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CastleblayneyHurlingClubNotes

July 2nd, 2019

Castleblayney Hurling Club Notes 4th July 2019

Juvenile Training schedule is as follows:

U7/U9/U11 training on Wednesdays from 6-7pm in St Mary’s Park Juvenile pitch. Parking at Castleblayney College and enter field by signing in at side gate. Registration forms available at training.

U-7’s and U-9’s had a great evening of matches during the Cloghan Go Games blitz on Wed 26th June against Truagh, Latton, Clontibret, Carrick and Inniskeen. Blayney entered 5 teams and each player enjoyed plenty of hurling action.

U-11’s played Carrickmacross in U-11 Spring League yesterday in Carrick Emmets. They will take part in an U-10 tournament in Derrynoose this Sunday morning at 11am.

The Club’s Children’s Officer is Mary McArdle, 087 2394240

Monaghan Go Games blitzes announced for U7/U9 in Cloghan on Wednesdays from 7-8.30pm on the following dates: July 17th & Aug 14th.

U-13’s Táin Og League Final sees Blayney meet Tooreen of Mayo on the 6th July at 12.00pm in Breffni Park. Come out in your numbers to support the lads!

U-17’s club training continues on Wed with U-15’s.

Senior Championship The Senior team got their championship campaign off to a winning start against Inniskeen last Thursday on a scoreline of 2-11 to 1-08, well done! Next game is this Thursday in the 2nd round away to Clontibret at 8pm. All support welcome.

Armagh Senior Hurling League A good tough game for the Seniors on Tues 25th June with Keady narrowly winning by 3 points on a scoreline of 1-22 to 1-19.

Leinster Final Some members of the club were delighted with the outcome of the Leinster Final which saw Wexford overcome Kilkenny, not only in the Senior game but also in the Minor Final, a great occasion for celebration! Several members of the Blayney Seniors were seen discussing the matches in great detail on Clonliffe Road, all yella belly supporters I think!!

Congratulations to Drumhowan GAA who won Division 7 Cup Final at Féile at the weekend. A special shout out to Jason Clark and Tristan Duffy, members of the winning team who were also members of the Castleblayney U-14 hurlers who won the hurling Féile a few weeks earlier, a rare double win indeed!

Castleblayney Camogie Club host their annual Breakfast Morning on Sun 7th July in Iontas, 9 to 1pm. Come out and support the camógs!

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