Under 13 football

Well done to our under 13 footballers who took part in a blitz in cashel last Friday. Unfortunately we didn’t qualify from the blitz as we were defeated by an excellent Ballylooby team and we wish them well in the next round. All our players, led by captain, Rory Heffernan, performed admirably on the day and had a terrific contest with Killenuale in the last match.

County Champions

Wednesday certainly was a busy day for the school and we were thrilled to come away from Semple Stadium as Roinn D under 13 county champions. Our team showed incredible skill and determination to overcome an excellent Kilruane team and captain David Costigan capped off a remarkable year by winning cross country, football, soccer and hurling county titles with the school. Great credit is due to Morgan Lanigan for all his hard work coaching classes during the year.

Primary Game

Huge congratulations to Tom, Lucy and Jack who represented the school in the Primary Game matches this year. It is a fantastic honor for the school to have had three sixth class students chosen for these matches. Well done.

Hurling County Final

Our Under 13 hurling final will take place in Semple Stadium tomorrow, Wednesday, at 4.30pm against CLoughjordan. All support greatly appreciated. Panel of players please meet under the old stand at 4.00pm. There will be a voluntary contribution bucket at the gate of the stadium and any money collected will help to pay for the expenses of the finals.

Under 13 Hurling

Well done to our Under 13 hurling team who had a great win over Mullinahone yesterday to qualify for the county final in Semple Stadium. The county finals are fixed for the 18th and 19th of June.

Primary Game Trials

Best of luck to Tom Ryan, Jack Hayes, Lucy Callanan and Victoria Cantwell who were chosen to represent the school in the upcoming Primary Game trials. We look forward to seeing them wear the blue and gold in the near future.

Match Report

Two Mile Borris vs Ardfinnan

The U13 Boys were in a county final which was on in Golden against Ardfinnan on the 7th of November.

The starting line-up was Sean O’Dwyer in goal , Cathal Clancy and Tristian Troy were full backs while Jack Hayes and Dylan Maher, Captain, were the half backs. The midfield line was David Costigan , Killian Cantwell and John Mulligan , half forwards were Tom Ryan and Eamon Ryan and the finally the full forward line was Rory Heffernan and James Danagher .

The referee Mark Jordan threw the ball in and Ardfinnan won the ball.  They were quickly on the attack and Diarmuid Condon gave the ball to Shane Ryan who put the ball straight between the posts. 5 minutes later Shane Ryan got another point from a free which made the score 0-2 to 0-0.  Ardfinnan kept attacking and it finally paid off when Shane Ryan got the ball and kicked it into the square and bounced just over Sean O’Dwyer’s head and into the goal. 1-2 to 0-0 to Ardfinnan. Then Sean gave a perfect kickout to Jack Hayes he took his steps and gave a lovely pass to Eamon Ryan who kicked a lovely point over the bar. TMB were back in it, but Ardfinnan kept the pressure on them. When Tom Ryan got fouled, he took it himself and made no mistake and put it straight over the bar. The referee blew his whistle for half time. The score was Ardfinnan 1-2 TMB 0-2.

Mark Jordan threw in the ball. TMB won the ball. Eamon Ryan got the ball and soloed on and buried it in the top corner, he had 1-1 already. Ardfinnan got a free out and kicked it to Diarmuid Condon who Dylan Maher was marking. He hassled and harried him and Jack Hayes was on his way over to help out Dylan. Jack got the ball passed it to Aaron Dwyer who had come on for Rory Heffernan and Aaron passed it to Killian Cantwell who scored a great point. 5 minutes later TMB got a free and Tom Ryan kicked it over the bar and made it 1-4 to 1-3. The keeper from Ardfinnan kicked out the ball. David Costigan caught the ball out of the air and hit a brilliant score. Ardfinnan got a free and Shane Ryan lobbed it into TMB’s full back line. Tristian Troy caught it and handpassed it out to Cathal Clancy but Ardfinnan intercepted and kicked a lovely pass across the goal and Ardfinnan were about to shoot when Jack Hayes came across the goal and shouldered the man that was about to shoot. Jack gathered the ball and passed it to John Mulligan who passed it off to Tom Ryan who scored a nice point with the inside of his foot. Sean O’Dwyer our goalie made good kickouts and we retained the ball every time. Ardfinnan, especially Andrew Tobin and Tiernan O Leary, kept trying till the end but TMB brought on Sean Maher and Conor Doherty to help us hold on for victory. David Costigan got 3 unanswered points before Mark Jordan put the whistle to his mouth and blew for full time. The team were delighted. We had won 1-9 to 1-3. Dylan Maher, our captain, collected the big plaque and we were singing songs on the bus all the way home.

By Tom Ryan & Killian Cantwell  

County Champions

Congratulations to our U13 Boys’ Football team on their fantastic victory against a gallant Ardfinnan in the County Final today. After a hard fought battle, Two Mile Borris overcame Ardfinnan in the final ten minutes of the game. We couldn’t be prouder of our boys today. Thanks to Mr McCullagh and Morgan Lanigan for their work in preparing the team.

Thanks also to our wonderful supporters from 3rd to 6th class and to the staff, parents and families who travelled to Golden to support the team. It was a day for the record books! 

Photos to follow…. 

U11 Girls’ Gaelic Football Blitz

Our Under 11 Girls’ Team participated in a Gaelic Football League on Tuesday. They played three matches in total. The girls showed brilliant character and teamwork in all three matches. We thank Upperchurch NS, the Ursuline and Presentation Primary schools for sporting matches. 
Unfortunately, we won’t progress to the next stage of the competition but we wish to thank everyone who was involved. Thanks to Ms Ryan, Mrs O’ Brien and Morgan Lanigan for their work in preparing the girls for the blitz. 


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