Senior Footballers advance to Munster Semi Final


ST.Augustine's  8 – 11            HAZELWOOD C.S. DRUMCOLLOGHER     1 – 05

The scoreline indicated a facile win and for much of this match the Friary boys did indeed control matters but the real deciding factor in this quarter final tie was the dismissal of two Hazelwood players in a single incident early in the second half.  St. Augustine’s began well and despite some early misses led by three points at the ten minute mark.  Two cracking goals by John Elstead and Paul Tobin afforded some breathing space and the Friary boys looked set for an easy victory.  Hazelwood however dominated the last ten minutes of the half and had reduced the deficit to six by the break.

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Ladies Senior "B" Munster Final

Senior Ladies' Football Squad

Senior Ladies Football Team



Senior “B” Munster Final

Greenhill, Carrick- on- Suir:                 2-8

St Augustine's College Dungarvan:    1-9

The Friary Ladies contested the Senior B Munster final against nearby opponents from Carrick-on-Suir. The game was played in Stradbally on Wednesday, January 22nd and was a nail biting affair from start to finish.


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Hurling News

Munster Hurling Semi Final.

St Augustine’s College 0 -14

Salesion College Pallaskenry 1 -14

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GAA Past Pupils' Success

GAA - Past Pupils

Past Pupils’ Success All Ireland Freshers’ Football League

Congratulations to past pupil Brian Looby, a member of the UCC Fresher’s team that won the All Ireland Fresher’s Football League title beating DCU in Carriganore recently.

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Handball News

60x30 Club ChampionshipFriary 60x30 Club Champions: Front row: Gavin Joyce (Under 16), Ben Flynn and Dean Beresford (Under 14).Back row: Ryan O'Neill (Under 16), Kavan O'Keeffe and Tom Looby (Under 15)

Munster 60/30 Handball

Munster Colleges Handball

The Munster Colleges 60/30 Handball Championship took place in Hospital, Co. Limerick. The Friary Handball team accompanied by team coach Bro Finbarr Spring OSA and came home with a trove of medals.

Munster HandballRory Cusack and Keelan Dee Carter were runners-up in the 1st Year Doubles.

Tom Looby and Gavin Joyce were also runners-up in the Junior Boys Doubles.

Ciarán O’Neill and Jamie Joyce took the runners-up slot in the Intermediate Boys Doubles, while Ciarán was also runner –up in the Intermediate Boys Singles.

Congratulations to all the team and coach Bro Finbarr Spring OSA.

Pictured is Rory Cusack,Keelan Dee Carter, Tom Looby,Gavin Joyce, Ciarán O'Neill and Jamie Joyce

Handball trip to LA

LA Photo

Group of Friary students, members of the Abbeyside/ Ballinacourty Handball Club who travelled to LA over the Christmas holidays with their medals. Congratulations on your successful trip.

Back row: Oisín O'Mahoney, Padraic Di Fusco, Jamie Joyce and Gavin Joyce

Front row: Anthony Fitzgerald, Tom Looby, Michael Dwyer and Cormac Dwyer


GAA News

Senior Hurling

We play Pallaskenry in the Munster Senior Hurling C semi-final in Cashel at 12 30 this Wednesday 15th Jan. After three good wins we hope to reach the final of this competition again for the first time since 2010.

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Munster Senior Colleges' Football

Munster Senior Colleges' Football

St Augustine’s:              3 -08

Causeway C.S. Kerry:  1 -07

Mallow was the venue for a second victory within seven days for our senior footballers, who had to work hard to see off a skilful Kerry side.  A gale force wind made conditions difficult for both teams but the Friary took full advantage in the first half notching up 3 -05 to their opponents 0 – 04.  The first goal was a somewhat fortunate effort from hard working centre forward Thomas Conway, Paul Tobin followed up with an opportunist strike and Dylan Guiry was on the end of a fine team move to hammer home the third.  The second half required a disciplined defensive effort and the experienced trio of Jack Mullaney, Ciaran O’Neill and Ross Browne led by example, each in turn thwarting many a Causeway attack.  O’Neill in particular, giving his usual all action display, defended stoutly and counter-attacked at every opportunity.  Overall then, this was a positive display and if the score taking shows improvement then this team could well make an impact when the championship quarter finals are staged in January.
K. Dwane (Ballinacourty), C. McCarthy (Ballinacourty), E. Conway (Ardmore), D. McGuckian (Stradbally), C. O’Neill (Brickey Rangers), J. Mullaney (Stradbally) Capt, R. Browne (Colligan Emmets) 0-1, C. Prunty (Ballinacourty), J. Allen (Dungarvan) 0 -2, J. Elstead (Ballinacourty), T. Conway (Ardmore) 1 -0, D. Guiry (NIre) 1 -01, E. Kiely (Ballinacourty) 0 – 02, D. Looby (Ballinacourty) 0 – 02,  P. Tobin (Stradbally) 1 -0, Subs Used: M. Sweeney (Stradbally) for Elstead, S. Keating (Ardmore) for Allen
No such luck for our Under 15⅟₂ side who had to give best to a physically stronger CBS side in the local championship at windswept Fraher Field.  This youthful team came up short on this occasion but many of the panel still have the U.14 and U.16⅟₂ championships to look forward to.

