Worcester v Barley House Wolves
There was no separating these teams when they met earlier in the year, and for most of this final it looked like it was heading towards another draw. But three goals in the second half lifted Worcester to victory, and their captain Liam Kelly lifted the cup on a 3-06 to 0-08 scoreline.
Worcester Captain Liam Kelly raises the junior C hurling cup.
Posted: August 22, 2017, 8:07 am
Sunday August 20 - Irish Cultural Center, Canton Mass.
4:00 Senior Football Final – Shannon Blues v Aidan
McAnespies have made it this far against the odds - can they take the final step?
So, we are down to the last two teams standing after a very
close run senior football championship.
Starting with the Shannon Blues.
The Blues have at times looked unstoppable this year
Posted: August 17, 2017, 12:20 am
Barley House Wolves 0-12 Hartford 2-4
It was a final of two halves as the Barley House Wolves
erased a large deficit to come back in the second half and capture their first
junior C hurling trophy since 2012. An
emotional team captain, Dan Hannah, thanked his teammates for their efforts,
and Hartford on a great game. It is the
first piece of silverware heading across the New Hampshire
Posted: August 30, 2016, 1:53 am
Wexford 4-11 Tipperary 2-21
Tipperary gathered another two points in the junior hurling
championship with a well-earned victory over Wexford. Tipp had the run of things for most of the
game and at one point led by 14 points however two late Wexford goals provided
the Slaneysiders with a sliver of hope in injury time, but the Tipp back line
withstood Wexford’s late flurry and the 4 point lead
Posted: July 25, 2016, 10:12 pm
Offaly 2-21 Barley House Wolves 0-5
The junior A hurling championship opened with Offaly and
Barley House Wolves meeting on a pleasantly breezy afternoon at the ICC. It was a first outing for Offaly who will
likely prove to be a strong junior A side this year and for the all American
side, Barley House Wolves, it was a step up as the New Hampshire based team
competes at junior B in the North
Posted: June 13, 2016, 1:50 am
2015 North American Finals – Chicago
Gaelic Park, in the Oak Forest suburb south of Chicago,
hosted the finals for the first time since 2010. Clubs from all over North America, which
included the Hoboken camogie club in New Jersey, made the journey to compete
for national championships in several categories from Junior D football to
senior footall, camogie, and hurling. Six
Posted: September 6, 2015, 11:50 pm
Worcester 3-8 Barley House Wolves 1-10
Worcester Captain Dan Swetland is presented
with the trophy.
The Worcester and Barley House Wolves teams and supporters
traveled from central Massachusetts and Concord NH respectively to contest the
junior C hurling final at the Irish Cultural Center. It was an intensely contested, hard hitting
affair with Worcester coming out on top.
Posted: August 24, 2014, 1:34 pm
By Rory O'Donnell
The 2014 Boston Championships begin this coming
weekend. All 8 senior football clubs
will be in action, with the first game on Saturday afternoon, followed by 3
games on Sunday. In addition, there will
be a recognition ceremony for the Barley House Wolves hurling club for their
contribution to the spread of hurling beyond the Greater Boston area, and the
service of club
Posted: May 22, 2014, 11:46 am
Pat O'Brien Cup
0-6 Donegal 1-11
Donegal's Mark Canney on a foray forward.
and Donegal played the only Cup game on the schedule for Sunday, with Donegal
emerging comfortable winners following a closely contested first half. Donegal fielded a team with strength down the
middle. Matt Smyth was a formidable
force in the half back line, and up front Dean Matthews and Gavin
Posted: May 7, 2014, 2:25 pm
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Posted: September 14, 2013, 2:51 pm