Currow Coiste Na nÓg News

The Currow U-15 team which participated in the Munster GAA Super Touch in Connolly Park on Saturday. Front from left: John Curtin, John O’Connor, Cathal Brosnan, Raymond O’Neill and Denis Horgan. Back from left: Bryan Roche, Jack Moriarty, Darragh Kelly, Padraig Brosnan, Adam Healy, John Ahern, Danny Crowley and David Moriarty.
The Currow U-12 team with their new set of jerseys before their game against Beale in the County League recently. Front from left:. Anthony Galvin, David Healy, Ruairi Brosnan, Rory O’Connor, Eric Jensen and David McCarthy. Back from left: Daniel Daly, John Daly, Daniel McCarthy, Marc O’Connor, Owen O’Connor, Sean Brosnan and Dominic Peters.

U-15s in Munster Competition

By PRO Con Enright

On Saturday, May 26th our U-15 team travelled to Connolly Park to participate in a Munster GAA Super Touch competition. They played three games the results were as follows:

Game 1: Currow 5-6 Finuge 2-3. Game 2: Currow 2-10 Castlegregory 3-8 and Game 3: Austin Stacks 4-7 Currow 2-2.

U-14s in Puck

Laune Rangers GAA Club grounds was the venue for Currow U-14 County League Final against Renard which was played on Wednesday, May 23rd I

In a good sporting contest Renard proved to be too strong for our team on the night and went on to win the game on a final score of Currow 2-12 to Renard’s 5-18.

Currow will now have a break from competitions as the U-14 County Championship is taking place at this current time.

U-12s at Home

On Sunday, May 27th Currow played host to Beale in the County League. In a game that could have gone either way Currow emerged victorious on a final score of Currow 5-8 to Beale’s 1-15. Currow’s next game will take place on Sunday, June 10th against Scartaglen in Currow at 6pm.

U-10 Go Games

Round 3 of the District U-10 Go Games Blitz will take place on Tuesday, June 4th. from 7pm to 9pm in Currow GAA Club grounds. All players are asked to be at the pitch for 6:45pm and to bring their gum shield and their Currow T-Shirt.

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

Training continues this coming Saturday, June 2nd at 10am.


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