Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

The Currow U-14 team which defeated Gneeveguilla to win the East Kerry Championship title. Front: Padraig Brosnan. Middle row from left: Ollie Kelly, mascot; Freddie Galwey, Raymond O’Neill, Paddy Howard, Cathal Brosnan, Liam O’ Sullivan, John O’Connor and Rurari Brosnan. Back from left: Ian Somers and Daniel O’Shea, mentors; Eamonn O’Mahony, Daniel McCarthy, Cathal Sheehan, Lee Normoyle, Joseph Cronin, David Healy, Owen O’Connor, David McCarthy, Ben Conway and Jack Griffin, mentor.














U-14s Last Game of The Season

On Friday 12th October our U-14 team played their last game of the 2018 season against Gneeveguilla in the East Kerry Championship Division 5 final under lights in Spa.

By: Con Enright, PRO

In a good sporting contest which could have gone either way Currow emerged victorious on a scoreline of Currow 5-12 to Gneeveguilla 3-7.

The East Kerry Division 5 trophy was presented to Currow captain Liam O’Sullivan after the final whistle.

Well done to the team and their mentors of Daniel O’Shea, Ian Somers and Jack Griffin on a great win.

Currow U-12 team which won the East Kerry League recently by beating Scartaglen.
Front from left: Sean Brosnan, Frank Wharton, Joe Moriarty, David Healy, Conor Clifford, Josh Ryan, Rory O’Connor and Eric Jensen. Back Rfrom left: Dominic Peters, Owen O’Connor, Josh Daly, Mark O’Connor, David McCarthy, Anthony Galvin, Rurari Brosnan, Daniel McCarthy and Daniel Daly.













U-12s Get the Better of Scart

 Currow U-12 team played Scartaglen in the East Kerry League.

In a great game between two good teams Currow proved to have the upper hand on their opponents and won on a scoreline of Currow 4-9 to Scartaglen 0-9.

This result meant Currow have now won the East Kerry League which caps off a great season for the team after they won the County League and Castleisland District League C Final during the season.

Well done to the team and their coaches of Tim Healy and Pat Brosnan on having a great season.

Sympathies to the McGillicuddy Family

From all In the Currow Coiste Na nOg we extend our sympathies to Killarney Legion GAA Club on the passing of their U-16 player Niall McGillicuddy at such a young age.

May he Rest In Peace.

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