Weekly Notes 8th December 2021

Munster Club Football: The rollercoaster for our senior footballers ended in Cusack Park, Ennis, on Sunday last going under gallantly to the local club Eire Og 0-12 to 2-11 AET.
This was again a performance from the team that was their hallmark all year, coming from behind and possibly winning the game on the stroke of normal time. But two goals from Eire Og in extra time turned the hill to a mountain, but what an effort from all concerned. Well done to the team and management and the large turnout of parish support on the day.

Junior Hurling C: A great night was had in Puckane on Friday night when our team faced Kiladangan in an exhibition final with proceeds going to Hospice.
This was a close contest that went to extra time and ended again in a 2-17 to Kildangan’s 0-13. Congratulations to all.

Munster Club Hurling: Despite last Sunday’s defeat for our footballers it’s Munster club action again this time for our hurlers as they travel to Dungarvan’s Fraher field to face Ballygunner in the semi final with a 3.15pm throw in. Once again a big task is in store against eight time on the trot Waterford champions. Once again your support is requested.

Speedy Recovery: On behalf of the club we wish a speedy recovery to former player and team trainer Jack Walsh who is presently recovering from an operation.

Congratulations to our girls and Drom/Inch camogie team on their recent Munster final victory.

Training Fund: Our training fund remains open to contributions to any club member or Bank Account IE80 BOFI 9044 5629 1729 81.

Sympathy: Our deepest sympathy to the Hennessy family, Whitefiels on the passing of Ray Meagher recently.
Also the Leahy family, Templetuohy, on the sudden passing of PJ who refereed our games for many years. May the Rest in Peace.

Photographic Book: A small number of last year’s publication of our photographic history book are available. These we are sure would be an ideal Christmas gift. Contact Eugene Stapleton on 086/7833710 .