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
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 Wexford 4-12
Offaly held on to capture 2 championship points in a nail biting
junior hurling championship game on Saturday evening at the ICC in Canton. Offaly looked to have established a comfortable
10 point lead about 20 minutes into the game, however, Wexford hit with 2 goals
late in the half and another 2 in the
second to make it a one goal game in the final minutes. With
Posted: July 17, 2016, 3:03 am
Tipperary 1-15 Worcester 2-7
Worcester made their foray into the higher levels of junior
hurling for the first time Sunday afternoon.
In an unusual start, a clash of colours meant that the visitors had to
don red bibs for the duration of the game, and Tipperary started the game a
handful of players short of the 13. Worcester
led at the break, and in spite of battling hard in the second half
Posted: July 7, 2015, 12:21 am
Portland 5-8 Worcester 3-8
Portland made a major statement with the defeat of the North
American Junior C Champions at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton. A blistering first half performance saw
Portland open a substantial lead to have their opponents chasing the game. Worcester made somewhat of a comeback in the
second half and threatened to make a run on a couple of occasions, but some
Posted: June 15, 2015, 11:37 pm
Worcester 1-6 Fr. Tom Burke’s 3-20
After a tight first half in which Worcester proved to be a
good match for Tom’s, the game opened up in the second and Tom’s pulled away
thanks in large part to an early flurry of scores from Laois marksman David
O’Mahoney. O’Mahoney put away a quick
2-2 to extend the Tom’s lead to 11, and the outcome was in little doubt from
Terry Doran in
Posted: May 25, 2015, 2:41 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
Portland 3-2 Worcester 4-14
The Worcester Hurlers made a significant statement Saturday afternoon.
Worcester and Portland each made the journey to the Irish Cultural
Center in Canton Mass.
for their junior C clash on the main field.
Defending champions Worcester came away with a convincing win, and in
doing so sent a clear signal about their intent to reclaim the Northeast
Posted: June 30, 2014, 11:35 pm
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Posted: October 26, 2013, 9:56 pm