If anyone (over 16 years of age) would be interested in doing the camogie referee course please contact Emma Lupton on 087-9585673. The Wexford County Board will host the course if enough people are interested.
Monageer Boolavogue GAA & Camogie clubs were just one of the groups who took part in the St. Patrick’s Day parade this year and received a prize for their group entry. Thanks to all the parents, children and helpers who
took part in the parade.
The Intermediate Camogie team are playing their first league match on the bank holiday Monday 1st April in Oylegate at 4pm. The girls will be in Oylegate at 3.30pm to prepare for the match. All support would be greatly appreciated.
A First Aid & CPR introduction/Refresher has been organised for all coaches. It will be held in the meeting room of our clubhouse on Fri 5th April starting at 7pm. This information night is open to all GAA/Camogie/Ladies Football coaches within our club. If you are available and would like to attend please text Jonathan 0830022912 or Emma 0879585673. A big thanks to Brigid Sinnott for helping with this information night. See you on the night!
The re fixed match which was due to be on WEdnesday has been postponed due to a death in the opposition club
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The minors were out again this morning against a very determined St annes side…The boys worked together as a team and fought hard for one and other right throughout.The game opened with a fine goal from James Walshe and points slotted over by Graham o reilly and Conor Doyle. The half time score being 1-5 – 1-4 to st annes. It was an exciting half with Mikes receiving a yellow card for repremanding the referee on a decision made against him…It was a tough half with hurls flying everywhere. The second half started with a bang with a goal from out the field by graham o reilly. The scores were level before Mark gahan slotted over 2 fine points and william murphy kicking a ball over the bar. At this stage The monageer boys were up by a point. Then things got heated with St annes getting a goal. Mintutes later, one after the other Conor
Doyle scored two goals slotting the ball into the back of the net to give Monageer the lead..The boys drove on from there with great team spirit with points added by Graham O reilly and Conor Doyle. However it was not all the forwards playing well out standing performances were had by all especially Shane Gahan in goal pulling off a number of fine saves.
The team was 1.Shane gahan 2 Ryan breen 3 Podge mc carthy 4 Gary Ennett 5 mark gahan(0-2) 6 graham o reilly (1-4) 7Sean roche 8 Camen O brien 9 James walshe (1-0) 10 Robbie Rowsome 11 Conor Doyle (2-2) 12 William Murphy (0-1) 13 Michael Power
The final score was 4-10 – 2-7
Our Intermediate hurlers picked up a brace of points in their match against Laois outfit Shanahoe in Monageer today. After a poor first half display we trailed at half-time 0-9 to 0-6, as Shanahoe dominated in most sectors.
We improved considerably after the interval sparked by a fine goal from the outstanding Peter Mernagh and we went on to win easily in the end with furthur goals from James Sweeney with two and David Breen with the other goal.
Best on the day were Liam Gahan and Steven Murphy in defence, Matty Dunne when switched to midfield and up front man of the match Mernagh excelled.
Team; Sean Murphy, Liam Gahan, Aidan Gahan, Sean Doran, Brian O’Loughlin, Steven Murphy, Niall O’Reilly, Mick Sweeney, Tommy Breen(0-3), Colm O’Loughlin(0-1), Matty Dunne(0-1), Damien Fenlon(0-1), Peter Mernagh (1-7), David Breen(1-0), James Sweeney(2-0). Subs; Niall O’Loughlin for C O’Loughlin, Paul Gahan for Aidan Gahan, Sean McCabe for S Doran, Shane Kehoe (0-1) for M Sweeney, Larry Murphy for D Breen. Also Dec Kelly, Ray O’Brien, James Gahan, Bryan Dwyer Adrian O’Dowd, Morgan Gahan.
Monageer Boolavogue GAA and Camogie clubs would like to
thank all the parents and children who took part in the St. Patrick’s Day parade today in Enniscorthy. The club won the prize for the best group in the parade.
Monageer/Boolavogue v Shanahoe (Laois) on Monday March 18 at 4.00 in Monageer. All support welcome.