No separating Delvin and Crookedwood

Delvin's Aaron McCormack in action against Crookedwood in Junior Hurling Championship
Delvin’s Aaron McCormack in action against Crookedwood in Junior Hurling Championship

Junior Hurling Championship
Delvin 1-14 Crookedwood 0-17

Two late frees gave Crookedwood a share of the spoils in a game where Delvin will be disappointed they didn’t take all the points on offer.

After a good start for the home side the Wood came more into the game and lead midway through the first half. Delvin got back into it and and drew level as the half time approached. Just before the break Johnny Ivory got on the end of a great Eoin Carolan ball and played a great pass into the path of Fintan Cox who buried it to the net to leave Delvin up at the break 1-7 to 0-7. Delvin started the 2nd half better but at no stage moved further than 4 points ahead. With only a few minutes to go Delvin missed a close in free to go 3 points clear and after that the Wood finished stronger and equalised with a dubious free with the last puck of the game to finish Delvin 1-14 Crookedwood 0-17.

Team & Scorers:- John O’Shaughnessy, Graeme Daly, Sean Carroll, Barry Williams, Aaron McCormack, Conor Dolan (0-1), Colin Fitzsimons (0-1), Dan Clune, John Cogan (0-1), Stephen Reilly (0-2), Niall Williams (0-6), Ollie Cassidy, Eoin Carolan (0-2), Fintan Cox (1-1), Thomas McEnerney. Subs:- Johnny Ivory, Brendan Milligan

A very successful CĂșl Camp was held in Delvin this week with 150 kids in attendance. Big thanks to Coordinator James Heffernan and all the coaches and most importantly to all the kids who took part.

Our U10’s travelled to Ringtown for a very competitive match on Saturday morning which ended in s draw.
The U21’s of St Ernans were defeated by Eire Og in the championship semi final on Tuesday evening

Tues St Ernans u16 hurling championship v Eire Og in Robinstown at 730pm
Sat Junior Football Championship v St Pauls in The Downs at 6pm