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U9 Football: Our U9s put on a fantastic performance on Sunday 8th August against strong Burren teams. Keep up the good work! Thanks again to all our coaches and parents for their support.

Training continues on Wednesdays as normal.

U11 Boys' Football: On Sunday 8th August, Warrenpoint Under 11s were back in action when they made the short visit to Saval. On a dry but breezy day, the boys took a while to get into top gear but played some lovely football to lead well at the break. The second half continued in a similar vein with goals being the order of the day. Saval on the other hand had an off day with their shooting.

Some of the passing and scores from the Point team was of the highest order but it was their general work-rate and tenacity to win the ball back that was the standout feature. Thanks again for the great travelling support and also best wishes to the young Saval player who left the field injured. Well done boys!!!

The Warrenpoint Under 11s continued their good progress with another impressive win in St Mark's on Thursday 12th August. Eire Og, the Glasdrumman and Ballymartin amalgamation, were the visitors and the young blues were in great form from beginning to end to register another good team performance. We had great support as per usual on the night and it is always greatly appreciated. Well done again boys!

 

U13 Boys' Football: In the final group stage of the Championship Warrenpoint welcomed Mayobridge to Milltown on Tuesday 3rd August. Mayobridge started the better of the two teams and went in at half time leading by 8 points. Not for the first time this year, the young blues came out in the second half with more belief and determination and took the game to Mayobridge. They played fantastic football to draw level with 6 minutes to play. Momentum was with the young blues who were the team on top, but unfortunately, they lacked that bit of composure in front of goal and squandered a number of chances to take a deserved lead. In the final minutes Mayobridge were calm in front of goal and won the match by 4 points. The coaches are so proud of the boys in blue who showed great effort, determination and never gave up.

U17 Boys’ Football - Championship Group Game Well done to the U17 boys on their good away win over Liatroim on Monday 2nd August, in the first of their Championship group games. The boys now face An Riocht at home on Monday 16th August. Best of luck to the U17 boys and management!

 

Hurling News

The team were very quick to get the sliotar and a free from Danny Doyle opened the score line with a point.  More teamwork and great skills they had great possession in passing with a very strong defence line with Lorcan in nets and from full backs Jason and Niall kept the sliotar forward Eoin Campbell and Oliver as half backs pushed it more. Danny Doyle and Ciaran in midfield worked tirelessly keeping great eyes on the sliotar kept Ballela’s midfield at bay. Great teamwork with forwards Danny McManus and Charlie kept the possession. Up scoring next was Conal with a goal further scores from Danny and Jamie left the score line at half time 3-4 to 1-2.

 Second half they came out strong and pushed the sliotar forward and with Eoin Gorman, Charlie, Conor and Malachi making more scores to the match leaving the final score as 7-7 to 1-4.

Next up the play Bredagh in the semi-final on Friday 27th August. Team : Jason Duffy Eoin Campbell Oliver Murdock Conor Treanor Danny Doyle Niall McManus Eoin Gorman Jamie Lock Charlie Phelan Lorcan Rowntree Conal Gallagher Danny McManus Ciaran McMahon Malachi Sherwin

 

Camogie News

On Friday 13th Cumann Pheadaír Naofa young camogs - Nursery, P1, P2 and P3 - hosted Ballyholland. While it may have been the first game for many of our Camogs, they played so confidently and enjoyed the experience - great to see their smiles.

The future for Cumann Pheadaír Naofa Camogie, with these brilliant camogs, looks to be strong.  Thanks to Ballyholland for coming to us and we look forward to our U9 and U11 visit to you next week.

Many thanks to all who helped make the night such a great success especially to all our coaches. Training for all age groups continues every Friday evening in St Mark's, 6.15-7.15pm

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