Our Senior hurlers had a narrow win against North Tipperay’s Templederry Kenyons on Saturday last in the County Senior Hurling League. Well done lads. The win moves us up to 3rd place in the table.

Our Seniors play again this coming weekend when we welcome 4th place Silvermines to Carrick on Sunday. Throw in, in Davin Park is 12noon.

Our Junior B camogie girls had a great win against Gortnahoe on The Green last Wednesday. This qualified us for the County League Quarter Final against Brian Borus, which was played on Sunday afternoon in Ballylooby. Brian Borus ran out comfortable winners on the day. Unlucky ladies.

Our u14 footballers travelled to Cahir last Thursday. Despite playing some good football over the course of the hour, the hosts ran out winners by 8 points. Our next u14 football game takes place this coming Thursday when we welcome Father Sheehy’s to The Green. The game throws in at 7-30pm.

Our u12 hurlers dusted off their camáns last weekend to play our first hurling game of the year. We’d a good run out against Roanmore of Waterford on The Green.

Our u12 camogie girls will begin their league in the coming weeks. We’re awaiting fixtures for these games at the moment.

Our u9, u10, u11, and u12 boys begin a 6-week hurling and football tournament on The Green this week. It begins on Saturday next at 5pm. Let’s get down to watch our future senior hurling and football stars in action.

Last week’s Swan Lotto numbers were 05 – 12 – 16 – 26. The jackpot was €3,500 and there was no winner. Three match 3’s win €70. Next Week’s Jackpot is €3,750. Thank you for your continued & appreciated support. Play our lotto – Support our young players. Your support also helps our Field Development Project.

All in the Swan club would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the family of the late Gabrielle Kehoe of Ballydine, Kilsheelan who was laid to rest in Gambonsfield cemetery last week. Two of Gabrielle’s sons Jimmy and Jerry helped the club no end and both enjoyed success when they played senior hurling with the club and were great assets to us in the 70s and 80s era. ‘Ar dheis Dé go raibh sí’

Carrick Swan would like to pass on their condolences to the Bates family, Faugheen, on their recent bereavement.