Currow Coiste Na nÓg Weekly Round-Up

The Currow U-12 team which participated in the Munster GAA Go Games Blitz in Fitzgerald Stadium on Wednesday 18th July. Front from left: Kevin Brosnan, Adrian Wharton and Aaron Brosnan. Middle row from left: Anthony Galvin, Josh Ryan, Conor Clifford, Frank Wharton, Ruairi Brosnan, Aoife Roche and Caoimhe Scanlon. Back from left: Daniel McCarthy, David McCarthy, Luke Toomy, Marc O’Connor, Dominic Peters, Sean Horan and Pat Brosnan, Mentor.

U-16s: One Up One Down

Our U-16 team played two games recently in the County League. On Wednesday 18th July our team played host to Knock/Brosna/Duagh.

By PRO, Con Enright

In a very tight game which could have gone either way, the away side emerged victorious on a score line of Currow 3-11 to Knock/Brosna/Duagh 3-12.

On Tuesday 24th our team travelled to Ballymac to play the home side in the County League. Currow proved to have the upper hand and won the game on a score of Ballymac 3-9 to Currow’s 5-12.

Next game will take place on Wednesday 1st August away to Fossa with throw in at 7pm.

U-14s: High Scoring Game in EK League

On Monday 23rd July Currow U-14s welcomed Gneeveguilla in their East Kerry League game.

In a good sporting contest Gneeveguilla won the game on a final score of Currow 2-12 to Gneeveguilla 4-14.

U-12s in Munster Go-Games

On Wednesday last 18th July our U-12 team took part in the Munter GAA Go Games blitz which was held in Fitzgerald Stadium. We played three games against Skellig Rangers, Tousist and Cromane.

Well done to all who took part. A big thanks also to Kerry Senior Footballer Daithi Casey for giving the team a tour of the stadium.

U-6/U-8/U-10s Training

Training for the U-6s, U-8s and U-10s will continue this coming Saturday at 10am.


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