Weekly News 29th April 2013

Senior Team

played Patrickswell in The All County Hurling League in Boher on Tuesday night last, due to exams and injury the team were short J O Connor and Seamus Hickey but were well covered by the return of Kevin Tobin who played well and was an inspiration to all the younger players, Team  lined out as follows , John Ryan , Joe Keyes, Johnathan Dervan, William Clossey, Diarmuid Byrnes, Kevin Tobin, Evan Walsh, Pat Tobin, Darren Dunlea, Timmy O Brien, Sean Tobin, Michael Ryan, Eoin Toughy, Declan Kett and David Quigley.

Murroe Boher lead 1-9 to 1-6 at half time with the goal coming from Michael Ryan, we started the second half brightly with Timmy O Brien scoring a great goal set up by Joe Keyes, Seanie Tobin put over a 65 with the next 2 points coming from Darren Dunlea and a long range effort from Kevin Tobin, Patrickswell  responded immediately with a well worked goal and a pointed free.

Both Teams traded points after this with Seanie Tobin Converting 2 frees and a dogged and well deserved point from Michael Ryan, Patrickswell scored a goal and a point in the dying minutes before Seanie Tobin made the game safe with a point from play. Result on the night was 2-16 to 3-11.

 

Junior Team.

Sundays match report v Mungret in the ACJHL .
M/B   3-11 ,Mungret 2-06.
1 C Moore, 2 D Quigley, 3 S Casey, 4 J Keays, 5 D Ryan, 6 O Foley, 7 W Clohessy, 8 A Hickey, 9 D McKenna, 10 D Leahy, 11 K Holmes, 12 E Tuohy, 13 P Hurley, 14 D Holmes, 15 T Lynch, 16 D Clohessy, 17 W Reale and 18 B Commons
After a disappointing performance midweek in the East JBHL v Doon our Juniors responded with a fine win over a strong Mungret side in the ACJHL. Points were well taken throughout the game by E Tuohy & co. with 2 fine goals coming from the Holmes brothers & a bullet from P Hurley. Midfield were dominant throughout. The backs as a unit were outstanding led by D Ryan & W Clohessy & 3 superb saves from C Moore at the death made sure Mungret didn’t sneak a draw.
Next fixture is the East JBHL v Ballybricken Tues 30th April in Murroe at 6.45pm

Minor Hurling ,

Murroe Boher played Cappamore in the Minor Championship, team Greg Lynch, John Coughlan, David Quigley, Dylan Ryan, Finn Hourigan, Conor Byrnes, Darragh Nolan, Kevin Clossey, John Ryan, Jack Casey, Killian Byrnes, Karl Cusack, Shane Mulcahy, Eoin Hourigan, Dylan Sheehan, Darragh Kennedy, Aaron Kennedy, Conor Bartley, injured Ross Kennedy .Scores Jack Casey 6 pts, Karl Cusack 2 pts, Dylan Sheehan 2 goals, Eoin Hourigan 2-1, Shane Mulcahy 1-1, Killian Byrnes 1-1, Murroe Boher won on a score line of 6-11 to 4-7.

 

Under 16 Hurling Championship

Murroe Boher played Patrickswell in Boher on Monday night,the team lined out as follows, Gavin Ryan, Barry Cusack, Brian Timmins, Shane Quigley, Aaron Kennedy, Conor Byrnes, Finn Hourigan, Kevin Clossey, Jack Barry, Shane Mulcahy, Jack Casey, Stephen Coughlan, Dylan O Connor, Eoin Hourigan and Killian Byrnes,

Murroe Boher opened well and playing against the wind went in at half time 2-7 to 2-4 in the lead,Killian Byrnes having scored 2 great goals.The second half our boys showed great strength in the air with all players fielding the ball with their first touch and finding players in better positions to take their scores ,Shane Mulcahy opened with a point before Dylan O Connor caught a great ball in the corner and with a pin point cross field pass found Eoin Hourigan who blasted to the net.Patrickswell responded with a goal from their centre forward who was now operating in the full forward line and went on to get the next score a pointed free .It was then that Murroe -Boher took a hold of the game with strong play from our Centre back line Aaron Kennedy,Conor Byrnes & Finn Houirgan .Jack Casey benefited from strong fielding to score the next 3 points with K Clossey converting a 65 and also 1 point from play before Aidan Quigley who was impressive when introduced was unlucky for a Goal and saw his effort skim over the bar,The team put in a solid hours hurling with each player well able to field the high ball and a lot of good team play .

