Naomh Eoin Hurling Club notes
Minor Hurling Championship

Our minor hurlers have qualified for the minor hurling shield final following their win over Benbulben Gaels in Oxfield on Friday. The host team led by 4-4 to 1-4 at half-time, our goal coming from Anthony Fidgeon. Our lads upped their performance considerably in the second half and ten unanswered points, chiefly from the stick of the impressive Liam O'Kelly-Lynch, ensured that we emerged as winners by the slenderest of margins on a 1-14 to 4-4 scoreline. Paramount to our win was the workrate shown by the entire team in the second half, with forwards Oisin Davey and James Hargadon and half-backs Michael Munnelly and Fionn Sheridan particularly standing out in this regard. Our full backs Donal Keaveny and Aidan Campbell were also in superb form, particularly in the closing stages of the game when subjected to a period of sustained Benbulben Gaels pressure. 
Team and scorers: Stephen Mahon, Aidan Campbell, Donal Keaveny, Fionn Sheridan, Michael Munnelly (0-1), Fintan Campbell, Liam O'Kelly-Lynch (0-10, 8f), James Hargadon, Oisin Davey, Anthony Fidgeon (1-2), Fergal O'Kelly-Lynch (0-1), Cormac Niland.

Senior Hurling Championship

Our senior hurling team play Western Gaels on Saturday at 3.30pm in Kent Park in the last round of the SHC. A win or draw will ensure we finish top of the group and play the 4th placed team in the semifinals on Friday week.
The team are guaranteed 2nd place following last weekends refixed drawn fame between Calry and Western Gaels.

County U13 and U15 Hurling Squads

Well done all of our representatives on the Sligo U13 and U15 development squads in last weekends  national final blitzes. We came away with the Shield and Plate trophies with excellent wins in the final games.
Congratulations to Thomas Hargadon, Harry Cawley, Conor Golden and the Sligo U13 hurlers on winning the Connolly Cunniffe Plate in the Connacht CoE last Saturday.
Sligo’s U15 hurlers won the Hibernia Cup Peter O’Keeffe Shield at the centre of excellence in Monaghan, beating Fermanagh in the semi-final and Donegal in the final. Well done
Robert O'Kelly-Lynch, Rory Kinane and James Hargadon who were our club representatives on the team.

U14 and U16 Hurling Championship and Juvenile Training.

Good luck to our U14 hurlers who host Western Gaels in the championship semifinal in Kent Park on Thursday evening at 6.30pm. Please support this team who are on an unbelievable winning run through Feile, League and Championship as they attempt to reach the A final.
Our U16s had their Round 2 championship game on Monday night last (9th Sept) at home to Tourlestrane in Kent Park at 6.30pm.
Training for all 7 to 12 year old players continues at 12 on Saturdays in Kent Park


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