Carrick Swan Clubâ€™s U-21 hurlers exited the championship at the county semi-final stage last Sunday when they were defeated by North Champions Kilruane MacDonaghs at Templemore.
The club thank the players and mentors for their hard work and dedication this year.
This brings the clubâ€™s playing season to an end.
It has been a relatively successful year.
The club won South titles in U-21 B football and A hurling, Minor A hurling, U-16 A hurling, U-14 A hurling and Feile Na nGael and U-10 Group 1 hurling.
Camogie players won the U-12 County League title, contested the U-12 â€˜Group 1â€™ final and Senior South Final but lost out narrowly in both.
The Clubâ€™s Christmas Pool competition has started in the clubrooms and will run for the next few weeks.
More than 60 members, young and old have registered and it should be a great competition.
The U-16 A county final between Carrick Swan and Kilruane MacDonaghs is now available to view on the Swan Club website and on YouTube.
The Club thanks Lynn and Lenny Broxson for their sponsorship of the U-10 end of year trip to the Sean Kelly Sports Centre.
All the boys had great fun on the new Challenger.
The Club thanks the staff of the Sean Kelly Centre for all their help.
The U-6s and U-8s visited Santa in Mount Juliet recently where all the boys and girls had a great day out.
WELL DONE PADDY
Carrick Swan GAA Club congratulates Paddy Finucane on his recent award from the Munster Council for his services to GAA broadcasting.
Meanwhile, numbers drawn in last weekâ€™s juvenile lotto were 2, 5, 20, 27.
The â‚¬8,250 jackpot prize wasnâ€™t won.
Three match three winners won â‚¬70 each.
The Club extends sympathy to the Torpey family, Marian Avenue on their recent family bereavement.