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GAA: Fr Casey‚s defeated Adare by 2-10 to 2-5 in the U/21 A West Limerick Football Championship at Newcastle West on Saturday. Ladies Golf Club: Abbeyfeale Golf Club is relaunching its Ladies Club, so, to all the Ladies out there, if you are in anyway interested in joining, why not come along to the Clubhouse at 8pm on Wednesday, April 15th, whether you are an absolute beginner or playing off single figures. C: Underage : The U11s took part in a tournament held by Estuary R. Abbeyfeale's strength then saw Gavin Dillon run the length of the field to score one of many great individual tries scored on the day. Harnett popped over for his third and Abbeyfeale's out a fast ball to the running John Murphy who was unstoppable from 10 yards out.SOCCER: Abbeyfeale Utd A recorded an 11-0 win over hapless Granagh Utd at Riverside Park on Sunday morning in the third round of the Desmond Cup. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Stephen at the Club on 068 32033. Listowel countered from the resulting tip off to score a lightning try from a very fast winger.Refreshments were provided to all the players afterwards. sharp so all players, parents , coaches are requested to arrive on time.Each player received a medal and Abbeyfeale captain Dan G. RAG MEETING: The Annual Rag Meeting which this year is being held in aid of Abbeyfeale Under Age Rugby teams will take place this Sunday, April 15th.
Team : Alan OConnell, Chris Colbert, Philip Daly, Jeremy O Riordan, Levi Ryan, Darragh Walsh, Liam O Connor, John Murphy, Dan G Harnett, Triston Harnett, Cathal Broderick, Gavin Dillon. Mini-Rugby - U6/7/8 : Abbeyfeale's mini-rugby teams are invited to take part in a series of games at Ballyhoura R. All Club members, players and coaches have tickets if you would like to purchase. Draw will take place Sunday night after the Rag Meeting. Entries have been received from the four corners of Ireland and we are guaranteed plenty of excitment as these dogs compete against each other.
Abbeyfeale raised their game and through some strong aggressive drives from the front row by Liam O' Connor and Philip Daly, Cathal Broderick stretched his long frame over the line for a great try. Harnett followed up with two more to give a final score of 35 to 20. Estuary were physically much smaller than Abbeyfeale but never gave up.
Abbeyfeale's physical size told here through out as they scored at will.
We say well done to Neilly and Tom and the whole team for a great effort.
They meet An Daingean away in the next round on Friday and we wish them well.