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Club Notes 24th June

posted 15 Jul 2018, 10:21 by Juarez South

MOYCARKEY BORRIS GAA CLUB NOTES 24/06/18

Senior Club Fixtures

The Cahill cup final was played Wednesday evening in Holycross against Loughmore. Moycarkey played very well on the night and were unlucky not to win in full time.It took extra time to separate the teams with a John McGrath goal proving vital for Loughmore. Moycarkey can take a lot of positives from their performance on the night.

Our Minor B team play Thurles Sarsfields and our minor A team play Holycross in the first round of championship hurling this week.

Juvenile fixtures

Our under 16 annual Harry Ryan Tournament will take place in Littleton on Saturday 7th July with the first match starting at 2pm.

Our 14s are at home to Loughmore  this Thursday evening in Littleton at 7pm. Our under  12A team are away to Brackens this week also.

 

Advertising Signage

Calling all  local businesses. Advertising signage  now available at Moycarkey Borris GAA Club in 5 year and 10 year options. Single sided or double sided advertising available. Call  088 2317363 to find out more

 

Moycarkey Borris Ladies Football and Camoige Club.

 Congratulations to our U12 girls who are U12 A Ladies Football Co Champions. They had a fantastic victory over a very strong Galtee Rovers team in Cahir on Sun on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-6. Well done to everyone involved and thanks to all the supporters who travelled

Our Under 14s ladies football team headed to Navan last weekend to compete in the  Feile Peil na nOg in Navan and what a weekend they had. In total they played and won 5 matchs over the two days .On Friday evening the girls played Old Castle and Middlestown Armagh.On Saturday morning the girls played their host club St Ultans which set them up in a quarter final  against Fossa Kilarney which they won by 2 points.They played RGU Downpatrick in the semi final on Sunday morning and won well which led to an All Ireland final on Sunday eve against Miltownpass in Mayobridge.Things didn’t go their way in the final but the girls played excellent football and battled until the end in the intense heat.The girls had a remarkable weekend which wouldn’t have being possible without their mentors and famalies who made the long journey to support the girls.A special home coming greeted the girls on their return.Congratulations to everyone and thanks to all the host famalies in Navan who looked after all the girls.

Tipperary County Minors

Congratulations to Max Hackett, Jack Morrissey  Kevin Hayes and Darren Flood on their fantastic performance against Limerick in the Munster Final .It is a great occasion for the boys and their famalies 
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