Killimordaly Hurling captain Paul Creaven receives the Justin Cheevers Cup Under 14 Cup from Robert Cheevers after their victory over Tommy Larkins in the Final by 3-13 to 1-3. Michael O’Hehir Chairman of Galway Juvenile Hurling Committee pictured on the left.
Padraig Kelly, Chairman, Killimordaly GAA had the following to say following the teams success, “Congratulations to everyone involved in the fantastic Under 14 Feile victory. The whole panel, Vinny, Paddy, Finbarr and Martin and not forgetting our Medic Aileen, deserve all the credit and words of praise that they are receiving.
A huge Thank You to all involved in preparing the pitch for the Friday evening game, to all the parents, families and supporters who went to the games over the 3 days and who supported the team. A word of thanks also to Gabriel, Alan, Lorraine and Tony for all their work on Monday evening in preparing refreshments and making sure everyone was looked after. It was a lovely evening and a fitting way to celebrate a great victory.
Thanks also to all those who lit fires along the tour route. Finally the biggest thanks goes to the Players. They are a great bunch of lads who have trained and played well since the start of the year and got their first reward on Sunday. I wish them all the best in the remainder of the U 14 championship and I know they will represent both Killimordaly and Galway with pride, passion and plenty of skill in Derry. Congrats again Lads!!”
Man-of-the-match Adam Brett receives his award from sponsor Tom Monaghan of Ocean Hygine with Michael O’Hehir, Chairman of Galway Juvenile Hurling Committee.
Tour of the parish on Monday, 28th April, leaving Killimordaly Pitch at 6.30pm and travelling as follows: Attymon, Knockroe, Clonshecahill, Creevagh, Caraun, Brackloon, Dunsandle, Clashaganny, Kiltullagh, Greyford, Esker, Gloves, Carnakelly, Duanes, Earl Inn, Duanes again, and back to the hurling pitch.