Kiltha-og Under 14's Page
Manager: Fergus Lynch
Up and coming Games / Events
U14 Premier 2 Hurling Challenge Cup Final Kiltha Og 1-14 Bishopstown 1-07 Team: Paul Flynn,Tom Fleming,Patrick Daly ,Billy PedderMcCarthy, Darragh Leahy, David Lynch,Sean Geany,John Ahern (captain),Sean Ryan,Billy McGann,Jack Leahy,Cathal Murphy,Cillian O Callaghan,Conan Joyce,Brian Flynn,Patrick Crowley,Liam Kelly,Eoin Sweeny,Sean Casey,Charlie O Neill,Richie Harney,Warren Broderick,Oran Sweetnam.
Last Saturday Kiltha Og took part in A grade football Feile kindly hosted by Aghada Gaa .Our first game was against the hosts who started at a lightning pace while it took the Kiltha boys a while to wake up and get to grips with the game we played well in the second half but with only 12 minutes a half Aghada deservedly held on to win 4points to 2 points . We knew we had to win all remaining games to qualify for Cork A Feile semi finals. Killeagh were next up and again we had a slow start to the game but picked it up for the second half to win on a score line of 9 points to 3 points.Next up was Carrigtwohill who the lads have built up a healthy rivalry through playing each other in P2 Hurling. We played well from start to finish winning 3-4 to 0-1 no doubt helped by the fatigue of the Carrig lads who were playing there 4 th match in a row. The last match was against Youghal who had won all their games up to this point so for Kiltha Og to qualify this was a must win match .The last match was a great battle between two determined sides that had very little between them great credit to the Kiltha boys for holding out to win 2-1 to 1-1. It was a great credit to this team to win this group and go on to play the semi finals in bank holiday Monday at St Finbarrs.We were drawn against Balinora who had won Cork A Feile last year. As expected it turned out to be a huge ask up against a team that concentrates on football and sure enough we got a lesson in football loosing 1-15 to 1-1 to a very good football team but credit to the boys they kept trying to the very end. Best of luck to Balinora in the National Feile in Co Down representing Cork for a second year in a row.
Kiltha Og U14s travelled to Glen Rovers to play our Premier 2 Hurling league game last Friday evening.This was a really hard fought match with nothing spared on both sides but Kiltha Og played some excellent hurling scoring 1-15 from play. Glen Rovers 0-13 Kiltha Og. 1-19