Cashel King Cormacs
West U.21 Hurling Championship
In a close game Clonoulty just edged Cashel on a scoreline of 2-14 to 1-19 on Saturday last. Cashel will look back and wonder how did they let slip a strong halftime lead when they held a 2-8 to 0-9 cushion. Clonoulty upped their game in the final quarter and while Cashel’s defence manfully stood up the challenge the return of six-second half points was not enough. Cashel will not be too far away if they can continue to improve and keep key players fit.
West Junior B Hurling
Next Sunday Cashel and Golden will do it all again in the eagerly awaited Junior replay. Having got themselves out of jail in the first game, Cashel will be hoping to go one better and lift the Jamesie O’Donoghue Cup. Preparations have been going well and the panel of players will know a repeat performance will be nowhere good enough. Once again all Cashel supporters are asked to rally behind the team and management and drive them onto victory, success that’s badly needed.
County Football Semi
Thanks to those that gave up their time to help with stewarding in Leahy Park for last Sundays county Football Semi Finals. In whatever capacity you helped out, many thanks, without your help co-operation the holding of such an event would be impossible.
West Junior B Replay Hurling: Cashel KC Vs Golden in Dundrum Sunday October 27th at 12 noon.
beat Bandon 24-19
Our newly formed ladies team played their first match on Saturday and what better way to mark the occasion by getting a win. We had a great win over Bandon at home, 24-19, had lead 24-7 into middle of half time but Bandon got lucky with 2 late trys. Our try scorers were Elaine Devane (player of the match) AnnMarie Leamy, Wendy Fitzpatrick and Libby Toomey. It was a first rugby match ever for half off the newly formed team. We also have an impressive U18s squad that will have their first match soon. Both teams train Wed and Fri nights at 7.30pm. New members welcome!