Match Reports

J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior /League Championship

Thursday, 05 April 2018 at 11AM

J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior /League Championship

Galmoy 1-14 Blacks & Whites  1-11
April 2nd 2018

On a hard day for hurling, Galmoy prevailed over Blacks & Whites in Skeoughvosteen on Easter Monday April 2nd in the first round of the J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior hurling league. Conditions were tough for both sides and a pre match shower was no help on a heavily sodden pitch. Nevertheless,both sides strove manfully to play constructive hurling, with the visitors leading all the way and withstanding a late Blacks & Whites fightback.

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County Junior Hurling League (Round 4)

Tuesday, 24 July 2012 at 7PM

Galmoy 1-13, Blacks & Whites 2-8

Having been twelve points ahead towards the end of the first half, Galmoy needed two late points to edge victory over Blacks & Whites in this Junior Hurling clash at Galmoy on Friday evening July 13th 2012.The boys from Skeoughvosteen had staged a late recovery before the interval and continued to dominate the second half as they ate into the Galmoy lead.

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All County League [Round 3] Blacks & Whites 0-9, Windgap 0-6

Wednesday, 06 June 2012 at 12PM

All County League [Round 3]

Blacks & Whites 0-9, Windgap 0-6

Barrie HenriquesThere were not too many scores to warm the cockles of the hearts of the few brave Christians watching this All County League game in Tom Walsh Park on Saturday evening last. The game was more than scrappy, as both sides struggled to get up any semblance of a head of steam, where simple skills like catching, picking, or even striking caused more an inconvenience than a reality. Of course it was cold down under the shadow of the Mount Leinster, but it barely offers acceptance for the poor quality of hurling played.

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Junior Hurling League [Round 1] 2012 Blacks & Whites 2-14, Graignamanagh 1-13

Thursday, 24 May 2012 at 3PM

Blacks & Whites 2-14, Graignamanagh 1-13

Barrie HenriquesIn Tom Walsh Park on Saturday, the crowds were there in numbers, the gladiators from Graignamanagh were also there in the requisite numbers, and Mullinavat referee, Tom Duggan was set to ignite the fuse that would send next door neighbours into battle against each other for the bragging rites in the town of Graignamanagh. You really couldn’t say that they went to battle for the sake of the little village, as every man jack present were from the little village on the banks of the Barrow.

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