Junior B semi final versus Gorey

Our Junior B team were beaten by a strong Gorey second string yesterday 28th Sep on a score line of 4-15 to 12 pts. We started well and scored some fine points from play by Peadar Leacy and Noel Winters. Injury to Barry Miller in the first half was a big blow and he eventually had to go off. We conceeded a goal before half time and ended the half losing, with score 1-10 to 6 pts. Gorey took control in the second half and we were not able to keep with the pace of their young skillful team. Late in the game we conceeded a few goals which was disappointing. So the year draws to a close but the team are Enniscorthy district champions and continue to make good progress. Hopefully next year this team can go a step further. Thanks to everyone who has helped out and supported the team over the year.

Team: John Redmond, Keith Swaine, Dermot

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Prendergast, Murt Sweeney, Podge Stafford, Barry Miller, Micheal Stafford, James O Loughlin, Gary Ennet, Peadar Leacy, Mick Ivory, Ciaran Fenlon, Noel Winters, Micheal Somers and Morgan Rowsome. Subs James Donohoe for Ciaran Fenlon, Thomas O Leary for Micheal Somers, Jamie O Brien for Keith Swaine, John Murphy for Barry Miller, Conor Doyle for Noel Winters. Adrian O Loughlin, Larry Carty, Mick Kelly and William Murphy


Congratulations to John Carton who has been appointed to referee the Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final between Oulart and the Shels which takes place next Sunday in Wexford Park. Well done John

John started refereeing in 2004 after a long playing career.  Since taking up refereeing John has refereed  underage county Finals,  U21 County Final and Intermediate B County Final in 2012.

John is assisted by his loyal umpires – Jimmy Shugs Gahan, Peter Mernagh, Aidan Fenlon and James Sweeney.



Semi Final replay v Clongeen

The replay of the semi final took place in Ballymurn on Saturday with our lads coming out on top on a scoreline of 2-18 to 2-10. We started the game in similar fashion to that of the drawn game in taking a lead of 0-12 to 0-03 after twenty five minutes thanks to scores from Matthew Dunne, Bertie Gahan in particular with Peter Mernagh landing four frees but the mid game collapse which we had in the drawn game only amounted to the concession of the last three points of the first half to leave the half time score 0-12 to 0-06. we started the second half much better than the previous day and a goal by Niall O Loughlin helped us into a 1-12 to 0-08 lead. Despite conceding a soft goal directly from a line ball we reacted well and kept a decent lead until a lucky break saw Peter Mernagh land our second goal to leave the outcome in no doubt. Again we conceded another soft goal towards the end but at that stage the match was well won. We now play the Shamrocks in the county final next Saturday at 5pm in Wexford Park so please come along and support the lads on the big day.

Team: Sean Murphy, Liam Gahan, Stephen Murphy, Graham O Reilly, Niall O Reilly, Paddy Breen, Mick Sweeney, Damien Fenlon, Mark Walsh, Colm O Loughlin, Matthew dunne, Shane Kehoe, Peter Mernagh, Niall O Loughlin, Bertie Gahan

Subs: Padraig Flynn for Mark Walsh, David Breen for Peter Mernagh

Semi Final v Clongeen

Monageer Boolavogue 1-12 Clongeen 2-09.

We were playing with a good breeze in the first half and opened up a 0-08 to nil lead with good scores from Shane Kehoe, Mark Walsh, Colm O Loughlin and frees from Peter Mernagh, but after that we went totally out of the game and conceded 1-03 in the last few mins of the half. Playing against the wind it was going to be difficult to hold onto the two point advantage and so it proved with clongeen taking a 2-9 to 0-10 point lead with only 5 mins to go in the match, when we staged a determined comeback with Peter Mernagh getting pointed free and a goal from a cross sent in by Matthew Dunne, Mark Walsh scored the last point of the game to keep us in the championship for 2013. The winner of the replay will play Shamrocks in the final after they comfortably bet Ballyfad which was also on this afternoon.

Team; Sean Murphy, Liam Gahan, Stephen Murphy, Graham O Reilly, Niall O Reilly, Patrick Breen, Mick Sweeney, Damien Fenlon, Mark Walsh, Colm O Loughlin, Shane Kehoe, Matthew Dunne, Peter Mernagh, Niall O Loughlin, Bertie Gahan. Subs: Paul Gahan for Graham O Reilly, Padraig Flynn for Damien Fenlon

Scores: Peter Mernagh 1-06 (0-05 frees) Mark Walsh 0-02, Bertie Gahan 0-02, Shane Kehoe 0-01, Colm O Loughlin 0-01

Lotto Result for 17th September draw

Numbers drawn :  3, 16, 17, 22

No jackpot winner

2 match 3: Richie Byrne and Statia Ivory

Next draw takes place on Tuesday 1st October 2013 at 9:30pm in GAA complex. All welcome

Jackpot : €10,000

NOTE : For each draw that jackpot is not won, €100 will be added to the next new jackpot.

Tom Daly Cup

Our U10 boy’s are playing in the Tom Daly Cup this Sunday morning ( 15th Sept ) in Monageer at 11am. Oulart, Blackwater & Ferns will join them. Please come along and support this very promising u10 team.

Run for Tom – Charity Walk/Run on Sunday 20th October at 10.30am

This charity fun/walk is being held to raise funds to buy a 10yr old

boy (Tom) who has a physical and intellectual disability a special running buggy. You choose the distance 5km or 10km. Sponsorship cards are available from Fiona Gahan at 086 8153181. It is only 10 euro to do this walk/run on the day.

Childrens Party — Thanks

Thanks to everyone who helped out last Friday at the children’s party. To those who made food, provided food and to all the helpers on the evening including our superhero’s. It was a great example of a community spirit at work and long may it continue, which will help the huge numbers of children in attendance reach their potential on and off the GAA pitch.

For some pics from the evening please view our gallery.