19aprilRTE News Bulletin on Motion Sensors in Hurling
This news bulleting went on air a couple of weeks ago. It's pretty cool and we are delighted they used a Cultec Hurley too!!
09aprilCaptains with Cultecs !!!
Captains using Cúltecs are on a roll. Following on from last months All Ireland Club Final where Rob Murray captained St Thomas to victory using a Cúltec hurley, this month Tom Devine replicated him by Captaining Dungarvan Colleges to All Ireland Colleges glory. Congrats to all involved.
22marchAll Ireland Club Final Pics of Cúltecs
We went along to the club finals on St Patricks Day. Two great games and we were even glad we stayed for the football. Congratulations to St Thomas and in particular Rob Murray who captained the side. Rob is the first captain using a Cúltec to lift the Tommy Moore Cup. Also commiserations to Kilcormac Killoughey who put in an excellent display full of heart! Check out all the photos below!!
14marchAll Ireland Club Finals
All Ireland Club Finals
This years All-Ireland Club final is a little bit special. This is because both teams never even won a County Championship before this year. But now they could seal a remarkable year by clinching an All-Ireland Club Title also. Certainly from a neutral point of view it’s very hard to begrudge either club. It also marks another milestone for Cúltec as this is the first Club All-Ireland final where Cúltecs will be involved.
The 2 players to really watch out for are Rob Murray and Conor Mahon. Rob is fullback and captain for St Thomas and Conor is the centre forward for Kilcormac Killoughey. Other players to watch for on the St Thomas team are Gerald Murray, Sean Burke and Paddy Skehill as they have been known to swing a Cultec during their march to the final also.
To mark the occasion we commissioned a personalised Cúltec for each of them for the big day. Take a look at the pictures below. Finally best of luck to everyone on St Patricks Day!!