The best wishes of the club are sent to Jamie Wall who was hospitalised yesterday evening thus not being available for the game. We understand Jamie has been moved to Dublin for treatment. We all hope Jamie will get well soon.
Kilbrittain 1-7 Valley rovers 2-17.
Following an encouraging first half and being level at half-time, it all went downhill during the second half as Kilbrittain suffered an unexplainable second half collapse, failing to score during that time and being reduced to 14 men near the end to add insult to injury.
The focus must now turn to the third round where the draw will contain Kilbrittain, Watergrasshill, Kilworth and the losers of Tracton / Blarney.
Kilbrittain are still in this championship.
Lessons must be learned!
Anyone interested in stewarding at either or both Munster finals, (Both are in Pairc ui Chaoimh) please contact Marion as soon as possible with your name and which match you are interested in. Marions number is 086 8346124.
See the above link for information on tickets for both Munster finals. If anyone wishes to book tickets from the club, please do so as soon as possible. In the event of tickets becoming scarce, paid up members will have priority over everyone else.
Best of luck to the Premier intermediate hurlers tonight in Ballinaspittle against Valley Rovers. 7:30pm
Best of luck to the Premier Intermediate hurlers who are in championship action on Saturday evening. They meet Valley Rovers in a repeat of last years 4th round. This time however, the stakes are higher as both teams are not certain of their status for next year as yet. A win will secure Premier Intermediate status for 2015 and a place in the 4th round draw. A loss will see the loser enter the 3rd round with one last chance of advancing. Best of luck again to the lads. Kilbrittain v Valley Rovers, Saturday 28th June 7:30pm in Ballinaspittle.
Well done to the Junior A hurlers who defeated St Marys 2-13 to 2-11 in the second round last night. They now await the third round draw. Well done to all concerned.
Report will appear in due course.!
While Brian Cuthbert has elected to start without the three dual players, Damien Cahalane, Aidan Walsh and Eoin Cadogan, he has nonetheless named an experienced side, with Noel Galvin the only championship débutant.
Best of luck to the Junior A hurlers who take on St Marys in the 2nd round of the championship tonight in Ballinascarthy at 8pm.
Well done to Mark Hickey who lined out with the Cork Primary Schools team in Thurles yesterday.
Well done also to Ross Cashman, Jamie Wall and Peter Brennan who were involved with the Cork Intermediate hurlers in their win over Clare in the Munster semi final.
Cork 4-17 Clare 2-20.
Best of luck to all in the final.
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