Hospital Aug 17

GAA: Good luck to Aaron Murphy and the rest of the Limerick team this weekend.

GAA: Good luck to Aaron Murphy and the rest of the Limerick team this weekend.

In round 3 of the intermediate football championship Hospital/Herbertstown take on Oola Wednesday 21, they took on Mungret and Kilteely/Dromkeen in challenge games.

BORD NA NOG: The U6s and U8s played Caherconlish in a football challenge last week. Two very tough matches were played, the U6s had a very good win and the U8s played a strong Caherconlish team who ran out winners in the end. U6 team: Ben Barrett, James Gallagher, Nessa Markham, Shane O’Dea, Jack Saddlier, Noah Brennan, William O’Sullivan, Paddy Kavanagh, Declan McNamara, Eva Markham, Aishling Prendergast, Griffin McCaffery, Nathan Graham, Colin Quish, Darragh Connaughton, Thomas Farrell, Leo O’Toole, well done to all who played on the night.

The day trip for U6, 8, 10 and 12 players has been fixed for Saturday September 21. They will be going to Trabolgan again this year as last years trip was such a success. Details and forms will be given out soon through each team coaches.

Preparations are under way for the club’s first fun evening in the Hospital field on Thursday 22 August and on the night they will have the (“Centre Hurling Cage” as part of the evening of games, races, tests of skill for everyone. All are welcome to attend this evening of fun, the club also hope to have the senior Munster hurling cup and one or two of the County hurlers stars too.

The Bord na Nog would like to congratulate Louise Ryan, one of the clubs twelve coaches who last Saturday was on the Limerick ladies football team who qualified for the All Ireland U16 football final On the day she scored 2 goals against Sligo in the semi-final. Best of luck to the other girls from St. Bridget’s ladies football team, who are managed by Mike Kennedy from Herbertstown, well done and best wishes to all in the final.

U12 FOOTBALL: Played host to Galtee Gaels last week. With the weather conditions not good both teams put in a great effort, ten minutes remained in the game and both sides trading point for point, Galtee Gaels got the break through goals to edge this tie.

U12 HURLING: The club travelled to Kilteely/Dromkeen last Thursday. Both teams battled hard against the elements, with the scores at Kilteely/Dromkeen 1 goal and 2 points to Hospital/Herbertstown 6 points up stepped Killian O’Shea to strike a free into the back of the net to seal a good victory.

PLAYERS TO PLAY: Jack Baggott, Sean Connaughton, Dylan O’Connor, Michael Howard, Thomas Ryan, Killian O’Shea, Shane O’Brien, Wayne Power, Jack Leonard, Evan O’Callaghan, Michael Durcan, James Gleeson, Dylan Hartnett, Colin Kelly, Harry Fox, Adam Boyle, Liam Kelly, Lorcan Ryans, Michael Leddin.

This Thursday the footballers travel to Ballylanders as part of the Pattern festival.

RESULTS: Leaving Cert results this week for the John the Baptist Community School students. a daunting time for them but they have come from a great school and everybody wishes them well. A few weeks ago they had their debs night in the Woodlands and many of the students were around Hospital waiting for the bus to take them there, the style was stunning from tip to toe, they really looked good. And there is a place for all of them out there.