Kilmoyley and Ballyduff win camogie and hurling INTO Mini Sevens titles
THE GAA/INTO mini sevens camogie and hurling finals were played in Tom Healy Park Abbeydorney last Monday, with Kilmoyley claiming the camogie and Ballyduff the hurling title.
The tournament attracted a good entry again this year with twelve teams participating in the hurling and eight in the camogie. Following the series of round robin games in the camogie Kilmoyley and Ardfert contested the final.
Kilmoyley, who dominated all opposition all day, got off to a great start and landed two early goals but credit Ardfert who tried hard throughout to narrow the gap but came up against an in form Kilmoyley team.Kilmoyley took the title 3-1 to 0-1.
Ballyduff beat off the stern challenge from Glenderry in the hurling semi-final while Lixnaw overcame the hosts Abbeydorney in the second semi-final.
In the hugely exciting final the teams traded scores in the first half but the Ballyduff boy's got the vital goals in the second half to claim the title for 2014.
Congratulations to the winners and well done to all who participated in what was a very enjoyable days hurling.
A huge thanks to organiser Mr Conor Kearney and to the officers of the Abbeydorney club for making their excellent facilities available to the schools again this year.