Commiserations to our Minor hurlers who lost to Moyle Rovers by 6 points in the South Minor A Semi Final earlier today. This was another super performance but we came up just short against a very strong Moyle Rovers team, who beat us by 21 points in the opening round of the Championship. Our Minors year now comes to an end. We’d like to thank players and management for their efforts this year.

Our Junior Camogie girls lost to Moyle Rovers in Monroe on Sunday last also.

Our u16 South hurling Final which was due to take place last Friday was postponed due to a bereavement in the St Mary’s club. The game goes ahead on Wednesday September 19th at 6pm in Cloneen. This is going to be a cracking final with two very even teams. Swan came out on top, narrowly, in the group game. We urge you all to get to Cloneen to cheer our boys on.

Our u16 camogie girls played in a blitz in Goatenbridge recently. We’d like to thank Ballybacon/Grange for organising a great day and inviting us up.

Our Seniors are still awaiting confirmation of who’ll we face in Dan Breen relegation play-off.

Congratulations to Bridget Boland Reade who won €4,250 on Thursday last in our Juvenile lotto draw. We also have 15 match 3s who won €20 each.  The numbers drawn were 07 – 10 – 11 – 14. Next Week’s Jackpot is €2,000. It costs just €2 to enter and you can play through any of our ticket sellers, or online, via our website. Thank you for your continued & appreciated support. Your support also helps Field Development Project.

Please also support our 12 days of Christmas Field Development Draw now launched. Tickets €50 each from any committee member. €18,000 in prizes with top prize of €10,000. If you aren’t in, you can’t win!

Carrick Swan would like to pass on their condolences to the Tobin Power family, Ard Mhuire on their recent bereavement.