St Molleran’s ready for tough start to championship

St Molleran’s Intermediate hurlers travelled to Cork on Sunday last to play another challenge as part of their build up to the start of their championship. The team have a difficult opener against their near neighbours Clonea on Saturday week.

St Molleran’s Intermediate hurlers travelled to Cork on Sunday last to play another challenge as part of their build up to the start of their championship. The team have a difficult opener against their near neighbours Clonea on Saturday week.

The Junior hurlers start their championship this Sunday at home to Butlerstown. This is a testing start to their championship and the boys will have to be at their very best to pick up two points.

The U-13 footballers continued their championship with a loss to St Saviour’s.

They tried their best but were out classed by a much stronger team.

Their training continues along wirh the U-14s every week. The camogie team started the U14 championship last week away to a far superior Butlerstown side. The girls played well but were well beaten in the end. Training continues every week for all underage teams and team managers will continue to notify parents each week.

The St Molleran’s/Carraig Hotel/ Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament final is fixed for Sunday, May 20.

Carrickshock play Ballyhale Shamrocks and it is set up to be a classic game.

The May Day draw takes place this weekend with €1000 first prize. Some the limited 1000 tickets are still available.

The Club extends its heartfelt sympathies to the Kennedy family on their tragic loss. Thomas had many friends in the St Molleran’s Club and their outpouring of grief at his death was testimony to the high esteem in which he was held.

The Club wishes all players, who received the sacrement of Confirmation the very best.