Mullinahone have a chance to bounce back

This weekend sees the second Round of the South Senior Hurling Championship when Saturday evening in Kilsheelan at 6pm sees a mouth watering game when Carrick Swans, champions of 2011, take on champions of 2012, CJ Kichams Mulllinahone who lost out in Round one to Ballingarry last week.

This weekend sees the second Round of the South Senior Hurling Championship when Saturday evening in Kilsheelan at 6pm sees a mouth watering game when Carrick Swans, champions of 2011, take on champions of 2012, CJ Kichams Mulllinahone who lost out in Round one to Ballingarry last week.

They will be expecting a better performance from the Currans, Paul, Sean and Alan, Eoin Kelly, A J Cronin, Eoin Fennelly, Cathal Horan.

Carrick Swans can call on Kevin Lannigan, Gerry Walsh, Bill Walsh, Dwayne Fogarty, Danny O’Hanlon and will not be found wanting.

The second game sees Ballingarry, anxious for a second win, take on Carrick Davins. They have Philip Ivors, the Cahills Liam and Seanie, Ian Ivors and Michael Ivors, with experienced Donal Shelley in the middle of the field to call on.

Carrick Davins have yet to play a game in the championship and will be looking to Richie McGrath, Willie O’Dwyer, Michael Coady, the Butlers Noel, Shane & Jason to make a winning start with all patrons promised good value for money at €5.

The Sureprint Minor A Football is making progress and with 5 Rounds to play the current position is Clonmel Commercials 4 points after 2 games, Cahir 4 points after 3 games, Ardfinnan 2 points after 1 game, Moyle Rovers 2 points after 2 games with Kilsheelan Gaels and Anner Gaels no points after 2 games.