Under-10 League

Written by admin. Posted in News Feed, Under 10

Published on May 09, 2018 with

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11th June- Moorefield vs Round Towers

Our U10 hurlers played nearby Round Towers in the League Monday evening. It turned into a very high scoring game with the teams evenly matched. Both sides scored some fabulous points from play and there were some well taken frees also. The lads continue to improve their hooking and blocking skills and there were even some nice neat sideline cuts. Keep up the good work lads, Moorefield Abú! 

20th May- Moorefield vs Kilcock 

Another strong display from Moorefield’s U10 hurlers Sunday morning at home against Kilcock. Skills are improving week on week and there was some great pick-ups, hooks and blocks from the lads today. They were very committed and hardworking in defence and the midfielders and forwards got some lovely scores. Well done lads and thanks, as always, to the parents for their support and encouragement on the sideline.

22nd April- Moorefield vs Cappagh

Moorefield’s U10 hurlers played their second game of the Spring League on Sunday morning at home against Cappagh. It was great to see player numbers up again, and a special mention to Ed, Cian and Jack, who played for the opposition to even out numbers. Never easy for players or coaches but it meant everyone got more game time and hopefully more experience as a result. Some lovely hand passing, hooks and blocks from the lads today – they are really beginning to play well as a team, supporting each other with some nice interplay. Impressive dance moves at the end too!!

 

Moorefield vs Athy

9th April- Moorefield vs Athy

Moorefield’s U10 hurlers got the Spring League off to a great start yesterday morning with an away game in Athy. Fantastic to see so many lads turn up, and a special mention to Connor and Jack, who played their first hurling match for Moorefield. Super skills on display all round – hooking, blocking, hand passes, strikes from the hand and roll lifts, not to mention the commitment and energy from everyone. It was a real team display, all the more impressive considering it was their first game in months. Well done lads and thanks to everyone on the sideline for the encouraging support.