Hurling fans 
urged to turn up early

St Molleran’s Intermediate hurlers were defeated by Dunhill in their latest intermediate league game.

St Molleran’s Intermediate hurlers were defeated by Dunhill in their latest intermediate league game.

The team were without a few regular players for this match. They played well for long periods in the game but their rivals were far better in front of goal and were deserving 
winners.

The team play Tramore next Saturday at 4pm in Tramore. Their next championship game is against Ferrybank on Friday, June 7.

St Molleran’s Junior hurlers played two championship games against Dunhill and Erin’s Own respectively last week While the team were defeated in both games, they battled hard and are improving with every game.

The Club’s lotto jackpot prize of E2,300 wasn’t won last week. Number drawn were 2, 6, 8, 19. Seven match 3 winners each received E30 each. The Club thanks the public for their continued support.

The U-14 hurlers tasted defeat for the first time this year when they were beaten by An Gaelteacht last Wednesday. The St Molleran’s team led by six points at the break but could not withstand a second half onslaught by their rivals who won comfortably. They have two games this week against Ballyduff and Four-mile-water.

The U-12 hurler’s defeated Kilmacthomas in the City League last Friday. They were four points behind at the break but a much improved second half performance resulted in a three point win.

The eagerly awaited final of the Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament between Passage East and Drom & Inch takes place this Saturday, June 1 at the St Molleran’s GAA ground at a 7pm.

Both teams are in outstanding form and have been very impressive throughout the Tournament. St Molleran’s GAA Club asks spectators to come early to the grounds. Admission is E5.

Welcome home to club stalwart Gary Maher, who arrived back from Australia this week

The Club extends sincere sympathy to the Gough and Barry families on the death of Kitty.