St.Brigids Blackwater 1-10 v 0-14 HWH Bunclody/Davidstown-Courtnacuddy
The U17s were very unlucky in this premier hurling championship fifth round tie in a warm Blackwater pitch in front of a very large home crowd. Our lads were missing Patrick O'Connor and of course Jason Wallace who has been a long term injury. We played with the wind in ...
St. Brigids Blackwater 4-12 v 1-08 Rathgarogue/Cushinstown
The second hurling team enjoyed a strong victory over the New Ross district side to reach there second league final in a row. This game was pretty much over after 20 minutes with Lar Lacey rolling back the years to hit three goals in that spell. The lads started at a brilliant pace ...
Rathgarogue/Cushinstown 2-10 v 1-14 St. Brigids Blackwater
A pulsating finish to this minor premier hurling tie on a very sun kissed venue in Cushinstown with Tomas Murphy scoring a 35th minute point to win the game. The lads were also missing a number players through injury and holidays.
While the first half was a slow affair, our lads ...
Askamore 1-11 v 1-08 St. Brigids Blackwater
An away victory in Ballyroebuck saw the U15 hurlers qualify for a Roinn 1 quarter final with three games to space. This was always going to be a difficult assignment with a number of first team players away including the recently injured Jason Wallace. But in fairness to the lads they really ...
Castletown 2-04 v 3-08 St. Brigids Blackwater
The minor footballers left it late to defeat a dogged Castletown in the championship on Monday evening last. Castletown enjoyed a strong first 10 minutes but were guilty of hitting a number of wides. We started to grow into the game and Thomas Donovan finished well to the net after a scramble ...
Well done to the U8 hurling team who played on Wexford Quay on Saturday morning last.
Glynn/Barntown 4-04 v 3-13 Blackwater
Our lads were pushed all the way in this exciting championship match in a sunny Kilurin on Monday evening. Last years encounter resulted in a 1 point victory for our lads so the game was always going be tight with Glynn Barntown leading at one stage in the second half. The home side started the better ...