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Junior B Hurling - South


Our Junior hurlers had a great win over St Mary?s in the South ?B? semi final in Goatenbridge. This was a great team performance by a very young team, with a few experienced players among them. Cahir now play a very strong Killenaule team in the final today in Fethard at 3:00. The team and scorers were as follows; Brian Enright, Sean Kiernan, Michael Tobin, Oisin Moloney, James Walsh, Eddie Kendrick, Brian Costigan, Benny Hickey (0-8), James McGrath, Aaron Murphy (0-2), Eoghan Quinlan (1-3), Brendan Donaghy, Ger O?Gorman (0-1), Niall O?Donnell, James Hyland. Subs Used Ryan O?Donnell (0-1), Derek Lonergan.

The Draw the Joker took place in Morrissey?s Castle Street on Sunday night. The first name from the drum was Eoin O?Neill, but the joker was not turned, and Eoin had to settle for ?100. Sandra Upite and Mattie Hussey who co wrote the Cahir GAA history with Colm O?Flaherty won ?50 each. Jimmy Cantwell and John O?Donoghue won the house prize. Next weeks draw takes place in the Galtee Inn and the joker jackpot is now a whopping ?5,000. 15 cards have now been turned, so the chance of winning increases by the week.

Cahir GAA Club will hold a number of fundraisers for the ?Shaun Fogarty? fund On Sunday November 10th, Cahir GAA are donating all profits from the ?Draw the Joker? to help the young man. The draw on that night will take place in the Hill Bar where Shaun used to work. Cahir Juvenile GAA is hosting an U12 hurling tournament next Sunday 20th of October as a fundraiser for the Fogarty family. There is a meeting in the clubrooms at 8pm on Tuesday night to finalise plans for the event. There are 16 teams involved from Counties Cork, Waterford and Tipperary, so any help either on Tuesday night or on Sunday would be much appreciated. The first games will start at 10.30 on Sunday morning. Training continues on Wednesday nights in the main field 7 to 8pm.

Our U14 squad played Moyle Rovers in a home and away tournament over the last couple of weeks. Two weeks ago we lined out two teams against each other in what was a very competitive outing for both. Last Saturday under lights in Monroe Moyle Rovers and Cahir played what was some of the best football that had been played all year. Tiernan McLaughlin, Robert Burke, Cillian Conway and Dylan Fitzgearld were Cahir?s standout players on the night, but each and every one of the players contributed immensely to what was a hugely enjoyable game of football. Many thanks to Moyle Rovers for the refreshments after which were much appreciated.

U6 and U8 training continues in the main field at 7pm Tuesday night football and Thursday night hurling. New recruits are always welcome so if your child wants to try out hurling and football the main field is the place to be and Tom Molan and his team of helpers will be there.

The parish-hurling league will start on October 26th at 2.30. Teams will be finalised this week. It is slightly different this year, as the Camogie girls will also be taking part