Arsenal boss Wenger pans disrespectful Xavi

“I spoke to Cesc in Ibiza and he said he was suffering, because he really wants to come,” Xavi said.

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KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has criticised Barcelona midfielder Xavi for claiming Cesc Fabregas is “suffering” at the Premier League club.

Arsenal rejected bids from Barcelona for the Spanish international last year and the European champions have again been linked with a move for Fabregas this close-season but Wenger was adamant that he would not lose his captain.

“I believe a mutual respect between the clubs should stop this kind of comment,” Wenger told the Guardian newspaper after his team beat a Malaysia XI 4-0 at the National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday.

“It is very disrespectful and it is not the first time that Xavi has been disrespectful to Arsenal Football Club,” said the Frenchman.

Earlier, Xavi told a news conference in Catalunya that former Barcelona trainee Fabregas, who is missing from the ongoing Asia tour with a muscle injury, was desperate to return to the club he left as a 16-year-old in 2003 .

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“It’s what he most wants, he’s done everything he can to come and wants Arsenal to let him go.”

“What is important is that Cesc Fabregas is contracted to Arsenal Football Club. Arsenal want to keep him.”

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger reacts during their English Premier League soccer match against Blackburn Rovers in Blackburn, northern England, May 3, 2010.

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Guide to Help You Choose a Good Chinese Wok

This conical metal pan can be used for stir-frying, deep-frying, braising, steaming, and stewing food. If you have a huge family or need to use the wok to cook for several people, then a 16” wok should work well for you.

Drawbacks

? The thicker base of Western cast iron woks leads to slow response to heat adjustments.

? They also take a long time to cool when taken off fire, and thus, food needs to be removed immediately to prevent overcooking.

? Heavier cast iron woks are extremely difficult to lift.

? They need to be seasoned to prevent food from sticking.

One of the most important pieces of Chinese cookware and used all over Asia, the wok is a great utensil known for its versatility. Moreover, they are likely to have dents and warps when used for high heat flash cooking. To avoid this, you can use a round-bottomed wok with wok rings that allow the wok to sit safely on the burner while cooking. A rounded wok does have the advantage of a deeper bottom that enables flash cooking and easy tossing of food, but they do not sit well on a Western style stove and are, thus, unable to come in full contact with the stove’s heating element. While you may be itching to get that huge wok you saw at the restaurant, it is advisable to consider certain things before choosing the wok size. While the classic woks used for Chinese cooking are round-bottomed, there are newer flat-bottomed ones available in the market that are suitable for conventional stoves. If seasoning is not done properly, food tends to stick.

Material

The metal type is the most important consideration when choosing a wok. They are, thus, not good enough for cooking stir-fry dishes.

Woks can be found in Asian grocery stores and restaurant supply shops. These handles are riveted or welded to the sides of the wok.

Carbon Steel Woks

Apart from the style, it is also important to pay attention to the material of the wok handles. Moreover, the food is not evenly cooked in these vessels. Seasoning is also needed to remove metallic tastes and odors from the food cooked in these vessels. Unfortunately, tossing and stir-frying with a flat-bottomed wok can be quite difficult. Ideally, the wok should be deep enough to allow you to toss the vegetables while cooking. That is why you need a flat-bottomed wok, especially if you are using electric burners. They are popular among home cooks and many chefs.

Benefits

? They do not need to be seasoned before being used. You need to choose the wok based on what you are comfortable with. Classic woks are round in shape, while the Western versions have a flat bottom that make them look like deep-frying pans.

Whether you need a round- or flat-bottomed wok, it depends on the stove you have. Choosing this handy utensil for your home can be a bit confusing. There is also the absence of “wok hei” flavor that food cooked in seasoned cast iron or carbon steel woks have.

? The Teflon coating is unable to withstand very high temperature. The ideal metal type for woks are carbon steel, which has been seasoned.

Size

There are many sizes of woks available in the market. The long stick-style handles are good for smaller woks. Stainless steel handles are heat-resistant, sturdy, and remain relatively cool for a long time.

Drawbacks

? They have to be seasoned so as to prevent food from sticking. While these woks may work for home chefs, they do not have even heat distribution or heat retention, thus, making them extremely inefficient for Chinese cooking. Long heat-resistant wood or plastic handles are your best bet. In China, the popular stick handle woks are known as “Peking pans.” Some of the newer woks in the market have a loop handle on one side and a stick-style handle on the other. You should ideally choose a ring that is 4″ smaller in diameter than the wok and fits the burner well.

Steel or aluminum woks coated with Teflon and PFA are popular in western countries. Getting a versatile modern wok is a decision you will never regret. To help you choose the right wok for your kitchen, this Buzzle write-up dishes out a few tips.

How to Choose a Chinese Wok

Handle

Woks generally come with two loop handles on either side or a long stick-style handle on one side. While cast iron and carbon steel are more commonly used, non-stick woks have also gained popularity in recent years.

Drawbacks

? These woks are expensive as compared to metal woks.

? They do not brown the food in the pan; instead, they retain the juices. This is because there are many types of woks available in the market. Each metal type has its own set of pros and cons. While Chinese-made cast iron woks are extremely thin and fragile, the Western versions are often thicker and heavier.

Benefits

? It’s the best wok for uniform heat distribution and retention.

? When seasoned, they impart a great flavor to the food.

? The Chinese version of cast iron woks are light, and thus, very handy when it comes to tossing food.

Cast Iron Woks

Non-stick Woks

Woks vary from a round bottom to shallow, flat bottom. They are also available in many popular kitchenware stores or online.

This is the most popular type of wok and is often considered the best metal for woks. They are good for novices.

? Non-stick surfaces are easier to clean.

? They require less oil for cooking.

In Chinese, the wok is called “dar shao” which directly translates as “Big Spoon”.

? The size and power of your burner

? What type of food you want to cook

? The amount of food to be cooked

While the woks used in restaurants are several feet in diameter, the ideal size of woks for most households should be around 14”. Moreover, there are different types of material and sizes to choose from. There are many professional chefs who will ask you to opt for these plain, uncoated woks.

Benefits

? The quick heat conduction and even transfer of heat help in faster and better cooking.

? Due to seasoning or carbonizing, there is a distinctive “wok hei” flavor imparted to the dishes.

? Carbon steel woks are relatively inexpensive as compared to other metal woks.

? They are lightweight and easy to lift especially while stir-frying.

? These woks are durable and strong.

Other material available include stainless steel and aluminum. These include:

Shape

Cast iron is a traditional metal wok used by the Chinese. The loop-style wok handles are seen in traditional woks and are best for large woks that cannot be lifted with just one handle. So, choose one with care, and you are sure to cherish it for years to come.

