Our U10 Parish League took place on Sunday afternoon last in Páirc na nGael. There was great excitement as two teams battled it out for the honors to the delight of all the parents and grandparents who had gathered to cheer on all the boys and girls. The Tigers who were playing with the strong wind in the first half started off the best and were 2-02 to no score ahead at the break. In the second half the Lions made a great comeback and as the final whistle went it was as exciting as the All-Ireland Final because the sides were all square and the match went to extra-time. This was very close and the Tigers got their nose in front early on and went in at the break slightly in front. The Lions tried hard to comeback once again but the Tigers captained by Gavin Mulvihill held on for a great win. Afterwards in the clubhouse Gavin Mulvihill accepted the Shield on behalf of his team all the Boys and Girls received medals for their mighty efforts on the field. There were loads of treats and light refreshments for all those who attended the Blitz on such a wet and windy day. The Coaches would like to thank all the Boys and Girls and their parents who came training and attended matches far and near throughout the year. It is greatly appreciated and we look forward to another exciting year in 2015. Tigers: Gavin Mulvihill, Donnchadh Barrett, Gearoid O Sullivan, James Lee, James Broderick, Evan Curry, Callum Buckley. Lions: Fergal Pierse, Daire O Shea, Shonagh O’ Mahony, Dylan Steward, Calum Gleeson, Cillian O’ Connor, Conor Fitzgerald, Rory O’ Mahony.
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