After last week’s loss to Nenagh the senior hurlers must regroup for the county championship which commences in mid July.
The junior A hurlers lost to Knockshegowna in the second round on a 0-16 to 0-11 scoreline. In the third round they will play Lorrha.
The U-14 hurlers overcame Moneygall in the sixth round of the championship. This win guarantees them a place in the semi-final.
The U-12 A and B hurling teams recorded victories against Kildangan in MacDonagh Park last week.
The minor hurlers will open their campaign with a game against Roscrea in Moneygall at 7.30 on this Thursday June 30th.
Applications for tickets should be with Michael Cahill by Saturday June 2nd.
The club won €1,000 in this month’s County Draw.
The annual Cul hurling and camogie Summer Camp takes place in MacDonagh Park Monday July 4th to Friday July 8th. The cost remains the same as last year: €55 for one child, €100 for two children and €135 for three children. The camp is open to all boys and girls 6 to 14 years old inclusive. Almost ninety participants have already registered for The Camp and as arrangements for are now being finalized any outstanding applications should be forwarded immediately to Gilbert Williams.
The juvenile club is holding its annual Bag Packing in Dunnes Stores on Friday evening July 1st and all day Saturday July 2nd. Every family which has a player involved with Kilruane MacDonaghs from U-6 up to U-16 has been contacted and will be expected to commit at least one parent for a two hour stint on either day. This was a tremendous success last year and even greater parental participation on this occasion should see last year’s returns surpassed.