Our Men's A welcomed Rosslare. What turned into a game of 2 halves saw Rosslare lead 2-0 at Half Time after a very poor Hibs performance. Our lads were much improved in the second period and a Matty Kavanagh double saw us rescue a point. Our Mens B travelled to the Ballagh where a 3-2 win propelled them right back into the promotion mix.
Our Div 3A boys gave everything on a cold morning in on Ounavarra Park Saturday against Wexford Albion. After a tight first half which seen Hibs 1 down at half time, the boys conceded late goals to add gloss to the score line for Albion. Maximum effort was given by our boys . But unfortunately it was just not our day .. On to our next game!! Our Div 1A team welcomed St Cormacs. Hibs started the game slow not making there possession count . With Cormacs taking the lead. Hibs w
Rosslare Rangers made the long trip to Ounavarra Saturday morning for Hibs 2nd game of the season, the game got off to a great start with Hibs knocking the ball around gracefully and dominant in possession. Against the run of play Rangers opened the scoring with a long distance free kick dropping in under the bar. The home side stepped it up a level and almost immediately scored an equaliser with Jude Stafford latching on to a wonderfully weighed pass by Oisin Byrne, a second
Well done to our U9 teams this morning on two wonderful performances in Camolin. We had two very exciting and enjoyable games and all the lads were superb throughout. Thank you again to all the parents for your wonderful support throughout. Thank as always to our team sponsor Coláiste Naomh Eoin.
Both U11 boys teams were out Saturday with some fantastic performances from both teams. New Manager Billy Byrne took our U11 White team as they entertained Forth Celtic at home while Our U11 Blues welcomed Enniscorthy Town. There was great performances from numerous players on the day.
Our Mens "B" team travelled to Campile on Sunday morning looking to get back on track after a few tough results and duly obliged with a commanding 3-0 win. Manager Stephen Redmond will be delighted with some of the football played as well as the great result.
Courtown Hibs Ladies played away in Kilmore this morning.
This game was a thriller
The home side played with the breeze for the first half and it counted straight away with a mistake straight away from the Hibs defence punished 1st minute. A nervous Hibs took a while to settle but Kilmore put two more goals away and we were 3:0 down after twenty mins.
Hibs settled and began to play football and took the game to Kilmore. The pressure told with Marian Cardiff came out best
The weather was the big winner last weekend with a large number of games cancelled. Hopefully the coming weekend treats us better with a host of games at home and away planned. All support as always is welcome - please check our fixtures page for all games.