Odd age groups & Girls start off their season while National Cup stakes centre stage this weekend
Review of Weekend 8/9 September 2018

The U15 Premier League kicked off last weekend with 4 games down for decision. Kilfrush Crusaders hosted Cullen but it was the visitors who came away with the points in a 3-0 win courtesy of goals from Caleb Hickey and a brace from Cian Ryan. Herbertstown & Holycross drew nil all in Herbertstown while Charleville and Knockainey both had 6-1 wins against Kilmallock & Castle Rovers respectively. Stephen Walsh with 2 amongst the goals for Charleville while no goalscorers available for Knockainey. The U13 Premier saw Kilfrush Crusaders open with a big win away to Holycross when the beat the hosts by 6 goals to 1. Josh Sheey, Jake McNamara, Mikey O Keefe, Darren Frewen & 2 goals from James O Sullivan the goalscorers for Kilfrush. Charleville travelled. to newly promoted Cappamore and after a good opening by Cappamore it was Charleville who settled down better after that and they came away with a 5-0 victory. DJ Collins, Cody Kok, Robert Carroll, Tony Fernandes and Stephen Minihane with the goals. Cullen had another good start to their season winning by 5 goasl to 2 at home to Herbertstown. Alex Fox carrying on his good work from last year with 2 goals. Evan Carrie, Stephen Carey & Paddy Downey with the others. Sean Partridge & Aaron Kearney with the replies for Herbertstown. U13 Division 1 saw 2 close games with Croom & Galbally sharing 6 goals while Knockainey & Castle Utd drew 2-2. Rory Reale & Kevin Lynch for Knockainey & Patrick Mooney & Sean O Dwyer for Castle utd. Last Sunday also saw the restart of the Girls section and in the U14 Premier Regional proves too strong for Holycross. In the U14 Div 1A Murroe got the better of Aisling Annacotty by 4 goals to 2. U14 Div 1B Regional B were 1-0 winners away to Mungret while Castle Utd & Limerick Belles share 4 goals for a 2-2 draw. Aine O Leary with both goals for Castle. U12 Div 1B and Herbertstown proved too strong for Aisling Annacotyy B by 5 goals to nil. While last but not least Regional C were 3-09 winners away to Charleville B.

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