Archive for March, 2017


The clubhouse bar is open this Saturday March 18th at 3.30pm.
The main events are:-
On the field at 2.30pm we have
Glynn/Barntown v Castletown in Senior Football league followed closely by Ballyboden St.Endas v Gowran in the Leinster Hurling league at 3pm.
On our 2 screens we have Rugby Ireland v England & football with Kerry v Dublin.
All teams playing in Killurin on Saturday are joining in the craic so come along and support- Everybody welcome!
2 BOTTLES & A CURRY €10. Contact Tony on 087 9197865 to book your curry!!


Glynn Barntown ladies Catherine Carley and Celestine Fox were very worthy joint recipients of this years Glynn Barntown “Clubperson of the Year” award at a Wexford District reception held in the Riverbank House Hotel on Saturday evening. Both ladies have given decades of service to the club in a variety of ways and we are most proud to see them honoured for this. We offer them both our congratulations and a heartfelt thanks for their dedication and hard work. Pictured L-R Tossy Ryan, Catheribe Carley, James Flood and Lorraine Fox who accepted the award on Cel’s behalf.


 Congratulations to our Senior footballers who defeated the Shelmaliers on Friday night in the opening round of the league 1-10 to 0-7 with scores from Rioghan Crosbie 0-2 , Barry Doyle 0-2, Fionn Cooney 0-1, Daniel Carroll 0-4 & Aaron Kehoe 1-1.


Hard luck to Matt Doyle, James Stafford and Stephen Lyne and the Wexford u21 football team who were defeated in the #eirgrid U-21 Football Quarter Final by a goal. Final score 1-6 to 0-6 to Offaly.
Well done to Mark Fanning, Gary Moore and the Wexford senior hurlers who had an impressive win over Kerry in Innovate Wexford Park on Sunday.
 The Wexford Senior footballers undefeated league run also continued on Sunday with a win over Wicklow. Well done to James Stafford, Michael O’Regan, Rob Tierney and John Leacy.

Leinster Hurling League U15

 We had another great come back in the Leinster hurling league against Naas on Saturday afternoon and this time it was our u15s. The boys showed plenty of hurling ability with Tim Gilhooly scoring probably the club’s point of the year so far, running down the sideline with no intention of crossing over it and straight over the bar! Jake Travers’ goal at the end gave us a one point victory 4:8 to 2:13 to set us up for an away game to Myshall in Carlow in 2 weeks time.


 Our 14 camogie girls had a great day out in Croke Park on Sunday for the camogie All Ireland finals. We were one of 36 teams drawn to attend from 240 entries in the “Road to Croker” draw.