Football: GERS LOOKING; mailsport premier league HEMD IN RONALDO.

Alex McLeish was delighted his side ended their three-match losing streak ahead of the crunch European tie.

Watch the Boydie: Red-hot striker Kris Boyd slots home the opener that set Rangers on their way to a much-needed victory’ Hemdinger: Hemdani was in fine form

“Julien Rodriguez was excellent. And Chris Burke was different class.”

Hemdani said: “It was important to win this game after losing to Celtic last week.

He said: “We were under pressure going into this game. My players handled it well and it was great they didn’t go into a shell.

Goals from Kris Boyd and Barry Ferguson stopped Gers slumping to a fourth straight defeat against the Hibees but it was Hemdani who stole the show in his first game since the 2-1 defeat at Easter Road in November.

Copyright 2006 Gale, Cengage Learning. Alan Hutton and Stevie Smith also played well. They’re a good technical side but we also have good players.”

And he claims anything less than finishing second in the SPL and a last-eight spot in the Champions League will be unacceptable.

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COMEBACK king Brahim Hemdani played himself into contention for a start in Wednesday’s Champions League clash against Villarreal with a dazzling display in Rangers’ 2-0 win over Hibs yesterday.. I now hope we can get a victory over Villarreal.

Now the French Algerian is setting his sights on a dream end to a nightmare first season in Scotland.

“I don’t want one without the other.

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“It was a difficult week in training because the players wanted to beat Celtic so much

How Do You Know He Is Well Endowed? by Ruth Purple

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One indication of a well-endowed man is very apparent- his tight fitting pants are about to pop out. Now, that you know the basic sizes of the reproductive organs, let?s go back to the much awaited answer to the question, how do you know if he is well endowed without going down there? Some girls say when he walks like John Wayne in a Western movie or has an ex-girlfriend that walks like John Wayne in a Western movie then most probably he is well-endowed.

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According to surveys 85% of girls are satisfied with their partner?s penis size but on the other hand men are 55% satisfied with their own penises. How can you tell if a man has a borderline high testosterone level? It is said that a man who sports more facial and body hair and who posses a deep manly voice and exudes that ?macho? aura has an active libido.

Last night my girlfriends and I decided to go out and check out this new bar near my block and after a few ladies drinks, a gorgeous guy passed by? ?Uhmmm, he?s hot but I think he has a tiny ?weeny? ?? commented my friend Jaime. And for some women, it?s the girth size that matters; the feeling of tightness when he enters her is what counts. ?I never returned his calls after that.? After that fun and interesting night, I started thinking about people, to whom penis size matters.

Yes, at some point size does matter but usually, skills beat size at all levels

Tulsa Reserve Deputy’s Attorneys Release Training Records

He has been charged with second-degree manslaughter.

The Tulsa County volunteer deputy has disputed a Tulsa World report that sheriff’s office supervisors were ordered to falsify his training records.

The World said at least three of Bates’ supervisors were transferred for refusing to go along with the requests, and said it consulted multiple sources who spoke on condition of anonymity, but it gave no indication how those sources were familiar with the situation.

Bates told NBC’s “Today” show on Friday that he was certified for his position and had the documentation to prove it.

Harris’ family attorney — who had questioned Bates’ qualifications as a reserve deputy — did not return a message seeking comment Saturday. Defense attorneys released some of the training records Saturday for a 73-year-old volunteer sheriff’s deputy charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed suspect in Oklahoma.

The records for Robert Bates include certificates showing what training he received, job evaluation reports and weapons training and qualification records dating to 2008.

Bates’ attorneys said the 64 pages of records released to The Associated Press and other news organizations include records Bates copied and kept for himself. A call to the district attorney’s office rang unanswered, and the sheriff’s office referred questions to Wood.

“I want to do everything I can to make sure that people know that this allegation of falsified records is not true,” Wood said.

Tulsa Reserve Deputy’s Attorneys Release Training Records – ABC News. Although there are time gaps in the documents provided, some of the records seem to indicate Bates was proficient in firearms and dozens of other training courses.

“For the first time today, we feel like someone’s starting to look at the other side of this as far as his qualifications,” Scott Wood, an attorney for Bates, said after the documents were released.

Bates has said he mistakenly pulled out a handgun rather than a stun gun when he fatally shot Eric Harris on April 2 as he lay on the ground

Forecast of Lotteries & Organized Gambling in China, Including Trends and Forecast Market for Lottery Ticket Sales up to 2007

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– Hong Kong Jockey Club: Company Details

– 2 China’s Lottery Market

– Overview of China’s demographics and macroeconomics.

– Hong Kong Jockey Club: Betting Facilities Operation

– Stdm: Recent Developments

– Forecast of lotteries organized gambling in China, including trends and forecast market for lottery ticket sales up to 2007;

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– Hong Kong Jockey Club: Company Background

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– Hong Kong Jockey Club

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– Statistical analysis of China’s lottery market size and ticket sales, including by type of lottery and by major city, up to 2004;

– Sociedade De Turismo E Diversoes De Macau (Stdm)

– Stdm: Future Strategy

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Page 22: Third Presidential Debate: Full Transcript

It means our goods aren’t as competitive and we lose jobs. Now that’s estimated to create 800,000 jobs, the problem is they won’t be here, they’ll be in places like China.

We absolutely have to make more progress and that’s why we’re going to keep on pressing.

We have enormous trade imbalance with China, and it’s worse this year than last year, and it’s worse last year than the year before. It’s not government investments that makes businesses grow and hire people.

And when it comes to our military and Chinese security, part of the reason that we were able to pivot to the Asia-Pacific region after having ended the war in Iraq and transitioning out of Afghanistan, is precisely because this is going to be a massive growth area in the future.

That’s the kind of leadership we’ve shown in the region. It’s not my term, it’s the president’s own secretary of defense called these trillion dollars of cuts to our military devastating. And there’s one going on right now, which we don’t know about it. They don’t want to see protectionism. And then we noticed that there was more than one with that same serial number. They’re stealing our intellectual property, our patents, our designs, our technology, hacking into our computers, counterfeiting our goods.

SCHIEFFER: All right.

If we had taken your advice Governor Romney about our auto industry, we’d be buying cars from China instead of selling cars to China.

We’ll also make sure that we have trade relations with China that work for us. auto industry. And, unfortunately, Governor Romney’s budget and his proposals would not allow us to make those investments.. It was President Bush that wrote the first checks. And they’re winning.

