Future is bright for King Cormac's

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Future is bright for King Cormac's

Cashel King Cormac's U8 Squad who took part in a blitz in Monaleen, Co Limerick, last weekend.

Juvenile News

Well done to Cashel King Cormac's U8s who competed brilliantly in a blitz in Monaleen, Co. Limerick.

Two teams took part and players had great tussles with host club Monaleen, fellow Tipperary club Toomevara and Cork team Newtownshandrum in a well run blitz.

All games were very competitive with each player getting plenty of action in an excellent morning of hurling.

Thanks to Monaleen GAA for inviting us down and for their hospitality. To Declan and all the coaches for their time and dedication. And to each of the players who continue to thrive and improve, well done and keep it up.

Also well done to our u6s who played their first blitz in Rockwell on Saturday last. For many it was their first time to wear the red and green of Cashel. They did brilliant - the future's looking bright for CKC!

Both Cashel's u12 A and B hurling teams enjoyed wins in their respective leagues in Leahy Park on Monday last. The B team had a good win over Lattin Gaels while the As defeated Arravale Rovers.

Fixture

Junior B Hurling Cashel KC Vs Knockavilla Kickams, Saturday, June 23, at 6pm in Clonoulty.

All County Hurling League Fixture

Adult Hurling League. Division 3. Group 2. Round 4. CKC v Carrick Swan. Sunday, June 24,12 noon in Leahy Park, Cashel.