Archive for July, 2013

News Digest

Posted in Football, Hurling on July 25, 2013 by Imreoir

Junior Football

Our junior footballers lost their 3rd game of the championship last Friday night when they lost to Carrick Davins by 3-10 to 1-05. They now must win their last two matches to have any chance of qualifying for the knockout stages. The team on the night was Richie Needham, Neil Gleeson, Colm Dunne, Ciarán Mockler, Eamon Needham, Paddy Moroney (captain), Aaron Cronin, Nicky Kearney, Robbie Meagher, Mark Slattery, Mark Mullally, John Moroney, Tommy Hayes, Robbie McCormack, Conor Cuddihy Subs James Buckley, Tony O’Brien, Kieran O’Brien.
Our junior hurlers had a good challenge game against Gortnahoe last evening with the game ending in a draw.

Juvenile news:

On Monday week last our under12 hurlers were defeated by Fethard in a game played in Fethard. The team was: Quinn Moran, Jack Meagher, Pat Griffin, Luke Butler, Keith Morrissey, Darra Hall, Angus McDonald, Pauric O’Brien, Matt McCormack, Eoin Fitzgerald, Denis Clancy, Tommy O’Brien and Fearghal Keane. Their next game will be against Skeheenarinka in Ballyporeen at 12.00 on Saturday 27th July.

Our under 14 hurlers continued their unbeaten run with a good win over Fethard on a scoreline of St. Pats 5-7 to Fethard 2-5. This follows a comprehensive win over Ballylooby last week on a scoreline of St. Pat’s 6-17 to Ballylooby 4-3. On Thursday next 25th July they travel to Ned Hall Park Clonmel for a 7.00 throw in against Clonmel Óg.

On Monday evening last our under 16 hurlers had a good win over neighbours Mullinahone played in Mullinahone. This follows winning the sheild final in a tournament played in Killenaule on Saturday. On previous Saturday Conor Clancy and Cathal Mahoney were members of the Co. Tipperary under 16 football team that defeated Cork and North Kerry in the Munster Tournament in Rathkeale. Unfortunately they were narrowly defeated by South Kerry in the final. Well done boys.

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U10s win South Blitz

Posted in Football on July 21, 2013 by Imreoir
U10 South B Champions 2013

U10 South B Champions 2013

Our U10 footballers produced a number of fine displays in the South Grade B Football blitz yesterday in a sun drenched Kilsheelin. The Drangan/Cloneen boys won it out by defeating the home team Kilsheelin in the final.

Seven teams were in attendance yesterday: St. Pats, Kilsheelin, Fethard, Ballingarry, Grangemockler, Killenaule, Mullinahone. The heat in Kilsheelin was very intense, averaging around 27C, so a blitz involving each team playing six games was a massive ask for all players.

St. Pats started out the day against Grangemockler. Pats had the better of it overall but failed to convert their chances, due to extremely small goals! So it ended up a draw in the end with Grangemockler kicking the leveling point in the final minutes.

Next up was Mullinahone; the Pats boys really stepped up the tempo here and produced a really good first half performance, attacking the ball at all times. Our lads really kicked on in the second half and secured a good victory; Pats 1-3, Mullinahone 0-2.

Ballingarry were our next opponents. This was a dogged affair and we eventually came to the fore with a two point victory. It finished St Pats 2-3, Ballingarry 2-1.

Then onto Killenaule. We were a point up early into the second half and Killenaule goaled which gave them momentuem. But the never say die effort for our lads paid off with us goaling in injury time and securing a one point victory. It finished Pats 1-3 Killenaule 1-2. At this stage we had three wins and a draw so we were going to be in the shake up.

Fethard gave a us a walkover in the next game. So that put us into the final with the home team Kilsheelin who were also undefeated at this stage.

In the final our lads started brightly with Brian O’Halloran goaling early. Momentum and confidence is key and we soon followed up with a second goal from Willie Cleere. We were on a role and Cathal Foley got our third green flag, followed up quickly by a Ryan Crannitch point. At he break we were 3-1 to 0-1 ahead. A dogged and totally committed second half from Pats secured a great victory, it ended up 3-2 to 0-2.

The young Drangan/Cloneen boys should a great attitude throughout, with a great willingness to work hard and this paid dividends. Well done to all the boys on a good day for our club. Thanks to all the parents and family members for their support and help on the day keeping the young players hydrated.

Squad: Cathal Foley, Aidan Fitzgerald, Cian Crannitch, Ryan Crannitch, Jamie Brett, Robert Cuddihy, Jack Cleere, Evan White, Bill Cuddihy, James Ryan, Brian O’Halloran, Danny Broderick, Aidan Moran, Daithi Hogan, Willie Cleere, Conor Brett, Robbie Noonan