Now, they look at us and say, Is it a good idea to be with America? How strong are we going to be? How strong is our economy? They look at the fact that we owe ‘em a trillion dollars and owe other people $16 trillion in total, including that.

I want a great relationship with China. They don’t want to see the world break out into — into various forms of chaos, because they have to — they have to manufacture goods and put people to work and they have about 20,000 — 20 million, rather, people coming out of the farms every year coming into the cities, needing jobs.

If we take your advice with respect to how we change our tax codes so that companies that earn profits overseas don’t pay U.S. But I’ve made a different bet on American workers.

They have to understand we want to trade with them. taxes compared to companies here that are paying taxes. I mean that’s how our free market works. exporters since 1993.

(CROSSTALK)

OBAMA: In fact, just recently steelworkers in Ohio and throughout the Midwest — Pennsylvania — are in a position now to sell steel to China because we won that case. I disagree with that. company, the same packaging, these were being sold into our market and around the world as if they were made by the U.S. They don’t want war. They feel as if they had finally an administration who was going to take this issue seriously.

Let me also note that the greatest threat that the world faces, the greatest national security threat is a nuclear Iran.

And fortunately…

They look at America’s commitments around the world and they see what’s happening, and they say, well, OK. But this can’t keep on going. I have to say that Governor Romney criticized me for being too tough in that tire case; said this wouldn’t be good for American workers and that it would be protectionist.

ROMNEY: They look at our — our decision to — to cut back on our military capabilities. I’ve watched year in and year out as companies have shut down and people have lost their jobs because China has not played by the same rules, in part by holding down artificially the value of their currency. I like American cars. And we put a stop to it and as a consequence saved jobs throughout America. China has an interest that’s very much like ours in one respect, and that is they want a stable world. It holds down the prices of their goods. That’s why on day one, i will label them a currency manipulator, which allows us to apply tariffs where they’re taking jobs. My dad was head of a car company. And I would do nothing to hurt the U.S. My plan to get the industry on its feet when it was in real trouble was not to start writing checks. Is America going to be strong? And the answer is, yes, if I’m president, America will be very strong.

And, you know, that’s — you’re right. ROMNEY: I just want to take one of those points, again, attacking me as not talking about an agenda for — for getting more trade and opening up more jobs in this country. And we’re organizing trade relations with countries other than China so that China starts feeling more pressure about meeting basic international standards.

But I tell you, those workers don’t feel that way. We understand it. We like free enterprise, but you got to play by the rules.

Let’s talk about China. A trillion dollars. It’s not my term, it’s the president’s own Secretary of Defense, called them devastating.

Governor?

They’re making some progress; they need to make more. We can work with them, we can collaborate with them, if they’re willing to be responsible.

SCHIEFFER: Well, Governor, let me just ask you. The secretary of defense called these trillion dollars of cuts to our military devastating. And so we can be a partner with China. exports have doubled since I came into office, to China and actually currencies are at their most advantageous point for U.S. Nothing could be further from the truth.

And we believe China can be a partner, but we’re also sending a very clear signal that America is a Pacific power; that we are going to have a presence there. But the president mentioned the auto industry and that somehow I would be in favor of jobs being elsewhere. I said they need — these companies need to go through a managed bankruptcy. They were counterfeit products being made overseas with the same serial number as a U.S. That’s the kind of leadership that we’ll continue to show.

So they want the economy to work and the world to be free and open. That’s the reason why we have brought more cases against China for violating trade rules than the other — the previous administration had done in two terms. We have to say to our friend in China, look, you guys are playing aggressively. This can’t go on.

I’m a son of Detroit. I was born in Detroit. It’s a silent one. We want a world that’s stable. You can’t keep on holding down the value of your currency, stealing our intellectual property, counterfeiting our products, selling them around the world, even to the United States.

OBAMA: Well, Governor Romney’s right, you are familiar with jobs being shipped overseas because you invested in companies that were shipping jobs overseas.

ROMNEY: Well, they sell us about this much stuff every year, and we sell them about this much stuff every year. And we’ve won just about every case that we’ve filed, that has been decided.

And if we’re not making investments in education and basic research, which is not something that the private sector is doing at a sufficient pace right now and has never done, then we will lose the (inaudible) in things like clean energy technology.

ROMNEY: Well, first of all, it’s not government that makes business successful. We had a tire case in which they were flooding us with cheap domestic tires — or — or cheap Chinese tires. So it’s pretty clear who doesn’t want a trade war. If we don’t have the best education system in the world, if we don’t continue to put money into research and technology that will allow us to create great businesses here in the United States, that’s how we lose the competition. China can be our partner, but — but that doesn’t mean they can just roll all over us and steal our jobs on an unfair basis.

Now with respect to what we’ve done with China already, U.S. Is that — isn’t there a risk that that could happen?

I was with one company that makes valves and — and process industries and they said, look, we were — we were having some valves coming in that — that were broken and we had to repair them under warranty and we looked them and — and they had our serial number on them. And in that process, they can get government help and government guarantees, but they need to go through bankruptcy to get rid of excess cost and the debt burden that they’d — they’d built up.

Over the long term, in order for us to compete with China, we’ve also got to make sure, though, that we’re taking — taking care of business here at home. If you declare them a currency manipulator on day one, some people are — say you’re just going to start a trade war with China on day one. That’s got to end.

I know Americans had seen jobs being shipped overseas; businesses and workers not getting a level playing field when it came to trade. We don’t have to be an adversary in any way, shape or form. And so we have to understand that we can’t just surrender and lose jobs year in and year out. And that’s the reason why I set up a trade task force to go after cheaters when it came to international trade. competitor. We are working with countries in the region to make sure, for example, that ships can pass through; that commerce continues

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Corner-forward Kevin O’Connor opened the scoring for the Senior footballers after five minutes and Eoghan Nolan rattled in his team’s first goal two minutes later the set up the Shelmaliers after good inter-play from Brian Doyle and Glen Malone.

Under-8 combined camogie/ladies’ football training will resume on Wednesday, April 15, from 6-7.30 p.m. Our Under-14s (Wygram Gaels) took on Geraldine O’Hanrahans and won by 4-12 to 2-2. Anne’s and take on Clongeen at 5 p.m. Again it was another tough game as Clonard trailed behind Kilanerin at half-time (2-8 to 1-4), but they dug their heels in deep for the second-half as they knew they had the ability to win this game and fought hard until the final whistle. Your support was greatly appreciated.

