Pat's Centenary Cup final
Published 23/07/2016 | 00:00
The festival of hurling organised by the St. Patrick's club in Ballyoughter as part of their 1916 centenary celebrations will come to a conclusion on Saturday, July 23, as the contestants prepare for round three of the championship.
The host club and Monageer-Boolavogue will contest the final of the Centenary Cup after titanic extra-time wins in the penultimate round matches against Tara Rocks and Carnew Emmets respectively.
The 'warm-up' game is a local derby between Askamore and Craanford at 5.30 p.m. refereed by Eddie O'Sullivan, while All-Ireland final official James Owens will take charge of the main event between St. Patrick's and Monageer-Boolavogue at 7 p.m.
There will be a short under-age game at half-time during the final, and the club is inviting supporters to join them at their Camolin ground for a feast of hurling and a cup of tea afterwards.
Entry is €5 and all proceeds will go towards the new astro-turf surface at the club. Any support will be much appreciated.