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West U21 A Semi Final Football

West U21 A Semi Final Football

Cashel 1-12 Golden 0-15

The attendance in Bansha on Saturday certainly got value for money as both Cashel and Golden must do it all again after 80 minutes of football failed to separate the sides. Cashel came flying from the traps and exerted all the early pressure the pick of which an outstanding point from wing back James Cummins.

Cashel held a nice four-point lead with 15 minutes played. Golden soon found their feet however and trailed by three at halftime 0-6 to 0-3.

The second half had a mixture of everything, missed penalties, uprights and posts coming to both sides’ rescue as chances went a begging. Late in the game a 50metre free from Gearoid Slattery rescued Cashel to force extra time. The following 20 minutes was up and down but when Brian Quinlan blasted in a Cashel goal with five to play the tide had swung in Cashel’s favour. Golden rallied and two late points earned a draw. They meet again next Saturday in New Inn at 4pm.

County Senior Hurling League

Cashel KC 1-08 Holycross 2-15

Our Seniors Hurlers took on Holycross on Sunday morning last in the game of the new County Premier Hurling League. After a decent enough opening half display and with just three points the difference in favour of Holycross, the second half saw Cashel fall off the pace and eventually Holycross finished stronger to record a victory 2-15 to 1-08. For Cashel Owen Quirke had a decent debut in goal, while Brian Minogue, Ross Doyle, Adrian Cummins and Michael Coleman showed up well for the most part.


Peil Na nOg Round 2

Cashel KC 3-09 Galtee Rovers 1-08

Cashel U14s kept their winning streak intact with a hard fought victory over Galtee Rovers. The lads had to pull out all the stops and some positional changes at halftime had the desired affect with Ciaran Quinn and Luke Quinlan in particular rising to the challenge. With the game evenly poised at the interval on a score line of Cashel KC 2-4 to 1-02 the team came out in the second half and put in a fantastic display. This win now means Cashel can top the group if they manage to defeat Arravale Rovers next Saturday. There were many standout displays but Ryan O’Sullivan, Scott Scanlon, Colin Ryan, Ciaran Quinn and Eoghan Connolly are worthy of mention.

Johnny “Boy” Moloney Hurling School of Excellence

School of Excellence April 3,4 and 5, from 10am to 1pm each day. In keeping with club tradition, the event will be called after a former club friend and member who has sadly gone to their eternal rest and this year Johnny “Boy’ Moloney and Moloney family will be honoured, in recognition of his dedication, commitment and fantastic contribution to the Cashel King and Cormacs and GAA. Registration day on Saturday, March 9, 11am to 12.30pm, in Leahy Park. €20 per child with concessions for two or more. The children will receive coaching, refreshments, treats, fun and excitement and on the final day each participant will receive a Gaelic football and a sliothar.


In Leahy Park this coming Saturday, March 9, you can avail of the opportunity to subscribe your club membership. Committee members will be in the kitchen room at Leahy Park from 11am to 12.30pm.


Peil Na-Og Football: Cashel KC Vs Arravale Rovers in Sean Treacy Park Saturday, March 9, at 4pm.

West U21 A Semi Final Football Replay – Cashel KC Vs Golden, Saturday, March 9, 4pm in New Inn.

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