High and Lows in July heat
Post date: Jul 19, 2013 5:32:09 PM
There was a mixed weekend of results at adult level. Junior selector, Adrian McDonagh, confessed to still being on a high on Sunday morning from Friday's night dramatic Junior B victory. Depleted of eight of those who almost got a result against Tynagh Abbey Duniry, they staged last 15 minute comeback from nine point down to win by a solitary point. The Juniors are out in Tonabrocky on Friday night at 7.15pm Against Castlegar.
However the mood was dampened somewhat by the Seniors heavy defeat to Liam Mellowes. The goal woe continued as Mellowes who had the chance to avoid the relegation process show a determination a Mágh Cuilinn team, already resigned to that fate, could not.
Last night the U13 team also endured five goal woe to previously undefeated Liam Mellowes. Rahoon Newcastle's surprise two point win over also previously unbeaten meant the our neighbours leap frogged Mágh Cuilinn to go ahead on goal difference. Owing to a lack of confidence in the recording of exact scores. Magh Cuilinn face Rahoon Newcastle in a playoff on Saturday.
107 souls are currently enjoying the Annual Hurling Campa Samhradh and the week will come to celebratory conclusion when McCann's Centra host a Hurling Family Fun Day at Baile Doite. Hurling Skills sessions with County Stars, free BBQ, face painting, music and more! Participating children (6-14) must register at 12pm.
The U16 team concludes its group phase of the Championship with two away games the first in Mullagh on Monday night and the second in Ahascragh on Thursday night. Unbeaten so far and with a semifinal place secure, next week's result will determine who the opposition will be in that semi-final.