The underage AGM was held on Thursday night in the clubrooms and a new chairman was elected to the board. Joe Cullen stepped down as chairman, having been on the top table for the past 8 years with Neil Murphy, The village, taking over his role. Joe thanked the all the people who helped him throughout his years and the underage section has ...
Well done to the St. Peters Collage Junior team who won the Leinster Hurling Shield by defeating Kilkenny CBS in Poer Park. In an added bonus Ollie Murphy captained the team with Brian Og Curran playing at corner forward. There were also a number of Blackwater players amongst the substitutes.
Ollie Murphy accepting the Shield.
A big ...
Blackwater 3-08 v 3-10 St. Marys Rosslare
Unfortunately the U15 footballers fell at the final hurdle in what was a very brilliant performance against a very strong St. Marys team. The lads fell behind on a number of occasions but never gave up much like the semi final and nearly snuck it in the end.
We were 1-2 to no score down ...
Blackwater 3-08 to 3-07 Bannow Ballymitty
What a remarkable comeback by the U15 footballers who reached the Roinn 2 County Final. The boys were rocked by 2 goals early in the second half but Jamie Lambert tap in goal on the stroke of 30 minutes had the small Blackwater crowd jumping for joy.
Bannow started strong and had the ball in ...
Seán Ormonde discusses his involvement in the GAA as a football and hurling player, coach, and administrator. He outlines his playing career in St. Brigid's Blackwater GAA Club, Co. Wexford, and describes his highlight of winning the 1957 County Junior Hurling Championship with his club. He also discusses the mixed history of the club and ...
Want to purchase the clubs new ‘retro’ jersey? The club is now taking orders starting from kids size 5-6 up to adult sizes. Finally order will be sent by the 20th of October. Check out our club store for prices and sizes and contact Catherine to purchase.
St. Brigids Blackwater 3-15 to 0-16 Davidstown-Courtnacuddy
The U15s won finally defeated Davidstown to move into the quarter final stages under the lights of St. Patricks Park. Some last minute scores in the first game rescued the tie for our lads but there was no close call this time.
Pad O'Connor team manager welcomed back Rian ...