Our junior hurlers got their 2019 city championship campaign off to a flying start with a 3-22 to 2-8 victory over Na Piarsaigh in Rathbane. This was a game that our lads led from start to finish and is an ideal start to the championship ahead of the next round against Ballybrown in two weeks time. In the meantime, they are down to play Askeaton in the all county league Bank Holiday Monday 3rd June at 7.30pm in Crecora. Team: Steven Keating; Pádraig Byrnes, Niall Moloney, Dónal Murray; Cian Leahy, Steve Donohue, Conor Burke; Michael Bateman, Darach Skelly; Ian Donohue, Tomás Connolly, James Conheady; Shane O’Connell, Mike McCormack, Conor Kirby. Micheál O’Neill, Ciarán Humphreys, Karl Moloney, Tim Moloney, Evan Moloney, Seán Keyes, Joe Burke, Brendan Power.

The junior footballers are down to play Pallasgreen in round 4 of the all county league this Friday 31st May at 7.30pm in Pallasgreen, All support welcome.

Our under 14 footballers played out an entertaining draw with Cappamore in the latest round of division 2A. Final score Kilpeacon 3-10 Cappamore 4-7. This leaves Kilpeacon with a win, a draw and a defeat from their opening three games. Their next game is Monday 27th May away to Claughaun with a 7pm throw in.

UNDER 12: Our under 12 hurlers lost out narrowly to Claughaun by 2 points in a tight-fought match in the latest round of the under 12 hurling league.

TESCO COMMUNITY FUND: Crecora Manister GAA Club have been selected as a beneficiary for the Tesco Community Fund in the Tesco store in the Crescent Shopping Centre, Dooradoyle. For May and June when shopping in Tesco Dooradoyle please put the blue token into the Crecora Manister GAA tube. At the end of the eight weeks, the tokens will be weighted per each of the three causes and the €1,000 will be divided up accordingly. Please support.

KELLOGG’S CÚL CAMP: Registration forms for this year’s Kellogg’s Cúl Camp which will take place from 1st to the 4th July and the registration form can be downloaded from the club’s website.

Best wishes to Cathal O’Neill, Rory Hannon and the rest of the Limerick minor hurling team as they face Waterford next Sunday at 12noon in Walsh Park in round 2 of the Munster championship