Some members of last years U19 Munster Championship winning side after they were presented with their squad half-zips. These were kindly sponsored by AOS Mechanical Engineering.
They did it !!!! U19 Munster Champions after a hard fought extra time battle against Colaiste an Trocaire, Rathkeale 3-8 to 1-11. Congratulations to the team and their management on a fantastic achievement
Congratulations to the Hazelwood U19 hurling team that beat Middleton 3-13 to 0-12 in the D Munster Semi Final. They will be playing Colaiste Na Trocaire, Rathkeale in the Munster final
Well done to our first year hurlers who took to Mick Neville Park last week. Leaving nothing behind them they recorded three out of three victories over Tralee, Rathkeale and Glanmire to bring the Munster Shield home to Hazelwood. Captain Ethan Buckley is pictured receiving the shield
Munster Finalists !!!!
Hazelwood College team who defeated SMI after a replay in the Munster D hurling semi-final 1-16 to 2-8. Munster Final v Crescent Comprehensive. Date, time and venue TBC
Hazelwood U/19 hurlers who defeated Presentation, Ballingarry after extra-time on a score of 5-8 to 2-16 in the Munster 1/4 final
Well done to the U16.5 Hurling team who defeated, Colaiste Mhuire Gan Smal, Blarney 2-17 to 2-9 in the 2nd Round of Munster. They now play Killeanaule in Munster Quarter final, next Friday Oct 12th.
Hazelwood Hurlers Magnificent March in Munster Championship
Hazelwood College 8-18
CBS Tramore 4-10
Hazelwood College’s Under 16½ hurlers got their U16½ Munster Championship campaign off to a winning start with a comprehensive victory over CBS Tramore recently. Hazelwood started well with a Stephen Coughlan goal, with points from Colin O’Brien, Luke Ryan, Dylan Hayes Daly and Damien Burke. Midway through the first half, Tramore settled, racking up several points and a goal. This was met with a sustained Hazelwood fight back, capped off before half time with a goal each by Coughlan and Hayes Daly, leaving the half-time score at 3-10 to 1-5.
After the restart, Hazelwood goals from Cian Magner Flynn and Dean Collins, with points supplied by Brian Buckley, opened a gap between the teams which Tramore were unable to bridge, despite their valiant efforts. Hazelwood College emerged with a commanding lead of 8-18 to 4-10.
Pictured are (back row, left to right) Mr Ronan Farrell (coach), Evan O’Flynn, Olan Collins, Dean O’Brien, Maurice Fitzgibbon, Brian Buckley, Dean Collins, Cian Magner Flynn, Luke Ryan, Stephan Coughlan, James McDermott, Cillian Shine, Dan Noonan, Jonathan Sheehan, Chris Hartnett and Darragh Stack. Front row (left to right) Darragh Lane, Micheál Begley, Micheál Ryan, Shane Ryan, Liam McDermott, Jack Sheehan, Colin O’Brien, Damien Burke, Dylan Hayes Daly, Oisín Brennan, Evan Murphy and Brian Murphy. Missing from picture is Mr Matt Finn (coach).