Annual General Meeting

The AGM of 2013 will take place in the Clubhouse at 8pm on Friday November 29th.

Nominations are sought for the following positions:


Vice Chairman


Assistant Secretary


Officer for Irish Language and Culture

Public Relations Officer

Intermediate ‘A’ Hurling Management

Junior Hurling Management

Junior ‘B’ Hurling Management

Under 21 Hurling Management

Junior Football Management

Junior ‘B’ Football Management

Under 21 Football Management


Camogie Club AGM

The Camogie club Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday the 6th of December at 8pm in the Clubhouse.

Nominations are invited for the following positions: (please note: All nominations are to be submitted to Emma Lupton before the commencement of the meeting. Any positions left unfilled will be referred to the first committee meeting.)


Chairperson                                               Stephen O’Leary

Secretary                                                     Emma Lupton

Treasurer                                                    Antoinette Murphy

Assistant Treasurer                                  Mary Gahan

President                                                     Martina Murphy

Vice President                                            Josie Gahan

Assistant secretary & Registrar               Anne Butler

Child Protection Officer                              Niamh Breen

PRO                                                              Emma Lupton

Development Officer                                 Antoinette Murphy

Under 10 management                            Stephen O’Leary

Barry Miller

Emma Lupton

Shannon Murphy

Under 12 management                             Sarah Sweeney

Declan Peoples

Eimear McCabe

Mary Gahan

Under 14 management                                 John McCabe

Annette Fenlon

Under 16 management                                 Bertie Gahan

Shane Kehoe

Emma Dwyer

Under 18 management                                 Larry Dunne

Brenda Murphy

Antoinette Murphy

Intermediate management                           Peter Nolan

John Murphy

Orla Gahan


Winter Skills Underage Coaching

Our Winter Hurling Skills Indoor Training program for all underage from U8s to Minor will start on November 6th in Buffers Alley Community Arena.
The under 8, U10 & U12 will train for three weeks on the following dates. The 6th Nov, 20th Nov & the 4th Dec. The U8, U10 & U12 will train on these dates between 6.30pm and 7.30pm.
The U14, U16 & U18 will train for six weeks every Wednesday evening from 7.30pm till 9pm approx starting on the 6th of Nov.
In order to defray the costs their will be a €2 charge per night or the following may apply.
For U8, U10 & U12 €2 per night or €5 for all three sessions.
For U14, U16 & U18 €2 per night or €10 for all six sessions.
Any queries for U8, U10 & U12 please contact Johnathan Dunne.
Any queries for U14, U16 & U18 please contact Enda Walshe or Peter Mernagh

Coiste na nOg AGM ***Please Note New Date***

The Coiste na nOg AGM will take place on Thursday the 21st of November at 8pm in the Clubhouse.


(a) Adoption of Standing Orders.

(b) Minutes of previous Annual General Meeting.

(c) Consideration of the Annual Report submitted by the Secretary.

(d) The Chairperson’s Address.

(e) Election of Officers and Members of the Coiste na nÓg Committee.

(f) Notices of Motion.

(g) Election of team mentors

(h) Other Business

Nominations are invited for the following positions: (please note: All nominations are to be submitted to Peter Mernagh before the commencement of the meeting. Any positions left unfilled will be referred to the first committee meeting.)





Coaching Officer

Committee Member

under 6/8 management

under 10 management

under 12 management

under 14 management

under 16 management

minor management

Minor hurling semi final

The minor hurlers played in the division 5 county semi final on saturday in St Patricks Park at 11.30 against Duffry Rovers

On probably the wettest morning of the year the minor hurlers lost out to the Duffry by 2-11 to 0-04. After making a bad start the lads responded well with some decent hurling at times but amid torrential downpours our lads found it difficult to get the scores needed to claw back the Duffry’s commanding lead. The half time score was 1-09 to 0-04. The Duffry found it difiicult to score in the second half and we didnt score at all which mean the the Duffry ran out comfortable and deserving winners on the above scoreline.

