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Under 21B Football

Senior Hurling

Juvenile U10 Trip

Monthly Meeting



Under 21B Football

Our under 21 footballers continued their preparations for the championship with a game against Rockwell played in Mullinahone last Sunday. This was their fourth game in the county senior football league. The team is showing great improvement as they progress and the match practice is starting to show.

This was a close contest throughout with Rockwell’s ability to kick points from distance the difference between the teams in the end. Enda McEnery is the captain for the coming year and is certainly leading by example both on the pitch and in training.

Final score, Rockwell Rovers 1 – 11, Mullinahone 1 – 7.

Senior Hurling

Our senior hurlers will start their county league campaign next weekend. See local papers for fixture. Training for all adult players continues on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturday nights.

Membership for all players is now due and should be paid to Tommy O Sullivan.

Juvenile U10 Trip

Manager Declan Mac along with his selectors Pat Fitzgerald, Sean O Reilly and Neil Thompson are bringing their U10 team to play Casltebar in Galway next Sunday. The team and mentors will travel by bus with the game times to start at 11.00.

Following the match the team will go on to see the Tipperary v Galway game. Training for all 8-10 year olds is underway and details can be got from any of the team mentors. Training for 6-8 year olds will start shortly under Paul White and Liam O Brien.

Monthly Meeting

Our monthly meeting will take place next Friday night at 9.00pm. All officers and committee members are asked to attend. For any information on our club or use of our facilities contact Jackie Bolder on 086 8341843.


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