Killeagh GAA Club News

17 June, 2013


NEWSLETTER FOR W/C June 17th 2013 .
Club Lotto Results;
The latest club lotto numbers were drawn on Tuesday June 4th. Numbers were 4, 13, 23 and 29.
There was no jackpot winner this week and the jackpot for next draw will be €6000.
The following were lucky dip winners in this weeks draw; Kevin O’Driscoll, Sophie Harris, Caroline Coady and Bertie Coleman
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. Replica club jerseys in all sizes in stock are now on special offer at only €25 each. Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.

Fixtures:
Junior squad have the following fixtures to hand.
Our junior hurlers play Junior ‘A’ championship (Jamesy Kelleher Cup) against Sarsfields in Midleton on Saturday next, June 22nd at 7.30pm. Please support them.            
Division 1 hurling league against Bride Rovers in Killeagh on Mon July 1st at 8pm
Division 1 hurling league against Cobh in Cobh on Saturday July 13th
Please come and support your teams.
Results:
JHL Division 1 Shanballymore 1-16 Killeagh 1-12 played in Shanballymore on Weds June 12th
JHL Division 4 Killeagh 0-08 Aghada 0-08 played in Killeagh on Monday June 10th
JHL Division 1 Clyda Rovers 2-10 Killeagh 2-06 played in Mourne Abbey on Sunday June 16th
Championship Draws:
Cork Senior Championship Round 2: Killeagh will play Courcey Rovers and the game will be played on the weekend of June 29th
East Cork Draws:
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 preparatory work for this event is already well underway. It takes place on July 4th, 5th and 6th and will be held at West Waterford Golf and Country Club.  The time sheet is now open for booking and the club appeal to everyone to support the committee in getting teams onto the timesheet. There are just over TWO WEEKS left to the start of the  Classic. Presently, two major sponsors have come on board this year 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.

Captains Prize Day 2013:
This outing was held on Saturday last, June 15th, in the magnificent surroundings of West Waterford Golf Club in Dungarvan. There was a fabulous turnout for Captain Ray Rochford on the day with fifty one golfers playing and the large numbers turned out again that evening for the prize-giving which was held in The Old Thatch bar in Killeagh. During the presentation of prizes, Ray thanked the many people who helped him on the day and at the evening function, he thanked the staff and management of The Old Thatch for their hospitality and the good food provided, he thanked the staff and management of West Waterford Golf Club for a wonderful golf course and for hosting the Society on the day and he gave special thanks to the days sponsor, Mr. Liam Kelly, for his generous sponsorship.
Results: Winner Michael Keniry with 37 points
              Second Ger Fitzgibbon with 35 points
                 Third Ann Rochford with 35 points
        Best Gross John Walsh
  2nd Best Gross Marian Sweeney
Visitors Prize Tom Galvin with 37 points
Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA Notes
Week beginning June 17th 2013

Cúl Camp is Cúl!
Kellogg’s Cúl Camp is now just 3 weeks away! From July 8th to 11th boys and girls between 6 and 12 will converge on Páirc Uí Chinnéide for our Annual Cúl Camp where the skills of hurling and football will be practiced and developed in a fun way every day. This is your last chance to return completed application forms to Ursula with payment by this Friday June 15th, or alternatively you can book online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.  Bígí ann agus bígí cúl!
Fé 14 Iomáint Killeagh-Ita’s 4-15, Tracton 4-7

