Junior hurling finals.

The junior a team drew with Oulart in the county final by 1-07 to 0-10. WE started the match well with Laurence murphy scoring inside the first two minutes but we only managed to add one more point in the first half which was a pointed free by Ed Rowsome. WE wasted a fair bit of possession and should have scored more in the first half. Our backs had the upper hand over the oulart forwards for most of the match. THe half time score was

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0-02 to 0-05 in favour of Oulart, but this was when we were playing against a slight wind. WE were on top for most of the second half but again found it difficult to get the scores. A great point from James Gahan set us on our way in the second half and we drew level with two minutes to go. We missed two clear chances to take the lead, and the referee blew the game up a draw. It is unclear when the replay will be.

Team: Morgan Gahan, Sean Doran, Daire turner, Mick Nolan, Denis Walsh, Chris Daly, Mick Sweeney, Damien Fenlon, Laurence Muprhy, Ed Rowsome, Bryan Dwyer, Patrick Walsh, John Ivory, John O Loughlin, James Gahan. Sub : Adrian O Dowd for John O Loughlin

Scores: Ed Rowsome 0-04 frees, Bryan Dwyer 1-00, Laurence Murphy 0-02, James Gahan 0-01.



The junior ‘b’ team lost to Ballyhogue in the district final straight after the junior a. Our lads have put in a very good effort this year and our third team reached its first ever district final. Playing against Ballyhogues first team, and losing Adrian O Dowd to the second team and Miheal Somers to a hand injury meant that this was always going to be a hard one to win but the lads did themselves proud, and will surely be amongst the distrcit favourites next year.

team: Larry Carty, Anthony Dempsey, Declan Kelly, Martin Sweeney, Padraig Stafford, Barry Millar, Michael Stafford, Diarmaid Breen, James O Loughlin, Morgan Rowsome, Michael Ivory, Peadar Leacy, Ciaran Fenlon, Paul Farrington, Tomas O Leary. Subs: John Murphy, Adrian O Loughlin, Maurice McGrath, William Murphy, Conor Doyle, Micheal Somers (injured)

Intermediate Camogie Final

Best Wishes to the Intermediate Camogie team from all the committee members and the mentors. Hope ye have a great game in the Intermediate B Final of the Championship Competition on Saturday 29th September in Ferns at 5.45pm.

Come along and enjoy the game all support is greatly appreciated. Admission Costs: Adults 8 euro, Students & O.A.P 5 euro.

Under 21 football

The under 21 footballers have qualified for the district final after beating Davidstown by 2-11 to 1-07 last night in St Patricks Park. We started well and soon had a 1-06 to 0-00 lead and went in at half time leading by 1-10 to 0-03, thanks to some good scores by James Gahan in particular. We never really got out of first gear in the first half and forgot to let of the handbrake for the second. We only managed to score 1-01 in the second half thanks to some woeful shooting by Sean Murphy in particular. We couldnt kick a point in the second half and had to make do with the fisted effort of Bryan Dwyer to record our first score of the half. Morgan Gahan scored a penalty with the last kick of the game.

Team: Sean McCabe, Peter Mernagh, Ray O Brien, Morgan Gahan, Niall O Reilly, Paul Gahan, Liam Gahan, Mark Walsh, Aidan Gahan, Mick Sweeney, Dean Fenlon, James Gahan, James Sweeney, Matthew Dunne, Sean Murphy Subs: Diarmaid Breen, Tomas O Leary, Patrick Walsh, Bryan Dwyer.

Junior ‘a’ hurling semi final report

Monageer Boolavogue 4-12 Bunclody 1-07.

We are through to the junior a hurling final where we will face Oulart The Ballagh, after beating HWH Bunclody this evening in Farmleigh. We started well thanks to a brilliantly taken goal by John O Loughlin, but bunclody were finding the

scores easier to get, pulling level on 1-02 to 0-05. However we finished the first half strongly and went in at half time leading by 3-04 to 0-06, thanks to goals from John O Loughlin again and Ed Rowsome from a sideline ball. The secondhalf started in the worst possible way, with bunclody scoring a goal, but they didnt manage to score again from play for the remainder of the game. John O Loughlin scored his third goal of the match, and points were tagged on by Bryan Dwyer, John Ivory and James Gahan among others.

Team; 1. Morgan Gahan 2. Sean Doran 3. Daire Turner 4. Mick Nolan 5.

Denis Walsh 6. Chris Daly 7. Sean McCabe 8. Mick Sweeney 9. Damien Fenlon 10. Ed Rowsome 11. Bryan Dwyer 12. Patrick Walsh 13. James Gahan 14. John O Loughlin 15. John Ivory Subs: Laurence Murphy for Sean McCabe, Niall Finn for Ed Rowsome

Scores: John O Loughlin 3-00, Ed Rowsome 1-05, John Ivory 0-02, Patrick Walsh 0-01, Laurence Murphy 0-01, Bryan Dwyer 0-01, James Gahan 0-01, Damien Fenlon 0-01

U8’s end of season party

The U8’s wrapped up their year with fun and games this evening. After they beat the parents in a game of football it was up to the complex for sweets and tea! Finally the team coaches, Jonathon and Stephen presented each player with a certificate for the years hard work.

Big thanks to both Jonathon and Stephen for all their hard work during the year and making the season very enjoyable for all involved.

Check out all the photos in the gallery here


Junior A hurling semi final on Saturday 22nd

Our Junior A hurlers are playing in the semi final this Saturday at 5:30pm in Farmleigh.

After a thrilling quarter final win over Glynn-Barntown the team is looking forward to play a good Bunclody side.

Please come out and support the lads, who to date have provided some very entertaining performances.

Farmleigh Saturday 22nd at 5:30pm.

Junior b district Finalists

There are many people who make the grade of Junior b sound even worse by calling it Junior ‘d’. This in fact is doing our lads a dis-service and they proved it with a brilliant second half display last night to reach the district final on a scoreline of 1-15 to 0-07, despite trailing by two at half time. This is the first year i can remember the third team actually having collective training sessions other than those in the Harrow. Our lads have been training twice a week for a good while now, and they are seeing the benefits of it now. Sure its not that long ago when county teams didn’t even train twice a week.

I wasn’t at the game myself but i was told by many that our lads hurled the sh*te out of the Rapps in the second half. We had three additions to our team from the drawn game, Paul Farrington, James O Loughlin and Micheal Somers and surely they must have made a difference. The other semi final is on Thursday night between Ballyhogue and Rathnure. Our lads must be brimming with confidence now and will certainly not fear either team.

Team: 1. Larry Carty 2. Martin Sweeney 3. Declan Kelly 4. Anthony Dempsey 5. Padraig Stafford 6. Barry Miller 7. Michael Stafford 8. Diarmaid Breen 9. James O Loughlin 10. Peadar Leacy 11. Michael Ivory 12. Adrian O Dowd 13. Morgan Rowsome 14. Paul Farrington 15. Michéal Somers  Subs: John Murphy for Micheal Somers, Conor Doyle for Morgan Rowsome .

Junior hurling replay vs Rapps tonight Tuesday 11th

Just a reminder that tonight Tuesday the 11th, our Junior D hurlers play the replay match against the Rapps in St. Patricks park at 7pm sharp.

The drawn game was a thriller with our lads making a great comeback, so tonight should be an exciting affair.

All support very much welcomed.

Harvest Ball Thank You

Thanks to all those who helped out at the Harvest ball, and also to those who attended in such good numbers, to make the evening a good one. Hopefully a good time was had by all and maybe this will be the first of many.