Glenville GAA Club News

05 March, 2012

Glenville GAA News

With no Intermediate game this week attention was mainly centred around Junior activities with both Junior A and Junior 3 teams in action. In this current heavy schedule with games coming thick and fast with the upcoming Junior A Football championship and U21 Football championship. U21 championship is first on the agenda with Glenville facing Russell Rovers in the opening round on Saturday March 17th in Lisgoold at 11.30am. Fr o Neills are our opponents in the Junior AFC and this is to be played on March 31st.
The draw for the Junior C Football championship was made during the week and Glenville were drawn against Lisgoold.

Junior 3 League
Glenville third string made it two wins in a row with an impressive first half show pinning the way for a comfortable win over Aghada on Thursday night last. Glenville again moved the ball very well and carved out great scoring opportunites early on. An early goal from John Dorgan set the game in motion. Aghadas response was rapid with two points in sucession but from then on it was all Glenville with well taken scores from Joe Culloty, Cathal Whelen, Shane Bergin and Aidan Foley. Glenville led 1-7 to 0-2 at half time. As expected Aghada mounted a charge in the second half and chipped away at the lead. Glenville began to get a foothold in the second half and matched Aghada score for score. Aghada needed a goal to resurrect any hope of a close finish but the defence was in reluctant mood to give any inch to the Aghada forward unit. Well done to both sides on a good sporting game. Final Score Glenville 1-11 Aghada 0-7.
Team P o Leary, D Foley, M Kennedy, E Lynch, B Fenton, M o Donoghue, D Quirke, G Hogan, J Colloty, C Whelen, P o Leary, J McCarthy, J Dorgan, S Bergin, A Foley. Subs used P o Neill, S Cronin.
Team v St Catherines. J o Leary, D Foley, E Lynch, P o Leary, G Hogan, J o Connell, M o Donoghue, C Whelan, G Cronin, E o Connell, J Culloty, B Cosgrove, MJ o Sullivan, S Bergin, S Cronin. Subs, P o Neill, A Cronin, B Fenton S o Regan. J McCarthy
Junior AFL v Bride Rovers.
P o Leary, M Kennedy, D Quirke, D Foley, N Cahill, E Barry, M Keane, G Cahill, D Buttimer, D o Leary, C Whelen, B Maloney, J Dorgan, S Bergin, TJ Forde. Subs used G Hogan, B Fenton.

Dick Cahill U21 Cup.
With 23 teams started out in this tournament we are now down to Final stage with Clann na Gael and St Vincents making their way to the final. Two very good teams and has all the ingredience of a great Final. Both semi Finals went to extra time with St Vincents edging out Mitchelstown by a point and Clann na Gael defeating Millstreet 3-11 to 1-15 AET. As of yet with divisional championships ongoing at the moment a date hasn’t been fixed but will be in the next few weeks. Glanworth are in the plate final and meet the winners of St Nicks v Kiskeam. Well done to all clubs involved, who s cooperation ensured the competition progressed as intended.

Lotto results
No winner . Next weeks jackpot is €3800. Four consolation prizes were Eoin Barry, Ger Cahill, Margie and Eleanor o Driscoll and Lil Buckley.

Junior A Footballers win in Castlemartyr
A solid workmanlike performance in blustery conditions propelled Glenville to another win in thr East Cork JAFL on Sunday morning last. This was a tough outing with the cross field wind making it very difficult for any sort of fluent football. Glenville playing against the elements were quick off the blocks with driving displays from Mike o Donoghue Ger Cahill and Edward o Connell moving well. Mossie Keane and Shane Bergin were very dangerous in the inside line and Glenville slowly begin to open up a lead. Castlemartyr mainly due to free kicks maintained in touch and went in trailing 0-6 to 0-4. Glenville took over in the second half and the introduction of Brendan Maloney and Aidan Foley made an immediate impact kicking the opening four scores. Brendans opening score was a gorgeous effort from the tightest of angles. At this stage one could only see but one winner as Glenville continued to carve out openings in the hosts defence. Leading 1-11 to 0-6 Castlemartyr mounted a late surge with the help of easy frees. A goal in injury time gave them a lifeline trimming the lead to the most dangerous of leads. Glenville hung on to take both points. Midleton are visitors to Fouhy Park on Wednesday night for the next round of the league. Final Score Glenville 1-12  Castlemartyr 1-10.

U15 Footballers remain unbeaten

Eire Og were visitors to Glenville on Saturday for the latest round in the Premier U15 Football league. Eire Og made things difficult in the opening twenty minutes or so and scores were hard to come by on both sides. PJ Dennehy got us off the mark and it wasn’t until the 20th minute when Adam Murphy dispatched to the net that daylight began to come between the sides. Further scores left us 2-7 to 0-3 ahead at half time. Glenville continued to dominate as the game wore on with superior team work causing all sorts of problems in the Eire Og defence. Adam PJ, Josh continued to keep the scoreboard ticking. The score of the game however came when Ciaran Curtin took the last pass after a great move and lashed a shot to the roof of the net from all of 25 yards. Glenville preserve their winning start after three games to date. Glenville 7-14 Eire Og 0-7. Glenville next game in the league is against Macroom in Glenville in 2 weeks time.

Monday March 5th U14 Football League v Ballinora in Fouhys at 7pm.
Monday March 5th Premier Minor Football League v Midleton in Fouhys at 8.15pm.
Wed March 7th Junior AFL v Midleton in Fouhys at 8.15pm.
Saturday March 10th U13FL v Castlelyons in Castlelyons at 2pm.
Sunday March 11th U16FL v Carrigtwohill in Carrig at 3pm.