Killeagh GAA Club News

13 May, 2013

Club Lotto Results;
The latest club lotto numbers were drawn on Tuesday April 30th. Numbers were 4, 26, 27 and 28.
There was no jackpot winner this week and the jackpot for next draw will be €5000.
The following were lucky dip winners in this weeks draw; Sandra Galvin, Eamonn Sweeney, Sean Murphy and Nessa and John Rochford.
The Club Lotto Draw takes place each Tuesday night and many thanks to all for supporting our club lotto.

Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on most Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Jerseys, shorts, training clothing, etc. are all available in club colours for all ages. Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.

Buster Night;
Killeagh GAA Clubs’ annual Buster Night at the Dogs has been fixed for Friday Night June 7th 2013 at Youghal Greyhound Track. Please make a note in your diary of the date and venue and we will have more details closer to the date.

TEAMS:
Our junior hurling squad had a Division 4 fixture at home to Russell Rovers on Thursday May 9th. We had a fantastic turnout of players for this, our fourth team. Twenty players were available to play on the night. We capitalised on this by securing a well deserved win on a score of 1-09 to 2-05. We had a good first half and were winning at half-time on a score of 1-05 to 1-02 thanks to a fine goal from Martin Barry. It was all hands on deck for the second half when we were under pressure but saw out the fight to win by a solitary point which came from a successful late free by David Meade. Well done to all involved on the night.
Fixtures:
Our senior hurling squad play a league game against Douglas in Killeagh on Tuesday May 14th at 7.30pm
The seniors also have a league game for Sunday May 19th but a time and venue are not yet confirmed.
Our junior hurling squad have the following Division One fixtures to play:
Wednesday May 15th at 7.45pm away to Shanballymore
Friday May 24th at 7.45pm home to Ballyhooley
Div 2 game versus Cloyne on Monday May 20th in Cloyne at 7.30pm
Please come and support your teams.

Championship Draws:
Cork Senior Hurling: Killeagh play Blackrock in their first round match in Midleton on Saturday June 1st with the throw-in at 7.30pm
East Cork Draws:
Junior ‘A’ Hurling- Jamesy Kelleher Cup: Killeagh are drawn against Sarsfields, venue and date to be fixed.
Junior ‘B’ Hurling- Eamonn Fleming Cup: Killeagh are drawn against St. Catherine’s, venue and date to be fixed.
Junior ‘C’ Hurling- Michael Foley Cup: Killeagh play the winners of Castlemartyr/Bride Rovers clash, venue and date to be fixed.
Junior ‘A’ Football- Jim Ryan Cup: Glenbower Rovers through to semi-finals of the competition.
Junior ‘B’ Football- Michael Boig Coleman Cup: Glenbower Rovers play Aghada in a preliminary round fixture, venue and date to be fixed.
Under 21 ‘B’ Hurling- Gerry O’Connell 1973: Killeagh are drawn against Fr. O’Neills in a quarter-final clash, venue and date to be fixed.

Killeagh GAA Golf Society;
President: Mr. Kieran Scully, Captain: Mr. Ray Rochford, Secretary: Mr. Ger Ahern.

Golf Classic 2013:
Our major annual fundraiser, The Golf Classic, is now in its 17th year this season and is already underway. It takes place on July 4th, 5th and 6th and will be held at West Waterford Golf and Country Club. Presently, two major sponsors have been secured and they are Burgess Service Station and Abbeylands Nursing Home. Killeagh GAA Club wish to express their gratitude to JJ Fennelly and James Rochford respectively for their valuable sponsorship for this year’s Classic. For more information on the classic and how you can help please contact Ray Rochford on 0872330054 or any of the Classic committee.
Outings 2013:
The society has their next outing at Lismore Golf Club, Co. Waterford. It will be held on Thursday May 23rd with tee times from 2pm. Please contact current Captain, Mr. Ray Rochford for time sheet and further details of this outing. Guests are welcome to play.

Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA Notes
Week beginning May 13th 2013
Juvenile roundup
With Junior Cert and Leaving Cert exams only a matter of weeks away, and Communions, school tours and Sciath na Scol occupying the days and minds of the younger folk, the hectic pace of the early season has calmed somewhat, to the relief of parents, coaches and field managers, who can all afford to take a bit of a breath now at this point in the season. Our Under 15 hurlers were in action on Wednesday evening when they made the long journey to Kanturk to play Duhallow in the Rebel Óg Premier 1 League. Unfortunately our boys are playing in a very competitive league and we found Duhallow too strong for us. Our Under 14 footballers had a great win against neighbours Youghal on Friday evening in their sixth Easter League football game (now three won, three lost). As it has been in many games this season, the wind played a major factor in this game. Youghal won the toss and led at half time by 2-3 to 1-2, with our defence playing very well. Minus our two stalwarts Jamie and Keane through injury and illness respectively, we were also without Shane Kearney and lost Barry Motherway through injury half way through the first half. Our second half performance was very committed, with Shane O’Driscoll commanding in goals and Liam McCarthy and Sean Walsh very strong in defence. Dylan Hogan and Jack Wyse covered acres of ground in midfield, while Daniel Hickey, Richie Long and Fionn McDonnell did the scoring in the forwards. With just seven minutes to go Youghal had turned a one goal deficit into a one goal advantage in just ninety seconds, but three late goals gave us victory on a scoreline of 6-4 to 4-4.
Meanwhile, our Under 8 Killeagh-Ita’s footballers took part in a well-organised football blitz (well done once again to Sean Crowley, and to the local organisers) in Castlemartyr on Saturday. Two Killeagh-Itas teams (a total of 17 players comprising of nine Under 8’s and eight Under 7’s) competed in the 7-a-side competition. Between the two teams, we won five and drew one, and showed that we are well on the way to having a nice football team down the road with these boys. Players, coaches (bainisteoir Conor Murphy was very pleased) and parents had a great morning. Well done to all the boys. The future is very bright for football in Killeagh!