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11th June

posted 11 Jun 2019, 11:44 by Newport Gaa

Seniors:  Hard luck to our senior hurlers who were beaten by Mullinahone in their county hurling league game last Sunday on a scoreline of Newport 2-16 Mullinahone 0-28. 

Juniors: Well done to our Junior hurlers who had a good win over Ballina in Lacken Park last Saturday evening in the first round of the Junior 'B' Hurling Championship on a scoreline of Newport 0-23 Ballina 0-12. Their next game in the competition is away to Toomevara this Saturday evening @ 7:00 PM.

Under 14’s: Our Under 14 'B' hurlers got off to a great start in their first group game of the North hurling championship last Tuesday evening with a good win over Shannon Rovers. They play Kilruane Mc Donaghs in Lacken Park this Thursday evening @ 7:00 PM in their second group game. The Under 14 Group 'C' team begin their championship with an away game v Borrisoleigh next Monday evening @ 7:30 PM.

The 14’s also took part in The Munster Féile day in Thurles last Saturday. They played two group games v Croom & Kileedy which they won on score lines of 4-6 to 1 point & 2-7 to 1-4 respectively. They qualified for the cup semi-final where they faced opposition from a very good Holycross / Ballycahill team who won on a score line of 2-9 to 5 points. It was a great day out and the lads really enjoyed their days hurling.

 

Under 12’s: Our Under 12 teams played the first round of the hurling championship last Tuesday evening with mixed results. The Group B Team put in a good performance before losing out to Kiladangan on a scoreline of 2-10 to 2-05. The Group C lost out to a very good Templederry team on a scoreline of 3-06 to 1-02. The Group D team recorded a great victory over Ballinahinch in a very exciting game on a scoreline of 2-03 to 0-3.  Our Under 12 Group C team are away to Lorrha this Friday evening @ 7:30 PM and our Group B team are away to the Silvermines next Tuesday evening @ 7:00 PM.

Under 11’s: Congrats to our U11 football team who won the inaugural John Kissane Memorial  Football Tournament in Nenagh on Saturday. The boys beat Nenagh in a thrilling final after coming from behind in the second half to win 6pts to 3 pts. A big thank you to Nenagh GAA and everyone else involved in organizing a great tournament.

 

Under 9’s: had three teams in Cloughjordan on Saturday morning for a hurling blitz hosted by Kilruane MacDonaghs. All of the players enjoyed their morning's hurling. Thanks to Kilruane MacDonaghs  for their hospitality and inviting us for a great morning's hurling.

Tipperary: Hard luck to Jack Delahunty & the Tipp footballers who lost out to Down in Round 1 of the All Ireland Senior Football Qualifiers in Newry last Sunday. The best of luck to Sean O’Brien & the Tipp hurlers in their final group game in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship v Limerick next Sunday.

Cúl Camp: will take place in Newport this year from August 12th to 16th inclusive. Online Registration is now open on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

Sympathies: Tulach Sheasta GAA Club extends its sincerest sympathy to the family of the late John Ryan (Cregaun) of Madaboy, Murroe and formerly of Ashroe, Newport. John was a very prominent under-age player with Newport, winning a North Under 12 'B' Hurling title in 1978 and a county Under 16 'A' Football crown in 1982, before moving to Murroe.

The 'Cregauns' had a rich hurling history in both Tipperary and Limerick. John's father, Pat, and his uncle Mick helped bring the first championship to Newport (Junior Hurling 1924) and they went on to win a North Tipp Senior Hurling title in 1932. Mick also won a Junior All Ireland with Tipperary in 1926 and lined out with the county in a number of league games. Having transferred to Murroe they soon rose to prominence with Limerick, Mick winning two All Ireland senior titles and three National Leagues, while Pat collected two League medals. 

Go ndéana Dia trócaire ar anam uasal John Ryan.

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