Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow captain, Nathan O’Callaghan in possession with Glenflesk’s Emmet Finnan challenging during their U-16 East Kerry League game. Photograph Courtesy of Glenflesk GAA Club

U-16: Currow V Glenflesk

Our U-16 team travelled to Barraduff Community Field on Monday 23rd April to play Glenflesk in the East Kerry League.

By Con Enright

In a good sporting contest the home side had the upper hand on our team and went on to win the game on a score line of Glenflesk 4-10 to Currow 3-6.

Currow’s Darragh Kelly eyeing up a shot during the U-16 game against Glenflesk in the East Kerry League. Photograph Courtesy of Glenflesk GAA Club

U-14s Play at Centre of Exellence

On Saturday, April 21st. Currow U-14 team played Listowel Emmets in the Kerry Feile Semi Final in the Kerry GAA Centre Of Excellence in Currans.

On the day Listowel proved too strong for Currow and went on to win the game on a score of Currow 0-1 to Listowel Emmets 4-4.

Currows attention now turns to the County League where they will make the trip to South Kerry to play Templenoe/Sneem/Derrynane on Wednesday, May 2nd. Throw in at 6:30pm.

U-12s Hosted Finuge

Currow played host to Finuge on Sunday in the County League. Played in good conditions the home side proved to be too strong for the visitors and emerged victorious on a final score of Currow 5-19 to Finuge 4-7. Next game for our team will take place on Sunday where our team play away to Beale.

U-6, U-8 and U-10s

On Saturday, April 28th. our three teams will play Kilcummin in a friendly game in Currow at 10:30am. All players are asked to be there for 10:15am.

Sympathies Form Currow Coiste Na nÓg

Currow Coiste Na nOg would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and to Castleisland AFC on the death of Georgie O’Callaghan.

Georgie was a man who devoted his life to the community and to Castleisland AFC.

He was an inspiration to us all for his hard work, dedication and love of sport and the community. May he Rest in Peace.


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