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15th September

posted 15 Sep 2014, 12:22 by Newport Gaa

Juvenile News
Newport U8’s played a very competitive hurling match against Murroe last Tuesday evening In Murroe. 
The games were very entertaining and well done to all players who took part.
Our U10’s qualified for the Shield Hurling Final last Sunday where despite putting in a great performance lost narrowly to Scariff. 
Again well done to all players and coaches for their efforts on the day and throughout the year.
Our U13 team played a combination of Moneygall and Templederry in the 1st round of the Plate competition in Templederry last Friday evening where they were narrowly beaten.
Newport U14’s will be in action on Wednesday next in Lacken Park, Newport where they will take on Ballina in the James O’Rourke tournament, best of luck to the team in the competition.
Well done to our players who took part in the County Finals of the skills competition from the Cul Camp in Dr Morris Park, Thurles on Sunday last.
Newport Juvenile GAA Club would like to thank everyone for their support in our recent fundraising Duck Race which took place at the bridge in Newport on Friday 5th of September.
  Congrats to all the winners especially Sean Malone of Rearcross who won the top prize of 2 All Ireland tickets.

Camogie
Newport Ballinahinch Camogie Club would like to thank everyone who supported us in our recent draw for two All Ireland Tickets. Special thanks to all the businesses in Killoscully and Newport who assisted us in selling the lines. The winning line was bought in Sweeneys Shop, and the winner was Martin Guilfoyle

Minor Hurling.
Our minors had a great win on Wed last in the county semi final against Clonoulty in Kilcommon. The team again produced a great battling performance and none more so than captain Conor Floyd who finished with a personal score of 1-7 and a sore finger.
The next step is a county final hopefully on Sunday in Semple Stadium against Moyle Rovers. Well done to all involved.


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