Carrick Swan notes 10th April 2023.
On Saturday last the club played host to Tipperary and Wexford senior hurling teams in what was a fundraiser for local man Ryan O Dwyer. A great crowd attended and a lot of money was raised for a very worthy cause. Tipperary ran out comfortable winners in the end we wish Liam Cahil and the Tipperary team the very best of luck in the championship which gets under way in two weeks time. The club would like to thank both teams for making this happen and would like to thank anyone who helped out in anyway.
County league action is back this weekend on Thursday our Juniors will travel to Cloneen to play St Pats 7pm throw in.
Our premier intermediates travel to Gortnahoe on Sunday morning with a 12pm throw in.
Camogie round up
U14 team were defeated by Cashel on Friday evening in Cashel.
The U10’s travelled to Gortnahoe on Wednesday last and took part in a blitz with Gortnahoe, St. Pats and St. Mary’s. The girls competed very well over the three games and manufactured some great scores in the process
U12 Saturday morning against Eire Og Annacarty.
Juvenile round up
U13A footballers beat St.Pats in quarter final and are awaiting semi final fixture.
U13D footballers beat St.Pats in play off and now play Ballylooby-Castlegrace in quarter final this Wed at 6.30pm in Ballylooby
U15B footballers were beaten by Ardfinnan
U15 hurlers played in Feile na nGael last weekend in Gortnahoe. They qualified from their group but were beaten by Boherlahan in the semi final hard luck boys.
Jackpot will be €2500 this week numbers draw. Last week were 2-11-19-26 we had nine who matched 3 winning €30.
Club would like to offer Condolences to the Walsh family Collins Park. Power family Ballylynch and the Cosgrove family Marlifield on their recent bereavements.