The u-21 hurlers play Carrick Swan in the county semi-final in Boherlahan on this Sunday at 12 o clock. With a growing injury list, the team face a formidable task as they renew rivalry with the south champions.
Ardcroney N.S, defeated Lorrha-Redwood in the North Plate football final in Thomas MacDonagh Park Cloughjordan.. It was a very entertaining game with some excellent football played by both sides. Team: William Ryan, Niall Shinners, Conor Cleary, Cormac Boyle, Conor Doheny, Sean Cleary, Bob Dooley, Ciaran Spillane, John Cahalan, Niall Ryan and Abhainn Coleman. Subs: Nuala Ryan, Shauna Heffernan, Roisin Cahill, Conor McAdams, Brendan McAdams, Tom Dooley, and Tommy Holland. Many thanks to caretaker Pat Williams for having the pitch immaculate condition for the game.
Cloughjordan N.S. were beaten by Scoil Eoin Roscrea in the championship final. Team: Keelan Troy, Mark Armitage, Mark Tierney, Kieran Brereton, Conor Austin, Jack Farrell, Andrew Hodgins, Cian Darcy, Jonathan Powell, Brian Dooley and Adrian Armitage. Subs: Rory McCarthy and John Carter.
Dan O Meara Tournament
Kilruane MacDonaghs defeated Borris-Kilcotton in the plate final of the Dan O Meara tournament. After the game chairman Sean Ward presented the Dan O Meara Shield to captain Eoin Burns. Thanks to Dan Darcy who refereed. Team: Robert Ward, Eoin Burns, David Reddan, P.J. Cleary, Jack Peters, Justin Cahill, Aidan Boyle, Eoin Williams, David Williams, Robert Austin, Alan Darcy, Sean Kelly, Andrew Brennan, Niall O Meara and Kieran Cahill. Subs: Patrick Ryan, Ian McSherry, Jamie Heffernan and Simon Delahunty.
Congratulations to Lorrha & Dorrha on their fantastic victory in the intermediate county final and we wish them further success in the Munster club championship.
A meeting of the Juvenile Committee will be held in the clubroom on this Friday at 8.00 p.m. . All selectors are asked to attend.
Those who are travelling on the club holiday in January are reminded that payment must be made by Monday November 5th.
The club would like to extend its sympathy to Pauline Hogan, Lisgarode on the death of her sister.