Drama Production: Emly Variety Players present John Murphy’s three act play, The Country Boy on Saturday and Sunday, March 2 and 3 and Saturday and Sunday, March 9 and 10, in Halla Naoimh Ailbhe, Emly, at 8.15 nightly.
Soccer: The A Team played out a three-all draw with Two Mile Borris in a Division One game last Sunday. The match, which had to be switched to Knockane due to a frozen pitch in Cullen, was always competitive, but the home side will be disappointed with the concession of three sloppy goals and their failure to convert numerous chances in the second half. Next Sunday the team is away to Glengoole and the B Team also have to travel to Ballyneale.
In underage soccer, St Davids Under 11s had a good home win over Donohill, while the U.15s were defeated by Hospital. Next Saturday the Under 13s are away to Cappamore in the Cup at 11 am, while the U.15s are in Kilteely for a 12.30 kick-off.
Ladies Football: Under 14s played Kilmacud Crokes last Sunday in Lattin for our first outing of the year. We gave a good display in the first half, at the end of which we down by a few points. Kilmacud Crokes proved too strong in the second half, but our girls tried hard and displayed good team work. Thanks to all the parents who made sandwiches and helped with the teas. Thanks to Danny O’Farrell and Ger Howe for refereeing both games. Kilmacuds second team also defeated Arravale Rovers in the first match.
Congratulations to Katie O’Donoghue and Helen Quirke who were selected for the County Under 16 Panel.
The Junior Ladies are back training on Friday evenings at 8pm sharp. New Members always welcome.