Club Notes 4/11/19

Under 21 Hurling Our U21 Hurlers were in first round action last Monday when they took on Ballybacon/Newcastle in Monroe. With a young team out on the field we fought well but came up short in the end on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-7. The team on the day was: Conor Duggan, Sean Ryan, Barry O Dwyer, Pauric O Brien, Michael Boland, Eoin Ryan, Harry Butler, Cathal O Mahoney, Conor Harrington, Stephen Crotty, Ross McCormack, James Fitzgerald, Matt McCormack, Jamie Broderick, Tommy O Brien, Mikey O Brien, Ben Hennessy.

Under 21 Hurling Fixtures Sunday November 17 in Newcastle at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Cahir Sunday November 24 in Cahir at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Skeheenarinky

London Senior Hurling Championship Hard luck to Paul Horan who was a member of the St Gabriel’s team who were beaten by a point after extra time in the London Senior Hurling Final.

Under 8 Football Tournament
On Monday week last October 28 four teams played for the Tom Keane Cup in Anner Park Cloneen.
In the semi finals St. Patricks defeated Mullinahone and Fethard defeated Grangemockler. The Shield final was then played with Mullinahone defeating Grangemockler. Mullinahone captain Dylan Quirke was presented with the Paddy Gleeson Shield by Jimmy Gleeson a brother of the late Paddy RIP. Jimmy is a former secretary and treasurer of St. Patricks club and Paddy was a St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster footballer.
Fethard and St. Patricks contested the final for the Tom Keane cup and St. Paticks were victorious and captain Billy Purcell was presented with the Tom Keane Cup by Chas Keane a son of the late Tom who was a former St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster Footballer who won a Railway Cup Interprovincial football medal with Munster in 1949 when Munster defeated Connacht in the semi final and Leinster in the final replay.
Othe members of the victorious St. Patricks team were Mason Moynihan, Mark Carroll, Jack Ryan, Robbie O’ Brien, Rory O’Brien, Mikey O’ Brien, Paddy O’Brien, Michael Kenny-Casey, Rhys Davies, Joshua Lawrence, Eoin Keating, Evan Lawless, Liam O’Halloran, Ryan O’Neill, Daniel Lee, Jack Slattery. Bobby Clancy was unable to play on the day but is a regular member of this team. The selctors for the St. Patricks team were: Edward O’Brien, Mike O’Brien and John O’Brien who are all first cousins.
We thank the Keane and Gleeson families for their generosity. The games were refereed by prominent referee Philly Keane a former St. Patricks player and nephew of the late Tom Keane.

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