Well done to all our Under-12 girls who stepped up to the mark also and played great football. A big thank you to the management team – Shirley Roche, Brendan Rochford, Estelle Murphy – and to all the parents who travelled down and stayed for the day as your support was much appreciated. The Intermediates beat Mount Leinster Rangers from Carlow in Hollymount on Good Friday by 4-3 to 2-7, while the Seniors defeated home side Ferns St. in the club.

Both teams are in action in the second round on Sunday, with the Juniors at home to St. Ibar’s.

CLONGEEN

ST. Our lads’ hard work, constant training and the dedication of the team and their mentors Diarmuid Devereux, Paul Goff and Patrick Kavanagh paid off.

Well done to the adult first team which beat Bannow on Sunday in Enniscorthy. Anne’s meet Fethard.

KILMORE

Training: Monday, Under-14 hurling at 6 p.m. The numbers drawn were 5, 18, 22 and 24. James’ 2-4, St. IBAR’S/SHELMALIER

The Under-12s had a good game with Monageer-Boolavogue, with shining efforts from Cian, Conor, Ryan, Josh, Eric and Clinton. All are welcome to attend.

The lotto jackpot now stands at EUR18,000. The final score was Clonard/Volunteers 5-17, Horeswood 1-5.

The Minor ladies play in the championship on Wednesday against Oulart at 6.30 p.m. The numbers were 1, 5, 8, 24.

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Tensions were high in the last five minutes when the scores were equal but the brave Caitlin Murphy was pulled down which resulted in a penalty which Chelsea sent in to the back of the net and this resulted in a win for Clonard.

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We have received sponsorship for a new set of jerseys for the Féile from Phil Cullen, South East Financial Services, Gorey. In a few weeks our baby butters (Under-6s) will be back on Wednesdays from 6.30 to 7.30 p.m.

Anyone looking for half-zip tops, contact Peter Ennis (086-3886564).

Our Intermediate footballers were beaten in the first round of the championship last weekend by Ferns on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-9. Patrick’s club will be hosting the Under-14 2015 football Féile, taking place from Friday, June 26, until Sunday, June 28. Well done to all concerned on the perfect beginning to the season.

The jackpot for the lotto is rising steadily with the next draw up to EUR5,600. Anne’s 0-9, St. You are asked to give both teams your support.

It was a busy Easter for our club, starting on Easter Sunday morning. to 12 noon at the hurling wall in Glynn-Barntown G.A.A. Call Ger on 087-2814304 to find out more.

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SARSFIELDS

A committee meeting is scheduled for Wednesday at 8 p.m. Kinsella, Kenneth Byrne for Sheridan.

And coming in the wake of our great Féile win on Easter Monday this has most certainly been a good week for the club. Anne’s and St. Next week’s jackpot will be EUR5,600.

Upcoming fixtures: Under-12s play away to St. for Under-6, Under-8 and Under-10, and 4-5.30 p.m. Doyle, Linzi Lanigan, Katie Lacey.

A very happy birthday to club stalwart Jack Acton who recently celebrated his 80th birthday.

SHELMALIERS

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Prizes: first man home, EUR50; first woman home, EUR50; second man home, EUR25; second woman home, EUR25; third man home, EUR20; third woman home, EUR20; additional spot prizes.

In the Senior game Starlights were 1-5 to 1-2 down at half-time having played against a strong wind. Please support the local club.

Our Junior footballers got their season off to a start on Saturday against the Starlights. throw-in.

Coiste na nOg begin their hurling and football academy for Junior infants and children born in 2009 on Saturday, April 25, from 10.30 a.m. Well done to Rebecca Foley who scored a massive 4-10 in two games.

Well done to the Intermediate camogie squad which defeated Kilrush on Friday.

Team: Kate Kavanagh; Megan Goucher, Chloe Keeling, Ciara Brennan; Niamh Tormey, Hollie Sinnott, Chelsea Pitman; Sarah Murhpy, Allanah Anglim; Sarah Murphy, Lauren Gordon, Lauren Roche; Simone Kemp, Rebecca Dowdall, Caitlin Murphy; Tara Foley.

TAGHMON-CAMROSS

The Under-14 boys’ teams are busy with football also with practice matches against the Volunteers and Sarsfields, and championship games against Geraldine O’Hanrahans and Horeswood coming up.

Junior hurling training continues on Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 p.m. in Páirc Charman; Saturday, ladies’ football for girls aged eight to 16 in Páirc Charman

Our Intermediate football lost out to Kilanerin by 0-18 to 2-6 while the Junior team also lost to Fethard by 2-10 to 0-11.

Our Under-14 footballers play against Our Lady’s Island on Thursday at 7.30 p.m. The Under-14 footballers start their championship with a home match against Sarsfields on April 23.

The Under-10s had their first camogie blitz of the year in Glynn on Saturday. in Kilmore.

We would like to thank each and every girl – Libby Bierney, Ciara Brennan, Niamh Tormey, Hollie Sinnott, Chelsey Pitman, Caitlin Murphy, Casey Jane Jordan, Ellen O’Connor, Emily Kavanagh, Dena Lee Grassick Bergin, Erin Duffin, Alliot Kutton, Tara Murphy, Zoe Anglim, Caoimhe Brendan Rochford, Caoimhe Kara Lawlor, Tamzin Howell, Ciara Shannon – you did your club proud your performance on and off the pitch was exceptional.

Preparations are in full swing for Féile which takes place in Wexford on the last weekend in June. (086-7318018).

The season for our under-age hurlers and footballers and camogie players is now well under way so please come up to support our many rising stars when you can. Enjoy the celebrations.

Finishing touches are now being put in place on our clubhouse and surrounds in anticipation of the official opening on May 17. Our Junior ‘B’ team was beaten by St. St. Mary’s (Rosslare) at 7 p.m. ANNE’S

Well done to Stephen O’Gorman, Ian Carty and Stephen Stafford who were on the Wexford Minor hurling panel last weekend when they beat Laois in the Leinster championship.

RAPPAREES-STARLIGHTS

On Sunday the women travelled up to Kilanerin. The Seniors went down to Fethard by 1-9 to 1-2 in New Ross while the Juniors lost to St. Ger Redmond is looking for your scrap metal to raise money for these two groups. We wish them every happiness in the future.

BLACKWATER

Training times in Páirc Charman: Under-10 girls, Wednesday, 6.30 to 7.30 p.m.; Under-12 girls, Monday and Wednesday, 6.30 to 7.30 p.m.; Under-8 boys, Wednesday, 6.30 to 7.30 p.m.; Under-10 boys, Tuesday, 6.15 to 7.30 p.m.; Under-12 boys, Tuesday, 6.30 to 7.45 p.m. on Saturday.

