King Cormacs set eyes on West Senior Semi Final spot

Senior Hurling

Senior Hurling

Last weekend saw Cashel take on hotly fancied Clonoulty in round four of the championship. Clonoulty were comfortable 14 point winners and look strong contenders for West honours once again. For Cashel the display was good at times but played second fiddle to a superior opposition. Cashel were guilty however of wasting several chances from play and placed balls and with one eye on the eagerly awaited clash with Cappa this weekend, should these shortcomings be ironed out then the team can hold every chance in this contest. Factor in the return from injuries of one or two key players and the options available to the selectors will also be welcomed. The game is fixed for Dundrum on Sunday next, throw in 3pm, so all Cashel Hurling enthusiasts are asked to come along and support the team. Victory in this game would send the winner into the West Senior Semi Final and in doing so avoiding the dreaded slippery slope into Relegation territory.

Minor B Football

Our minors are into the West Semi final after easily disposing of a young Cappawhite team in Leahy park on the Wednesday evening last. The lads will now play Rockwell/Rosegreen on Wednesday, May 15, with time and venue to be confirmed.

Junior B Hurling

Round one of the West Junior B Hurling championship gets underway this weekend and Cashel lock horns with rivals Rosegreen. The game is fixed for New Inn at 7pm, on Sunday.

Juvenile

Last weekend saw our Juveniles very busy. On Saturday, Boharlahan, Mullinahone visited Leahy Park for Hurling challenges at U6 and U8 level. A good dry day saw plenty of spectators on hand to witness some fine hurling from the stars of the future. The highlights a thrilling draw in the U.8 clash between Cashel and Boharlahan, a game that had everything. Our U10s made the trip to Dr. Morris Park for a county blitz and performed very well over three games. We came away with three victories over Boharlahan, Moyne Templetouhy and Loughmore Castleiney. Well done to the players on a good days work.

It was then onto Sunday and the Cashel King Cormacs Juvenile club welcomed Skerries GAA club to Leahy Park, For U10 and 12s challenge games in both Hurling and Football. Skerries arrived in numbers; bring over sixty children to take part throughout the busy day. The games were all competitive and the supporters in attendance enjoyed the entertainment. Overall both club enjoyed good wins and the results were evenly shared throughout the day. A special thanks to the ladies for preparing the food and refreshments to all the children and adults, this was greatly appreciated within our own club and indeed by the visiting club.

Fixtures:

Juvenile

West U14 A Football: Cashel KC Vs Kickhams, Thursday, May 9, at 7pm in Golden.

West U12 Football Plate: Cashel KC Vs Golden, Saturday, May 11, at 2.30 in Golden.

West Senior Hurling: Cashel KC VS Cappawhite, Sunday, May 12, at 3pm in Dundrum

West Junior B Hurling: Cashel KC Vs Rosegreen, May 12, at 7pm in New Inn

West Minor B Semi Final Football: Cashel KC Vs Rockwell/Rosegreen, Wednesday, May 15 – Venue and time to be confirmed.

Cashel King Cormacs Club Lotto

In association with Cashel Camogie and Handball Clubs

Results from last weeks draw, on April 30, from Brian Boru are as follows, numbers drawn 3,8,19 & 30; there was no winner of the €11,900 Jackpot. The second chance numbers were, 3,5, 13 & 14 and again there was no winner of the €500 jackpot. The following won lucky dips: €50 Vincent O’Connor, €50 Carol Moloney, €20 Aodan Wrenn, €20 Anna O’Dwyer, €20 Gary Gleeson, €20 Kitty McLoughlin, €20 Ritchie Rowe. Results from our draw in the Cashel Palace on Tuesday, May 7, will appear in next week’s notes. Our next lotto draw will take place on Tuesday, May 14, and in the event of no Jackpot winner from the draw in the Brian Boru the rollover Jackpot will be a massive €12,300 by the time Mikey Ryans host the Lotto draw, so get your tickets in anticipation and come along and join us from 9.30pm.