‘We want to continue building’ – Reynolds

Sligo hurling board chairman Sean Reynolds says that they ‘want to continue building on the success’ of hurling in Sligo.

In what is a big week for Sligo hurling, the U20 team played in an All Ireland B semi final on Tuesday, losing to Derry.

The U17 team play in the Celtic Challenge Michael Hogan cup this Saturday against Antrim CC, before the seniors will face Derry in the Christy Ring Cup semi final.

The U17 game has been moved to Kevin Lynch’s to at 12:00 to allow supporters to attend the Ring cup game in Owenbeg at 2:00.

Click below to listen to Sean Reynolds speaking on the recent success of Sligo hurling – and where it plans to go:


We will have live coverage of the Christy Ring Cup semi final here on Ocean FM this Saturday.

Saturday 24 July:

Derry v Sligo

Owenbeg, 2:00

Live in association with Shoot the Crows, proudly sponsoring Sligo hurling for 30 years.