St Molleranâ€™s Intermediate hurlers were defeated by De La Salle last Friday.
The Carrickbeg team played with a gale force wind in the first half but De La Salle were the dominant force and led by four points at the break. Half time score was: De la Salle 1-06, St Molleranâ€™s 0-5.
St Molleranâ€™s performance improved slightly in the second half but they were always struggling against a well drilled opposition. This was a very disappointing display from the Intermediate team.
The team must get its act together and prepare for its next game against a highly touted Ferrybank team. Final score De La Salle 1-12, St Molleranâ€™s 0-8.
The Junior hurlers played championship games against Portlaw and Tramore last week.
The team played well against Portlaw but their finishing in front of goal left a bit to be desired and they lost the game.
The Juniors also lost their game against Tramore but their performance was considerably improved compared to their previous outing.
St Molleran were beaten by four points in the match. They conceded a lot of frees, which cost them dearly in the end.
The Clubâ€™s weekly lotto draw began on Monday. Anyone interested in joining the draw should contact any St Molleranâ€™s Committee member, who will put them in contact with the lotto promoter for their area.
St Molleranâ€™s U-12 hurlers suffered their first league defeat last Friday when they were beaten by St Maryâ€™s.
Both teams were evenly matched in the first half but St Maryâ€™s scored a couple of early second half goals, which seemed to deflate the Carrickbeg youngsters who couldnâ€™t recover and were eventually beaten comfortably.
Meanwhile, anyone with ol St Molleranâ€™s club memorabilia is requested to contact any club member.
St Molleranâ€™s Club gear is on sale in the clubhouse on Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
The club has a great selection to chose from at very competitive prices.
The Club extends sincere sympathy to the Leahy and Woods/ O Neill families on their recent family bereavements.