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ClooneyQuin U16 Hurlers overwhelmed Newmarket with a great team performance last Sunday morning to qualify for the County Semi-final. Leading by 2-8 to 0-6 at half time, the home side continued to dominate in the 2nd period and finished up 4-14 to 1-10 winners. Their opponents in the semi-final will be Broadford, who were CQ's victors in the opening game of the campaign. The match is fixed for Gurteen on this Sunday morning at 11:00am. Hope to see a large band of Green and Red supporters there to cheer them on.

Sunday

August 31st

Junior A Hurling Championship

Round 4

Venue ; Tubber 

ClooneyQuin

v

Ennistymon

Time ; 6.00pm

Referee ; G Lyons

Saturday

August 30th

Junior B Hurling Championship

Venue ; Eire Og

ClooneyQuin

v

Inagh/Kilnamona

Time ; 3.00pm

Referee ; C McHugh

Friday

August 29th

Clare Senior Hurling Championship 

Relegation - Play Off

Venue ; Sixmilebridge

ClooneyQuin

v

Broadford

Time ; 6.30pm

Referee ; R McGann

(Extra Time, if necessary)

Sunday

August 17th

Clare Senior Hurling Championship

Group 1

Round 3

Venue ; Sixmilebridge

ClooneyQuin

v

Clonlara

 Time ; 1.00pm

Referee ; K Walshe

Sunday

August 3rd

Clare Senior Hurling Championship

Group 1

Round 2

Venue ; Cusack Park, Ennis

ClooneyQuin

v

Ballyea

Time ; 2.30pm

Referee ; Jim Hickey

Well done to our Minor Hurlers scored a comprehensive 4-9 to 0-3 win over Parteen in the championship on Friday evening at Mick Hennessy Memorial Park.
 Also, on home ground, our U16 Hurlers suffered their 2nd setback of the campaign on Sunday morning when they were pipped by Ballyea. While little separated the sides throughout, 4 points in the closing minutes gave the visitors a flattering 1-17 to 2-8 winning margin. The top performers for the home side were Darragh Ryan, Tadhg Shanahan, Colin Lynch and Alan Culligan.
ClooneyQuin U14 Hurlers took the main prize in our annual 4-team U14 Hurling tournament on Saturday last when they scored a 2-11 to 1-4 victory over this year’s Galway U14B champions, Moycullen in the ‘A’ final. Captain, Cathal Browne accepted the trophy on behalf of his team after a great day’s hurling.