Cobh GAA Club News

13 February, 2012


Juvenile Teams Start Training: All of the following teams are back in training from Saturday 18th Feb onwards.

* (U7s & U6s start on March 3rd. ) 

 

Age Group


Time / Day


U6 Hurling      

(born 2006       & after)


9:30am –       10:45am  Saturday      


U7 Hurling       (born 2005)


9:30am –       10:45am Saturday

 


U8 Hurling       & Football

  ( born 2004)      


9:30am –       10:45am  Saturday      

 


U9 H &       F


9:30am –       10:45am        Saturday


U10 H       & F


4pm –       5:30pm        Saturday

 


U11 H       & F


4pm –       5:30pm        Saturday


U12 H       & F


6pm –       7:30pm  Monday      

 

New players are welcome to come and join in on any week at the allotted time.

Full details of the times, venues and contacts for each team are available atwww.cobhgaa.com/juvenile.

u14 Football

Our U14 footballers had a useful victory in a friendly match v Erins Own in Cobh on Thursday night. Erins Own were in the premier division last year and for much of the game played some stylish football, but our lads were sharper in front of goal, and this was to prove the difference in the end. Highlight of the match was a well taken goal by midfielder Adam O'Donovan whose well timed run, got on the end of an opportunist Cobh free-kick. Final score was Erins Own 2-11, Cobh 5-6. Next up for these lads is a league encounter with near neighbours Carrigtowhill at the end of next week.
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Junior A Football

Cobh got their league campaign off to a great start with a one point victory over Shanballymore friday evening last. Both teams had to battle with the challenging weather which made the task of winning much tougher than expected. The Cobh defense played well and limited Shanballymore to scoring from set pieces rather than from play. Allen Wally and Darragh O Keeffe put in a great shift in midfield who supplied plenty of ball into the lively Cobh forwards. Cobh who trailed Shanballymore by three points at half time dug deep to clinch victory with a well taken goal from captain Brian Aherne at the death. Players to play well for Cobh included Luke Curran who made life very difficult for the opposing forwards and Kieran Histon who tormented the Shanballymore defenders at every chance he got. With the first win under the belt the Cobh men will aim to build on this performance and hopefully establish themselves at the higher end of the league table.

Adult Hurling Training

The Junior A Hurlers start back training this friday the 17th of Feb at 8 O'Clock, New members more than welcome!

 

 


Is Mise Le Meas,


Alan Stack (PRO), Cobh GAA.