Depleted Kanturk hurlers resume league action
HAVING been decimated with player unavailability due to county and being exam-tied along with injury and holidays, Kanturk return to the playing fields on Wednesday next, 20th June with an away league tie against Ballyhea.
While Kanturk will be a long way short of a full team it will be an opportunity for the extended panel to make a bid to stake a claim for round two championship starts. INTER COUNTY:
Following a weekend of inactivity for Cork senior hurlers, they are certain of All Ireland series activity as a minimum in July and they have a great chance to qualify for the Munster hurling final on July 1st which would see them, at a minimum, face an All-Ireland quarter final on July 15.
Cork travel to Thurles on Sunday 17th June to face Waterford and all in Kanturk will be hoping to see a return to the match day fold of Lorcain McLoughlin who’s experience could be essential. Best wishes to Anthony Nash who has been in fine form to date.
Wolfe Tones (Kanturk) U12 footballers travel to Glantane on Thursday 14th June for a league tie with the home side and play host to Killavullen on Wednesday 20th June with a 7.30pm start.
On Thursday 21st June the Kanturk U14 hurlers host Buttevant also at 7.30pm. FIXTURES:
Thursday 14th June at Glantane; Rebel Og North U12’A’FL; Wolfe Tones (Kanturk) v Kilshannig 7.30pm.
Wednesday 20th June at Kanturk; Rebel Og North U12’A’FL; Wolfe Tones (Kanturk) v Killavullen 7.30pm.
Wednesday 20th June at Ballyhea; RedFM SHL; Kanturk v Ballyhea 8pm.
Thursday 21st June at Kanturk; Rebel Og North U14B1 HL; Kanturk v Buttevant 7.30pm.
Above, At Kanturk Golf Club, Daniel Murphy, Cullen, who won the Open Singles at Kanturk Golf Club is pictured with Tim Cremin (President), Brendan O’Neill (Captain) and Brendan Martin (Sponsor).
Above right: Patsy Piggott, Dromagh, who won first prize in the Kanturk Golf Club Classic, receives his prize (Joint winners not present for photograph were Mike Crowley and Moss McCarthy, Rathmore)
Right: Jim Tobin and Donie Kiely, both Newmarket, who won second prize in the Classic, pictured with Tim Cremin (President), Brendan O’Neill (Captain) and Eamonn Tarrant of E. Tarrant & Sons. Maurice Hickey, Knocknagree, not present for photograph, was also a winner. Photos: Sheila Fitzgerald