Carrick Swan Notes Monday July 8th

 Adult Hurling, Football, & Camogie

Carrick Swan qualified for the South Senior Hurling Final on Saturday last with a one-point victory over Mullinahone in a tight affair in Monroe. We take on Killenaule in the final, on Sunday next, at 2pm, in Monroe. Best of luck, lads. Bring home that cup!

If you can’t make Monroe next weekend, the game will be live streamed on Clubber.

Our Junior ‘A’ hurlers had a good win against Killenaule on Sunday evening in Mullinahone. Well done, lads.

Our Junior ‘B’ hurlers take on Skeheenarinky on Sunday next, July 14th, in Cahir at 11.30am. Best of luck, lads.

Our Junior ‘B’ Camogie ladies had a good run out against Butlerstown of Waterford in Páirc na nEalaí last week, in a challenge game, as they continue their championship preparations. The County Junior Camogie Championships will commence once the All-Ireland Camogie Championship ends in mid-August.

Commiserations to our u19 footballers who lost out to Kilsheelan last week. This week, we take on Fethard on Wednesday night at 7.45pm in Cloneen. Best of luck, lads.

Juvenile Scene

Our u17’s take on Mullinahone in Páirc na nEalaí on Monday night (July 8th) with the game throwing in at 8pm. Best of luck, boys.

Our u13 hurlers lost out to Grangemockler Ballyneale on Tuesday last. Unlucky boys. We dust ourselves off and go again this week, on The Green, on Saturday next, when we take n St. Patrick’s at 11am.  Best of luck, boys.

Last weekend, our u8 girls played some super camogie at a blitz in Mullinahone. The determination and progress that this team has made in recent weeks is just brilliant. Hard work and practice is certainly paying off. We’d like to thank Mullinahone for their hospitality and we look forward to hosting the next Blitz, for the group.

Other News

Carrick Swan GAA Club would like to express a massive thank you to John and Margaret Fleming for their very generous sponsorship of a new defibrillator that will be housed on the external clubhouse wall at Páirc na nEalaí.

The defibrillator will, of course, be available to the public in case of emergencies. Thank you, John and Margaret. Your generosity is appreciated by everyone in the club and, I’m sure, by the wider Carrick community as well.

In other news, the hurling wall at Páirc na nEalaí got some new designs painted last week. Check out our Facebook page for some photos.

Club Lotto

The club lotto jackpot is a massive €12,500 this week as there was no winner of last week’s €12,250 jackpot. Last week, there were six match 3 winners who won €40 each. The numbers drawn were 04 – 06 – 14 – 23. Well done all.