Four­teen clubs rep­re­sented at hurl­ing tri­als

Wicklow People (West Edition) - - SPORT - HURL­ING ACAD­EMY at Bal­li­nakill

ON Satur­day last, Septem­ber 8, the Wick­low Hurl­ing GCA held their tri­als for the 2019 Un­der-14 and 15 hurl­ing pan­els.

Club rep­re­sen­ta­tion was the main talk­ing point of the morn­ing. 14 Wick­low clubs in to­tal were rep­re­sented across the two pan­els.

Four teams lined out on the morn­ing demon­strat­ing the tal­ent that has been de­vel­oped in Wick­low clubs at Go Games level over the years.

Credit must go to the club coaches on the ground putting in the hard work to im­prove the stan­dard in the county.

A spe­cial men­tion must also go out to the club men­tors who have put in the hard work over the past num­ber of months, work­ing with the Acad­emy squads.

Un­der-14: Colm French (Gle­nealy), Karl Cooke (Kil­coole), Pat Bren­nan (Bless­ing­ton)

Un­der-13: Jim Darcy (Eire Og Grey­stones), Pat Dunne (Donard)

Good Luck to new re­cruits to the Un­der-14 set up for 2019, Tony Doyle (Gle­nealy), John O’Toole (Kil­te­gan) and Michael An­thony O’Neill (Gle­nealy), who was part of the Wick­low Se­nior hurl­ing man­age­ment team for 2018 - five very ex­pe­ri­enced men to pass on the skills of the game

Some of the young hurlers and men­tors who at­tended the un­der-13 and un­der-14 tri­als in Bal­li­nakill last week­end.

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