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Under-14 Hurling 2011

Carrigtwohill v Glen Rovers:  Rebel Og U14 Premier 2 Hurling League

Carrigtwohill played Glen Rovers in round 4 of the league. 
Carrigtwohill played the first half with a strong wind and scored 2 goals and 11 points to the Glen’s 2 goals and a point. Carrigtwohill put in a great performance to win by an injury time point. The score was Carrigtwohill 2-18 to 5-8.


Football Championship v Youghal in Youghal on Friday 3rd June 2011.

There was a good turnout, and we nearly had a full squad to pick from.  Youghal started the game well, and got a number of soft goals in the first half. Carrig fought back, and got the score back to 1-6 to 3-3 at half time. After some encouraging words at half time, Carrig upped their game, and scored some great goals, but were tiring towards the end.  
The final score was Carrig 3-9 Youghal 4-7. 
The players deserve great credit and we are all looking forward to Féile in a few weeks on the back of that result.


Premier 2 Hurling League v Bishopstown

Carrigtwohill played Bishopstown in round 3 of the league. Carrigtwohill against all odds won the game. 
The final score was 3.5 to 1.5



Under-14 Football 2011

 Football League v Whitechurch

We played Whitechurch on a fine but very windy afternoon last Sunday in Whitechurch. After the Lismore Tounament on Saturday, we knew our numbers would be tight, but we had a full team to start. We played with the wind in the first half, and went in well ahead, having played a great first half, 1-5 to 0-2. The secong half was a different game altogether though, and Whitechurch took full advantage of the strengthening wind. They pulled ahead, in spite of a trojan effort on the part of the players. We got tired towards the end, and Whitechurch pulled away to record a victory, which margin was unfair on the lads.  Final Score 5-14 to 2-5.



Football League v Genville on Thursday 3rd March

The u14s first football Lge game of the year was played under lights in Fouhy Park, against Glenville on a cold evening. Glenville were much the stronger during the first quarter, and ran up a four goal lead. The lads knuckled down and pulled pack the margin to 7 pts by half time. Carrig started the second half well, but our 15 players who started began to fade, and Glenville got the margin out to seven again, by the end. It was a very encouraging start to the Lge against a team which wouldn't be out of place playing Premier.




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