LAST Thursday evening the minor footballers made their exit from championship when they were beaten by Kilmeen 0-16 to 1-8.

Skibb trailed by three points at half point and drew level after some great play in the second half.

With ten minutes to go Skibb had two great chances to go in front but couldn’t convert and Kilmeen ran out deserving winners.

Coaches Diarmuid Lucey, Tommy Salter and Sean Carmody should be well pleased with their results from a very young team: Olan Twomey, David Murphy, Richard Fitzgerald, Niall Calnan, Colm Fitzgerald, Christopher O’Donovan, Diarmuid Ryan, Niall McCarthy (capt), Killian Newman, Kevin Coombes, Kevin Davis, Adrian Croston, Gavin Coombes, Eoin Collins, Brian Crowley.

Subs: Colm O’Regan, Joe Lynch, Jack Breen, Eoin Quinn.

 

 

The U-14 footballers played a league game in Bandon last week winning 6-6 to 3-10 in extremely difficult conditions.

This was a very good performance with each player working hard for the team.

Team: Paul Minihane, Padraig O’Neill, Sean Fitzgerald, Daniel O’Donovan, Eoin Fitzgerald, Shane O’Driscoll, Jack Cowap, Killian Lane, Dylan O’Donovan, Kevin Hurley, Dylan Hourihane, Patrick O’Sullivan, Dan Crowley, Eoghan O’Connell, Oscar Egan, Rory Byrne, Conor Hourihane, Ronan McCarthy, Mark Deasy.

 

Dillon Hourihane lined out for Cork U-14 against Dublin last Sunday morning and contributed three points in a 1-16 to 1-9 away victory.

Last Saturday the U-10 hurlers travelled to Clonakilty for a blitz where the team played three games losing one and drawing two.