Minor Footballers into County Final

Our Minor footballers made it 3 County final appearances in a week joining the Senior hurlers and Intermediate camogie teams  in the finals.
Played in Cappamore in what was a change of venue from Bruff it was our lads who dominated from the first whistle playing some great football.
Two Cameron DiBeniditto first half goals had us in control and we led at the break 2-5 to no score.having been quite wasteful in front of goal at times.
Furhter second half goals from James Daly and super sub Conor Stack sealed a very good victory and set up a final with Oola in a few weeks .
Team: Eoghan Sherlock, Christy O Hagan, Glen Clancy, Jack Hardaker, Ralph Leonard, Sean Long, Pauric Heaney, Daragh O Gorman, Cian O Rahilly(0-1), John Leahy, Cameron DiBenniditto(2-0), Jay Hickey, Stephen O Halloran(0-3), JAmes Daly(1-2), Reuben McCarthy, .. Conor Stack(1-1), Conor Moloney, Robert Duffy


Senior Hurlers into County Final

Well done to our senior hurlers who were victorious in their County Semi final clash against Doon in the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.

A hard fought win by the lads who had goals from Kevin Downes and Peter Casey in a 2-18 to 2-14

We now await the winners of Kilmallock and Patrickswell who play next week in the other semi final

Family Sports Day/ 5k Walk/ 75K Cycle

We are holding a 5k walk, 75k cycle and Family Sports Day on Sunday October 1st beginning in the club from 9am.
First up will be our cyclists who hit the road at 9am and weave their way out the Clare countryside before returning to the club.
At 11am our walkers will commence their 5k around the Caherdavin/ Ashbrook area before returning in time for the Family Sports Day at 12noon.
You can now register online for both the walk and the cycle by clicking on the link below or alternatively pay on the day.
Register Here…..

Under 12 Hurlers visit St Vincents

This years cohort of players and mentors experienced great hospitality and no little game time fulfilling a welcome invite to the home of our founder Noel Dromgoole. We were esoecially pleased to find that the ref for the first game is a great grand nephew of Noel.
After three exciting games this years U12’s came away home as Shield holders, ably received by captain and player of the day Matthew McGann.

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