Currow Coiste Na nOg News Round-Up

The Currow U-12 team who recently won the U-12 County League Phase One against Glenbeigh/Glencar. Sitting down: Aaron and Kevin Brosnan. Front row: Josh Ryan, Darragh O’Sullivan, Rory O’Connor, Conor Clifford, Ben Brosnan, Sean O’Sullivan, Sean Horan and Steven McCarthy. Back row: Daniel McCarthy, Eric Jensen, Sean Hourigan, Josh Daly, Rurari Brosnan, Joe Moriarty, Frank Wharton, David Healy and Anthony Galvin.
The Currow U-8s who participated in the Currow GAA Easter Camp recently held in Currow GAA Club grounds. Front row: Kayden Hourigan, Rose O’Sullivan, Eibhlín McCarthy, Fionnan McCarthy, Darragh Coffey, Bella Clifford, Blaithin Doolan-Browne, Sinead Doolan-Browne, Dylan Reidy and Shanna O’Sullivan. Back row: Gearóid Fleming, Adrian Wharton, James O’Donoghue, Cathal O’Connor, Cillian Doody, Jarlath Doolan-Browne, Aaron Brosnan and Megan Brosnan.

U-16s Await Firies in East Kerry League

On Monday 6th May our U-16 team travelled to Kilcummin to play the home side in the East Kerry League.

By PRO Con Enright

On the night the home side proved to be too strong for Currow and went on to win on a scoreline of Kilcummin 4-19 to Currows 4-9.

Next game for our team is the East Kerry League final on Monday 13th May against Firies at 7pm with a venue to be confirmed.

Busy Time for U-14s

U-14: Currow U-14 team recently played two County League games in the past week, the results were as follows: Beale 3-7 to Currow 3-8 and Skellig Rangers 1-10 to Currow 1-10.

Following these results the team will now play Finuge at home this Wednesday 8th May at 7pm in the County League Semi Final.

U-12s Win County League Phase One

U-12: Well done to our U-12 team and their mentors, Tim Healy and Pat Brosnan who won the County League Phase One on Sunday 5th May against Glenbeigh/Glencar. Final score was Currow 5-21 to Glenbeigh/Glencar’s 1-8.

Juvenile Training Off on Saturday

U6,U8,U10s: There will be no training this Saturday 11th May due to the First Holy Communion taking place in Currow.

Training will resume again on Saturday 18th May.

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