Published in Hurling Club, News

Last Sunday our senior hurlers ended their long "comeback season" on a positive note with some richly deserved silverware when being presented with the Leitrim Senior Hurling Perpetual Cup. The team were guests of honour at the Leitrim County Hurling Final in Ballinamore after our league final opponents, Wolfe Tones, conceded the fixture in disappointing circumstances. The record for the year is impressive, losing just four games out of seventeen competitive fixtures. We done to all involved with the team - a lot done, a lot more to do!
This bank holiday Sunday sees the club, in conjunction with the Slashers Camógie Club, launch it’s first ever Hurling Day which it hopes will provide something for everyone with an interest in our national game. Attractions on the day include the Parish League, camogie exhibition match, U12 medals presentation, Crossbar Challenge, Hotshots competition, Poc Fada, obstacle courses, facepainting  as well as plenty of spot prizes.
  There will be an abundance of activities and games for the younger hurlers and camógs try and beginners and novices are also very welcome to participate in all of these mini events. Many prizes which have been generously sponsored by numerous local businesses will be up for grabs. Hopefully the weather will be kind and will encourage a plentiful attendance for what promises to be a great day out for all the family!

Captain Eoghan Kavanagh lifts the Leitrim Hurling League Perpetual Cup