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Update 1st September 2016

Cois Fharraige played the U13 county final last week against Padraig Pearses, and led at half-time by a creditable 2-4 to 1-4.  Against the wind in the second half however, Pearses came back strongly and lead by 4 points as the game drew to a close. Two late goals from Pearses flattered them with a 4-9 to 2-5 victory. However Cois Fharraige gained promotion to B grade for next season - well done on a great year.
Next up are the Bearna-na Forbacha U12 hurlers, who are in training currently for the county semi-final. The U8s and U10s are also in action, with Go-games re-starting at 6:30pm on Spiddal pitch this weekend, Friday Sept 2nd.

Hurling news 24th August 2016

Cois Fharraige U13 hurlers played their county semi-final this week in Kenny Park against Mullagh-Kiltormer, winning on a score line of 3-7 to 2-4. Leading narrowly at half time by 1-3 to 1-2, Cois Fharraige forged ahead after the break, with Mullagh-Kiltormer narrowing the gap at the end with a late goal. It was a great win for coaches and kids, who now play the county final against the high scoring Padraig Pearses from Ballymacward in the coming days. Please check bnaf.hurling on facebook for details on the final.
Bearna Na Forbacha played their remaining Junior A Championship fixture against Mellows this week, losing 1-8 to 3-10. However thanks to strong results in previous matches they are through anyway to the preliminary quarter final stage, to be played in the coming weeks.
Next Thursday, September 1st, Cois Fharraige U15s take to the field for the first time this year, playing Mícheál Breathnach's at Indreabhán, with throw-in at 6pm.

Update 17th August 2016

The Cois Fharraige U13 hurlers are back in action next week after a long break. They take on Mullagh-Kiltormer in Kenny Park at Athenry on Tuesday August 23rd. Throw-in is at 7:15 pm.

Hurling Update 10th August 2016

After a setback last Friday against Craighwell, Bearna-Na Forbacha adults take on Liam Mellows next Wednesday at Tonabrocky in the last game of the Junior A group phase. A win will seal qualification to the knock out stages of the championship. Throw-in is at 7pm.

Hurling News 3rd August 2016

After a break for Race Week, local hurling action resumes this weekend. Bearna-Na Forbacha adults are first to take the field when they play Craughwell in the Junior A Championship Friday August 5th. The game is at Carnmore and throw-in is at 7pm.
Following that, on Saturday 6th it will be the turn of the U13 Cois Fharraige team when they take-on Pádraig Pearses at 1pm in Ballymacward. 
Best of luck to both teams!