St. Brigids Blackwater 0-14 v 1-07 Monageer/Boolavogue
Bitterly cold wind mixed with sleight and snow is what greeted our intermediate hurlers in the first round of the league. Even after all the rain, the pitch was in exceptional condition which made life somewhat easier for the teams.
Our lads settled in the quicker with Dean Whelan ...
The u14, u16 and minor hurlers received their medals last Saturday night in the parish hall. Darren Byrne and Bríd Gordon were on hand to present the medals with the U16s receiving tops and a copy of the match report aswell. It was a great night and it’s not too often you see so many medals handed out so well done to the lads.
Huge congratulations to the U9 hurlers who were one of the teams picked to represent Wexford to play in Croke Park in April. Exciting times ahead.
The Coiste na nOg are holding an awards night this Saturday night at 8:15 in the parish hall for the U14s, U16s and the minor hurlers. Everyone is invited to attend.
Our U17 hurlers will hurl in the premier championship this season (Premier B) and have been drawn to play Shelmaliers, HWH Bunclody and Davidstown Courtnacuddy together, and Rathgarogue Cushinstown and Taghmon Camross together. Its been a long time since we played premier so ist a great achivement for the boys.
In the football we have been ...
The U15s who last year (U14s) won the Division 1 Shield Title will play in Division 1A again this year. Their group will consist of the following teams
Oulart The Ballagh
Ferns St. Aidans
Well done to our U9 hurlers and Faythe Harriers who played 4 competitive games this morning when we hosted our 1st ever Indoor shed blitz.