Upcoming Fixtures 28th August

Mr. Binman Under 15 Hurling Division 3A
Crecora Manister vs Templeglantine
Monday 28th August 2023 at 7pm
Venue: Templeglantine

Mr. Binman Under 17 Hurling Division 3B
Crecora Manister / South Liberties vs Pallasgreen
Wednesday 30th August 2023 at 7pm
Venue: Dooley Park

Junior C Hurling Championship
Crecora Manister vs Hospital Herbertstown
Thursday 31st August 2023 at 6:45pm
Venue: Crecora

Mr. Binman U15 Football Division 4
Crecora Manister vs Dromin Athlacca Banogue
Saturday 2nd September at 11am
Venue: Crecora

Woodlands House Hotel County Junior A Hurling Championship Group 2
Crecora Manister vs Tournafulla
Saturday 2nd September at 2pm
Venue: Quaid Park, Coolyroe

Mr. Binman Under 17 Football League Division 2B
Crecora Manister / South Liberties vs Ahane
Wednesday 6th September at 6:45pm
Venue: Mackey Park

Mr. Binman Under 13 Football Division 4 Championship
Crecora Manister vs Caherconlish
Thursday 7th September 2023 at 7:00pm
Venue: Caherconlish

GAA Club Newsletter – August 2023

The August 2023 edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available.

This month’s edition includes the following:

  • Steering group on integration announces research study.
  • Tobar – The new cross-association source for learning in Gaelic games.
  • GAA Player Welfare Resource Guide.
  • Ulster GAA Young Volunteer of the Month, Aoife Quinn.
  • Podcast series highlights excellent work done by club and county officers.
  • Gaelic Games Associations committed to Go Games to give every child a go.
  • Applications sought for hurling PhD.
  • New bronze bust of Michael Cusack unveiled.
  • Killannin All-Stars success story.
  • Unesco certificate presented at Croke Park museum.
  • Successful FRS Recruitment GAA World Games staged last month.
  • New National handball and Croke Park community centre officiall opened.
  • GAA and GPA Collaborate for a campaign to tackle online abuse of players and officials.
  • GAA Dads and Lads move into the fast lane.

Click on the link below to view the newsletter.


Junior Hurling Championship Round 2

On Saturday 12th August we played the second round of the Junior Championship against Claughan in Rathbane.
A good start was imperative after defeat the previous week and the team obliged raising 4 white flags in the early stages from Conor Kirby, Chris Shanahan and a brace from Cathal O’Neill.
Claughan responded with a free but we continued to build on our score.
By half time we had stretched our lead our to 0-12 to 0-04 with scores from Conor, Cathal, Rian O’Byrne and Rory Hannan.

In the second half we kept the pressure on and kept the scoreboard ticking over with accurate shooting.
Rob Henehan, Paraic O’Neill, Cormac Flanagan and Brendan Power added the names to the scoresheet.
Cian Leahy came on at corner back and put in his usual committed performance prior to his departure for Australia.
We wish Cian all the best on his journey.

Team: Gerard Kennedy, David Power, Jack Dalton, Tim Moloney, Paraic O’Neill, Richard Murphy, Darach Skelly, Shane Moloney, Rian O’Byrne, Cathal O’Neill, Chris Shanahan, Conor Kirby, Rob Henehan, Cormac Flanagan, Rory Hannan. Subs Brendan Power, James Conheady, Donnacha Connolly, Damien Kearney, Ciaran Heagney, Ciaran Kennedy, Cian Leahy, Fergal Egan, Evan Moloney, Ciaran Humphreys, Shane O’Connor, Sean Malone, Sean Keyes, Ciaran Cusack.