Well done to Clonmel Og U12s who had a great run in a Munster Hurling Tournament involving 16 teams in Cahir.
We defeated St. Marys and Bride Rovers (Cork) in our two group games to qualify for the semi final against Ballygiblin (Cork). After a great win, we lined up against Doon (Limerick) in the Cup Final, but unfortunately we were defeated by two points.
Nonetheless, it was another great showing by our boys and we’re very proud of them.
Panel: Jack Houlihan, Gordon Rossiter, Jack Dillon, Rhys O’Regan, Cathal McGuigan, Jamie Doyle, Tommy Hickey, Seanie Fitzpatrick, Conor Anderson, Dean Pyke, Ralph Farrell, Adam Lonergan, Ben Smith, Luke Cashman.
Shout out also for Paul Hughes who was unable to travel due to illness. Get well soon Paul.
MASS FOR DECEASED CLUB MEMBERS
A mass for deceased club members will be held at 19.30 in the Social Centre on Friday 22nd November
U6 INDOOR TRAINING
Gaelic Football training starts on Tuesday 22nd October. This is an introductory programme open to boys and girls, and will run for the next five weeks in The High School Hall from 18.00 to 19.00. Contact Brian Gentles 086 8373150 for more information.
We received a walkover from Fr. Sheehys last weekend. We await news of the next fixture, however it is possible that the Junior B footballers might be out next.
Lotto results from Monday night. Numbers drawn 04-12-17-20. We had no jackpot winner but well done to the six match 3’s: Rose Arrigan, Donna Cashman, Jonathan Sweetman, Paul Kinnane, AnnMarie Maher, Connie Hurley