Teerbeg springs back to life as new season begins
Teerbeg was a hive of activity recently when Laochra Óg's youngest club players started back training with their dedicated trainers and kids all getting straight back into the swing of it. It was great to see everyone enjoying themselves.
All trainers are volunteers and put in a huge effort throughout the year. Thanks as always to Michael and Nora Mc Carthy Glenview Motors for their continued support to by providing playing fields for our members.
On Saturday, Laochra Óg U9 boys had their first hurling match against Cloughduv in Clondrohid Community astro pitch.
They played three, 15-minute games. They lost the first game as they were a bit rusty and not long back to training, but the second and third games were very good competitive games.
The boys played very well as a team with some nice hand passing on show in their first U9 game since stepping up from U8 ground hurling blitzes last year.
The club would like to thank Cloughduv for three great games, to the parents for bringing the boys to games and training. They also would like to thank sponsors Niall Murphy Tarmac and Micheal and Nora McCarthy of Glenview for the use of Teerbeg, and to Clondrohid Community Recreational Facilities Ltd for the use of the astro pitch.
On Sunday Maria and Connie Healy of Healy's Spar Clondrohid, presented the new U16's jerseys to Laochra Óg. The club greatly appreciates the support the Healy family are giving to the club in becoming one of its latest sponsors.
Meanwhile, the latest Club Development Draw took place in Clondrohid Community Hall. The winner of €360 went to John Cotter, Macroom and the sellers prize of €25 went to T.P. Cotter's Bar, Macroom.