The wet weather ruled out most of the games scheduled by the MSL last weekend so that included the games which were scheduled for the two Fermoy teams, probably a welcome break after a few hard games over the last few weeks.
The same weather also affected the local Rugby team's plans but one game which did go ahead was the GAA game between Fermoy and Valley Rovers in the Glenville Club sponsored U21 football tournament which is being played for the Trophy commemorating the late Dick Cahill of Glenville.
This game was played in Fermoy's second pitch which is in fairly good condition at the moment despite the constant use the various teams of the club are making of this ground at the moment, while the main Pitch Fitzgerald Park, is enjoying a well earned rest as well as goalmouth repairs etc.
The result of the game saw another Fermoy victory this time on the score of 2-14 to 1-8, the team will now meet either Macroom or Clanna Gael in the next game which will probably be played this week end.
The Fermoy Intermediate side hope to make their debut for the year on Sunday next when they face the might of Clyda Rovers in the Tom Creedon Cup.
More good news for the club is that Fitzgerald Park has been chosen as the venue for the very attractive Dr Harty Cup Colleges SH semi-final featuring Dungarvan Colleges and Thurles CBS, surely a mouth-watering prospect for any hurling fan?
Wishing the Kildorrery hurlers the best of luck in this weekend's All-Ireland JHC semi final.