St Molleran’s juvenile academy resumes this week

Due to bad weather, St Molleran’s GAA Club was forced to cancel all games in the Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last weekend.

Due to bad weather, St Molleran’s GAA Club was forced to cancel all games in the Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last weekend.

The Club hopes to clear the backlog of fixtures over the next few weeks in order to finish the tournament within the planned schedule. It thanks all the teams involved for their cooperation to date.

Meanwhile, the Club’s adult teams plan to return to training in the field were also scrapped by the weather.

St Mollerans U-11 hurlers were defeated by a very strong Ballyduff last Friday, March 8 in Carraiganor. The team lost by a single goal after a very exciting and entertaining game.

The St Molleran’s player are just back training and played exceedingly well. They were very unlucky not to win. The Club expects the U-11 team to achieve plenty of success during the year.

Team: J. Comerford, D. McGrath, P. Keane, J. Hegarty, J. O’Sullivan, E. Foley, R. Comerford, K. Quinn, G. Hayes, J. Conroy.

The U-14 football championship game against Kilmacthomas was called off due to the weather.

The juvenile academy resumes this Wednesday, March 13 at 6.30pm. If the initial enquiries are anything to go by, the Club expects a large number of new members in attendance.

Anyone interesting in helping as a coach or who wants their children to learn Gaelic Games skills in a safe, relaxed and friendly atmosphere can just come along to the St Molleran’s field on Wednesday evening and speak to the adult coaches present.

A number of underage players are involved with several Waterford development squads at the moment. The Club wish these players all the best and hopes they make the panels for their respective teams.

It is very important that parents ensure children attend training regularly. Only children who attend training will be considered for team selection on match days.

Parents are requested to reply to text messages when they are notified of matches. Team managers need to know who is available in order to finalise team selection and transport.

A lot of people fell by the way side in the Club’s Last Man Standing Competition last weekend. The surviving competitors are wished the best of look next weekend.

Meanwhile, the Club congratulates the cast of Carrick-on-Suir Musical Society’s West Side Story, including several St Molleran’s players, on their great performances in the show last week.