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South Tipperary Coiste Na nOg Notes – September 15th 2014

U14 Hurling

The Divisions U14 Hurling finals were played in the various grades in the division over the last couple of weeks.

In the U14C Hurling Final , St Patrick’s defeated Carrick Davins in the South Final, and went on to contest the County Final, in which they were narrowly beaten by Moycarkey Borris

In the U14B Hurling Final, Clonmel Og defeated CJ Kickhams Mullinahone in the South Final, thus completing the U14 B South double. Having defeated Lattin Cullen in the County semi final , they will be hoping to compete a County double when they take on Moyne Templetuohy in Cashel on Saturday Sept 20th.

In the U14A Hurling Final, the first game between Cahir and Moyle Rovers finished in a draw. With extra time being played, a injury to a player forced the game to be abandoned. The Re fixture took place a week later, with Cahir taking home the honours in a tight and exciting game. In the Co semi final Cahir went under to Cappawhite.

U16 Hurling

In the U16B hurling semi finals played over the week end, Carrick Swan were victorious over Ballybacon Grange , while in the second semi final Ballyneale Grangemockler upset the chances of a carrick derby in the final by beating Carrick Davins The South U16 B Hurling Final will take place on Sunday Sept 21st at 11.30 in Kilsheelan.

In the first of the U16 A Semi Finals played last Saturday in Monroe , Killenaule defeated near neighbours Ballingarry. The second semi final will take place in Davin Park Carrick on Wednesday Sept 17th at 6pm, between St Marys Clonmel and Cj Kickhams Mullinahone. The South U16A Hurling Final is down for decision on Sunday September 21st at 1pm in Kilsheelan.

Cul Camps

On behalf of all the Clubs in the division , thanks to all the Kids who took part in the Kelloggs Cup Camps at Various venues. Thanks to all the coaches, the County players who appeared at camps and GDA Paudie Malone. Roll on 2015.

The Various U12 hurling championships will be reaching semi finals in the coming weeks, while at U14 hurling level, the new Michael o Dwyer perpetual Cup will be played out to a conclusion. This competition see’s combo teams from the B and C grades take on A sides.

Victor Direen ( South Tipperary Bord Na nOg PRO