Paddy Cahill Cup-The Blacks and Whites Junior Hurlers suffered mixed fortunes last week in the Paddy Cahill Cup when after a good win over St Martins in Coon on a score line of 1-19 to 0-08 on Wednesday evening they bowed out of the competition on Friday when Carlow senior outfit Naomh Eoin got the better of the lads at the quarter final stage with a final score of 0-11 to 0-08. Injuries, Holidays and leaving certificate students all took their toll as many of the lads were unavailable for the games and hopefully the team will be back to full strength for the next outing.
Junior B-Congratulations to the Blacks and Whites Junior B hurlers who comfortably saw off the challenge of James Stephens in the first round of the championship in larchfield last Sunday. A great display saw the lads run up an impressive tally of 3-18 leaving nine points between them and the village. The lads now face threecastles in the second round this Friday in Tom Walsh Park at 7.30pm.
Set Dancing-A new Set Dancing Class started up on Wednesday 16th May in the clubhouse at Tom Walsh Park. All are welcome and the classes will continue on a weekly basis provided the turnout is good so come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and learn some new moves in the process.
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