Ten Coiste na nOg competitions remain
Published 20/10/2015 | 00:00
Just ten People Newspapers Group Coiste na nOg finals remain after six more teams celebrated success last week.
Wrapping up the New Ross Standard Under-14 championships, HWH-Bunclody had a fantastic win over Blackwater to take the Division 3 hurling crown while Cloughbawn claimed the Division 5A shield.
There was success for Oylegate-Glenbrien in the Gorey Guardian Juvenile football Roinn 1 shield as they eased past Réalt na Mara to take the plaque. One night earlier it was the turn of Geraldine O'Hanrahans who saw off a strong Shamrocks side to claim the Roinn 2 championship title.
Just two shields are still up for grabs at Under-16 level. In football, the Roinn 2 shield is at the semi-final stage with St. Joseph's, who beat Ferns St. Aidan's last week, playing Bann Gaels, and Kilross Gaels meeting St John's Gaels. Both of those ties are set for St. Patrick's Park on Tuesday evening.
The Enniscorthy Guardian Juvenile hurling Roinn 2 shield is down to three contenders. Monageer-Boolavogue are safely through to the decider where they will meet the winners of Kilross Gaels or Our Lady's Island/St. Fintan's which takes place in Tagoat on Sunday morning.
The Wexford People Minor football Premier championship final is now expected to be played on the Bank Holiday Monday in Innovate Wexford Park and pits St. Martin's against the combination duo of Adamstown and Gusserane, Abban O'Rahilly's.
Fethard meet HWH-Bunclody in the Roinn 1 title decider and that game is tentatively scheduled for the weekend of October 31.
Shamrocks beat Sarsfields in the Roinn 1 shield semi-final last week and await the winner of Duffry Rovers and Dunbrody Gaels in the final.
One title was decided in Minor football last weekend, with Our Lady's Island/St. Fintan's claiming the Roinn 2 crown against Ferns St. Aidan's in Bree on Saturday.
Craanford's game against St. John's Gaels (Bannow-Ballymitty/Clongeen) in the Roinn 2 shield final was postponed.
St. Martin's are slated to meet Glynn-Barntown in the Wexford People Minor hurling Premier final on the weekend of October 31. The Roinn 1 shield is also scheduled for that Saturday and pits Ferns St. Aidan's against Crossabeg-Ballymurn.
In the Roinn 2 championship, St. Anne's defeated Cuchulainns to make the final, and they will face the winners of HWH-Bunclody and Craanford who meet this weekend.
Finally, in the Roinn 2 shield Ballyhogue will play Na Fianna after the Marshalstown/Davidstown combination got a walkover off Kilross Gaels.
TUES. OCT. 20
AT ST. PATRICK'S PARK: Gorey Guardian Juvenile football Roinn 2 shield semi-final, Kilross Gaels v. St. John's Gaels, 6.45 p.m.
8.15 p.m. - Gorey Guardian Juvenile football Roinn 2 shield semi-final, Bann Gaels v. St. Joseph's.
SAT. OCT. 24
AT ST. PATRICK'S PARK: Wexford People Minor hurling Roinn 2 championship semi-final, HWH-Bunclody v. Craanford, 12.30 p.m.
SUN. OCT. 25
AT TAGOAT: Enniscorthy Guardian Juvenile hurling Roinn 2 shield semi-final, Kilross Gaels v. Our Lady's Island/St. Fintan's, 11 a.m. Winners v. Monageer-Boolavogue in final.
SAT. OCT. 31
AT ST. PATRICK'S PARK: Wexford People Minor hurling Roinn 1 shield final, Ferns St. Aidan's v. Crossabeg-Ballymurn, 11 a.m.
Wexford People Minor hurling Premier championship final: St. Martin's v. Glynn-Barntown.
Wexford People Minor football Roinn 1 championship final: Fethard v. Starlights or HWH-Bunclody.