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U14 County Championship

U14 County Championship

Cashel opened their championship account with a game against Ballingarry on Tuesday evening last in Leahy Park. In the first half the home team put up a good performance to be leading at the interval by a score line of 2-4 to 0-0. On resumption Cashel really upped the tempo and despite Ballingarry scoring a goal and a point Cashel’s superior fire power saw them ran out easy winners in the end by a score of 5-9 to 1-1.

Cashel’s next outing is away against Moycarkey, in Littleton, on Tuesday, April 9.

Report will be in next week’s notes.

U16 County Championship

Cashel travelled to Dolla last Thursday evening to play Silvermines in this eagerly awaited championship game. In a very tight first half Silvermines led by a score line of 1-4 to 0-2 at the interval. The half time whistle allowed the visitors a chance to regroup a regain their composure. A few positional changes and no doubt some inspirational words from the mentors made all the difference as Cashel came back strongly and a ding dong second half outscored their north Tipp opponents to lead at the final whistle by a score line of 4-4 to 2-7.

Cashel’s next outing is at home to Thurles on Thursday, April 18.

Senior County League

On bank holiday Monday, April 1, Cashel beat Moycarkey in the second round of the league. On Sunday, April 7, Cashel travelled to New Inn and were beaten by Drom-Inch in their final group game.

Junior B

Cashel’s next fixture is at home to Fethard on Sunday, April 14, at 12noon.

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