Austin Stacks GAA Juvenile Club News

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PEIL FAOI 6: Our football fun sessions are being enjoyed by all….even by the mentors. (ii) We’ll have an extra important session on Thursdays for the summer season.

PEIL FAOI 8/10: We ve had a lot of football for these boys over the past few weeks with Kerry CoBoard Blitz over the Easter and Miltown/Castlemaine visit on Sunday last. This week sees the start of the GoGames with our Under8s heading to KoR on Wednesday
PEIL FAOI 12: (i) Our boys challenged Laune Rangers and Legion:
(ii) They played away v Tuosist in the County League (Division 9) on Sunday last (April 28th) and, after an exciting affair, our lads emerged………..

U12: There were excellent performances from all in this group in recent days with away matches to Laune Rangers (Div 1 and 1B) and Tousist (Div 9) and home to Legion , also in Division 9.

Beautiful weather and conditions were the order of the day when we travelled to Killorglin to play our old friends. Top class team play and skill saw the Black and Amber boys victorious in the Division 1A match on a score line of 5-17 to 2-8. A very tight match in the 1B encounter saw our hosts edging ahead at the final whistle 5-12 to 5-8.

A couple of days later , our Division 9 squad produced a magnificent display of heart and commitment, coming out on top again the Legion 2-14 to 2-2.

The same group then headed to Tuosist last Sunday evening for a great game against the  most accommodating and hospitable locals.

Finding Lauragh certainly proved a problem too far for Batty Bastable’s Sat Nav   (we hope he made it back to Tralee by the time of publication !) and we will put this down as the primary factor behind our reversal  – 4-14 to 5-7.

This weekend say the Division 1A and B squads in Connolly Park as we host Ballymac , with the well -thumbed passports of our Division 9 warriors ready for another stamping as we head for Dingle.

PEIL FAOI 14: (i) (a) Congratulations to our U14 Féile A winners. (b) Our As played in the 4th round of the County League at home v Laune Rangers on Wednesday (24th). After a tight 1st half the visitors led by aon chúilín amháin…1-5 to 1-6. We upped the tempo in the 2nd half with some excellent forward play which, i ndeireadh na dála, was too much for Rangers to handle! Final score: 4-16 to 2-9.

Our team: Michael Tansley; Marc Carmody, Lúcás Ó Cathasaigh, Jamie Horgan; Pádraig O’Halloran, Colm de Brún, Seán Ó Muimhneacháin; Aaron Nolan, Togor Silong; Jamie Ó Spring é (captaen), Noah Townsend, Ronan Mulrooney; Damien Hogan, Adam O’Carroll, Marc Ó Loingsigh. Subs: Seán Heaslip, Lúcás Mac Gearailt, Liam Moroney, Dylan Cunningham, Roan Gratton, Jack Slattery, Thomas Dereke, Ciarán Kavanagh. Every player was given game time and each one contributed to the win.

MOTM: Pádraig O’Halloran. (ii) (a) The U14Bs got their re-arranged County League Division 9A campaign off to a flying start in Connolly Park with an exciting 5-11 to 5-8 victory over Dr. Crokes. The game was played in the Nuns’ Field and we had a great crowd of vocal supporters. Both sides served up a high scoring exhibition od fine football and MOTM Ciarán Kavanagh contributed 2-1 from play. An fhoireann bhuacach: S.Conway (captaen); J.Slattery, R.Grattan, P.O’Halloran (0-1); J.Horgan, S.Heaslip, A.O’Carroll; T.Deregee (2-2), M.Carmody (0-1); C.Kavanagh (2-2), R.Mulrooney (0-3), T.O’Carroll (0-1); J.O’Connor (1-1); Subs: S.Cotter (+25 mins), E.Barry (+17 mins), B.Nagle (+13 mins), D.Slattery (+19 mins)(0-1). Well done, boys! (b) The Bs, captained by Adam O’Carroll, got their County League Division 9A back on schedule with a convincing 5-12 to 1-4 home victory over a spirited Laune Rangers side.

MOTM Dylan Cunningham gave a great display with a total haul of 4-2 from play. Some performance? (c) The team’s one remaining game in the group stage was played on Monday last (29th) v Keel/Listry in Keel. Panel: S.Cotter; L.Flynn, J.Slattery, E.Barry; C. Kavanagh, M.Nosidlak, B.Murphy; A.O’Carroll, B.Nagle, R.Mulrooney; D.Cunningham, J.O’Connor, D.Slattery; S.Conway.

PEIL FAOI 16: (i) Training this week will be on Wednesday and Friday evenings with starting times of 6.15pm (18:15). (ii) It was great to see the large number of players at training on Wednesday and Friday….an good group of enthusiastic lads. We payed Ballymac on Wednesday last.

CAMPA ‘CÚL’: The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camp will take place in Connolly Park from July 1st to July 5th. Register at www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps.
SENIORS: ‘Well done’ to our senior men who gave of their almighty best v Na Crócaigh.

 

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