Leitrim Hurling news Week beginning 25th
 
Hurling Go Games for Under 8s / under 10s/ under 12s will be held at the following venues at 11am. All new players are encouraged to come along.
Saturday 30th July in Ballinamore
Saturday 13th Carrick
Saturday 20th Manorhamilton
Saturday 03rd Gortlettragh

Under 14 Hurling Championship
Ballinamore will play Cluainin Iomaint in the under14 hurling championship final. This fixture has not been fixed yet.

Under 16 Championship Fixtures-
Week of 8th August Gortlettragh v Cluainin Iomaint and St. Marys v Ballinamore
Week of 15th August Ballinamore V Gortlettragh and Cluainin Iomaint V St. Marys
Week of 22th August Cluainin Iomaint V Ballinamore and St. Marys V Gortlettragh
Week of 29th August Final
 
Leitrim Under 16s played Sligo last Tuesday in Ballinamore.  The best from both teams were picked to amalgamate to play in a tournament inÓgalway on the following saturday.  6/7 Leitrim players were picked to play but only 3 could travel on the day.  Joe McMorrow, Karl McDermott and Kevin Clerkin (Cluainin Iomaint) travelled with Sligos best to play in a tournament in Salthill Galway. All three played against the tough opposition of Mayo, Roscommon and Liam Mellows Minor team of Galway.  Special thanks to Steve Feeney who travelled with the team to Salthill.

Minor Hurling championship will be a straight knock out –
20th August Manor v Ballinamore and Gortlettragh V St. Marys
 
County U21 Hurling

The county under 21s have been training over the last 3 wednesdays in preparation for their game against Mayo on Monday August 1st – 7pm in Charlestown – Leitrim V Mayo
 
Leitrim Senior Hurling league-
Last Monday Cluainin Iomaint travelled to play St. Marys.  On a very wet evening the pitch could not be faulted and provided perfect conditions for hurling. The half time score was St. Marys 0.03 to Cluainin Iomaint 0.07.  In the second half Cluainin extended their lead and won out fairly comfortably on a score line of St. Marys 0.06 to Cluainin Iomaint 0.17.  Both teams were missing county players but this league has been set up to provide hurling to those who wish to play the game more.  So far it has been a good success with Gortlettragh and Cluainin with a win each.  Neither club will read too much into this as St. Marys continue to dominate hurling when championship time comes around. Next fixture is on Monday 25th when Cluainin Iomaint travel to Gortlettragh.

 

 

25-Jul-11 by Micheal Dolan – Hurling PRO