Naas 1-9 to O'Loughlin Gaels 1-13
RESULT: u16 Roinn A Hurling League Rd 3
O'Loughlin Gaels 2-15 to 0-17 James Stephens
A thoroughly entertaining Friday evening in the St. John's Park sunshine was made more enjoyable with a home win. Our boys ground out the result through hard work which is a great trait in any team, but they'll know there's a lot more work to do...and they won't mind that. The game produced some fine performances throughout with Ben Tyrrell, Declan Coffey and Vincent O'Grady putting in the hard yards and included a goal each from Jack Sheridan and Ethan Kerwick.
Monday evening produced another tough encounter for the boys as the overcame strong Kilmacow side 4-11 to 4-15 in Round 4 of the Roinn A League. Well done to all involved
RESULT: O'Loughlin Gaels 1-7 to 3-9 Clonnen/Railyard
Hard Luck to our u16B team who were under pressure from the throw in tonight but gave an earnest performance against the odds. These boys are training hard and love to hurl and put up some fantastic scores during an entertaining game at St. John's Park. There will be lots to take from this game as they continue to prepare for upcoming games. Well done all
The boys have played three games in the league so far winning their first against The Fenians and loosing out to a strong Conahy side last Saturday evening.
RESULT: Duggan Steel Under-16 Roinn A Hurling League Group A
O'Loughlin Gaels 2-14 to 1-10 Erin's Own
A good win for the u16A's this evening (Monday) at St. John's Park was helped by two goals, one in each half. Jack Sheridan whipped in the first with a sweet ground strike and in a tightly contested game it took a brilliant Conor Kelly goal 10mins from time to finally put distance between the two sides. Well done to all the lads who worked tirelessly throughout the field.
David Fogarty and Ian O'Keefe combined on several occasions to stifle numerous attacks and Niall Higgins, Mathew Russell, John McNamara stepped up another gear when the pressure was on. It was a good outing for the boys and management will be satisfied with the performance as plans begin to hatch for the Summer.
There was a strong local support there tonight that will be back again tomorrow at the same venue when the u16B's play Cloneen/Railyard. Bígí ann