Johnswell Fun Run -Sunday the 17th June starting at 1 pm. 5 km fun run and 10 km chipped road races with prizes in both for top 3 men/women/children.Registration from 11 am. Entry fee: adults 15 - children 5 - families 25 euro Lots of activities during and after the race for kids at the local school. Drinks and sandwiches will be provided after the race. Proceeds in support of Johnswell Community.Contact Name: Mary Broderick Contact Number: 0876467709
All County League loss-St Martins lost out to Dicksboro in this all County League tie played in Muckalee, Dicksboro led at the break 0-6 to 0-4. Both sides doubled their scores on the resumption but Martins short a few regular players could not bridge the gap , final score 0-8 to 0-12. Patrick Brennan came on in the second half to make his debut at this level and did well .
Team Eugene Maher, Brian Cadigan, Brendan Maher, Aidan Murphy, Thomas Walsh, Michael Morrissey, Noel Darcy 0-1, Michael Mulhall, Brian Byrne 0-3f, Tom Morrissey 0-1, Brian Mulhall, Paddy Dowling, John Haughney, Aidan Lalor 0-2, James Callinan 0-1. Subs Patrick Brennan , ShaneKinsella (both Used).
minors-Minors continue to show signs of improvement St Martin’s Minor hurlers were in hard luck to lose out to Conahy Shamrocks where an early two goal blast proved to be decisive.
Martins had the deficit down to three by the break and despite having the majority of play in the second half they came up by two points. This young players will be heartened by their display. Final score St Martins 1-11 3-7 Conahy Shamrocks.They face old rivals Erin’s Own next Monday in Coon at 7pm.
St Martin’s: Jason Shore, Paddy Heffernan, Alan Kelly, Adrian Farrell, Paddy Brennan, Loughlin Hogan, Shane Kinsella, James Callanan, David Walsh, Robert Reid, Eoin Murphy, William Trousdell, Donal Shore. Subs: Tommy Quirke & Tom Davies (both used
Juniors win-St Martins pulled off a good win against All-Ireland Intermediate Club champions Mount Leinster Rangers. Played in Coon the visitors dominated early on but two goals from Martins forwards James Callinan and Eugene Maher left the half-time score 2-4 to 0-9. Rangers fought back to level put another goal by James Callinan after great approach work by Tom Morrissey set Martins up for the win , final score 3-9 to 0-17. Team Mark Murphy, Nicholas Purcell, Brendan Maher, Brian Cadigan, Aidan Lalor, Mick Morrissey,Michael Mulhall 0-1 ,Don Callinan, Tom Morrissey 0-2,Bryan Byrne 0-4, John Haughney, Eugene Maher 1-1, Pauric Haughney, James Callinan.
Junior A’s get off the mark-St Martins Junior A team got their first win of this year after a merited win over the Emeralds of Urlingford . Played in Muckalee the Martins selectors played seven players from the minor ranks who all responded excently to the challenge . Four of these were competing at this level for the first time Jack Dowling, Alan Kelly, Adrian Farrell, and Donal Shore who scored 2-3. Martins were in control early on and were leading at the break 1-8 to 1-2. Martins kept up their effort against a hard trying Emeralds side in the second half to run out winners 2-19 to 1-7.
Team Eugene Maher, Thomas Walsh, Aidan Murphy, Patrick Dowling, Patrick Brennan, Aidan Lalor 0-1, Adrian Farrell, Ruari Kinsella 0-2, Ciaran Brennan , Tom Morrissey 0-1, James Callinan, Shane Kinsella 0-10 , Damien Tynan, Donal Shore 2-3.Subs Jack Dowling Alan Kelly both used.
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