GAA update for CCS


Sport in CSS

First Year Hurling

The First Year hurlers took part in the County Tipperary schools first year blitz in Clonoulty on Tuesday, 9th October. The other schools in their group were Thurles CBS, The Abbey, Tipp Town; Clonmel High School and Scoil Mhuire, Johnstown.  Cashel had a bye in the first round. They then faced Thurles CBS who were a strong side. The Cashel boys started slowly but soon got into the game and competed well. Final score: Thurles 2 – 5, CCS 0 – 5.

Cashel played The Abbey next and secured their first win by 1 – 3 to 0 – 2. In their third game, Cashel were ahead at half-time but allowed Johnstown to get a run on them in the second half and went down 1 – 3 to 3 – 6. In their final game it was CCS who got a second half “run” on Clonmel High School who had a strong side. Final score: Cashel 3 – 3, Clonmel 1 – 5. Across the four games, Joe Griffey, Eoghan Connolly, Mark Downey, Ross Bonnar, Colin McEniry and Lorcan O’Dwyer stood out for Cashel. The final rounds of the blitz take place next Tuesday, 23rd October.

Team: Ger Cummins, Colin McEniry (0-1), Sean O’Connell, Lorcan O’Dwyer, Kevin Fitzgerald, Eoghan Connolly (0-3), Michael Morrissey, Joe Griffey (0-1), Mark Furlong (0-1), James Kirby, Martin Ryan, Murragh McDermott, Ross Bonnar (3-3), Colm Moloney, Mark Downey (1-4), Adam Skeffington, Rodge Concalves (0-1), Declan Crosse, Shane Farrell, Conor Lowth, Jack Maher, Dean O’Dwyer (1-0), Jamie O’Keeffe, Michael O’Meara, Mark Ryan.

 

U15 Football Win

The U15 footballers notched their first win in the Munster schools championship at Sean Treacy Park, Tipp Town, when they proved too strong for Haydwood College. Playing with a very strong wind in the first half Cashel amassed a good lead thanks to early goals from Paddy Fahy, James Ryan and Jack Burke. In fact, CCS dominated the entrie first half in all areas, especially the forwards and midfielders. Ben Blackford in goal brought off several good saves while the six backs held firm. In the second half, however, the Cashel backs were under great pressure but they showed good ability to keep their opponents at bay. Against the wind, Cashel still threatened in attack, with goals coming from Jack Burke and Paddy Fahy.
The final whistle saw them ahead 7 – 9 to 0 – 8.