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U-16 Hurling
The u-16 hurlers were beaten at home by Burgess on a 1-10 to 1-7 scoreline in the second round of the championship. This was a much improved performance from the first round. Kilruane enjoyed a one point interval lead but despite a great team effort it was Burgess who took the points. Team: Robert Ward, Eoin Williams, Eanna Hogan, P.J. Cleary, Alan Darcy, David Reddan, David Williams, Niall O Meara, Keith Kelly, Thomas Cleary, Niall Murphy, Justin Cahill, Ronan Boyle, James O Sullivan and Sean Kelly. Subs: Robert Austin and Kieran Cahill.

U-12 Hurling
The u-12 hurlers were beaten away by Toomevara on a 2-4 to 1-1 scoreline. Their next game is at home to Roscrea on this Friday evening at 7.00 p.m. . Team: Anthony Spillane, Conor Austin, Abhainn Coleman, Cormac Boyle, Finnian Mannion, Tomás Hogan, Darragh Peters, Aidan Boyle (0-1), John Healy, Conor Cleary, Bob Dooley, James Cleary, Sean Cleary and Conor Doheny (1-0).

U-10 Hurling
The u-10 hurlers had a very enjoyable challenge against Borris-Ileigh in MacDonagh Park last Saturday. Panel : Cormac Mannion, William Ryan, Kevin Shinners, Tom Dooley, Sean Quinlan, Darragh Peters, Niall Shinners, Cian Darcy, Kieran Brereton, Darragh Fogarty, James Cleary, Ethan Hayes, Jack Farrell, Rory McCarthy, Martin Grace and Paul Guidera, Thomas Blessing and Mark Culbert.

U-8 Hurling
The u-8 hurlers also entertained Borris-Ileigh. The A and B teams had two well contested games against the visitors. Teams: (A) Carl Williams, Seamus O Meara, Jack Dunne, Jerome Cahill, Oisín O Meara, Patrick Hayes, Eoin Mulcahy, Luke Dervan and Devlin Courtney. (B) Sam Darcy, Kevin Oakley, Luke Carroll, Jack Dwan, Dillon Moran, Mark Stanley, Matthew Moyles, Eoin England, Sean Maher, Cian Spillane, Shane McAteer, Luke Morkan, Louis Kennedy and Barry Shanahan.

Senior Hurling
The senior hurlers play Portroe in the second round of the county qualifiers in Nenagh on this Sunday at 3.00 p.m. .

Munster Final
Congratulations to Seamus Hennessy who played a key role in the Tipperary’s victory over Cork in the Munster minor hurling final. 

Summer Camp
The annual Cúl Summer Camp is in full swing this week with 75 participants enjoying the activities in MacDonagh Park.

The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families of the late Alwood, Brennan and Hartigan families on their recent bereavements.