Currow Coiste Na nÓg News

The late Terry O’Connor was an Honorary member of the ICMSA National Council. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Condolences to O’Connor Family

Currow Coiste Na nÓg wish to send our condolences to our juvenile coach John C O’Connor, Ballindrohid, Currans and his family on the passing of his father Terry O’Connor.

May He Rest In Peace.

Good Away Win for U-16s

U-16: On Monday 7th May our u16 team travelled to Spa Killarney to play the home side in the East Kerry League.

By P.R.O Con Enright 

Currow proved to be too strong for the home side on the night and went on to win on a final score of Currow 2-17 to Spa Killarneys 0-4. Currow will now contest the East Kery Division 3 final on Monday, May 14th. against Keel-Listry. The game will throw in at 7pm with a venue to be confirmed.

U-14s Emerge Victorious

Currow U-14 team travelled to Templenoe on Wednesday, May 2nd. to play the home team in the Lee Strand County League. In a very close game which could have gone either way Currow emerged victorious on a final score of Currow 5-11 to Templenoe/Sneem/Derryane’s 5-9. Next game for our team will take place on Wednesday 9th May at 7pm in Currow where the opposition will be Renard.

U-12 Go Down to Cromane

U-12: On Bank Holiday Monday, May 7th our U-12 team made the journey to Cromane to play the home side in the Lee Strand County League. The home side proved to be too strong for our team on the day and won the game on a final score of Cromane 5-13 to Currow’s 2-6.

U-8 Go Games Blitz

The first U-8 District GAA Go Games Blitz will take place this Thursday 10th May at 7pm in Castleisland Desmonds pitch.

No Juvenile Training on Saturday

U-6s,U8s,U10s: there will be no training this coming Saturday, May 12th due to the First Holy Communion taking place in Currow the same day. Training will recommence on Saturday 19th.


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