Oscar Traynor Squad announced

Oscar Traynor manager Derek Braddish with his assistants David Dunphy and Mike Considine have named their squad for their first game.

The will be a training session on Monday, time and venue to be confirmed.

The squad reads as follows;
John Mulready Boro
Rob Shire Regional Utd
Dermot Fitzgerald Balla
Thomas Clarke Boro
Brian Fitzgerald Cappamore
Pat Mullins Pike Rvs
Danny O’Neill Boro
Darragh Hughes Balla
Edward O’Donovan Pike
Adam Frahill Carew Park
Steve McGann Pike Rvs
Eoin Hanrahan Pike Rvs
Colin Daly Pike Rvs
Shane Walsh Janesboro
Jason Hughes Balla
Kieran O’Connell Reg’l
Darragh Rainsford Carew Park
Shane Clarke Boro
Keith Mawdsley Boro
Evan Patterson Reg’l

Inter County Youth Squad named

Inter County Youth Youths

Listed below is the Inter County Youth Squad, All players please note there is a training session this Wednesday in Pike Rovers @7 till 8.30, Players be there for 6.45.

Aisling Annacotty
1. Oisin Hayes, 2. Dylan O’Neill, 3. Killian Maloney, 4. Aodhan Keane ,

Fairview Rangers
1. Josh Considine, 2. Ross Mitchell, 3. Liam O’Sullivan, 4. Alex Kiely

Regional United
1 Liam Loftus
Charleville
1. Charlie Baker
Pike Rovers
1. Brian Thompson, 2. Adam Lipper, 3. Evan Hudner, 4. Sean Reeves Wassik, 5. Barry Coleman, 6. Adam Doherty, 7. Ethan Butler, 8. TJ o’Dwyer, 9 Cian Power

Two games off tomorrow

The Following two games have been called off tomorrow.

Galtee Fuels Div 1A
Corbally Utd v Summerville Rvs

Open Cup
Summerville Rvs C v Weston Villa

All other games remain fixed as scheduled

 

Limerick DL Representatives at the Quadrangular Tournament in Scotland

Despite Ireland suffering two defeats in the Quadrangular tournament, the LDL representatives gave a good account of themselves with Shane Clarke names as Ireland best player after scoring twice in three games.

Pike pair Gary Neville and Steven McGann were also part of the team along with Nenagh’s James McGrath.

Ireland beat the Isle of Man in their opener but went down subsequently to Scotland 1-0 and Northern Ireland 2-1.