Our seniors lost out to Sarsfields in the County League on Saturday evening.They play Upperchurch in the next round this weekend ,time and venue to be confirmed.
We play Drom this Wednesday evening at 8pm in Littleton in the Cahill Cup..
Membership for 2019 season is now well overdue .It can be paid to Senior club Chairman Joe Moran or Juvenile club registrar Mary Shelly. The membership rates are as follows Juvenile 30,Minor 30 ,Adult player 50,Family (2 adults and 2 boys) 70 euros. Note each additional boy is 15.Non players/Mentors 40 euros.
Dates for your diary.
Our annual Under 14 Coner Kennedy tournament takes place this saturday 15th June while our Under 16 Harry Ryan tournament takes place on Saturday 29th June.
Congratulations to our under 10 hurlers on winning the Johnstown Turnament.
Our under 14 hurlers were in the regional feile in Dr Morris park on Saturday.They won their group against Ahane from Limerick and Broadford in Clare and defeated Kilcorkery from Limerick in the semi final.Unfortanetly they were defeated by neighbours Holycross in the Final.
Moycarkey Borris ladies Camogie and Football
Our under 12 girls defeated Galtee in the football championship in Bansha on Monday evening.
Pride of place this week goes to our under 14 camoige team who were crowned All Ireland Champions in the Feile Competition in Cork this weekend.They defeated Derry and Mallow on the Friday evening and topped their group after a win with their host club Inniscarra on the Saturday morning.On saturday afternoon they travelled to Douglas to take on Carrigtohill in the quarter final of the cup and after a tough first half the girls pulled away in the second half.
Sunday morning the girls headed back to Carrigtohill where they played Camross in the semi final.This match was hard fought and the girls held on to their two point lead.The final was at 3 against Mallow which ended up in what was a thriller taking extra time to seperate the girls.The girls game from behind to draw the game in another titanic battle.Extra time saw the girls trail again by 2 points with time up when the inspirational Kate Ralph fought and won the ball which she send towards goal and guided in by Sarah Corcoran .The scenes of joy and celebrations was over whelming as Kate Ralph and Alisha Kearney lifted the trophy on behalf of the team.