Clean Sweep by Currow U-12s
Currow U-12 team played their last game of the County League on Sunday 24th June away to Ballyheigue.
By Con Enright, PRO
Currow proved to be too strong for the home side and were worthy winners on a scoreline of Ballyheigue 1-07 to Currow’s 5-17.
This win ensured our team has now won the Division 8 County League with five wins from five games.
Well done to the team and mentors, Tim Healy and Pat Brosnan on a great achievement and a big thanks to all parents and supporters who travelled to Ballyheigue to see the team play.
Winning Start for U-16s
On Wednesday 20th June our U-16 team began their County League campaign against Kilcummin in Currow. In a good sporting contest Currow emerged the winner on a final score of Currow 2-23 to Kilcummin’s 1-08. Next game in this competition for our team will take place on Friday 29th June, away to Churchill which will be played in their new pitch, with throw in at 7pm.
U-14s in Close Encounter with Spa
On Monday last 25th June Currow U-14 team travelled to Spa, Killarney to play the home side in the first round of the East Kerry League.
In a very close game that could have gone either way, Spa just edged it winning on a full time score of Spa Killarney 5-09 to Currow’s 3-12.
Next game will take place on Monday 2nd July away to Kilgarvan-Tousist at 7pm in the East Kerry League.
U-11 Play in Dylan Crowley Memorial
On Saturday next 30th June our U-11 team will participate in the Dylan Crowley Memorial Tournament in Gneeveguilla.
They will play against Scartaglen, Gneeveguilla and Dromtarriffe with games starting at 10:30am.
U-10 Go Games Blitz
The final round of the District U-10 Go Games Blitz will take place on Wednesday 4th July from 7-9pm in Scartaglen GAA Club grounds.
U-6, U-8, U-10s: Training continues this coming Saturday 30th June at 10am.
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