Summer Hurling Outings

The Under 10 hurlers won a very enjoyable challenge game in Knocks, Co. Fermanagh on Friday, 29th June with a fantastic team performance. The highlight of a comprehensive victory was a great goal by Stephen Anderson, aged 7. Pictured are the team that traveled to Knocks along with their mentors Ciaran Kilgannon and John Rooney.
The Under 10 hurlers won a very enjoyable challenge game in Knocks, Co. Fermanagh on Friday, 29th June with a fantastic team performance. The highlight of a comprehensive victory was a great goal by Stephen Anderson, aged 7. Pictured are the team that traveled to Knocks along with their mentors Ciaran Kilgannon and John Rooney.

Aodh Ruadh underage hurlers enjoyed a great trip to Croke Park on Sunday, 29th July, to watch the All-Ireland hurling quarter finals. The boys were treated to two very exciting games with Limerick beating Clare and Waterford drawing with Cork. Thirty players traveled and they even got their photograph taken on the hallowed turf after the action had finished.
Aodh Ruadh underage hurlers enjoyed a great trip to Croke Park on Sunday, 29th July, to watch the All-Ireland hurling quarter finals. The boys were treated to two very exciting games with Limerick beating Clare and Waterford drawing with Cork. Thirty players traveled and they even got their photograph taken on the hallowed turf after the action had finished.
Aodh Ruadh underage hurlers enjoyed a great trip to Croke Park on Sunday, 29th July, to watch the All-Ireland hurling quarter finals. The boys were treated to two very exciting games with Limerick beating Clare and Waterford drawing with Cork. Thirty players traveled and they even got their photograph taken on the hallowed turf after the action had finished.

Pictured enjoying the action at the underage hurlers trip to the hurling quarter finals in Croke Park: (l-r) Niall Cullen, Oisin Roper, Peter Horan (mentor), Conor Gilmartin, Patrick Fogerty and James Kelly.
Pictured enjoying the action at the underage hurlers trip to the hurling quarter finals in Croke Park: (l-r) Niall Cullen, Oisin Roper, Peter Horan (mentor), Conor Gilmartin, Patrick Fogerty and James Kelly.

Report Filed: 27 August 2007