The future hurling and football stars of Cashel King Cormac’s honed their skills on the training and playing field, last week, and they took part in the annual Cul Camp.
From bright and early last Monday morning Leahy Park filled with the excited boys and girls who came for fun but also with dreams of one day representing their club and maybe even their county.
The sun shone brightly on King Cormac’s young hurling and camogie players as they were put through their paces by their Cúl Camp coaches.
It wasn’t all hard work - the boys and girls also got the opportunity to meet some of thier GAA heroes. On Tuesday Tipperary hurler Kieran Bergin popped in to offer words of wisdom and encouragement to the groups much to their delight! Kieran had a busy morning signing jerseys for all present.
It was a great week with plenty of parents staying in the field to enjoy the sun and the watch their young players in action. Special thanks to all who helped out during the week to help with break supervision and making tea. Thanks to Eileen Moloney, the Cúl Camp co-ordinator and of course thanks to all the children who took part in the camp and made it a great week of hurling fun. Let’s hope this is the foundation for future Tipperary Stars!
Pictured (right) are a group of U8 hurlers delighted to meet their hero Tipperary hurler Kieran Bergin and Joe McGrath (chairman of the CKC Juvenile Club). Front: James Barry, Tiernan Ryan. Back: Adam Adcock, Oisin O’Donoghue, Aidan Gayson Molloy, Andrew Mitchel and Mikie Gayson.
King Cormac’s Club Lotto The recent draw was held in Brosnan’s, on Tuesday, August 6. Jackpot of €14,700 was not won. Lucky Dip winners were, Evan/Corey Hynes €50, Mairead Whelan €50, Dixie Currivan €20, Paddy Morrissey €20, Helen Graham €20, Nellie Joy €20, Ross Bonnar €20. Next lotto draw will be in the Cashel Palace on Tuesday, August 20.