Swan Weekly Notes Monday Sept 14

Our u16 hurlers were crowned South Champions last week after beating Cahir in their South Final. On Saturday last, our u16s lost out to Cappawhite Gaels by 2 points in the Co. Semi Final to end their hurling year. Our football year begins on Monday night when we...

Well Done To Our Junior B Camogie Ladies

Our Junior B Camogie ladies travelled 109km earlier today to take on Portroe, in Portroe, in the County Camogie Championship. At half-time, we led by 3 points. 0-5 to 0-02. A superb 2nd half display saw us run out 2-08 to 0-06 winners in a game that was a real battle...

Swan Notes Monday Sept 7th

A heavy cloud hung over the Swan club and Carrick-on-Suir last week as we heard the news that Jimmy Walsh has passed away after illness borne with great dignity. Jimmy better known as ‘Dree’ was as much a part of the true fabric of the Swan club as anyone, while his...

swan notes monday aug 30

Our Senior hurlers exited the Seamus O’Riain Cup at the hands of Mullinahone on Saturday last. It was a game where we never got going, and unfortunately one where we couldn’t claw back Mullinahone’s quick start.  Unlucky lads. On Sunday next, our Junior footballers...

Swan Notes Monday Aug 24th

On Saturday next, our Senior hurlers take on south rivals Mullinahone in the quarter final of the Seamus O’ Riain Cup. The game throws in at 4pm in Clonmel Sportsfield behind closed doors. We’re hoping to have a stream available on our Facebook page. On Friday last,...

Swan Notes Monday August 17th

The weekend gone has been a good one for the club.   Our Senior hurlers backed up their impressive victory over Killenaule last week with an impressive and clinical display against Cashel King Cormacs on Saturday in Clonmel Sportsfield to book our place in the Seamus...