Crossabeg-Ballymurn (@1.4) vs Askamore-Kilrush (@3.0)

Our Prediction:

Crossabeg-Ballymurn will win

Crossabeg-Ballymurn – Askamore-Kilrush Match Prediction | 21-09-2019 08:30

Under 16s County Trials for the 2020 season....

The club reached the junior hurling final of 2006 where they lost by a point to Our Lady's Island . Six members of the 2000 U12 hurling winning team were members of the 2006 junior hurling panel. In 2008 the club were knocked out of the junior championship but went on to claim the junior shield when beating Geraldine O'Hanrahans, their first adult cup in thirteen years. The years since 2003 has seen the club founder in the junior ranks, and has been a traumatic time for all involved as every one adjusted to their new status. Out of recent disappointment has come a renewed focus and determination to climb the hurling ladder once again however long it takes.

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The purpose of this meeting is to inform all players, adult and under-age, of rule changes and fixture format changes in the coming year. We are asking each player to attend or be represented by a parent/guardian. The ladies' football club will hold an information meeting for all ladies' football players in the clubhouse on Friday at 7 p.m. sharp before the Coiste na Og meeting. Membership can be paid on the night also and new members can be registered.

The names of players from the Crossabeg and Ballymurn parishes are to be found playing with other teams in the surrounding areas such as Sallybeachers, Ardcolm, New Irelands, Oylegate, Glenbrien, Shelmaliers, Glynn and the Faythe Harriers throughout this period. There were no titles won and in some years a team might not be fielded at all, resulting in players throwing in their lot with neighbouring perishes, but never together. Ballymurn then followed Crossabeg back into the junior grade where both half parishes operated for over 30 years very much independent of each other with little if any inter change of players.

Despite the loss the ambition of the club was aroused and in the following year a restructuring of hurling in the county saw the club opting to go up to the Intermediate grade which would lead to a 15-year quest filled with heartache and disappointment as the club sought to win its first adult title as a one parish club.

In 1995 the junior B hurlers won the final at the third attempt beating the Rapparees in the final having lost the 1989 final to Bannow / Ballymitty. The club more than held its own at senior level and in 1994 narrowly lost the senior semi final to Oulart/ Ballagh who went on to record their own first senior win. At underage level in 1994 the club contested its first premier minor hurling final as a single club losing out to Rathnure. Worse was to follow when in 2003 saw the team relegated to junior ranks for the first time in thirty years. This was the high tide mark of the club as each year that followed saw a gradual slippage until in 2000 the club was relegated from senior ranks.

The parish consists of the two half parishes of Crossabeg and Ballymurn. The club takes the name of the parishes in which it is based (Parishes of County Wexford Ireland). Crossabeg-Ballymurn GAA Club is located in County Wexford Ireland. It is part of Wexford GAA. It is three miles (5km) north of Wexford town and runs for approximately 11 miles (18km) across like a figure eight.

Auditions will take place on Tuesday evening next June14. For more information and to arrange a time for audition contact email [email protected] or phone 087) 4114926. Carnew Musical Society are delighted to announce that 'Fiddler on the Roof' will be their 50th Production which will be performed in St Brigid's Hall, Carnew from Monday to Saturday, November21, to 26. The production team are Michael Dunbar, Director; Lar Duffy: Musical Director and Graham Finnerty: Choreographer.

GAA games have been played in the two half parishes of Crossabeg and Ballymurn since 1886, but the two areas operated independently of one another for the first eighty years of Gaelic games, as each parish had its own team.[1]The club contested the first Wexford senior football final of 1886 losing to Rosslare. The club won the senior football final of 1897.