Cashel King Cormacs Club Lotto in association with Cashel Camogie and Handball Clubs: Draw held in Feehans Bar on Tuesday September 03rd, Jackpot of €15500.00 was not won, numbers drawn were, 10,14,22,30, Second chance draw for €500 was not won.
The numbers drawn were, 01,16,24, 26. Our lucky Dip winners were, Aileen Palmer €50, David Spearman, €50, Noel O Brien €20, Ann Turner €20, Sinead Delloul €20, Nellie Joy €20, Michael O Dwyer €20. Results from Donoghues Bar in next week’s notes our next lotto draw will be in the Capitol onTuesday September 17th All are welcome.
Juvenile: After receiving a walkover from Cappawhite we played our second game on Monday the 2nd of September at home to Arravale Rovers. We went behind early on in the game and trailed by five points at halftime with Arravale proving a hard nut to crack. But the lads dug in and the second saw Cashel play with fluency and skill as we turned in a super second half to win by eleven points in the finish on a scoreline of 8-8 to 5-6. Our scorers were, Jack McGrath 3-6, Daniel Moloney 4-1 and David Clarke 0-1. We now go onto play Clonoulty in the Semi final next weekend at 11am with the venue to be confirmed. Should we see off Clonoulty the final will take place at 1pm. Please Support.
Intermediate Football: Our footballers will contest the West Final against close rivals Rockwell Rovers after defeating Golden 1-13 to 1-8 in New Inn on Sunday evening last. The game was always close but a William Fitzell goal early in the second half sent Cashel on their way to a deserved victory. Golden did pose many questions but Cashel were full value for the win but know they will need to improve if they are to retain their title from 2012. Best for Cashel, Paddy Morrissey, Dylan Fitzell, Michael Coleman and Adrian Cummins.
Junior B Hurling Final: Next Sunday sees Cashel take on Golden in the West Junior B Hurling Final. The pain of Defeat in last years decider is still fresh in the mind as the lads will be going hard to try make up for that disappointment. The team has come through the league stages unscathed and saw off a determined Arravale Challenge in the Semi so the hope is Cashel can one better next Sunday and lift the “Jamesie O’Donoghue” Cup. Throw in is 11.45 in Dundrum and once again we ask all Cashel supporters to get out to dundrum and shout on the lads.