Carrickshock Bord na n-Óg 20 Iúil 2015

Minor & Under 16 Hurling

Shocks 3The minors and Under-16s got their league campaigns back on track with good wins last week. Under 16s made the long trip to Johnstown on Monday evening to face Fenians. Playing into the wind Carrickshock started strongly, but conceded a bad goal just before half-time. They led 1-5 to 1-2 at the break. In the 2nd half they really took over and ran out comfortable winners in the end by 1-8 to 1-3. The Minors took on Mullinavat in Hugginstown on Friday. After a disappointing start to the league, a win was badly needed. Things started evenly, but Kieran Conway’s booted goal helped Carrickshock to a 1-10 to 0-7 half-time lead. Carrickshock were having the better of the 2nd half too but a Mullinavat goal mid-way through brought them right back into. But Carrickshock lifted it again and Stefan Maher’s goal helped them to a 2-17 to 1-15 win. Next up for the minors is a league match vs Graignamanagh in Graig  on Wednesday 22nd at 7.30

Under 13s – Lisdowney 7s

Well done to our U13 7s team who competed in the Lisdowney 7s tournament last Saturday They won both of their matches against Castlecomer and Tullaroan to advance to the cup quarter-finals in 2 weeks time. Best of luck boys!

Panel: Shane Fennelly, Luke Hudson, Jack McGuirk, Eoin Crowley, Eoghan O’Neill, Ryan Grace, Padraig Lennon, Mason Byrnes, Patrick Hickey, James O’Shea.

Under 6s and Under 8s
It was great to see such a huge numbers in Hugginstown last Friday for the visit of Bennettsbridge Under 6 and Under 8 teams. With such wonderful talent and skill on display, the future of Carrickshock underage hurling is looking very bright!

Training continues as follows, coaches will confirm times and venues::

Under-6: Saturdays

Under-8 & 10: Saturdays

Under-12 & 14: Saturdays & Wednesdays


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