There was disappointment for the Junior footballers on Saturday afternoon when they bowed out of the championship for the year. With the sides level at half time, the lads had the wind in the second half and couldn't capitalise on the advantage with Starlights running out 8-5 winners.
St. Brigids Blackwater 3-14 v 1-12 Castle-Craan Gaels (Castletown-Liam Mellows-Craanford)
It was hard to believe what unfolded after the scoreline at half time with the lads trailing by 4 points but to go on into the second half and outscore the Gaels 3-04 to 0-03 points is a credit to the lads for the belief and the will to win in the ...
St. Brigids Blackwater 0-21 v 2-17 Adamstown
The old saying of goals win games was appropriate for the championship game in Oylegate on Sunday afternoon with the lads enjoying more possession throughout the match and also more shots on goal. The first goal couldn't have come at a worse time, with only 1:30 on the clock while the second ...
The club would like to send there condolences to the Byrne family on the sad loss of Aidan, a former player and great supporter of the GAA Club. He will be sorely missed. As a mark of respect the U21 Wexford District Final was postponed on Tuesday night. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis
Buffers Alley 1-08 v 4-17 St. Brigids Blackwater
For any victory, you need a good defensive foundation and that was the case for the boys on Monday evening last in Monamolin with Fhedlin Roche and Adam Murphy in inspired form. The local derby attracted a large crowd both local and from Blackwater. Even the scoreline suggests that it was ...
St. Brigids Blackwater 1-16 v 0-13 Rathgarogue/Cushinstown
A huge sense of relief at the final whistle as the lads finally got a championship win which felt like a long time coming. While the hurling wasn't pretty, it was a tough physical battle and all that mattered in the end was the final scoreline and to get 2 points on the board.
Blackwater 4-12 v 0-08 HWH Bunclody
The U14 conquers of Blackwater for the past two years couldn't find a way past a resolute Blackwater defence on Wednesday evening. The boys wearing the second set of jerseys of black, amber and green were 11 up at half time playing into a strong wind. Ben, Mossy, Aaron Culleton and a Topar free had ...