Under 15

played Killmallock in the under 15 all county hurling league,losing on a score line of 10 points to 4 points.

Camogie,

The U12 girls took part in a Blitz hosted by Cappamore on Saturday at 1pm. The girls played Ahane in there first game and came out the winners scoring 3.3 to no score. They then took on Cappamore in a hard battle which saw neither team get a score. The girls gave a great display and are improving every week.

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg,

would like to announce that we are running a  Free camp on Friday 3rd May in Harty Park from 13.00 to 16.00. All welcome. Coaches from Limerick Senior Hurling team will be there,plus some surprise Star Players ,Lunch will be provided for all those who attend. Hurley’s and Helmets will also be provided for those who haven’t them. Please contact any member of the committee for more details.This is for all Children Boys & Girls from 6 to 13 years of age,parents encouraged to come and enjoy the day and meet your Coaches.

Under 10’s ,The club hosted and under 10 Hurling blitz with guest clubs Na Phiarshaig & Mungret,the team played 4 games before having to abandon the field due to heavy hail storm,the team lined out Mark Nicholas,Jay Ryan,Killian O Shea,Killian Quaid,Liam Quaid,Stephen Mc Inerney,Ciaran Fitzgerald,Alex Considine,Thomas Barry,Mikey Kelly,Rurai Kelly,Stephen Moore,Jack o Sullivan ,the coaches were delighted with the progress being shown by all the players and a fun night was had by all Teams .

Under 21

Murroe-Boher rounded off a very good week on Sunday by winning the first ever East Limerick Under 21 12-a-side Hurling Final at Boher. The two teams met in Rd 1 at Harty Park Murroe on 16 March when Murroe-Boher won comfortably but Caherline were determined to restore pride second time around and really took the game to Murroe-Boher. M/B started well with a long range point from Mike Dee but this was the only time we were to be in front until the closing minutes. Caherline played like players possessed and fired over two quick points before a defensive mistake in the M/B squarecost us dearly and by half time this goal remained the difference with the sides at 1.06 to 6 points. The 2nd half saw both sides exchange score for score with top quality hurling and very intense play. Mike Ryan’s free taking kept M/B always within reach as did some good team work up front that paid off with good points from both Karl Cusack and Mike Ryan. But it was a Joe Keays goal that eventually put M/B in front 8 minutes from time. Keays went on a blistering 40 metre run before crashing the ball to the Caherline net from 25 metres out. Not beaten yet Caherline responded with two superb points to level the match but Mike Ryan’s clinical free taking punished two Caherline indiscretions. Caherline besieged the M/B goal in the last minutes before the final whistle sounded but could not get that much needed score.

Murroe-Boher 1.11, Caherline 1.09.

M/B; Conor Moore, David Quigley, Steven Casey, John Ryan, Kevin Boyle, Brian Mackey, Micheal Ryan, Joe Keays (1 goal), Mike Dee (1 pt), Eoghan Tuohey, Mike Ryan / Captain (7 pts; 4 from frees), Karl Cusack (3 pts). Subs; Shane Egan for K. Boyle, K. Boyle for B. Mackey (injured), Dean Body, Gary Ryan, Shane Meehan, Darragh Nolan

congratulations this week goes to Aaron  Kennedy and Finn Houigan who represented the club on the Castletroy College winning U 15 hurling team, in the Corn Solo under 15 Munster Final, Finn played at half back while Aaron played at centre field ,Castletroy College 1-9 to Blarney College 1-6 both boys played their part in a great win.

Matthew Hanly who playing for Cresent Rugby Club under 15, completed the double , winning the League and Cup double.