Loss in junior opener

November 8, 2018

Lotto Results

Jackpot            – €10,600         –           9, 15, 16, 18 no winner

Bonus Draw    – €200                         1, 6, 8, 24 no winner



Lucky Dip


€50 Pat Clifford, Foilduff.

€50 Donal Quigley, Kilcommon.


€25 Gerry Quigley, Barnadomeeny.

€25 Joe Brennan, Upperchurch.

€25 John Keyes, Kilcommon.

€25 Mary Healy, Knockane, Newport.

€25 Breda Ryan, Moakland, Upperchurch.



Our second team travelled to Dundrum on Saturday evening last to play Golden/Kilfeacle in the first round of the West Junior B hurling championship. Sean Treacys lost the toss and ended up playing against a strong breeze in the first half however they managed to contribute more scores in this period than the second. Treacys had goalkeeper Seamus Butler to thank for two fines in first half after some good work by the Golden full forward. Points from Joe Carey, Pat Hickey, a Paudie Carr free and a John Butler point were the only scores Treacys could manage in the opening half in comparison to Golden’s ten points. Treacys were also dealt a major blow in the first half after full forward John Butler was forced off with injury being replaced by Player/Manager, Willie Ryan. Even with the advantage of the wind in the second half, our side found it difficult to break down a solid Golden defence and only registered a single point courtesy of Willie Ryan. Golden managed to sneak a goal fifteen minutes from time and Treacys full back Tom Keane saw red for a minor foul on a Golden player.


The final score finished Sean Treacys 0-5 Golden 1-13.


Sean Treacys team/scorers was as follows: Seamus Butler Seamus Costello Tom Keane Colm Nolan Donncha O Brien TJ Quigley Paul Hogan Andy Ryan Pat Hickey(0-1) Paudie Carr (0-1f) John Berkery Joe Carey (0-1) Shane Fahey John Butler (0-1) Sean O Dwyer. Subs: Willie Ryan (0-1) for John Butler, Mike Hanly for Colm Nolan, Ger Gilmartin for Sean O Dwyer, Mikey Carey for Shane Fahey, Willie Horrigan for John Berkery.



Now due to registrar Ger O Toole.Anyone who hasnt paid please do so asap.Membership can be brought to both hurling and football sessions.


Congratulations to the Tipperary minor hurling team and management on their comprehensive defeat of Cork in the Munster championship semi-final playoff at Semple Stadium on Sunday. Tipp’s next game will be the Munster semi-final against Clare at Semple Stadium on Friday, June 24 next. 
Munster Council has announced that, for the fifth year in a row, there will be no increase in ticket prices for senior championship games this year. A range of attractive discount and group ticket packages will be announced in the next week. These will include special discounts for groups of tickets purchased through clubs. 


Congratulations to Andy O Brien of gurth who was a member of the St Fintan’s CBS Doon u16 A hurling panel who had a good win over Castletroy College in the final of the Limerick Post Primary Schools.They won on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-4.