St Molleran’s Club prepares for Noel Kelly Tournament final

Passage East defeated Carrick Swan in the semi-final of St Molleran’s Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last week

Passage East defeated Carrick Swan in the semi-final of St Molleran’s Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last week

Passage will now face Drom & Inch in the final.

The Club is in discussion with both teams at the moment to fix a suitable date for the final.

The Club’s first weekly lotto draw took place last Monday night. The jackpot prize wasn’t won. The numbers drawn were 3, 8, 23 and 28.

This week’s jackpot prize is E2150. The Club thanks to everyone for their support.

Meanwhile, the Club’s U-14 hurlers achieved their second win of the championship last week when they defeated Abbeyside.

The team play An Ghaelteacht today Wednesday and hopefully will continue their winning run.

The Club hosted an U-9 hurling blitz last Wednesday. The St Molleran’s team performed very well once again and continue to progress.

The Club congratulates Jack Reade, who lined out at corner forward for the Waterford U-15 team in a challenge match against Limerick on Sunday.

Jack had an outstanding game and scored 1-05. All St Molleran’s players and mentors involved with county development squads are wished the best of luck.

The winner of the Club’s Last Man Standing competition was John O’Donoghue. The Club thanks everyone, who took part in the competition.

St Molleran’s Club extends sincere sympathy to the Dalton Family on their recent bereavement.