Finally, many thanks to Dr. There was no joy for the second team which went down to Kilrush.

Membership is now overdue and must be paid ASAP. in Rathangan.

Congratulations to Jenny McLoughlin who was winner of the lotto jackpot last week. Best of luck to all our Leaving Cert. Special thanks to John ‘Sammy’ Sinnott who sponsored the hamper, and also thanks to Andrew at Goldsmith’s Shop and Sinnott’s pub for ticket sales. A joint committee has been formed with the ladies’ G.A.A. If anyone is interested in helping out with an under-age team please contact Ciarán Ruth.

Our sympathy goes to the families of Nancy Smith and Stevie Martin, former club Secretary, who both passed away recently.

Well done to our club referees who are making a name for themselves. against Duffry Rovers on Sunday also.

ST. All are welcome – contact Paudie on 087-6479944 for more details.

Fixtures: April 14, Under-14 camogie v. grounds. on another win for the county Minor squad.

CLONARD LADIES

Again the scores did not come easy as they sent many chances wide. Kieran McCormack who gave an excellent talk in the club last week on concussion management for sportspeople. The next game is Thursday at 7 p.m. in the clubhouse and it is important we have a full attendance.

The Juniors continued the good form when they overcame Clonard by 4-16 to 2-7 in Páirc Charman on Sunday evening.

Registrations are due now ASAP. Martin’s and Faythe Harriers. Murphy Park, Enniscorthy on Saturday, April 18, at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to Under-12 manager Georgina Roche on the occasion of her marriage to Chris Cosgrave on Saturday in Glynn. in Ferns.

The footballers take the field again this Saturday against Clonard. With over 15,00 hits per month it’s a great way to get your company known. James’ in the first round of the District championship.

The Juniors took on Gorey away on Saturday morning and travelled by bus to find that Gorey had only ten players. The game was close throughout but Gusserane grabbed their winner late into injury time and so we now take on Starlights in round two on Sunday in Taghmon at 6.30 p.m.

Brian Culleton was the goalscorer and all the players gave it their best and played very well for their first match this year, so keep up the good work.

Huge numbers turned out in the clubhouse as orders were taken on Wednesday for new club gear (boys and girls age seven years to adult XL). The girls had all of the possession but just could not send in more scores.

In the second game our Juniors were well ahead at the interval by 1-9 to 0-3, allowing the Shamrocks to stage a comeback in the second-half but, holding out with tenacity, the Stars went on to take the win, making it two out of two. Thanks also to all the sponsors who donated prizes for the raffle and the ladies who provided teas, sandwiches and buns. Training times are: Under-8 to Under-12, Wednesday, 6-7 p.m.; Under-14 and Under-16, also 6- p.m.; Minor and adult, 7-8.30 p.m. Customers will be contacted when the order arrives.

As always all our match and training updates will be on Clonard ladies’ Facebook page or contact the club phone (085-1397986). The place is looking great both inside and out, reflecting the huge amount of work that has been put in over recent months.

Many thanks to the coaches and helpers whose contribution ensured that the annual Easter camp in Hollymount was a resounding success. The score was 0-18 to 2-8. O’Brien (black card), Aodhán Doyle for B. Next week’s jackpot is a massive EUR17,750.

The rainbow over Camolin on Saturday evening definitely seemed to be a good omen for the Starlights in the first round of both the Senior and Junior football championships, with our Seniors beating Castletown by 2-7 to 1-6 and our Juniors beating our close neighbours the Shamrocks by 1-11 to 2-6 at the same venue.

The Naomh Éanna charity cycle challenge group is holding a table quiz tomorrow (Wednesday) in McGovern’s pub at 9 p.m. They took their chances and turned around the score to get the points in the bag by 4-11 to 2-14.

Well done to ‘Skinner’ and the Wexford Minors who won the first round of their championship on Saturday in Innovate Wexford Park, seeing off the challenge of Laois.

Patrick Kavanagh, the club’s under-age Chairman, congratulated the teams and thanked Conor McDonald for doing the presentation and Conor Carton for the sponsorship. It was the Senior footballers who began the day when they took on Adamstown in Bree and were always in control, resulting in a 4-13 to 0-3 victory.

Our Under-14 hurlers played their first championship match in Division 4 on Sunday against Buffers Alley. At midfield Rory the dynamo was working tirelessly and was assisted by Adam and Richard. The five lucky dip winners were John Berry, Catherine Buttle, John Roche, Annette Murphy, Aine and Aaron who each received EUR30. while the Seniors will take on Shelmaliers in Wexford Park at 2 p.m.

The Under-18s face Rathnure at home on Thursday, April 16, while our Under-16 team begin their championship on Monday away to Craanford at 7 p.m.

Some businesses have availed of advertising spots on our website. We unfortunately did not advance to the next stage having tried hard but will rally for the Féile football .

The new surface on the car park is a welcome upgrade. Our Féile captain, Odhran Carty, and vice-captain, Anto Larkin, along with mentors John Walsh, Fran Carty, Michael O`Toole and Jason Sheridan were guests of honour at the Wexford Supporters’ Club launch of their calendar of events at the Riverside Park Hotel on Thursday.

They are playing in first round of the football against Craanford on Thursday, April 16, in Ballyroebuck at 7 p.m.

Intermediate team: Niamh Potter; Maeve Doyle, Sinéad Kelly, Lisa Quill; Fiona Cullen, Catherine Doyle, Aine Barron; Shelly Doyle, Ciara Corrigan; Lisa Murphy, Michelle Harding (0-2), Ciara Neville; Catherine Roche (0-1), Michelle Hearne (3-0), Shauna Kelly (1-0). against Tara Rocks in the second round of the championship.

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The Under-16 team opened their championship with a confident win over Taghmon-Camross in Killurin on Thursday and good displays from all over the field , while the Junior team gave a great account of themselves versus Gusserane on Tuesday but were overcome in the end.

There is still time to get your Model County tickets for this year from any club members. against St. The last day to pay is Wednesday, April 29 – no registration means no training or games.

Both the Shelmalier Senior and Junior footballers had very encouraging opening matches in the first rounds of the championships on Sunday. Horeswood at 8 p.m. Our next game in the championship is fixed for this coming Sunday in Blackwater at 6.30 p.m. Well done to Ciarán who played at right half-back with the Minor hurlers in their win over Laois at the same venue last weekend.

Our Junior footballers play on Saturday in Bellefield at 5 p.m. Can patrons please note and observe the four reserved disabled car parking spaces?

The Junior ladies travelled to Castletown on Friday and lost by 6-8 to 3-8. Aogán Ó Fearghail.

