Ahane GAA Club Notes:
Golf Classic:
Ahane GAA Golf Classic 2023 Prize Winners
Huge well done to all our winners and all our teams who took part over the two days! There was some great (and some questionable) golf played! Your support is so greatly appreciated!
Prize winners:
1st: Elaine Noonan, Aoife Molloy & Trish Shine
2nd: Sean Scanlon, Ger Hegarty, Damien Quigley
3rd: Paul Kennedy, Paul Cullen & Diarmuid Kennedy
4th: Louie Quirke, Conor Quirke & John Doyle
5th: Gavin Rowsome, Evan O’Leary & Paddy Hussey
6th: Sean Carey, Ciaran Carey & Chris O’Grady
7th: Pat Coakley, Padraig Clarke & Con McCarthy
8th: Denis, Cian & William O’Leary
Ladies Nearest the Pin: Aoife Molloy
Mens Nearest the Pin: John Meskell Snr
Ladies Longest Drive: Nessa Fahey O’Donnell
Mens Longest Drive: Conor Myers.
Huge thank you to all out sponsors of our Golf Classic, your support is so greatly appreciated and without it our Golf Classic wouldn’t be such a success! Massive thanks to our hard-working golf committee who put in all the hard work in the weeks running up to our Classic to ensure that it all runs without a hitch. Special mention to Colm Barry who leads the charge and ensures that everything gets done and gets done right!

Bord na nOg:
Ahane u14s played their Division 1 league semi final v Monaleen on Wednesday evening in Mick Neville Park, Rathkeale. This was a tight game and went to extra time. Ahane showed great composure to take the win and spirits were good going into the final v Glenquin Gaels. The team competed hard for every ball and never gave up. Some great goals but Glenquin Gaels had the edge and came out on top.

Congratulations to a strong Glenquin Gaels side. Thanks to all the coaches, mentors and volunteers who helped out this evening. Thanks also to all parents and family members who came out to support the boys. The team did the club proud, well done to them all

24 boys represented Ahane in beautiful sunshine on Thursday with very competitive games against Bruff, Murroe-Boher & our super hosts Monaleen. Well done to all the u8 players & thanks to all the parents for bringing them. Keep up the practice – the skills are coming on

U11 Hurling:
Well done to our u11 hurlers who played away to Ballybrown in warm conditions on Tuesday evening. We fielded two teams who each played two matches. Both sides showed great skill in what were competitive games. Thanks to Ballybrown for having us and thanks to our coaches and the parents who travelled. Well done to all the players!