Cahir lost to Moyle Rovers on a score line of 0-11 to 0-4 in a sluggish game in Ballyporeen. In terrible conditions both teams struggled to set the game alight, Moyle Rovers kept the scoreboard ticking over with frees while Cahir struggled to make any inroads. Half-time score Moyle Rovers 0-7 to 0-2. Moyle Rovers came out of the blocks quickest in the second half and scored two quick points while Cahir could only manage two more frees.
What was a most disappointing afternoon we now must beat Ardfinnan to have any chance of qualifying.
Team: Evan O’Dwyer, Liam Howard, Joe McEnriy, John Sheehy, Eoin Farrell, Eddie Kendrick, Cormac Crowe, Sean O’Connor, Dean Lonergan, Shane Tobin, Michael Hickey, Shane Murphy (0-2), Johnny McMahon (0-2), Eoghann Quinlan, Sean Kiernan.
Subs: Daire O’Brien, Liam Casey, Daniel Moloney, Eoin Donaghy, Ciaran O’Donnell, Oisin Moloney, David Purtill, Stephen Dooley.
A Little Bit of History
Well done to Andy Moloney and Daniel Moloney who were linesmen in the recent McGrath Cup semi-final match between Cork and C. I. T.
Membership fees are due for this year. Players who do not pay fees are not covered. Fees are €E10 for U-21s and €E20 for all over 21. Fees can be giving to any committee member or directly to Eddie Lonergan.
Training will continue for all teams this Wednesday, players are asked to be in the field for 7:30pm. Texts will be sent out to the necessary parties.
NFL Division 3
Commiserations to Tipperary and our own Robbie Costigan who lost to Roscommon in DR Hyde Park on a score line of 1-12 to 0-12.
The club would like to express our deepest regret as we say goodbye to Ritchie “rock” Guthrie as he departs with his family for Australia. The Rock’s commitment and blatant disregard for his own safety was always a sight to behold. Hopefully we’ll see him back in the Slasher jersey again.
FIXTURES (Check website in case of change).
Sunday February 12, MFL. V Ballingarry in Ballingarry at 12 noon.
The parish football league will start this Saturday ay 2.45pm in Duneske. We look forward to some good football matches over the next four weeks. Any of the team managers requiring gear for the season should contact Pat O’Brien.
Well done to the lads who again landed the South Scor na Paisti quiz on Sunday night last. Eoin Rowe, Eoin O’Neill and Colin McEniry were the participants. Many thanks to Mary Howard for her time and patience in helping the lads to their win. The county final will be on next Sunday in Cashel at 2.30pm.