Killeagh-Ita’s Under 14 hurlers booked their ‘Passage’ into the quarter final of the Rebel Óg Eastern Region ‘A’ Hurling Championship after a gutsy and skilful performance against Tracton on Thursday evening last in Passage West. This was a great game of hurling with both sides giving their very best, and it was unfortunate that there had to be a loser on the night. Our greater point scoring ability was ultimately the difference between the sides, but we never had it easy at any stage. On a fine evening, the wind was a deciding factor, and when captain Sean Walsh lost the toss and we had to play against the wind for the first half, our mentors feared that we would be too far behind at half time. Their fears were compounded when Tracton hit the net with a free from their first attack of the game, although Keane Budds and Sean Walsh from a free reduced the margin to a single point after 12 minutes. Tracton responded with a point but then Dara Motherway struck our first goal and we led briefly. Tracton came back with a second goal after 22 minutes, and we required accurate free-taking from Sean Walsh to keep us in touch. Our forwards were winning lots of possession but failing to turn it into scores, and the sides were level coming towards half time, when Tracton got in for their third goal. Luckily for us, a point from Keane Budds from a ‘21’ was followed by a timely injury-time goal from Richie Long and we led by the minimum (2-8 to 3-4) when the half-time whistle blew. The second half saw Tracton get off to a good start against the wind with two points from frees to go ahead, but Richie’s second green flag after 34 minutes gave us a two point lead, a lead we never relinquished until the end. Six points in a row from Keane (2), Sean (2), Shane Kearney and Richie put us in the driving seat, but Tracton were not beaten and they got in for a fourth goal after 49 minutes to narrow the gap to five points (3-14 to 4-6). Squeaky bum time!! Our defence were under pressure now and our forwards were not getting much ball, and we went ten minutes without scoring as our backs dealt with a siege. The crucial score came in the 56th minute when Sean Walsh scored a great goal after a fine run through the middle, and Richie Long added an insurance point in the final minute. Well done to all the team, with Shane Kearney, Keane Budds and Sean Walsh the leaders who inspired the younger players around them. It was worth noting that our finishing full-forward line of Dara, Ryan and Cathal are all Under 12 players, so it’s a good start to their championship records!
Team: Fionn McDonnell, Barry Motherway, Dylan Hogan, Cian Mc Donald, Alec Fitzgerald, Daniel Hickey, Shane Kearney (0-1, ’65), Padraig Leahy, Keane Budds (0-4, 0-1f), Richie Long (2-2), Sean Walsh (capt, 1-8, 0-7f), Ryan McCarthy, Dara Motherway (1-0), Adrian Galvin, Olin Hennessy. Subs: Cathal Fitzgibbon, Andrew Foley, Kieran Daly, Darragh Geary, James Kent, Mark O’Callaghan.

Fé 10 Peil falls foul of the weather
Our Under 10 footballers were disappointed on Saturday morning when their football blitz in Aghada was cancelled at the last minute after the heavy rain of Friday evening and Saturday morning. It will make them all the more eager for the next day out!

Fé 11 boys are busy!
Our U11 footballers had a great win over Youghal in Youghal on a scoreline of 7-8 to 3-4 on Thursday 30th May. Numbers were short so we called up two U10's, Jamie Fogarty and Paudie Mackey, who were superb on the night - a big thank you to both of them. We weren’t at our best in the first half and were two goals down at half time. After a stiff half time talk from the manager, the second half really livened up, with our boys showing great determination, heart and a fantastic team effort from everyone. As a result we managed to dominate the second half and won the game. Well done lads.
Team: David Scully, Ryan Farquhar, James Fogarty, Daniel Doherty, Robbie Treacy, Pádraig Landers, Ben O'Connor, Ciarán Leahy, Paudie Mackey, Adam Donaher, Paul Kent, Remy Bernard.

On Saturday 8th June our U11's travelled to Ahavine to play Fr. O'Neill’s in the hurling league and won on a scoreline of 4-8 to 2-3. On a beautiful sunny morning from our panel of 17 we had a full squad, thanks to all the parents for the effort. Unfortunately Fr. O'Neill’s had only 11 players so we had to keep rotating our players. A big thank you to Ger Scully for co-ordinating this on the line for us. Behind again at half time we went on to win a great game – we seem to be finishing our games strongly each day.

Team.: Ryan Farquhar, Ben Jennings, Brian Murphy, Christian Coughlan, Robbie Treacy, Dan Doherty, Pádraig Landers, Ben O'Connor, Darragh Coleman, Remi Bernard, Ciarán Leahy, Paul Kent, Darragh Buckley, Tony McCarthy, David Scully, Ciarán O'Rourke and David Collins. Scorers: Robbie Treacy 0-1, Ben O'Connor 1-3, Ciarán Leahy 3-4.