Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

The victorious Currow U-14 team which won the East Kerry League on Monday 5th August against Fossa in Fitzgerald Stadium Front from left: Anthony Galvin, Josh Ryan, Conor Clifford, Eric Jensen, Rory O’Connor, David Healy, Cathal Sheehan, captain; Daniel McCarthy and Luke Toomy. Back from left: Pat Brosnan, mentor; Sean Hourigan, Sean Brosnan, David McCarthy, Marc O’Connor, Rurari Brosnan, Tim Healy, mentor; Frank Wharton, Joe Moriarty, Owen O’Connor, Lee Normoyle, Eamon O’Mahony and Con Enright, mentor.
Currow U-14 captain Cathal Sheehan receiving the East Kerry shield from East Kerry Coiste Na nOg Chairman Sean O’Keeffe after Monday’s game.

U-14s Victouious in League Final

On Bank Holiday Monday 5th August Currow U-14 team faced Fossa in the East Kerry League final played in Fitzgerald Stadium.

By: Con Enright, PRO

In what was a great game of football Currow emerged victorious at the final winning the game on a score line of Currow 5-10 to Fossa 4-6.

Currow  captain Cathal Sheehan accepted the shield from East Kerry Coiste Na nOg Chairman Sean O’Keeffe.

Well done to the team and their coaches Tim Healy, Pat Brosnan and Con Enright on a great win.

U-16s on Break

On Wednesday 7th August our U-16 team played Kerins O Rahillys in the County League Semi Final.

In a very good sporting contest Rahillys proved to have the upper hand on our team and went on to win the game on a score line of Kerins O Rahillys 2-10 to Currow 1-6.

Currow will now have a break until the East Kerry Championship which will commence in September.

Training for U-6,U-8,U-10s

Training continues every Saturday morning at 10am.

Gum Shields – A Must

Please note that for all juvenile games and training sessions all players must have gums shields. Players will not be not covered under the GAA player injury scheme if they don’t comply with the mouth guard rule.

No Mouth Guard ! No Game!

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