Currow Coiste Na nÓg Notes

The Currow U-14 team which played John Mitchels in the Kerry Feile in Cordal On Sunday, April 15th. Front from left: Rurari Brosnan, Joe Cronin, Cathal Brosnan, Daniel McCarthy, David Healy, Owen O’Connor, David McCarthy, Ben Conway.
Back from left: Padraig Brosnan, Liam O’Sullivan, Raymond O’Neill, Paddy Howard, John O Connor, Freddie Galwey, Cathal Sheehan, Eamonn O’Mahony.


On Monday evening, April 23rd. Currow GAA Club’s U-16 team will play Glenflesk in the East Kerry League at Barraduff Community Field.

By: Con Enright

U-14s in Kerry Féile

Currow U-14 team contested the Kerry Feile on Wednesday, April 11th in John Mitchels GAA Club grounds.

The opposition on the night were John Mitchels and An Ghaeltacht.

Our team defeated both teams on the night on final scores of Currow 3-6 to John Mitchels 1-5 and in the second game it finished Currow 2-7 to An Ghaeltacht’s 0-2.

Unfortunately, from Currow’s point of view, the game against John Mitchels had to be replayed due to a referee mistake.

The game was replayed on Sunday in Cordal.

For the second time of asking Currow proved victorious in this event winning on a scoreline of Currow 0-5 to John Mitchels 1-0.

Currow scorers were: David Healy, 0-2; John O’Connor, Freddie Galwey and Pádraig Brosnan 0-1 each.

Next game will be against Listowel Emmets in the Kerry féile semi final on this Wednesday at a Killarney venue.

U-12s in Close Game

Our U-12 team played host to Ballymac B on Sunday, April 15th. In a very close game Currow proved to have the upper hand on their opponents and went on to win the game on a final score of Currow 2-13 to Ballymac B 2-8.

Next game will take place on Sunday, April 22nd. in Currow at 6pm where the opposition will be Finuge.

Juvenile Training Continues

U-6, U-8 and U-10s: Training continues this coming Saturday, April 21st. at 10am. All children are ask to bring their football and training T-shirt.


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