Good Week for Friary Hurlers & Footballers

U15 ½ Hurling

The Friary Under15½ had a comprehensive win over St Declan's Kilmacthomas in the first round of the County Championship last week. It was a good team display throughout with Séamus Ryan his usual safe self in goal and he was well protected by his defence, in particular Daragh McGrath, Tony Collins, James Beresford. Ryan O'Neill and Mick Devine worked tirelessly at midfield and upfront Meldon O'Dwyer, Neil Montgomery and Pa Power all took some nice scores. We now play St Paul's in the next round.  The College footballers had a successful week, with victories in the Waterford Colleges Championship for the U.15 ½ side, followed by a similar result for the Seniors in a second round Munster Championship tie which was also a first defence of our All-Ireland title. ST. AUGUSTINES 7 - 10   ST. DECLANS, KILMACTHOMAS 2 - 06

The first half was a very close affair, but a much improved second period ensured a comprehensive victory in the end.  A feature of the game was the outstanding play of corner forward Pa Power who finished with a personal tally of 2 – 04 and had a hand in many other scores.  Remarkably, Mick Devine contributed three goals from mid-field.

Team: A. Beresford (Ballinacourty), M.Kiely (An Ghaeltacht), T. Collins (Ballinacourty), J. Dunford (St. Pats), J. Beresford (Ballinacourty), D. McGrath (Ballinacourty) Capt, C. Curran (Brickey Rangers), R. O’Neill (Brickey Rangers) 0 -1, M. Devine (Dungarvan) 3 – 0, M. Boland (Dungarvan) 1 – 1, S. Murphy-Nix (St. Pats) 1 – 0, T. Looby (Ballinacourty) 0 – 3, P. Power (Ballinacourty) 2 – 04,  J. O’Riordan (Ballinacourty) 0 -1, J. Whyte, (Kilrossanty)

Subs Used: C. Fagan (Ballinacourty) for M. Kiely, M. O’Riordan (Ballinacourty) for T. Looby, B. Flynn (Ballinacourty) for J. Whyte, G. Hallinan (Ballinacourty) for J. Dunford.



ST AUGUSTINES 2 – 10    BANTRY C.S.  0 – 11

This delayed second round tie was played at Ballincollig and proved to be a tough and testing encounter.  The Bantry side were strong and skilful and had the benefit of a twice played preliminary tie.  The Friary boys, though lacking match sharpness, showed admirable grit and determination to get over the line.  Goals from the Nire’s Dylan Guiry and Ballinacourty’s David Looby proved vital and a brace of late points from the excellent Conor Prunty were decisive.  The most encouraging aspect of the overall team performance was the contribution of some of the newer members of the panel.  Conor McCarthy, Darren McGuckian, Eoin Conway, John Elstead and Paul Tobin all had their moments and will certainly benefit from the experience.

Team: K. Dwane (Ballinacourty), C.McCarthy (Ballinacourty), E. Conway (Ardmore) D. McGuckian (Stradbally), C. O’Neill (Brickey Rangers), J. Mullaney (Stradbally), R. Browne (Colligan Emmets)  Capt,  C.Prunty (Ballinacourty) 0 – 3, J. Allen (Dungarvan) 0 – 1, J. Elstead (Ballinacourty), T. Conway (Ardmore), D. Guiry (Nire) 1 – 0 ,P. Tobin (Stradbally) D. Looby (Ballinacourty) 1 – 05, E Kiely (Ballinacourty)

Subs Used: N. Donovan (Modeligo) for E. Conway, M. Sweeney (Stradbally) 0-1 for P. Tobin



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