Glenville GAA Notes

27 January, 2015

Glenville GAA Club notes January 27th 2015

Lotto: There was still no winner of the lotto jackpot worth 1800. The winning numbers that were drawn on the night were 3,4,30 &32. Small Cash prize winners of 20 euro were Francis Sweeney, Diarmuid MC Carthy, Padraig Fitzgerald, and Josephine Cahill. Next week jackpot is worth 1900 draw will take place on Tuesday January 27th 2015 at the pound bar.

Medal Presentation : we may be in 2015 but last Friday night we took a trip back memory lane and visited the success of 2014. Glenville and the Watergrasshill ladies football clubs held a joint medal presentation for the successful teams of 2014 a hug crowd turned out in Kades for the celebration. The Glenville GAA club chairman opened the night with a few words first up were the ladies who had a successful year in minor under 16 and under 14. First up were the under 14 ladies who had a very good campaign who were runners up in the league the girls were presented there medals from Catherine Fouhy, Elaine Carey, and Aoife Heffernan who were on the cork minor football team . The under 16 were up next they had a brilliant campaign runners up in the league and winners of the east cork again Catherine Fouhy, Elaine Carey and Aoife Heffernan presented the girls with their medals. Last up in the ladies category were the minor footballers who were runners up in the East cork Championship. There were 3 special awards given to Catherine, Elaine, and Aoife who were on the cork minor panel and who were a credit to their club. The next successful team to receive their medals were the under 14 hurlers who had a brilliant season winning the league the East Cork Championship the County and the Feila. The under 16 footballers were next to received there medals after a brilliant campaign they were unlucky to make the knockout stage for the league they were runners up in the East cork championship but

were winners of the County rounding off a Brilliant season. The under 21 footballers were up next to receive there medals having won out the East cork championship but were unlucky to lose in the quarter final stage of the county to Macroom. Finally the Junior C footballers who had a brilliant year were winners of the league after defeating Glenabow rovers in the final. They were very unlucky to lose out to Bride Rovers in the semi-final of the championship it was a great year for these bunch of players. There were also 3 special awards given out to Padraig O’Leary who played for cork at under 14 level Aaron Spriggs who played for cork at under 16 level and to Dilian O’Donovan who played for cork at under 17 level all are a credit to the club. There were two final awards given our and they were for the Under 21 footballer and junior footballer of the year they were loads of contenders for the under 21 footballer of the year but it was Ben Halbert who took the award and Shane began took the junior footballer of the year award. Well done to all who received medals and awards.

The ladies under 14, 16, and minor footballers who all received medals at the recent presentation.

The under 14 hurlers pictured with their medal at the recent presentation.

Under 21 footballers who all received medals at the recent presentation. Panel are back row Com Fenton, Aaron Ricken, Dilian O’Donovan, Adam Murphy, Brendan Maloney, Denis Hegarty, Shane O’Ridrion. Front row Josh Cook, Johnny O’Connell, Shane O’Regan, Niall Griffin, Kevin O’Neill and Ben Halbert. Missing from photo are Brian Fenton (Captain) Darragh O’Callaghan Denis O’Farrell and PJ Denhenny.

The Junior C league winners.

Shane Bergin Junior footballer of the year, Ben Halbert under 21 footballer of the year and Dilian O’Donovan Cork under 17 footballer all pictured with their award at the recent presentation.

Junior Footballer of the year Shane Bergin receiving his award from junior manager Liam Cahill and John Halbert club chairman.

 

On the field: There were wins for the Glenville under 21 footballers last Wednesday night in the Dick Cahill cup plate last 16 match against Mayfield. Both teams played a great game of football with some free flowing scores on a calm Wednesday night under lights in Fouhy Park Mayfield started the better of the two sides with some neat passage of play to open the score after 2 minutes. Glenville hit back on the counter attack and a Brendan Maloney goal from a free had the home team up and running both teams traded points at both ends of the field with the tie swinging in favour of Glenville further

points from Brendan Maloney and Ben Halbert helped Glenville to a 1-5 to 0-6 point lead at the interval. Glenville continued the dominance in the second half with some lovely point coming from Brendan Maloney Denis Buttimer and Josh Cook helped Glenville get the win that they deserved. Mayfield tagged on some late points but at the full time whistle it was Glenville that ran out winners on a score line of 1-11 to 0-11. Glenville will not face passage in the quarter final next week. Scores Brendan Maloney 1-5 (1-3 from frees) Colm Fenton 0-1 Ben Halbert 0-1 Denis Buttimer 0-1 Josh Cook 0-3.

The Glenville intermediate footballers were unlucky to lose out to kiskeam in the Tom Creedon cup quarter final played on Sunday last. Glenville came into this match in good form after a comfortable win against Glanmire the previous week. Played in breezy condition Glenville started off the better of the two teams with some brilliant hand passing and creating scoring opportunities with scores coming from Ben Halbert, Brendan Maloney and Paudi Cahill had the home team 0-3 point to 0-1 up after 10 minutes. Kiskeam who were finding it hard to get past the Glenville fullback line were forced to kick scores from impossible angles but the flow of the game fell to kiskeam as they hit 2-3 without reply but two Dilian O’Donovan points on the stoke of half team reduced the deficit to 5 points with Glenville trailing 2-4 to 0-5 points at the interval. The second half saw Ger Cahill register the opening point as Glenville began to find their way back into the game. Kiskeam who were beginning to find there form took complete control scoring 0-6 points without reply Glenville only response was a Ciarn Coakley point as kiskeam ran out winners 2-10 to 0-7. Glenville will now face Glanworth in the first round of the league at home on Sunday February 8th. The minor footballers

will start off their campaign with an away match to Glanmire this coming weekend.

Fundrasing event: Glenville and Watergrasshill GAA would like to invite you to their fundraising event Fight Night in the Radisson Hotel in little island this coming Friday at 8:00pm. There is limited number of tickets still available for the event tickets can be got from any club member or by contacting Paud or Claire all are welcome to attend and we hope that you will enjoy the night.

Up coming fixtures: premier 2 minor FBL away v Glanmire feb 1st@12:00pm in pike field. Email: pro.glenville.cork@gaa.ie

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