Team: Adam Dunne, Jamie O Brien, Padraig McCarthy, Ryan Breen, Graham O Reilly, Ben Doyle, James Walshe, Garry Ennett, Robbie Donnelly, Camen O Brien, Conor Doyle, Padraig Flynn, Mark Gahan. Subs: Peter Breen, Cathal Walsh, Shane Gahan, Cian Allen, Diarmaid Fenlon, William Murphy.

Intermediate league final

The intermediate hurlers played the Division 3 league final on Sunday at 11.30am in Oylegate against Crossabeg-Ballymurn and lost out by 2-16 to 1-09

Playing with the wind in the first half our lads had a terrible start with Ballymurn taking a commanding lead but due to indiscipline by the Ballymurn backs, frees from Peter Mernagh and a well taken goal by Niall O Loughlin, along with points from Damien Fenlon and Shane Kehoe meant that we went in at half time only a point behind 1-09 to 1-08. In a similar fashion to the county final and other games this year we completely fell asunder in the second half scoring only one point, which was a free. and despite some determined defending by Stephen Murphy we were comprehensively beaten

Team: Sean Murphy, Liam Gahan, Stephen Murphy, Graham O Reilly, Niall O Reilly, Paddy Breen, Mick Sweeney, Damien Fenlon, Laurence Murphy, Shane Kehoe, Conall Nolan, Matthew Dunne, Peter Mernagh, Niall O Loughlin, Bertie Gahan. Subs: Mark Gahan for Damien Fenlon, James Gahan for Conall Nolan, Chris Daly for Mick Sweeney, Aidan Gahan for Laurence Murphy and John O Loughlin for Niall O Loughlin

Scores: Peter Mernagh 0-07 frees, Niall O Loughlin 1-00, Shane Kehoe 0-01, Damien Fenlon 0-01

County Final v Shamrocks

The intermediate hurlers lost out in the county final by 5 points on Saturday to remain in Intermediate ‘a’ hurling for 2014. After making a decent start with a well worked goal finished by Bertie Gahan, along with points from Gahan, Peter Mernagh and Niall O Loughlin we went in at half time 1-03 to 0-07 behind despite playing against a strong wind. Strong in defence in particular were Graham O Reilly and Paddy Breen, with Bob Jacob excelling for the Shamrocks.

There was a confident mood at half time when we considered the wind that was behind us in the second half, but we never hurled well enough in the second period to make the necessary come back. We had some late chances with two shots saved onto the crossbar and another effort by Niall O Loughlin which went just over the bar, but although we had those chances our second half performance didn’t really strike of a team deserving to win the final with the final score being Shamrocks 0-15 to Monageer Boolavogue 1-07. All roads lead to next year now with 2013 definately being a step in the right direction and a good foundation on which to build on.

Team was:

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, Conall Nolan for Damien Fenlon, James Gahan for Bertie Gahan, Paul Gahan for Mick Sweeney, Tommy Breen for Colm O Loughlin

Scores: Bertie Gahan 1-02, Peter Mernagh 0-02, Niall O Loughlin 0-02, Sean Murphy 0-01

Intermediate ‘A’ county final 5th of October

On the 5th of October 1980 Monageer Boolavogue defeated Glynn Barntown in the Intermediate Hurling final, to become a senior club for the first time. On the 33rd anniversary of this great win, the Intermediate ‘A’ hurlers face the Shamrocks in the county final for a place in Intermediate hurling 2014. Our manager this year Jimmy Gahan was a key player on that 1980 team.

The match takes place on Saturday at 5pm in Wexford Park. We have already played the Shamrocks this year and lost by two points. We have played the Shamrocks four times in the last four years in championship hurling with the current score being two wins each so todays match will see one team take the lead in this stat but more importantly will see the winners moving up a grade for next year.