On Thursday our Under-16 girls travelled away to Fethard to play their first game of the season. A text will be sent out for your times.

There is a monster metal campaign under way in aid of the Naomh Éanna development fund and cancer charities. in Horeswood; April 18, Under-12 camogie blitz at 11 a.m. Anne’s by 0-10 to 0-4 in Rathangan.

There was no jackpot winner in the last draw, with four match three winners. Anne’s 0-10, Sarsfields 0-4; Senior ladies’ football league, St. The final was then played on Sunday, April 12, in inclement weather but it was a bridge too far as the girls came up against a very strong Taghmon side who won by 3-7 to 1-5.

Our Junior ‘B’s play the opening game in the Wexford District championship on Friday at 7 p.m. Her Under-12 protégés were on hand to provide a colourful surprise after the wedding when they formed a guard of honour in full camogie dress for the happy couple. Well done boys.

Under-12 training continues on Saturday mornings. girls who are doing their Irish orals this week.

There was no winner of the weekly lotto. Again a big thank you to Phil for this sponsorship. JOHN’S VOLUNTEERS

Our Juvenile footballers had their first championship match last night (Monday, April 13) against Glynn-Barntown (result available on our website). Our players are all young this year but after a good display from all they were beaten by a bigger and stronger Buffers Alley team by 3-4 to 1-0.

ST. Gorey (time and venue TBA); April 19, Senior football championship v. The talk was well-attended by club coaches and is part of our effort to raise awareness of this key safety issue among all club members.

As mentioned above the official opening of our new facility has been fixed for Sunday evening, May 17. Tickets are available on the night of the draw or from any committee member.

Anyone who has still not paid their club membership would be advised to do so immediately.

Well done Pat Fitzharris Snr. The Under-14 hurlers took part in the Féile blitz in Buffers Alley. Unfortunately, they lost out to Buffers Alley who won both of their games to proceed to the next stage.

Training this week is on Tuesday and Thursday. Again the scores were slow to come but did not reflect the fast pace of the game, which Bunclody won.

Our Intermediate ‘A’ team was beaten by two points in the first round of the championship on Saturday in Bellefield by Réalt na Mara. James’ at 3.30 p.m., with the Juniors in Coolree at 11.30 a.m. Hard luck ladies.

The Under-14 hurlers had a comprehensive win over Marshalstown in Farmleigh on Thursday. Mogue’s (Fethard) at 5 p.m. and all are welcome.

Our Senior footballers were defeated by 1-12 to 1-11 by Gusserane in the first round of the championship on Sunday in Innovate Wexford Park. The grand jackpot prize of EUR15,000 remains to be won so please contact any committee member about signing up to the lotto.

Can all team managers etc. MARTIN’S

Our girls’ Under-14 football team did fantastically well to reach the county Féile final by getting past Horeswood and Shelmaliers on a very dramatic Easter Monday in Killurin. Anne’s 6-8, Horeswood 3-3; Under-14 hurling Division 3, St. Subs: John O’Brien (Cork, 0-1) for D. It was great to see some of the Minor girls come through and get a run out with the adult team. The league itself starts in a couple of weeks.

KILRUSH-ASKAMORE

The club lotto numbers drawn on Sunday, April 5, were 8, 9, 12 and 22 and we had one match three winner, Lisa McDonald, who gets EUR50. A number of the players have been seen wearing the tops over the last few days and there has been lots of positive feedback from the public.

The Senior footballers are out next Sunday, April 19, in New Ross against St. The winning numbers were 1, 9, 16, 18 and bonus number 31. Until payment is received, players are not covered for medical expenses or loss of wages.

The Intermediate team play Bunclody in the second round of the championship in Patrick’s Park on Sunday at 2.30 p.m.

SHAMROCKS

The Under-16 footballers made the long journey to Kilanerin on Sunday morning to play Ballinastragh Gaels, coming out winners with the scoreline 2-9 to 3-5. You can register for the event online through runireland.com or simply use the links provided on our website.

Easter Monday night’s presentation was a great success, held in the parish hall in Camolin, for Under-12s, Under-14s, Under-16s and Minors. Torrential rain and hailstones during the interval seemed to reduce the force of the wind in the second period, making nothing easy for the Starlights who kicked well throughout against a strong and fit opposition.

The second round of football championship should be next weekend, followed by maybe two weeks of hurling, but check the weekly fixtures please.

Our Under-16 footballers play in the second round of the championship against Oylegate-Glenbrien in Blackwater on Monday, April 20, at 7.30 p.m.

ST. Doyle, Sinéad Kelly for Tector.

Better luck we hope this week when the Intermediate footballers travel to St. The next draw is on Tuesday, April 21, in Taghmon.

Club gear is now being ordered for anyone who would like to place an order.

There was no winner of the Shelmalier lotto on April 6 when the numbers drawn were 10, 15, 29 and 31. Well done lads.

There will be a committee meeting on Monday, April 20, at 8 p.m. The ladies’ adult Intermediate team have started their season well and were in good form on Friday when they beat Bunclody by 3-6 to 0-10 in Piercestown.

Senior team: Niamh Potter; Maeve Quill, Leona Tector, Ciara Neville; Aine Barron, Catherine Doyle, Ciara Corrigan; Shelly Doyle, Aine Lacey; Shauna Kelly, Kate Kelly (0-6), Sandy Carr (0-3); Deirdre McMahon, Michelle Hearne (1-0), Michelle Harding (2-0). – Jane Mythen for M. All the boys and one girl all enjoyed their games.

The Juniors were also never threatened by Clonard with two goals each from Tony Smith and James Cash. James’ v. Horeswood Senior game last Sunday, and Billy Dodd will handle his first-ever Senior championship tie in Taghmon next Sunday when St.

There was plenty of ladies’ football activity last week with the club hosting their section of Féile. There were two lucky match three winners and they were Peter Ryan and Michael Donohoe.

Good luck to the Under-14s who are away to Bunclody in the league on Tuesday, April 14, at 6.30 p.m., and to the Under-12s who play in a cluster blitz in Fr. The Seniors now play Sarsfields in Wexford Park on Sunday.

Our Under-14 team play their first round of the Division 3 championship away to Réalt na Mara this Thursday at 7 p.m.

The club’s Facebook page has photos of the presentation night, the recent Féile hurling blitz and much more. Jamie scored an outstanding goal with an overhead strike.

Training is on Tuesday and Thursday.

Under-6 and Under-8 camogie training continues today (Tuesday) in Clonattin at 6 p.m.

