Erin's Own GAA Club News

21 July, 2014

Lotto: The latest club lotto numbers were drawn on Wednesday 16/07/2014 The numbers drawn were 7,17,24,26, There was no winner of this week's lotto, €30 winners were, Margaret Murphy, Eleanor Collins & Breda Buckley, Next week's jackpot is €4990. Tickets can be bought from any member or log on to the clubs website www.erinsowngaa.ie for other ways of playing, Thanks to all those who support our clubs lotto.

Club Shop: New open hours, the shop will now be open during selected week days as well as the weekend normal hours, Monday 10am to 11:30am, Tuesday 10am to 11:30am, Wednesday 10am to 11:30am & 6:30pm to 8pm, Saturday 10am to 12pm & Sunday 11am to 12:30pm, any queries or questions on stock or orders just drop an e-mail to Dara at erinsowngaaclub@gmail.com or phone or text Michael on 086 8699145, Oonagh on 086 8984687 or Dara on 089 4464412

Results:

Erins Own 0-21  Killeagh 1-16: 19/07/2014

Killeagh came to Caherlag on Saturday afternoon to play our 13th league game of the year, heavy showers before the game made conditions a bit greasy but that didn't stop Eoghan Murphy in opening our scoring with 2 fine points from play & he added 4 more from frees before the break, on form Diarmuid O Flynn hit 2 & Cormac Dooley, Ronan O Carroll & Mossie O Carroll getting 1 each leaving things all square at half time 0-11 to 0-11,the second half saw man of the match Eoghan Murphy adding another 6 points 3 from play & 3 from frees,  Mossie O Carroll with 2 points, Sean Kelly & Cian O Callaghan adding a point each, Killeagh made a late push for the line but we managed to hold them off for a deserved win, Eoghan Murphy, Sean Kelly, Mossie O Carroll, Shane Murphy & Diarmuid O Flynn played well for Erins Own, Team in Full:
1.Kieran Murphy(post) 2.Patrick Fitzgerald 3.Stephen Cronin 4.Cian O Connor 5.Niall Scanlon 6.Shane Murphy 7.Brian Clifford 8.Cormac Dooley 9.Sean Kelly 10.Eoghan Murphy 11.Ronan O Carroll 12.Colm Coakley 13.Mossie O Carroll 14.Diarmiud O Flynn 15.Cian O Callaghan, Subs Used: Kieran Murphy for Colm Coakley (injured)

East Cork U21 Hurling Championship:  Erins Own 1-13  Sarsfields 3-19: 19/07/2014

The first 10 minutes of this game belonged to Erins Own with 4 unanswered points, but then the tide turned & Sars took control of the game, Stephen Horgan keeping us in the game with a total of nine points 2 from play & 7 from frees, Shane Broderick, Kieran Moynihan & Paul Ryan getting a point each, James O Carroll hit the net in the second half but it was way to late, Sars were well deserved winners of this game, which brings an early end to our under 21 hurling season. Team in Full:
1.Joe Ryan 2.Leon Foley 3.Barry Og Murphy 4.Dara Twomey 5.Stephen Lee 6.Paul Ryan 7.Ian Mylod 8.Lorcan Finnegan 9.Stephen Horgan 10.Kieran Moynihan 11.James O Carroll 12.San Guilfoyle 13.Conor Smiddy 14.Shane Broderick 15.Dave Towmey, Subs Used: Philip Crowley for Conor Smiddy & Cian O Brien for Philip Crowley (Injured).

SEVEN GAA clubs were beneficiaries of Ryan’s SuperValu Group’s policy of supporting local clubs recently when they received funding for the development and support of their underage activities. 

The seven, St Finbarr’s Hurling and Football Club, Ballyphehane, Erin’s Own, Sarsfields, Whites Cross, Glanmire and Douglas were all presented with cheques at a function in Ryan’s Super Valu Glanmire.  This funding will be used to run and develop their underage activities and all the clubs appreciated the constant support from the Ryan Group, which they stress is vital in the development of their coaching programmes.“We could not do what we do without the support of Ryan’s SuperValu,” Denise Walsh of Ballyphehane GAA Club said. We are indebted to Liam, and the various teams in Ryan’sSuperValu shops for their financial support and it makes a huge difference to what we can achieve with kids in the area.   “We have more than 100 kids training with us on a regular basis.  It is very costly to look after and run training sessions for kids on a regular basis and the sponsorship from Ryan’s SuperValu is vital to us been able to sustain what we do.”Sarfields are another local club to benefit from Liam Ryan’s generousity.“We are very fortunate to have someone like Liam Ryan in our area.  He believes in supporting clubs in his area through his SuperValu supermarket and he has always been very good to us,” Marty Fleming, chairman of the Sarsfields Juvenile GAA Club said.“His support helps us run our Hurling Week, with our training in the local schools and all our promotions during the year.”Douglas GAA club also benefit from the sponsorship.“We are delighted with the support from Ryan’s SuperValu for our underage GAA camps throughout the year,” Eddie Murphy of Douglas said.Another local club that is sponsored by Ryan’s SuperValu are Erin’s Own GAA Club.“Our partnership with Ryan’s SuperValu has been an integral part in the development of hurling, camogie and Gaelic Football at underage level in Erin’s Own,” Brian O’Shea said.Speaking at the launch Liam Ryan, owner of Ryan’s SuperValu Group outlined the reasons for their continued support of so many clubs in their area and promised the seven clubs that their support will continue for the forseeable future. “We at Ryan’s SuperValu Group are delighted to launch our underage GAA Development programme in association with the following clubs St Finbarr’s, Douglas, Ballyphehane, Erin’s Own, Sarsfields, Whites Cross and Glanmire.“This is a great opportunity for us to help these local GAA clubs develop their underage structure.  The local clubs do tremendous work in their respective communities and we at Ryan’s are delighted to be able to support these local initiatives.  “We want to be able to help the local GAA clubs encourage our youth to get involved in sport in their locality.   “At Ryan’s SuperValu Group our policy is to support the local organisations and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.”