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Sport

Kilmacsimon Swimming and Rowing Club continue to accumulate Championship silverware

The attractive village of Castletownshend and Castlehaven Harbour was the setting on yet another balmy summer’s afternoon on Sunday last July 20th, for the third round of the SWCYRA 2014 Championship where Kilmacsimon crews again fared very well on the day, winning 7 races, finishing second in 6 and coming in third in 2 races – a considerable achievement out of a total of 18 race categories.

GalleyFlash Rowing Club Notes

The third round of the Celtic Ross sponsored South West Coastal Yawl Rowing Association championship was held on Sunday last, July 20th in Castletownshend. With the County Final merely a week away and with several qualification places still up for grabs, rowers of the GalleyFlash produced some great displays of skill and endurance in sweltering conditions.

GAA results weekend July 18th-20th

County   Premier Intermediate Football Championship 20/07/2014 Ballinora 3-11 vs 1-17 Naomh Aban Beal Athan Ghaorthaidh 1-14 vs 0-18 Nemo Rangers Junior B Football Championship Semi-Finals 19/07/2014 Bride Rovers 2-9 vs 2-12 Kilmeen Castlelyons 0-7 vs 1-3 Grange Senior Hurling Championship 19/07/2014 Bishopstown 2-12 vs 0-11 Courcey Rovers Na Piarsaigh 1-15 vs 2-14 Youghal Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 19/07/2014 Kilbrittain 0-14 vs 0-23 Kilworth Tracton 1-19 vs 0-17 Watergrasshill U21

Camphire Horse Trials and Country Fair 2014

Camphire International Horse Trials and Country Fair is best-known for the Castleacre Insurance Brokers and Chubb Insurance CIC***, but in 2014 the event is running a number of other international and national classes to allow developing combinations an opportunity to compete at the top-knotch venue, set around the historic Camphire House on the banks of the stunning Blackwater River in Co. Waterford, Ireland. This year, Camphire has a bumper entry

Kilmeen underage GAA notes

U21 hurlers lose out to Ibane Gaels U21 Hurling Kilbree’s U21 hurlers contested a tight exciting championship quarter-final on Friday evening.  Ibane Gaels provided the opposition, the game being hosted by Clonakilty.  The first half was a very close affair.  Both sides exchanged points.  However a goal by Ibane Gaels just before half time made the difference between the sides.  The Kilbree lads fought hard in the second half.  However,

GAA results weekend July 11th-13th

County   Premier Intermediate Football Championship 12/07/2014 Castletownbere 2-10 vs 1-8 Glenville Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 12/07/2014 Blarney 1-16 vs 0-15 Tracton Junior B Hurling Championship Quarter Finals 12/07/2014 Araglen 0-12 vs 4-10 Shanballymore Ballinacurra 1-10 vs 2-16 Ballyclough Dromtarriffe 4-18 vs 1-3 Iveleary Rathpeacon 0-13 vs 1-9 Randal Og U21 A Football Championship 12/07/2014 Ballincollig 3-9 vs 3-9 Nemo Rangers U21 B Football Championship 12/07/2014 St Finbarrs 2-7 vs

The Winning Post – Scudamore

by  Stable Lad Earlier this week, the sad demise of Michael Scudamore, at age 81, brought to an end the life of the senior member of the Scudamore racing dynasty, all of which goes back in the sport to 1949, when the then young Michael rode his first winner at Chepstow, at the beginning of a career that was to bring him many famous winners. Though never champion jockey, he,

Bandon AC notes

Bandon AC’s youngest athletes were in action again on Saturday 21st June when they headed to Tullamore for their final competition of the season, the U9-U11 All Ireland team competition. We had 9 pairs and 4 relay teams competing at this very high level.