The Under-14 camogie team play in the championship tonight against Ferns at 6.30 p.m. Again the girls worked really hard, defeating Duffry Rovers and St. Two very entertaining matches were played against Fethard and New Ross in miserable conditions. club and a number of fundraisers are planned over the coming weeks. and Under-10 and Under-12 hurling at 7 p.m. Thank you Conor for doing this, and for signing tops and allowing the children to take photographs with him.

Congratulations to Cian Kehoe and Josh McMahon on reaching the final of the All-Ireland doubles and commiserations to Glenn Murphy who lost the singles semi-final.

Nonetheless it was a fantastic achievement by the girls to get that far and they now have the national Féile to look forward to in June. James’ on April 22; Under-14s play away to the Shels on April 20; Clonard/Volunteers Minor girls play away to the Shels on April 27.

Model County Draw tickets are now on sale from Clonard ladies with fantastic prizes. St. Minor hurling team which defeated Offaly to become the Leinster League champions in Wexford Park on Saturday week, and were also vital components in the opening championship game versus Laois when again Wexford took the spoils. A very tired and sunburned Clonard team just could not keep them out but played their hearts out until the final whistle where Taghmon secured their win in the final.

Wow, what a great day for Clonard ladies as our Under-14 girls travelled down to Taghmon to take part in the county Féile on Bank Holiday Monday. Fintan’s at 11.30 a.m. Not to be deterred, our girls who had set off in numbers loaned five players to the opposition and played a practice game, winning by 6-11 to 0-5 having already been awarded the points.

CLONARD

Our Junior ‘B’ team start their District championship against Kilmore this Friday at 7 p.m. Shirley is looking forward to a great season with this talented team.

There is a committee meeting for all committee members this Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Make sure to check our Facebook page to get the details.

Our Under-14s are away to Clongeen on Thursday, April 16.

Rowan, David and Jack were part of the Co. We would ask Senior members and parents to give up two hours of your time over three days to raise much-needed funds for our growing club. The next draw takes place in Blackwater clubhouse on Monday, April 20.

All under-age teams are training now, so if your boy or girl has not returned yet, or would like to start for the first time, see the contacts on the club noticeboard or on www.kilaneringaa.ie.

The Under-10 hurlers played two grading matches Sunday morning in the Caulfield League. The full-time score was 5-13 to 0-5. Fintan’s 1-3; Junior ‘A’ football championship, St. JOSEPH’S

Féile hurling took place on Sunday week in Killurin and the boys came up against strong opposition in the form of St. St. Wednesday.

The Easter Raffle draw was held in the Sycamore House on Thursday night and club President Mary Roche was on hand to officiate.

A great game of hurling was played Thursday evening in Coolcotts. Mary’s, Rosslare (time TBA) in Tagoat; April 16, Under-14 football v. Four match three winners shared EUR200, namely Eithne McGee, Bricketstown, Kathleen Harpur, Bannow, John Brown, Cullenstown, and Jim Ferguson, Kilderry. Overall the management and girls were pleased with their first performance despite the big difference in the score.

The club would like to thank all who supported the draw in any way and in particular our main sponsors, Mary and Declan Roche of the Sycamore House, and a special mention to the hard-working committee and Julie Kearney who put so much work into assembling the hamper and gathering other prizes.

The training tops were sponsored by Conor Carton of Carton’s Daybreak in Camolin. Anne’s to qualify for the quarter-final but they were defeated by Shelmaliers at that stage.

As always Clonard ladies would like to invite new players to come along and join in our fun training sessions. Users can only book training two weeks in advance.

Under-age training continues at the moment on Saturdays in Camolin from 4-5 p.m. in Páirc Charman; Friday, Under-8 at 6 p.m. They now meet Kilanerin’s second string in Monamolin on Saturday at 5 p.m.

Team: Seán Sheridan; Lee Kinsella, Brendan Travers, Tom Stafford; Pedro Travers (capt., 1-1), Simon Doran, Joseph O’Connor; Conor Hughes (1-1), John O’Brien (Ramsfort Park); Dara McDonald (0-3), Pádraig Doyle (1-0), Seán Doyle (0-1); William Cullen (0-3, 2 frees), Barry Kinsella (2-0), David O’Brien (0-3). Well done to all girls and mentors.

St. Patrick’s on Thursday in the first round of the hurling championship.

Winners: luxury hamper, Bernadette Curtis; Riverbank meal voucher, Diarmuid Curran; Riverbank meal voucher, Ned Martin; designer t-shirt, Jack Curran; bottles of wine, Tony Butler, Eimear O’Gorman, Ann Ring, Nigel Allen; box of chocolates, Philomena Moran-Curran.

ST. Further details on matches and events will be available closer to the time.

Congratulations to our Intermediate footballers who had a good win in their opening championship game against Clongeen on Sunday in Taghmon on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-10. Joseph’s in Kilmore.

Our Junior ‘A’ football team opened their championship campaign in Monamolin on Sunday with a two-point win against Tara Rocks while the Intermediate footballers played Ballyhogue on Saturday in Bellefield, coming out on top by 2-9 to 0-13.

Clonard/Volunteers Senior team had a great week, playing two games in seven days. This is definitely a date for the diary.

A reminder to all to buy your County Development Draw tickets this week from members of the committee and assist in the progression and development of both Wexford and the club.

There is an Under-16 football match on Monday, April 20, against Crossabeg-Ballymurn away at 7 p.m.

The squad began their season with a challenge football game against Volunteers in Piercestown on Easter Monday. Other scores came from Derek Walsh, Jody Donohoe, Michael Feeney, James Cash and Tony Smith. in Our Lady’s Island in the first round of the championship.

The occasion will be marked by a Senior hurling challenge game between Wexford and Waterford which promises to be a competitive encounter only three weeks before both of these sides open their respective championship campaigns on June 7. Their next fixture will be against Gusserane and, again, our website has details on all fixtures.

Our second game versus Bunclody was another hum-dinger. in Páirc Charman; Thursday, Under-14 football at 6 p.m. These young girls showed some great skill. Our next game is against Rosslare on Saturday in Rathangan at 6.30 p.m. Hamper winner: Danny Cox.

NAOMH EANNA

To add an item to the club notes, phone 087-9770497.

Best of luck to Ciarán Kirwan and Conor Halligan who will be involved with the Wexford Minor footballers against Westmeath in their Leinster championship opener in Innovate Wexford Park on Saturday. – Niamh Walsh for Barron, Lisa Murphy for Harding, Jane Mythen for S. In a good game, St. Aidan’s by 3-9 to nil on Thursday.

