Killenaule defeated Carrick Davins in the South Senior Hurling Championship last Saturday evening in the Clonmel sports field. (see match report in The Nationalistâ€™s sports section).
Killenauleâ€™s best players were Gerry Kennedy, Kieran Bergin, Niall Oâ€™Dwyer and John Oâ€™Dwyer. Scorers: John Oâ€™Dwyer 3-7, Niall Oâ€™Dwyer 0-2, Daniel Guinan 0-2 and Stephen Hannigan 0-2.
Best for the Davins were Adam Foran, Lee Mackey,Willie Oâ€™Dwyer, JJ Butler and Stephen Moroney. Scorers: JJ Butler 0-7, Stephen Moroney 1-1,Lee Mackey 0-3 and Shane Butler 0-1.
The Senior hurling teamâ€™s next match will be against Mullinahone on Saturday, May 25 at 7.30pm in the Clonmel sports field.
Meanwhile, the Davin minors were defeated by Ballyporeen in Marlfield in the South Football Semi-Final last Wednesday. The Davin team played into the wind in the first half but missed too many chances and came away from the half with only one point.
The Davin players were better at taking scoring chances in the second half but could not catch up with Ballyporeenâ€™s nine point lead at half time. Final score was 1-8 to 0-8.
The Davin Club thanks all the Minor football players and management for their hard work throughout the championship.
The Junior footballers will play Clonmel Commercials in Kilsheelan next Sunday at 12.30pm.
Training for U-6s, U-8s, U-10s and U-12s will continue on the all-weather pitch every Tuesday. U-6s and U-8s will train from 6pm to 7pm and the U-10s and U-12s will train from 7pm to 8pm.
These teams will train in the field on Thursdays. All groups will train from 7pm to 8pm and must remember to bring their boots for the field session.
The Club lotto jackpot wasnâ€™t won last week. Five tickets matched three numbers each receiving â‚¬40. Numbers drawn were 1,2, 20 and 23.
The Davin Club extends its sympathies to the Woods family,Villa Terrace, St. Johnâ€™s Road on the death of Kit Woods (nee Oâ€™Neill).
The Club also send its best wishes for a speedy recovery to Ella Ryan, Treacy Park after her recent illness.