Busy time for Davin Club’s juvenile players

Carrick Davins Cul Camp skills winners represented the Club in the County Skills Competition on Tuesday in Dr. Morris Park, Thurles.

Carrick Davins Cul Camp skills winners represented the Club in the County Skills Competition on Tuesday in Dr. Morris Park, Thurles.

Football training for the Club’s young boys and girls will continue every Monday at the all-weather pitch from 6pm-7pm weather permitted.

Indoor hurling will continue every Thursday from 6pm to 7pm for U-6s and 7pm to 8pm for U-8s.

The Club is delighted with the number of players attending the indoor sessions and thanks all the adults and parents, who give up their time to help out in the hall.

The Clonea U-14s Tournament has been postponed due to Clonea having other commitments. News of the new fixture will be promptly passed on to the team and mentors.

Meanwhile, the U-12s started the Carrigeen Tournament last Saturday playing St. Molleran’s from Carlow.

It was a fantastic game that was enjoyable for the players and all those who came to watch.

They will play again next Saturday and look forward to seeing all the panel at training on Wednesday evening.

There will be a training session for U-12s and U-14s on the all-weather pitch on Wednesday e from 7pm to 8pm.

The Club lotto jackpot of E10,750 wasn’t won again last week.

Three tickets matched 3 numbers and their owners received €E70 each. Numbers drawn were 7, 18, 26 and 27 and the jackpot of

The Davin Club extends its sympathy to the Gleeson family, Clonea/Rathgormacd on the untimely passing of Sarah.

Sympathy is also extended to the Walsh family, Pearse Square on the death of Sheila.

Sheila was renowned for her love of Kilkenny hurling and the black and amber of Kilkenny was always seen flying proudly from her home. May they both rest in peace.