Carrickshock Bord na n-Óg 27 Aibreán 2015

Minor & Under 16 Hurling

The minors play the last round of the league before the break for exams this Wednesday 29th, with a trip to Ballyragget to take on St. Patricks. After a disappointing opening to the league, they’ll be hoping to get things back on track in this one.

Under 16 Hurling

A great victory.

After a number of false starts, the Under 16s finally got their league campaign started this evening, Monday 27th, in a bitterly cold Hugginstown. And they came away with a very encouraging win over neighbours Mullinavat. Despite playing into the wind, Mullinavat started strongly but couldn’t put the scores on the board. Then once the Carrickshock half-backs and midfield got to grips with their opponents, the Shocks started to dominate and went in at half time 1-3 to 0-1 ahead. With the wind behind them in the 2nd half Mullinavat still struggled to break down a resolute Carrickshock defence. They did eventually, and scored 3 points in quick succession to leave the scores 1-4 to 0-5 to set up a nervy finish for Carrickshock. But they held firm and knocked over the final score for a 1-5 to 0-5 win.
Team: Luke Hudson, Nathan Murphy, Sean Cassin, Brendan Fitzpatrick, Michael O’Connor, Michael Murphy, Jamie Barron, Christopher Grace, Jake O’Dwyer, Luke McNamara, Dan Blanchfield, John Cassin, Brandon Fitzpatrick, Barry Lennon, Dima

Under 14 Hurling

The Under 14s continue their league campaign when they take on Tullaroan in Hugginstown this Thursday 30th.

Schools Hurling

The schools hurling team continued their unbeaten run last Wednesday with a win in Slieverue. They take on Kilmacow next on this Wednesday 29th in Hugginstown.

Hurling Training

Training continues as follows:

Under-6s, 8s, 10s, 12s, 14s – Saturdays

Under-16s & Minors – Tuesdays & Thursdays.

Coaches will text exact time & venue.

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