Saturday, May 14, 2016

Photo of the Week

Abbeyside Senior Hurling Panel v Roanmore, 2014
Back Row (L to R): Eoin Bergin, Ross Dunford, Jack Duggan, Laurence Power, Patrick Lynch, Eoin Enright, Mark Ferncombe, Stephen Enright, Patrick Hurney, Gavin Breen, Gary Hurney, Michael O'Halloran, Seán Daly, Shane Briggs, Mark Gorman, Stephen Cliffe, Stephen O'Connor.
Front Row (L to R): John Power, Mark Fives, David Collins, Tiernan Murray, Shane O'Donovan, Brian Looby, Richie Foley, James O'Mahony, Seán O'Hare, Maurice Power, John Hurney, Conor Prunty, Evan Collins.

Last night, Abbeyside began it's County Senior Hurling Championship campaign for 2016 with a 1-16 to 0-13 victory over Roanmore at Kill. This week's photo brings us back two years and the last time we met the city men at the same venue. A tough encounter saw us emerge victorious on a scoreline of 1-20 to 2-12, thereby securing qualification for the knock-out stages of the championship.
Club History
Abbeyside / Ballinacourty GAA Club was formed in 1967 as a result of the amalgamation of Abbeyside Hurling and Football Clubs and Ballinacourty Football Club. It is situated within the Parish of Abbeyside, Ballinroad and Garranbane. Located on the eastern side of the River Colligan, it forms the northern and eastern shorelines of Dungarvan Harbour from Abbeyside Church to Ballinacourty Lighthouse
Development Fund
Abbeyside/Ballinacourty GAA Club has been growing at a dramatic pace over the past 10 years with the population of our parish increasing rapidly. We must ensure that we have the best facilities for all our players. We want to ensure that the next generation have the facilities that they need and deserve. We are asking supporters and friends to support this project over the next five years.
Strategic Plan
Past generations have had their visions for the future of our club. These are our current aims and with these achieved we hope to hand on the club to future generations in the same healthy state it was passed onto us.
Abbeyside/Ballinacourty GAA Club, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland.
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