Passage East win Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament final

Passage East defeated Drom & Inch by one point in the final of St Molleran’s Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last Saturday.

Passage East defeated Drom & Inch by one point in the final of St Molleran’s Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last Saturday.

The large crowd of spectators were treated to an absolute cracker of a match on an evening of ideal weather conditions.

The game featured some breathtaking scores, outstanding individual performances, but most of all two brilliant teams who gave their all to gain that most important victory.

Only one point separated the teams at the final whistle with Passage coming out on top. It was a classic game and a fitting finale to a memorable tournament.

Final score: Passage 3-14, Drom & Inch 2-16.

St Molleran’s thanks sponsors Noel Kelly and The Carraig Hotel, match officials, all participating teams, stewards and a very special thanks to tournament organiser, John Maher, on a job well done.

On the same day as the Noel Kelly Tournament Final, St Molleran’s Intermediate hurlers achieved a good win over Tramore in the League. Final score: St Molleran’s 3-14, Tramore 1-08.

The team play Ferrybank in the championship in Walsh Park at 7.30pm this Friday, June 7 Ferrybank have been very impressive in their games to date so St Molleran’s can expect a very tough encounter.

The Junior hurlers were defeated by Butlerstown in their latest group game of the championship. The team were evenly matched with Butlerstown for the majority of the game but Butlerstown finished stronger and won by five points. The Junios have three games left in the competition.

The Club’s lotto jackpot prize wasn’t won last week and there weren’t any match 3 winners. Five lucky dip winners each received E40. Numbers drawn were 5,12,15,17. The jackpot prize is now E2,500. Thanks to the public for their continued support.

In juvenile news, the U-14 hurlers suffered two defeats last week to Ballyduff Upper and Four-mile-water respectively. The team need to get a few wins in their remaining games to qualify for the knockout stages.

The Club’s Juvenile Academy continues today (Wednesday, June 5)) from 6.30pm to 7.45pm. New members are welcome.

Club gear can be ordered at the Clubhouse on Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

Well done to Maurice Davin Festival Committee Chairman Bobby Fitzgerald and his committee for their outstanding work in organising the festival.

Sincere sympathy is extended to the Walsh families on their recent bereavements.