Month: May 2017

Munster Senior Camogie Champions 2017

Massive congratulations to Limerick camogie girls and especially our own Sinead McNamara and Laura O Neill who captured the Munster Senior Camogie Championship following an excellent victory over Cork over the weekend. Both Na Piarsaigh girls starting the final with Laura in goals and Sinead at corner back in the history making victory. The All…

Under 14 Camogie girls reach County League Final

Well done to the Under 14 camogie team who qualified for the County Under 14B Final following an excellent win over Ballybrown in Pairc Dromguil on Saturday. Playing with the wind in the first half the girls played very well and got some good scores. Goals from Eva Long and Sarah Stanley helped give us…

Intermediate Hurlers get first Win

Our Intermediate hurlers recorded their first victory of the Nick Green Sponsored Intermediate Hurling Championship by virtue of a good if not controversial 1 point victory over Dromcollogher Broadford palyed in Croagh on Sunday evening. Playing with the strong breeze in the first half the lads hurled well with some great scores taken. Points from…

Intermediate Camogie team win Plate Final

Congratulations to the Intermediate camogie girls who had a hard fought victory in the Intermediate Plate final over a gallant Ballybrown team on Sunday. Great to see the girls back in the winning enclosure after an absence of a few years. A very good display from the girls who ran out narrow winners 2-5 to…

Win for Senior Hurlers in Round 2

The senior hurlers made it two out of two on Saturday night when they overcame a dogged Patrickswell team on a 3-18 to 1-15 scoreline. Trailing 1-08 to 1-6 at the break and looking sluggish, the lads put in a much improved second 30 minutes to run out nine point winners in the end. Goals…

Intermediate hurlers begin with a draw

The Intermediate Hurlers made their bow in the Intermediate Championship on Sunday when they took on Hospital Herbertstown in Caherconlish. A beautiful day for hurling and in spite of being down a number of lads who were called up for senior duty. We nevertheless fielded a good team and hurled very well throughout the game….

Senior Hurlers start well

Our senior hurlers opened their Championship account for 2017 with a good victory over Senior new boys Cappamore in Kilmallock on Saturday night. We lined out minus the services of various starting players but as is the system the Intermediate team members filled the gaps and filled them well. We also saw the reappearance of…

Under 15 Hurlers make it 2 from 2

Our Under 15 hurlers continued their good form with a second win from two starts with victory over Bruff in Pairc Dromguil on Wednesday. Having overcome Glenroe in Round 1 on a scoreline of 3-8 to 3-6 it was hoped the teams form would continue. We began very well and got some excellent points from…