Congratulations go to the management and entire group of players who were crowned Under 14 County Champions in the B grade on Sunday against a gallant Galtee Gaels side.
Played in breezy conditions on the Childers Road at Claughaun GAA Club it was our lads who made the early running. Two fine points inside the first few minutes from Mark Hogan and Eoin Brosnan settled us well and we were playing some great football. However the scoreboard was not reflecting our dominance which is always a dangerous situation and this scoreline remained the same going into the water break. The second part of the first half proved crucial and where we took a stranglehold on the game. First the very industrious Mark Hogan was on hand to raise our first green flag of the contest. This was swiftly followed by Jamie Quigley who slotted cooly home our second goal on the stroke of half time
Half time it was 2-2 to 0-1 in our favour.
We started the third quarter in similar fashion and by the water break we had added another two goals courtesy of two great strikes from Tadhg Mullane and Tommy Glynn to make it 4-2 to 0-1
The final few minutes we added two more points from Daragh Horkan and Tommy Glynn to seal an excellent victory on a final score line of Na Piarsaigh 4-4 Galtee Gaels 0-1
The full squad of players included Ben O Regan, Daragh Jordan, PJ Bailey, Louis Murphy, Thomas Fitzgerald, John O Keefe, Ronan Benson, Leon Power, Daragh Horkan, Mark Hogan, Tadhg Mullane, Bobby Amudson, Eoin Brosnan, Joseph Corcoran, Tommy Glynn, Lloyd Costelloe, Cillain Tobin, Adam Fitzimons, Pearse McCarthy, Jamie Quigley, Adam Hallihan, Sean Harrington, David O Keefe, Rhys Meehan. Management team of Joe Hogan, Shane Fitzgerald and Declan Benson
The weekly lotto jackpot is now at €2900.
Last weeks lucky dip winners were Michael Walsh, Niamh Hickey and Frank Kavanagh.
The sellers prize was won by Marina Delaney
Tickets can be dropped to the club for 7pm but no later than 7.50pm for an 8pm draw.
Our weekly FUNdamental movement classes continue each Wednesday evening from 6 to 7pm.
Classes are open for all 5 to 10 year olds.
Our annual memorial Tournament for the late David Bourke was held on Saturday afternoon where our visitors were Monaleen. A good afternoon of hurling in which a fine array of skills were on show.
We thank all those who organised and helped out on the day especially our minor hurlers who rallied to the cause to help out on the day.
All GAA games( competitions, blitzes or challenges) at every levelhave been cancelled with immediate effect. Training will continue under Level 2 guidelines. Parents who attend training must adhere to 2 meter social distancing and wear a face mask. Please do not congregate in the Car Park or field entrances.