Under 16 'B' County Final
Southern Gaels 3 - 11 Delvin 0 - 5
Southern Gaels capture the Under 16 title with a memorable performance in Lakepoint Park Mullingar last Sunday when they accounted for Delvin. The game was evenly balanced for much of the opening half and was 0-2 each after the first quarter. Gaels then pulled ahead with a series of points from Chulainn Dowd and Johnny Martin. A goal from Rory Kilgarriff just before half time put daylight between the sides with Gaels leading by 1-7 to 0-3 at half time. Gaels defended well in the next quarter with Ryan Fallon, Cian O'Sullibháin and Evan Farrell to the fore. Midway through the half a Sean Murphy goal gave the Athlone side a good measure of control and Dowd, Luke Whelan, and the energetic Tom Kelleher added points. Delvin were restricted to two points from frees in the half as Cian Geary and Cian Mc Carthy closed down Delvin's best efforts. Gaels finished the scoring with a excellent goal from Paul Hogan who joined the fray in the closing stages. Conn O'Hara's puck outs were a feature of the game and Alban Cepi turned in a fine hour at center-field.
Well done to the management team of Tom Murphy, Cormac O'Sullibháin, Martin Geary and Tony O'Keeffe who worked so hard with the group all year.
Team: Con O'Hara, Ryan Farrell, Cian O'Sullibháin, Cian Geary, Evan Farrell, Cian Mc Carthy, Alban Cepi, Sean Murphy (1-1), Tom Kelleher (0-1), Chulainn Dowd, (Captain) (0-8), Johnny Martin (0-2), Luke Whelan (0-1) and Rory Kilgarrff (1-0). Subs: Paul Hogan (1-0) for Whelan, Diarmuid Murtagh for O'Hara and Andrew Ruane for Kelleher. Also; Alex Deanaey, Paudi Ó Leochain, Michael Dolan, Dano Mc Monagle, Eoin Hardiman, Luke O'Connell and Calum Devanay.
Club Annual General Meeting.
The club AGM takes place this Friday Nov 15th in the Gael Scoil at 9.00. All are welcome as a very successful year is reviewed and planning is put in place for 2020. With title wins at Under 14 and 16 and also a number of tournament successes it has been an amazing year. However, the growing numbers playing and the upgrading of our ball wall facility have been the highlights of another remarkable year.
Under 6 and 8 training.
Training for these age groups takes place every Sunday in the Gael Scoil Astro Turf pitch from 3 - 4 p.m. Huge numbers are attending what is a real fun event with many getting into hurling at a young age.
Under 10 and 12 training.
Training for these age groups takes place in the Marist Gym, Retreat Road every Tuesday evening from 6.30 to 7.30. Again there are great numbers attending this Stay Hurling Stay Healthy programme.Tweet