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Nursery & Primary Football Training: Please note training for our Nursery and Primary 1 footballers will resume as usual on Sunday 25th July in St Mark’s at 11am.

U9 Boys & Girls’ Football: 21 of our U9 girls and boys were hosted by Rostrevor on Sunday morning (18th July). All the girls and boys did really well in the hot conditions - keep it up!

*Training continues on Wednesday in St Mark's at 6pm

U15 Boys' Football: The U15s had a strong finish to the All-County Division 1 campaign. They finished joint 4th and narrowly missed out on the semi-finals on a count back.

In their last two games they beat League favourites Bryansford by 4 points in Newcastle on Thursday 8th July. This was followed by a fantastic team performance which resulted in a hard-fought win against Division One leaders Kilcoo on Sunday 11th July by 2 points. Due to injury and holidays the management had to ask for players to step up from the U13 Panel to play in the games and the lads were fantastic. Thank you to the U13 management and coaches.

It has been a very good league campaign for the U15s considering the players were moved up from Division 2 into Division 1 mid-season. The young footballers are developing really well and are collectively looking forward to maybe causing an upset or two in the All-County Championship starting late July. 

Camogie News

With the country breaking records for the heat Saturday , the points U13 camogie squad earned another win to end their regular season. By sheer determination , they came from behind late in the match with a joint goal  from Blaíthnid Gambold and Alicia Jones to defeat Kilcoo. Other goals were scored by Fíanna Murney and Tegan Carvill. The entire team worked together and never gave up. Annabelle Leddy showed her ability to play soild midfield. Next for warrenpoint is the U13 Championships. All are welcome to support the team.  

Hurling News

U13s big win on the road

Bredagh 2-1

Patrick Rankins 6-9

Friday evening saw Patrick Rankins travel to Cherryvale playing fields for a league encounter with Bredagh. Patrick Rankins were very quick to open the scoring with Ciaran pointing as the visitors dominated the first half. with Lorcan Rowntree once more putting in a stella performance between the sticks, it wasn’t long before Danny Doyle, Jamie Lock & Charlie Phelan had goaled for Rankins. Further scores from Doyle, Lock & Phelan left Rankins well in control with a 0-1 to 4-8 lead at the break.

The start of the second half saw Bredagh hit a purple patch as they threatened to get back into the contest with two quick goals, but Patrick Rankins gathered their composure and Doyle, McMahon & Phelan ensured the fight back was short lived as they increased the lead of the visiting team.

Team: Lorcan Rowntree, Niall McManus, Jason Duffy, Tiernan Fitzpatrick, Conor Treanor 1-0, Oliver Murdock, Eoin Campbell, Danny Doyle 3-5, Ciaran McMahon 0-2, Conal Gallagher, Senan Rogan, Charlie Phelan 2-0, Danny McManus, Jamie Lock 0-2, Gerard McConville 

Club News

Congratulation to Sean O’Hare and Cian McLoughlin who were part of the county U20 winning team. We wish them all the best.

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