National Hurling Féile
Saturday saw our U15’s travel to UCD to play in the Division 1 National Féile. They beat Lucan Sarsfields and Athenry to secure their Championship Semi-Final spot against Kilmacud Crokes. Against a very tough battle against Kilmacud, we came away with the win and set up a Final against Dúrlas Óg. We headed to Abbotstown. Dúrlas Óg came out with the winning result but our lads put in a serious effort. We are so proud of the lads; it is such an achievement to reach National Féile and then to get to the Final of National Final. Huge well done to the lads, their coaches and their parents. Thanks to everyone who travelled up to support the lads and to everyone who sent them well wishes over the last week and over the weekend.
Tom Blake Memorial Tournament
After two years break due to Covid our U12’s played St Patricks in the Tom Blake Memorial Tournament on Sunday. A great game between the two sides, that saw us come away with the win. Tom Blake presented the cup to our captain Joe Hartigan and Jack Hickey was named man of the match. Well done to both teams on a very skilful game.
U19 Football Championship
Round 1 Ahane v Knockaderry took place in Mackey Park on Friday evening in wet conditions, it was a game where nine goals were scored, with Ahane scoring more and winning the game. Full time Ahane 6-06 Knockaderry 3-07.
Mackey Cup & Sarsfield Cup Medals
Ten Ahane players representing three local schools, received their Mackey Cup and Sarsfield Cup medals in Caherconlish on Monday 20th June. We are very proud of the ten lads!
Junior A Hurling County League Final: Ahane v Garryspillane in Mick Neville, @7:30pm on Monday.
Junior A Football Championship: Ahane v Adare in Mungret @7:30pm Saturday 2nd July
U17 Football: Ahane v Crecora Manister in Mackey Park @7pm on Thursday 30th June
U19 Hurling: Ahane v South Liberties in Dooley Park @ on Tuesday 28th June time tbc.