Carlow Gaa News Thursday 6th August
In the Junior Football championship ‘A’ in Carlow last night, Grange had an eight point win over Rathvilly, 3-12 to 2-7 is how it finished.
Meanwhile St Patrick’s bounced back from a surprise defeat last week to beat Leighlinbridge by eleven points 1-16 to 1-5.
Kildavin-Clonegal manager Damien Treacy says they will have to be at their best on Sunday if they are to defeat Tinryland in the 2nd round of the Senior Football Championship.
Speaking to KCLR, Damien says that every team in Carlow represents a stiff challenge……
Fixtures for Thursday evening….
In the intermediate football championship group two St. Andrews and the Fighting Cocks meet in Netwatch Cullen Park at 7-30. Each team are looking for their first win
There are four games in Round 2 of the junior football ‘B’ championship
Mt. Leinster Rngs v Tinryland at Netwatch Training Centre Fenagh
Naomh Eoin v Asca at Netwatch Training Centre Fenagh
Eire Og v O’Hanrahans in Carlow Town HC
Old Leighlin v Kildavin-Clonegal in McGrath Park
All games are at 7-30