Please support our upcoming 10k road race and 5k family fun run/walk on this Sunday, April 19, commencing at 11 a.m. It was a good effort by a very understrength side.

The Under-12s were out on Friday in the championship versus Gusserane and all girls played a great team game but were beaten by 3-3 to 0-2.

Well done to Corach Ramblers on their well-deserved win on Sunday. Conor McDonald presented the teams with their medals and tops. A big thank you to Conor for the sponsorship. If anyone would like to buy one, please let one of the managers know.

Well done to the Intermediate ‘A’ footballers who got the better of Davidstown-Courtnacuddy in the first round of the championship on Saturday. in Gusserane against St. Anne’s 0-3.

Our Intermediate ladies play in the league on Sunday against Naomh Eanna in Blackwater at 11 a.m.

Clonard ladies will hold a fundraising draw in Pettitt’s from Thursday to Saturday, April 23 to 25. in the clubhouse.

Our Under-16 team played at home to Marshalstown last night in their first round of the championship and will play round two on Monday, April 20, away to Clonard with 7 p.m. PATRICK’S

We reached the quarter-final of the cup where we met a very strong Taghmon team. And watch out for the membership forms after training, The maximum fee is EUR30 per chap.

Sunday was a disappointing day for our adult teams as both lost out in their first round championship encounters. Neil Murphy won the seller’s prize. The Under-14s had a good win against St. The Under-14 hurlers had better cheer by beating Crossabeg in their first round.

The ladies’ club would like to thank everyone who supported their Easter hamper draw. Although it took the Shamrocks a while to get into the game, the lads competed well in the second-half and were unlucky to lose out by three points in the end.

Results: Senior football championship, St. for Under-14. Let’s hope we can make it two wins from two games.

We hosted an Under-10 camogie blitz on Saturday morning and our two teams had great matches against Kilmore, St. Almost 40 members of the camogie club took part.

GLYNN-BARNTOWN

ST. Castletown at 7 p.m. please avail of our online pitch booking system on our website to avoid confusion with pitch availability now that the long evenings are here. Kevin Carty took charge of the St. Training for Under-8s and 10s continues on Thursdays from 6 until 7 p.m.

Good luck to the lads in the upcoming Rackard League matches.

Lastly, two reminders: please come and support club home games, it is a nice way to pass an hour and young and old players appreciate you doing so. Keep an eye on Facebook for any changes in the training schedule.

Next we played Gusserene and the girls were well warmed up and dominated this game also, winning well.

Well done to the Juvenile boys who beat Starlights by 6-9 to 4-6 at home on Monday in their championship opener.

The club lotto wasn’t won last week. The opening will be performed by President of the G.A.A. in Páirc Charman, and Under-10 and Under-12 football at 6 p.m.; Wednesday, Minor and Under-16 football at 8 p.m. Subs. This was a tough game which Fethard won well but the score does not reflect how hard the Clonard girls worked.

The Under-14 footballers travel to Hollymount for a 7.30 p.m. in Oulart.

The Shelmaliers continued their dominance in the second-half with further goals from Stephen Banville and Brian Malone. We had three winners on match three numbers: Kathleen Harpur, Bannow; John Brown Snr., Cullenstown; and Jim Ferguson. Barry had a good game in goal.

Well done to the Intermediates and Seniors who both got off the mark in their respective league campaigns recently. Contact P.J. at the wall. Many of our Under-14 players’ families are hosting the guests for the weekend.

The Under-10s with captain fantastic Michael and Emer, who were winning every ball high or low, were brilliant. throw-in on Thursday while on Monday the Under-16 footballers face Glynn-Barntown in Killurin at 7 p.m.

The Under-16 footballers, in their first game, lost to Gusserane/Fethard by one point, also on Sunday. The Juniors now play Buffers Alley on Sunday in Blackwater. Our first game was versus Kilmore which we won by 1-1. The total raised was EUR465. Martin’s demonstrated excellent workrate in defence and an efficient attack to win on a 1-9 to 2-3 scoreline.

Clongeen Coiste na nOg would like to thank all the families and other people who made up all the tables in the family table quiz which was held on Good Friday night in the hall. Martin’s.

Our Minor camogie team had an impressive win over Buffers Alley in Monamolin on Tuesday in the first round of the Premier championship by 4-7 to 1-4 with an all-round gritty performance and scores from Holly (1-2), Chloe (1-2), Clodagh (1-2), Róisín (1-0) and Clare (0-1).

Those interested in mentoring the Under-6s this year are asked to phone Podge on 087-7769171. against Kilrush.

Further points from Brian Malone, Brian Doyle, Kevin O’Connor, Glen Malone and Stephen Banville followed before Páraic O’Leary got the second goal to leave a half-time score of Shelmaliers 2-7, Adamstown 0-1.

Our Under-9 and -10 hurlers travelled to Páirc Charman on Friday and the boys really put all their training into action against the Faythe Harriers, while their Under-11 and -12 clubmates hosted the Harriers in Killurin.

Our Under-10s and -12s played hurling practice matches on Saturday with Monageer-Boolavogue. First up they had a good win when they travelled to Horeswood on Monday evening for their second league match of the season. Subs. in Páirc Charman, and Under-16 and Minor hurling at 7 p.m.; Tuesday, adult training at 8 p.m. You can find us on Facebook at CLG Naomh Padraig.. First up is a breakfast morning in Kilmore parish hall on Sunday, May 3.

The team for both games was: Natasha Walsh; Nicole Guerrine, Shirley Roche, Lorraine Sludds; Mini Nami, Aoife Tormey, Danielle Chin; Niamh De Buitléar, Leanne Brennan; Eimear Buckley, Shauna Gleeson, Ciara O’Riordan; Diane Leniston, Eire Brennan, Bekka Foley; Collette Butler, Niamh Buckley, Kara Mc Donald, Ciara Cullinane, Chloe Bates, Clodagh Downes, Aisling Busher, Laura Bruen, Emer Hore, Sara Byrne, also not forgetting Hazel Brennan (injured). in Rathangan; Junior ‘B’ camogie league v. They played three matches each against Davidstown-Courtnacuddy, Cloughbawn White and Cloughbawn Blue. As the teams received their medals and tops, excitement grew as the tops were put on and proud team photos taken.

Hard luck to the Juvenile girls who were beaten by 5-5 to 1-11 in their first championship game against near neighbours Volunteers on Thursday, and to the Under-12 girls who went down to Ballygarrett by 2-3 to 1-3 at home on Friday.

They beat Ballygarrett by four points. in Taghmon; April 20, Under-14 girls’ football v. in Tagoat; April 17, Junior ‘A’ football championship v

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