Weekly Notes for 25th June 2017

Junior hurlers v Mount Sion

Our Junior hurlers faced a very experienced and skilful Mount Sion team last Friday evening in Walsh Park and lost the encounter on a scoreline of 0-27 to 0-12.

The difference in the teams was evident after seven minutes when Mount Sion had scored five points while our only answer was an Ian Chester free. Three more points were added to the scoreboard for Mount Sion before Jim Walsh fired over our second point. The team were trying their best but could not cope with the Mount Sion attacks and conceded a total of 15 points in the first have while we ended on 4 points.

The start of the second half saw Mount Sion score a further three points before Ian Chester converted another free. From the 5th minute of the second half until 5 minutes from time both sides exchanged scores with Alex O’Mahony and Johnnie Walsh converting tricky scores while Ian Chester was at hand to convert any frees. The final whistle saw the team convert eight second half points but could not match the Mount Sion tally. Next match for the team is an away match to Passage in the middle of July.


Congratulations

Congratulations to Juvenile Club Chairman Eric Furlong and coach Des Brennan on their achievement of walking the entire length of the Greenway from Waterford to Dungarvan last Saturday in aid of WASSA (Waterford Autism Social and Sports Action). Please support towards this charity when you next see the lads.


Steven O’Keeffe Festival of hurling

Best wishes to the two teams that we have heading to Clarecastle this weekend to take part in the Steven O’Keeffe festival of hurling. This tournament has been in existence for over 25 years and is an important event in our calendar each year. Hope the players and coaches come home with many memories and new friends.


Cul Camp

Roanmore are hosting the Cul Camp between 3rd and 7th July. Spaces are still available and can be booked on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie


Munster Poc Fada

Congratulations to Tadhg Ryan on representing Waterord in the Munster U16 Poc Fada last Saturday.


Roanmore Academy

Have you a child that is looking for some Saturday morning activity then why not bring them along to Roanmore GAA Club Pitch in Cleaboy on Saturday mornings at 11:30am to try their hand at Hurling. Hurleys and helmets can be provided for beginners all our coaches are Garda Vetted and have completed Child Protection in Sport Courses as well as Hurling Coaching Courses.


Roanmore Family Day

Our family day is scheduled for Sunday July 9th at our pitch in Cleaboy. This is usual a great day for the entire club with skills competitions and the Eamonn Coady and Tom O’Brien memorial games. Keep the date in your diary.


Club Leisure Wear

To all supporters of Roanmore GAA, do you know that you can purchase leisure gear for adults and children. If you would like to see what items can be purchased and their cost then they can been on our website page (www.roanmoregaaclub.com/shop). Contact Joanne on 087-7429077 for further details.


Sunday Night Entertainment

Next Sunday we have Bim Connors in the bar from 7pm and the Coasters are playing in the Lounge from 10pm. Come along for a good nights entertainment.


Function Room

Are you looking for a venue for that special occasion, birthday, anniversary, confirmation, etc? The Roanmore Centre has function rooms that are available for hire and for further details call the Roanmore Centre on 051-358599 after 6pm or email roanmoreclg@gmail.com. Did you know that we have two function rooms available and that smaller parties can also be accommodated. Why not call and see if the venue is suitable for your needs.