boys, supporters, players, past and present members in the club commencing at approximately 8 p.m. in the clubhouse. A big welcome is extended to everyone associated with the club in any way to come along.
There is an action-packed entertainment programme of activities/film scheduled for the boys in the indoor arena while the adults sing and dance the night away with Mary Farrell providing the music. Let the party begin!
Well done to James Reilly, captain of our Rackard League-winning team, who was selected to play in the Cumann na mBunscol mini-games at the interval of the Wexford v. Kilkenny Senior game in Nowlan Park on Sunday.
The Under-14 hurlers, their mentors, parents and supporters had a great time at the Féile blitz in Limerick at the weekend. The Alley boys and their supporters were looked after very well by the St. Patrick's club. They had a good win over Éire Óg (Clare), were defeated by Ballygar (Galway) and lost by one point to their host club. It was a memorable weekend for all.
The G.A.A. Kelloggs Cúl Camps for boys and girls will take place in Buffers Alley from August 10-14 this year. This is a great opportunity for the under-age who will have fun in addition to learning new skills. It is important to book early to allow preparations to be put in place in advance for coaches etc. This year the coaching office is encouraging parents to book online at kelloggssculcamps.ie
Well done to the two teams from Kilmuckridge and Monamolin primary schools who reached the Roinn 'C' hurling finals on Tuesday. The 'B' team played in the shield final versus Rathangan and, despite putting up a great performance, couldn't match the strength of the St. Anne's boys.
Our 'A' team played Ramsgrange and again this was a hard-fought game right to the final whistle, with the boys deservedly coming out on top with three points to spare. James Reilly accepted the cup on behalf of his team, with a large number of supporters from Buffers Alley on hand to congratulate the two teams on their marvellous achievements this year. Well done and thank you to all their teachers, coaches and parents who have guided them to the finals.
Team A: Cian O'Connor, Edward Harney, Owen McNulty, James Reilly (capt.), David Meleady, Jack Twomey, Shamey O'Hagan, Cillian Larkin, Adam Doyle, Jack Redmond, Eoin O'Meara, Michael Butler, Cormac Walsh, Dylan McEvoy, Harvey Warren, David Hearne, Seán Kirwan.
Team: B: Martin Hammel, Pádraig Kinsella, Kevin O'Connor, Oisín O'Hagan, Dylan Patel, Richard Deveruex, Oisín Tyrell, Jamie Corrigan, Jack Fanning, Tomás Whelan, Kevin Doyle, Daragh Prendergast, Bryan Kirwan, Adam Back, Fiachra Fortune, Conor Keane, Bobby Brady, Ryan Hammel. Also Stephen Furlong (on holidays).
The Minor football gets back on track this week with the boys playing Craanford on Wednesday in Ballygarrett at 7.30 p.m. On Monday, June 29, the Under-16 boys play Our Lady's Island in Monamolin at 7.30 p.m. The following night (Tuesday) our two Under-12 hurling teams play Glynn-Barntown also in Monamolin at 7.30 p.m.
A reminder to everyone that the June club development draw will take place in the clubhouse on Thursday, June 25, at 10 p.m. There is still time for new subscribers to join the draw which costs €10 per month. Also, a reminder to everyone to bring their accounts up to date. Contact any of the club members or Joe Hughes or Mary Foley.
This year the annual Shedfest will take place in Buffers Alley on Saturday, July 11. We will have two stages to cater for every taste in music. Our headline act is Wexford's own Corner Boy. Corner Boy are one of the hottest live acts on the circuit at the moment with their distinctive Americana folk style. Their hits include 'Morning, Morning, 'Untie the Noos' and 'Move to Paris'.
The Cosmic Funk Band hail from Cork with a set that goes from the '60s to Pharrell Williams and everything in between with a funk soul disco extravaganza. This eight-piece band is new to the Shedfest and is sure to be a big hit.
Gorey rockers 5 Dollar Shakes have a great local following and will belt out all the latest hits in their energetic live show. Local musician Robbie Breen will get the crowd in the mood with his popular contemporary set.
The Shedfest has become a firm favourite and is fast becoming the largest indoor music festival in Wexford. Along with the fantastic music line-up we will have a D.J. until late, fabulous barbeque, late bar and an all-night taxi rank to ensure you will get home at the end of the night. Mick Stamp Taxi and buses will be operating this and will be running a taxi service to and from the Shedfest, all this for €20.
And there's more if you buy a ticket before July 11 as you will be entitled to a complimentary drink before 11 p.m. on the night. Also if you buy ten tickets before July 1 you will get one free.
This is our way of saying a big thank you to all of you who have made the Shedfest such a spectacular success over the last five years. Tickets are now on sale from all club members.
Well done to the Under-14 footballers who recently defeated St. Martin's by 2-9 to 1-3.
This weekend, Naomh Éanna hosts Athenry G.A.A. club for the 2015 Féile Peil na nÓg. As well as Athenry, Gorey will play Bray Emmets and New York on Friday evening and will then play further games on Saturday morning, while the divisional finals will take place on Sunday.
For up to date information, log onto Facebook and Twitter where the Official Naomh Éanna pages will post the latest scores.
The Under-12 camogie team is in action tonight (Tuesday) at home at 6.30 p.m. The Intermediate hurlers travel to Oulart tonight (Tuesday) for a league meeting with their second string. Throw-in is at 8 p.m.
St. Martin's come to Gorey on Wednesday to play the Minor footballers. That clash gets under way at 7.30 p.m. The Junior footballers travel to Kilrush on Sunday for a league game that commences at 6.30 p.m.
There is a monster metal campaign under way in aid of the Naomh Éanna development dund and cancer charities. Ger Redmond is looking for your scrap metal to raise money for these two groups. Call Ger on 087-2814304 to find out more.
Hard luck to the St. Joseph's Rackard League squad which lost out to Piercestown in the hurling final on Monday. The centre-back on the team, Ryan Connolly, was also lucky enough to play in the half-time mini games in Nowlan Park on Sunday afternoon.
To add any piece to the club notes, phone 087-9770497.
Under-10 hurling training is on Tuesday at 6.15 p.m.
The Under-12 hurlers played well but lost narrowly in the final of the Duffy Rovers tournament to Rathnure. They have no game this Tuesday.
There is an Under-16 hurling game against Oulart away on Monday, June 29, at 7.30 p.m.
On Friday, June 26, our Under-14 Féile team play two matches in Rathnew , Co. Wicklow at 5 and 6 p.m. They will then participate in a parade in Gorey from around 8 p.m.
All support would be welcomed and appreciated at any of these events. They will then play our host team, Kilpeacon from Limerick, on Saturday in our pitch at 11 a.m., with again all support welcomed. The quarter finals will be in Gorey on Saturday at 3 p.m.
We would like a good attendance in the hall in Askamore from 7 p.m. on Saturday for a social evening with our guests from Limerick.