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November 7, 2018

Junior football



Our junior footballers played Ardfinnan in the South Junior A semi final last Saturday afternoon in Monroe. After being beaten at the semi final stage the previous 2 years our lads were hoping to go a step further this year. We were slow to get going in the first half but a goal from Robbie Meagher helped put us in the lead at half-time. In the second half we played much better and out played our opponents. Our second goal came from Paul Horan from the penalty spot and put us in control and we held out for a 2-11 to 1-6 win. We will now be playing either Ballingarry or Newcastle in our first appearance in the final since 2008 and will be hoping to win the South title we last won in 2005. The team on the night was : Richie Needham, Kieran Clancy, Colm Dunne, Neil Gleeson, Conor Barry, Cathal Mahoney, Paddy Moroney, Darren Meagher, Paul Horan, Conor Clancy, Robbie Meagher, Shane Gorey, John Moroney, Tony O Brien, Nicky Kearney Subs : Mark Slattery, Darren Boland, Aaron Cronin, Robbie McCormack, Ciarán Mockler, Brendan Gleeson, Conor Gorey, Conor Cuddihy.



Under 12



Well done to our under 12 hurlers who qualified for the Co. stages of the under 12 hurling with a victory over Carrick Swans by 7-3 to 0-2. However on Saturday last they were defeated by Seán Treacys in the Co. semi final by 2-3 to 1-2. The team was: Jack Cuddihy, Ryan Crannitch, Matthew McCormack, Luke Fox, Tom Hayden, Aidan Fitzgerald, Keith Morrissey, Thomas O’Brien, Jack Cleere, Cian Crannitch, Robert Barton, Cathal Foley, Denis Clancy, Angus McDonald, Jamie Brett, Evan White. Well done to all involved.



Our under 12 hurlers will be back in action in the South Championship on Monday next 25th August when they play Moyle Rovers in Monroe at 6.30.



On Monday 1st September they play Carrick Swans at 6.30 in Anner Park Cloneen and on Monday 8th September they play Clerihan at 6.30 in Clerihan



Under 14



On this Thursday 21st August our under 14 hurlers play Carrick Davins in the South Tipperary final at 6.30 in Kilsheelan. This follows a comprehensive victory over Cahir in the semi final played in Grangemockler on Thursday last. Having won the football final earlier this year the boys will be hoping to do the double. Best of luck!



Under 16



On Saturday last our under 16 hurlers (pictured above) travelled to Gortnahoe for the Annual Brendan Teehan Memorial Tournament. In the first game we played well but lost to Gortnahoe-Glengoole by 3-6 to 1-6. Moycarkey-Borris defeated Moyne-Templetuohy in the second semi final which left us playing Moyne-Templetuohy in the shield final where we managed a one point victory by 0-8 to 0-7. The team was: Michael Boland, Nathan Costin, Conor Duggan, Brian Anglim, Jack Ward, Jack Purcell, Jack Dolan, Barry O’Dwyer, Nial Keane, Jesse McCormack, Joey Noonan, Jamie Broderick, Shane Hannigan, Eoin O’ Donovan, Frank Meagher , Eoin Ryan, Harry Butler, Tim Daly, Nial Mockler, Robert Moffat. This was the first trophy collected by Anner Gaels in 2014 when captain Nial Keane stepped up to collect the shield. Well done lads!



 



All Ireland Final



Following Tipperary’s comprehensive victory over Cork on Sunday last there will be a big demand for All Ireland Final tickets. We advise all supporters to procure tickets from any source possible as St. Patricks GAA Club don’t expect to be able to satisfy all the demands from within the parish. First preference will of course go to club members.


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