The U21 County Hurling team were beat in the Ulster U21 Hurling Championship Shield by Tyrone. Level at half-time Donegal tired visibly in the second half. However it is a credit to all the teams especially those who represented the team during their examinations.
The U14 A Hurling Championship saw Buncrana beat Aodh Ruadh. Aodh Ruadh battled through and despite a good finish were unable to catch the Buncrana team who were deserved winners. Good luck to both teams who represent the county in the All-Ireland Feile. Burt beat MacCumhaills in the U14 B Hurling Championship. Well done to both teams on reaching the final.
Don’t forget the open invite for Donegal Hurlers to the puck fada in Ulster which will take place on Divis Mountain on Thursday 21st June, commencing at 7.00pm. For more information contact Jimmy Darragh at firstname.lastname@example.org
The U16 & U12 Hurling Leagues are kicking off over the next couple of weeks. The U16 Hurling League Round 1 between Setanta and St Eunans will be held on the 5th July. The U12 compete in the League beginning on July 5th. The next U10 blitz will be held in O’Donnell Park (St. Eunan’s) on the 24th June. The U8’s blitz will be held in the Gaels pitch. All dates are provisional. Please confirm your attendance at blitzes for the convenience of the host club.
On Sunday morning Aodh Ruadh hosted an under 12 blitz where Letterkenny Gaels and Four Masters travelled to Father Tierney Park the lads played some great hurling. Thanks to all the mothers of the players who as usual fed all present, thanks to Peter Horan who refereed the games.
FOUR MASTERS HURLING CLUB
Four Masters Under 10 hurlers
Four Master club are based in Donegal town. The Four Masters currently cater for Hurlers players at U8, U10 and U12. The Nursery provides coaching for U6 in Hurling, Camogie and football for the next 3 Saturdays at 11am in TirConnell Park. Joe Alvey one of our minor players is representing the club at County level. Sean Mulhearn is also representing the club in the County U21 Hurling team. As hurling progresses teams at greater age levels will develop. The new training pitch facilities are well under way and are expected to be available to next years season. The hurling Cul-Camp will be held from the 9th-11th of August. All welcome including non-members. The annual James McAlisters Hurling Cup will be held at the end of September/beginning of October. The Hurling Academies run every Friday from 6 to 8pm in TirConnell Park. Places are always available for new players of any age so feel free to contact any of the coaches including at mangers at U8 Laurence Doherty 087 7532705, U10 Michael Feeney 087 6154686 and U12 Mark Sweeney 086 8107678and Noel Ward 087 8251408. You can follow the Four Masters Hurling on our Facebook page.Tags: