Results, Fixtures and 250 Club

The club’s U13 footballers made it two wins on the trot in the League last weekend, defeating Killererin in Barnaderg. In the Suck Valley Hurling Leagues our U14s had their first win of the season, against Sylane in Ballymacward. The minors were also in action, again against Sylane in Ballymacward, losing by 3 points.The Senior hurlers had their second League outing, in Fohenagh, against Portumna (report below).
The U21 hurlers will return to action this weekend against Cois Fharraige in Round 2 of the U21B Championship. Cois Fharraige had a good win over Killimor in Round 1, clocking up a big score. Pearses will be hoping to build on their good wn over Kilconieron in Round 1. A win would see us qualify for the Quarter-Final, a loss would mean we have to play in a Preliminary Quarter-Final. The U14s also make their first Championship appearance (having played 3 Suck Valley games), in Moycullen against the home side, at 3pm on Saturday. There is a bus travelling to the game. For more information contact Club Secretary.andamp;nbsp;
Our 250 CLUB, has been a great success, so far. Places are filling up quickly, so please get your cards back to any Club Officer, or player ASAP. Annual Lotto members have until 18th March to get their cards back. Whether you are an Annual Lotto member or not, you are not officially part of the 250 CLUB until the brochure has been physically returned, with your name filled in on the back.
Also, congratulations to Brendan Egan, who was wing-back on the LIT Thurles team who won the Ryan Cup Final, defeating IT Tralee, in Pearse Stadium last weekend. For a chance to win a Club Jersey please ‘Like’ our Club Facebook page or if you are already a follower, just ‘Share’ the jersey ad. The first Score Prediction League table will be posted on the club website in coming weeks.

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