Indoor school hurling titles for Lisnagry NS and Doon CBS

The first county titles of the Allianz Cumann na mBunscol year were handed out last Friday in Caherconlish and both of them went to the schools representing East Limerick. Lisnagry NS won the County Indoor camogie crown while the boys of Doon CBS were crowned Indoor hurling champions.

The Indoor Hurling was contested by the champions of the four Divisions in Limerick City and County. East champions Doon CBS emerged as outright winners but they were pushed all the way in a closely- fought tournament. West representatives were Monagea NS. Anglesboro NS represented South Limerick proudly while Milford NS acquitted themselves with distinction as City champions. Milford NS had the distinction of representing the City Division in both hurling and camogie.

Lisnagry NS were worthy winners of the Indoor camogie title. Lisnagry NS has a proud record in Indoor competitions. The standard was extremely high in both hurling and camogie this year. Shauntrade NS were flying the flag as West Limerick champions while the girls of Effin NS were representing the South Limerick Division.

Limerick hurling great Eamon Cregan was an interested spectator at the Indoor Finals and he presented the Indoor Camogie trophy to Lisnagry NS captain Olivia Mc Carthy.

Chairman of Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Luimnigh, Joe Lyons praised the competition saying,

‘Indoor hurling and Indoor camogie are wonderful games and a great way to start the year. Great credit is due to Brother Dormer and Paul Kennedy who ensured that everything went smoothly throughout the entire campaign. We are also lucky to have such a fine facility as Caherconlish Community Centre at our disposal.’

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