Ballinascarthy U14 camogie girls have alot to celebrate already this year as they won their Féile in style. In the first round encounter in Inniscarra they kept their opponents Castlelyons, Brian Dillons and St Fanahans scoreless, with the help of goalie Maeve Kingston and some great team displays.
by Aaron Barry RELATIVES in Union Hall are celebrating the second annual victory for Danish school chess champs Andreas and Emil Skovgaard whose mother Cara O’Driscoll hails from the West Cork fishing village.
SKIBBEREEN Rowing Club are the undisputed top dogs in rowing after scooping three of the four national titles from the 2013 eFlow Go Row Grand League Series. The Grand League is a series of four major regattas which take place across the country.
THERE were celebrations for the students of Kilcoe National School at the Feis Maitiú in Cork city recently as they were announced as the winners of the Under 15 Grúpa Cheoil competition. Now in its 87th year, Feis Maitiú is the second-largest festival of its kind in the world. Annually, almost 15,000 participants take to the stage to compete in a range of artistic disciplines at the Feis.
PUPILS at Scoil Náisiúnta Rae na Scríne received the top award of “Overall Best School” in county Cork with their history project on The Reenascreena Woollen Mills 1850-1955. It was with great excitement that pupils, parents and staff boarded the bus to travel to The Silver Springs Hotel in Cork to accept their trophy.
by Striker WELL, the final week of the European Soccer Championship made for some very intriguing viewing, with both semi-finals looking full of possibilities, and many of the erudite pundits still not quite in the “making your mind up” mode.