Carraig na bhFear GAA Club News

27 May, 2014

Carraig na bhFear GAA Club Notes
Imokilly/Avondhu JHL Div 1 Sec 1
Sat 24th May – Mourneabbey
Clyda Rovers 0-10 Carraig na bhFear 0-15
On a wet and dark night in Mourneabbey, Carraig made it 6 wins from 7 outings in the Junior Hurling league division one, thanks to a five point win over Clyda Rovers. Carraig, minus the services of a number of regulars, took control early on and made the best of the difficult conditions. Aaron Dorgan and John Forde lead the way in the forwards, while the backs dealt well with Clydas attacks, with Brian Hegarty and Paul Geaney showing well on the wings. Carraig opened up a six point lead at the break, keeping the home side to just two converted frees in the closing stages as the score read Carraig 0-08 Clyda 0-02.
The second half was a stop start affair, with Carraig making a number of changes throughout. John Walsh showed well at full forward and took two well taken points. He was ably assisted by Brendan Murphy who picked off a fine point midway through the half, while John Forde continued to convert any frees which came his way. Clyda made a late surge in the closing stages to reduce the margin, but at full time it was Carraig who took the points on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-10. With two games remaining to play, Carraig now know that two wins will guarantee them a semi final berth in this competition.

Team:
G.Webb
T.Sheehan S.Horgan D.Coleman
P.Geaney, T.Geaney, B.Hegarty
T.Kennedy, N.Mullins
J.O'Sullivan, A.Dorgan, J.Meehan
B.Murphy, J.Walsh, J.Forde
Subs used: T.Neally for S.Horgan, B.Casey for J.Meehan, P.O'Keeffe for N.Mullins, W.Spillane for T.Kennedy, C.Cooney for D.Coleman

Minor Non Exam Leagues:

Our minor teams have been busy recently in the Rebel Og Minor hurling and football leagues. So far, they have played Cill na Martra, Bandon and Grenagh in football, along with Pedlars Cross and Inniscarra in hurling. This week they are scheduled to played Donoughmore and Inniscarra in hurling and football respectively, so best of luck lads and keep up the hard work.

On behalf of the club, we’d like to wish the very best of luck to all our players sitting the Junior and Leaving Cert exams in the coming weeks!
Lotto Results:
This weeks lotto Jackpot stood at €1400, the numbers drawn were 4, 13, 31. There was no winner!
€30 Prize Winners:
Carmel & Lucy c/o Post Office, Oisin Crowley, Maureen O'Donovan and Derry Spillane. 

Next week’s Jackpot will be €1600. Be sure to get your tickets early, thanks for your support.

Daniel Foley Memorial Charity Football Match

The friends of the late Daniel Foley are organising the second annual memorial football match in memory of Daniel on this Saturday 31st May in Carraig na bhFear at 4pm. The match will be between a Carraig na bhFear selection and a collection of Daniel's Friends. We will be trying to raise funds for Friends of Leukaemia Patients Cork and your support of the event would be greatly appreciated. Entry to match is free but there will be buckets around the pitch so please contribute whatever you can. A link to the charity page is also available for donations via our club facebook page (don’t foget to “like” us). It should be a great game, a fun day out and all are welcome.

There will be a mass in Carraig na bhFear church for Daniel's two year anniversary on Monday the 2nd June for those available to attend.