On the 4/7/13 Murroe Boher juniors played Staker Wallace in the league.Team Lined out ,
Conor Moore,Kevin Hayes,Steven Casey,David Quigley,Dan Ryan,Andrew Hickey,Richard Laffan,Derek McKenna,Kevin Boyle,John Ryan,David Duggan,Karl Cusack,Paddy Hurley,Shane Meehan,Daithi Clohessy,Colin Brouder
Our junior B’s travelled up to league leaders Staker Wallace junior A team on Thursday evening. Even though we were short a few players due to hols & suspension we gave a good account of ourselves in the 1st half. Stakers struck an early goal after Conor Moore had made a great save, the rebound was squirted in. We exchanged points through John Ryan & David Duggan before Daithi Clohessy hit the net. Unfortunately we let Stakers walk in a soft goal before half time to leave it M/B 1-05 Stakers 2-08. Karl Cusack pointed early in the 2nd half but Stakers got a foot hold & eventually ran out comfortable winners. Late points from Derek McKenna & Colin Brouder were only a consolation
M/B 1-09 Staker Wallace 3-17
David Quigley, Dan Ryan, Richard Laffan, Derek McKenna, David Duggan & Daithi Clohessy worked tirelessly all night.
Big performance needed for the Brian Butler cup semi final v Doon junior A on Monday evening in Doon
Murroe-Boher Camogie: Congratulations to our U14 girls who did their families, club and county proud during Féile last weekend in Limerick. Murroe-Boher were hosts to Four Roads, from Roscommon. It was a great occasion for all the girls and they will treasure the memories for years to come. On the Friday afternoon, we had all the girls line up and gave a huge welcome to Four Roads. At 2pm we took them on in our first game but sadly we lost on a score line of Murroe-Boher 0-3 Four Roads 2-3. There was great skill on show by both teams and our girls were unlucky not to score more only for some excellent saves from Lisa Dolan in the Four Roads goals. That evening we headed into the Gaelic Grounds for the parade, it was a great occasion to see the girls and mentors marching in the parade. There was great fun to be had in the parade and was one of the highlights of the weekends for the girls. On Saturday morning, we headed to Cappamore, where we lost to eventual finalists Ballinteer St. Johns, from Dublin. The score finished Murroe-Boher 0-0 Ballinteer St. Johns 1-7. Murroe-Boher improved from the previous day and made Ballinteer work hard for every score and were unlucky not to get a few scores on the board. The score-line didn’t reflect how hard Murroe-Boher had worked throughout the whole game and only for some excellent saves by Sophie Heelan, the score line could have been alot more. On Saturday afternoon, they took on neighbours Cappamore in their last game of the group. Sadly Murroe-Boher didn’t get a result here either, losing on a score line of Murroe-Boher 1-0 Cappamore 1-3. Murroe-Boher made a great second half comeback with a bullet of a goal by captain Niamh Clohessy, however they couldn’t get a score to level up matters. Overall even though the girls didn’t win any match they really enjoyed the whole experience and will never forget the weekend and the friendships they formed with Four Roads. The club would like to thank Mike, Geraldine and Fiona for all the hard work they have put in with the girls during the year and to everyone that made the weekend such a success. We would like to thank the host families and everyone for making Four Roads feel so welcome over the entire weekend. A great weekend was had by both teams, mentors and supporters. We would like to thank everyone that came out and supported the girls both in Murroe and Cappamore. It was great to see so many out supporting our Future Camogie Stars. Panel for the weekend was: Anna Madigan, Aoife O’Connor, Niamh Clohessy, Amy O’Halloran, Hazel Hourigan, Aisling Cunningham, Aoife Ryan, Edel Cunningham, Katie Heelan, Deirdre Crowe, Karen Cunningham, Sinéad McElligott, Anne White, Sophie Heelan, Orla Regan, Kayla McCann, Courtney Hannon, Jade Hurley, Lisa Meehan, Jayne Ryan, Theo Ryan, Meabh Bartley and Aoife Kinsella.
Féile na nGael is here. A huge thank you to everyone who helped with the painting and the cleaning up of the clubhouse over the last two weeks. It was much appreciated. The village of Murroe is going to be fully of colour over the weekend with bunting and banner with the colours of Murroe-Boher and Four Roads. The agenda for the weekend is as follows; On Friday, the 5th July, we play our first match against, our visiting club, Four Roads of Roscommon, at 2pm in Harty Park, Murroe, followed by food in the Valley Inn and then head into the Gaelic Grounds for 6.30pm for the parade which will beginat 7.30pm and head from the Gaelic Grounds into the George Hotel on O’Connell Street. We will then return back to Murroe, where they will meet up with their host families for the weekend. On Saturday, the 6th July, we will head to Cappamore to play our Group games, where at 10am we will play Ballinteer St.Johns, of Dublin, and then at 12.30pm we will play Cappamore. If we are lucky enough to top our group we will have a semi-final that evening at 6.15pm in Ahane. After this it is back to Murroe, to Crokers, where we will have a barbeque for both teams, mentors any other club member, both Camogie and GAA, and anyone else that wish to enjoy a good night and we will also have a disco for the Murroe-Boher and Four Roads U14 team only. On the Sunday, the 7th July, we will begin the morning with a Féile Mass at 10am in Boher Church and if we are lucky enough to get through the semi-final on the Saturday, the final will take place in Mungret at 12noon. Please come and support the girls if you are around for the weekend as it promises to be an unforgettable weekend. A huge thank you to everyone that has been involved in the preparations for this weekend and finally best of luck to all players and management involved over the weekend. Go out and enjoy every moment of the weekend.