Cois Bhride notes Week commencing 16th August 2015

posted 26 Aug 2015, 04:07 by Sinead Lenehan

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Minor Hurling, Cois Bhride 4-14, St. Carthages 0-10.

Cois Bhride minor hurlers made it three wins from three (plus a walkover from Cappoquin) last Tuesday in Tallow with a competent win over St. Carthages. We were unusually sluggish in the first half, but two goals from Kelvyn O' Farrell helped us to a five point halftime lead. After a few choice words at the break we were much more focused in the second half, and two goals from the impressive Ryan Grey plus points from Jake Neville, Edward Hynes, Dylan Mangan and Kelvyn, with the concession of just a single point saw us run out convincing winners. We have a top of the table clash away to Ballygunner this Tuesday night, this will be our toughest test so far. Panel; David Tobin, Robbie Geary, Jake Beecher, Darragh Mulcahy, Cathal Geary, Jordan Henley, Ian Beecher, J.P.Lucey, Jake Neville, Dylan Mangan, Kelvyn O' Farrell, Edward Hynes, Shane Ryan, Ryan Grey, Darragh Buckley, Edward O' Neill, Billy Hynes, Alan Buckley, Tom Roche.


Under 14 Hurling Div. 2

We played An Ghaelteacht last Monday evening in Tallow.  This was an exciting game between two evenly matched teams, with some great hurling been played by both sides. The game ended level at full time on the score line of Cois Bhride 0-15 An Ghaelteacht 3-06.  Well done to all lads.  We have two games this week which will finish the league section of this championship and depending on our final league position we will then know who we have to play in the Knockout round.

This week’s fixtures:

Wednesday 19th Aug; Under 14 Hurling Div 2 Away v The Brickies @ 7 pm, Thursday 20th Aug: Under 12 Football Div 2 Home v Ballyduff @ 6.30 pm, Friday 21st
Aug: Under 14 Hurling Div 2 Home v Clonea @ 7 pm, Monday 24th Aug: Under 13 Hurling Div 2 Home v Kilrossanty @ 7 pm, Under 10 Hurling Div 2 Home v An Ghaelteacht @ 6.30 pm.

GAA Cúl Camp

We had a very successful camp this year in Knockanore with over 80 children in attendance & the weather was really on our side which made the week even more enjoyable for everyone. We would like to extend our thanks to Shamrocks GAA for the use of the field and facilities and to co-ordinator Lisa Henley for all her help during the summer in organising the Cúl Camp. Thanks also to the trainers/helpers for the huge effort and commitment they put in to the week; I am sure all our young starts of the future learnt plenty! And a special thank you to De La Salle hurler, Jake Dillon, for his visit on Thursday.