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U14s are best performers thus far

posted 3 May 2016, 11:29 by Kenneth Fox
U14 A1 Hurling Championship (67247)
PositionTeamPointsPlayedWonLostDrawnForAgainstDiff
1Castlegar1055000
2Ardrahan643100
3Michael Cusacks653200
4Mágh Cuilinn653200
5Cappataggle442200
6Craughwell452300
7Tommy Larkins251400
8Ballygar050500

Our U14 team are the top performers at present having won three from five, most recently a 2-07 to 2-02 win over the previously undefeated Ardrahan. Mágh Cuilinn are occupying the a Championship semi-final spot at present. With Mágh Cuilinn having already played all of the other top 6 teams they have an excellent chance of progressing if they can win against the current bottom two, Tommie Larkins and Ballygar. That said the long trip to Woodford next guarantees nothing can be taken for granted.

U16 A1 Hurling Championship (65879)
PositionTeamPointsPlayedWonLostDrawnForAgainstDiff
1Meelick-Eyrecourt1065100
2St Thomas1065100
3Killimordaly964110
4Craughwell663300
5Liam Mellows GAA Club461320
6Kilnadeema-Leitrim341210
7Maigh Cuilinn251400
8Gort Inse Guaire050500

Our U16's have had a less auspicious campaign with one win from five games. One home game against Kilnadeema Leitrim was not played due to the referee crying off through sickness. The team has been competitive nonetheless in what is the first campaign at this level of U16 in 25 years. The margins of defeat have ranged from 2 to 6 points and the sequencing of games with U16 football on Tuesdays, Minor games on Wednesday before U16 hurling on Thursday does not help.

Minor B Hurling Championship - Group C (67927)
PositionTeamPointsPlayedWonLostDrawnForAgainstDiff
1Abbeyknockmoy4321042411
2Tommy Larkins43210613031
3Maigh Cuilinn2211021210
4Mullagh221102444-20
5Annaghdown020201729-12

Our Minors are still in with a shout of qualifying with two games to play but having lost to Abbyknockmoy will probably need to win the two remaining games to do so.


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