U8 Footballers take part in Football Blitz

Our U8s boys played a in a football blitz this morning in Mayfield. Our two Passage teams showed skill, teamwork and a great array of scores.

We included Mayfield and Ballygarvan teams played a total of 6 matches. Overall, it was a great morning of football, with lots of fun and enjoyment had by everyone involved. Thanks to the parents, players and coaches for a fantastic enjoyable morning of football.

Special thanks to Mayfield for hosting the blitz the boys certainly enjoyed the jellies after the games – nice touch from Mayfield.

Next blitz for this group of players is Saturday June 10th.

An Pasaiste abú 🟢⚪️

Passage Pythons V Carrigtwohill Cougars – Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others

Our Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others Passage Pythons headed east last night to play Carrigtwohill Cougars. A fantastic night of football and great craic had by all, well done to everyone involved! 🟢⚪️

Junior Footballers beat St. Finbarrs to advance to the McSwiney Cup Semi-Final

Great work from all the team this evening in the McSwiney Cup Quarter Final. A few crucial saves from Callum Finnegan in goal, with backs Kevin Cuthbert, Peter Walsh, Niall O Connor, Mark Lester, Cillian Murphy & James Lavery all working hard, especially in the second half.

Tomas Harrington & James Kind worked very well together in midfield to get the ball into the forwards for great scoring chances – forwards were Liam Harrington, Dylan Walls, Eoin Horgan, Conor Coughlan & Dylan Barrett.

Goals in the first half from James Lavery & Dylan Walls.

We now play Delanys in the Semi-Final – Well done lads 👏

Full Time Score:

Passage 2-11

St. finbarrs 1-09

Sean Coughlan & Callum Griffin make Cork U15 Hurling Panel

Best of luck to Sean Coughlan & Callum Griffin who are playing with Cork in U15 hurling this Saturday against Clare & Limerick 🟢⚪️

U12 Ladies Footballers continue their unbeaten league run

Our U12s continued their unbeaten run in the league last Thursday night away to Grenagh. A tight game for the opening quarter; great defending from both teams meant nearly 15 minutes had elapsed before Passage registered the first point of the game. This settled the Passage girls and they found their rhythm. They pushed on to win on a scoreline of 3-12 to 1-2.

Our forwards Sarah Coughlan (1-2), Aoife O’ Driscoll, Isabelle Sjaellender (0-1), Emily Collier (0-1), Eva Barry (1-0), Chloe Murray (1-2), Hayley O’ Brien and Emilie Lenihan all put in a great shift. In midfield Sarah Hendrick (0-1) and Roisin Hanlon (0-5) ran themselves to a standstill with some fantastic passages of passing.

Our backs Maggie Murphy, Erin Duggan, Laylah Browne, Adisson Murphy, Sophie Lordan, Danielle Price, Grace Murray, Katie O’Herlihy and Amy Walsh were on top form and controlled every ball that came their way. Kerri Daly in goal made 2 great saves and her excellent kick-outs began many of Passage’s attacks. Well done to all involved. Next league match this Tuesday home to Ballygarvan at 6.30pm.🟢⚪️

U10 Girls play 7-aside V Nemo in Manning Park

Super football in the sunshine this morning from our U10s against Nemo. We played 2 7-aside matches and all the girls enjoyed plenty of game time. The coaches are delighted with the girls’ skill levels which are improving all the time and they battled hard for every ball in very warm conditions this morning. Well done to everyone and thanks to Nemo for a great morning of football 🟢⚪️

U8 Boys take part in Monster Blitz

In today’s monster hurling blitz our under 8’s boys played in Bishopstown this morning. Our two Passage teams showed skill and spirit in hot sunny hurling conditions.

All teams showed excellent teamwork, with some fantastic striking, blocking, saves and great teamwork all round.

Teams played included Sars, Blackrock, Nemo and Aughbollogue. Overall, it was a great morning of hurling ,with lots of fun and enjoyment had by everyone involved. Thanks to the parents, players and coaches for a fantastic enjoyable morning of hurling.

Next blitz for this group of players is next Saturday May 20th.

An Pasaiste abú 🟢⚪️

AOS Security Hurling & Football Championship Draws

The draws for the Seandun GAA AOS Security Hurling & Football Championships were done last night at the City Division Meeting – hurling championships are as follows:

Division 1 Hurling, 1st Round:

  • Whites Cross V St Finbarrs
  • Nemo V St. Vincents
  • Glen Rovers V Bishopstown
  • Brian Dillons V Whitechurch
  • Blackrock V Na Piarsaigh

Bye – Passage

Division 1 Hurling, 2nd Round:

  • Passage V Losers of Nemo & St. Vincents
  • Losers of Glen Rovers & Bishopstown V Losers of Blackrock & Na Piarsaigh
  • Losers of Brian Dillons & Whitechurch V Losers of Whites Cross & St. Finbarrs

Division 2 Hurling, 1st Round:

  • Nemo V St Rathpeacon
  • Blackrock V Lough Rovers
  • St. Finbarrs V Bishopstown
  • Passage V Mayfield
  • Na Piarsaigh V Whitechurch
  • Glen Rovers V Douglas

Division 2 Hurling, 2nd Round:

  • Losers of Nemo & Rathpeacon V Losers of Passage & Mayfield
  • Losers of St. Finbarrs & Bishopstown V Losers of Blackrock & Lough Rovers
  • Losers of Na Piarsaigh & Whitechurch V Losers of Glen Rovers & Douglas

Division 1 Football, 1st Round:

  • Bishopstown V Mayfield
  • Delanys V Whitechurch
  • Douglas V Brian Dillons
  • Nemo V Whites Cross

Bye – Passage

Division 1 Football, 2nd Round:

  • Passage V Losers of Douglas & Brian Dillons
  • Losers of Nemo & Whites Cross V Losers of Bishopsotwn & Mayfield

Division 2 Football, 1st Round:

  • Mayfield V St. Finbarrs
  • Douglas 2 V Ballyphehane
  • Rathpeacon V Passage
  • Nemo V St. Nicks
  • Bishopstown V St. Vincents
  • Na Piarsaigh V St. Michaels
  • Douglas 1 V Whites Cross

Division 2 Football, 2nd Round:

  • Losers of Rathpeacon & Passage V Losers of Bishopstown & St. Vincents
  • Losers of Douglas 2 & Ballyphehane V Nemo & St. Nicks
  • Losers of Douglas 1 & Whites Cross V Losers of Na Piarsaigh & St. Michaels

Bye – Losers of Mayfield & St. Finbarrs

Passage player Darragh McCarthy lines out for Cork

Best of luck to Darragh McCarthy who starts at full-back for Cork in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Hurling Final at Semple Stadium tomorrow evening against Clare – we are all very proud of you Darragh!

Brian Griffin lines out for Cork Primary Schools team in Pairc Ui Chaoimh

Well done to our player Brian Griffin who lined out for the Cork Primary Schools team on Saturday – Brian represented the Cork Primary Schools team at half time of the senior match between Cork and Tipperary in Pairc Ui Chaoimh, and it was a great occasion for him and his family

Well done Brian!