Weekly club news

November 8, 2018


Under-21A: Our under-21A hurlers got their championship campaign off to a winning start on Monday afternoon last in Cloughjordan with a three-point win over Kildangan. A second half goal by Gary Howard proved the difference at the final whistle – the final score read 1-14 to 0-14 in our favour. For a full report on this encounter please click here. In the quarter-finals Éire Óg face Roscrea, Kildangan take on Toomevara, Lorrha-Dorrha clash with Burgess and Kilruane MacDonagh’s, the defending champions, face Borris-Ileigh. So far Burgess have beaten Borris-Ileigh, Kilruane MacDonagh’s have got the better of Roscrea and Toomevara have beaten Lorrha-Dorrha.


Junior B: Our junior B team made history last Sunday in the Ragg when we won our very first adult Camogie title defeating Knockavilla Kickhams by four points in the final. It is hard to believe that the Camogie club was only founded twelve years ago and that this title has come so quickly. We wish to thank the management and players for all their hard work this year as we captured the league and championship double. In particular congratulations to Mary Dillon, Danielle Harrington and Ali Darcy who won their very first county championship medals. For a full match report from Sunday’s final please click here while you can also access a video of the cup presentation ceremony here.

Under-12: Our under-12s are due to play in the league semi-final this weekend against Clonoulty. Details of this fixture have yet to be confirmed.

Under-14: We are due to play Silvermines at 12 noon on Sunday in the Ragg in the league semi0final.

Minor: Our minors are due to play Moneygall this weekend in the county championship semi-final in The Ragg on Sunday at 3pm.


The September edition of the club newsletter is now available and features interviews with Jimmy Morris, Ciara McGrath and Phil Hennessy – click here. We are always looking for photographs, news and articles for our newsletter. If you feel you have anything to contribute please email