Killeagh GAA Club Weekly News

12 May, 2015

Club Lotto Results;

Our latest lotto draw took place on Tuesday May 5th where there was no winner of the €5000 jackpot. Numbers drawn were 16, 24, 25 and 30. €30 lucky dip winners were JJ Fennelly, James Fogarty, Sheila Spillane and Karen Broderick. The jackpot prize for our next draw will be €5200. It will take place in our clubhouse on Tuesday night, May 12th. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.[RN]


Details of Cork SHL fixtures and 1st round draw of Cork SHC are available on website. Details of East Cork League and Championship draws are also available on our website, just click Killeagh GAA in the results window to view.

Div 4 Hurling

Our Division 4 team will train each Thursday at 7 pm. Any one interested in joining or taking part in training can contact Martin Fitzgerald on 0863060754. Hoping interested people will row in to support Martin and his selectors.[RR] Fixtures/Results:

Cork SHC 1st Round: Killeagh V Midleton on Sunday May 17th at 3.30pm in Castlemartyr(ET)

Red FM SHL: Killeagh 0-13 Erin's Own 3-18 played in Killeagh on May 5th

EC JHL Div 4: St Ita's 0-10 Killeagh 4-11 played on May 6th in Pilmore

County JAHL Sect 2: Killeagh 2-16 Cloughduv 1-22 played in Killeagh on May 9th

Cardiac Screening Day at Killeagh GAA Club

Killeagh GAA Club hosted a very successful cardiac screening day in the clubs complex. It was held on Saturday May 9th and was very well attended by members and non-members of the club. The club would like to thank Advanced Medical Services for carrying out the screening and also thank most sincerely our Vice Chairman, Mr. Padraig McGrath who organised the service at the club.

Cheque Presentation from Killeagh Camogie Club

Killeagh Camogie Club recently made a generous contribution to the Killeagh GAA Club requesting that the funds be put towards the development of the club. Both clubs use the wonderful facilities at Pairc Ui Chinneide and both clubs have been witness to the many improvements and continued development of the grounds, pitches and club buildings. Killeagh GAA Club committee decided that the welcome donation of €3000 from the camogie club should be used towards the forthcoming annual payment of the clubs development loan. Our photograph shows Killeagh GAA Club Chairman, Mr. Kieran Scully receiving a cheque of €3000 from Killeagh Camogie Club President, Mrs. Sheila Spillane. Also attending the presentation were members of the committees from both clubs.[KS]

Club Shop;

The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages. Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.

Golf Society:

Captain 2015: Trish Landers President 2015: Kieran Scully

Once again we are preparing for one of our main fundraising events, our 19th Annual Golf Classic. Our 2014 Classic was a great success thanks to all those who contributed so generously, both golfers and sponsors. This year’s event will take place in West Waterford Golf Club on Thursday July 9th, Friday July 10th and Saturday July 11th. We thank you if you have been a supporter of our Classic in the past, and hope that you will be able to support us once again this year.We are looking for sponsors for Tees and Greens, Classic sponsors and teams of three for a champagne scramble. More details on the many different ways on how you can help are available from Classic Chairman, Mr Ray Rochford on 0872330054.

The society have their next outing at Fermoy GC on Thursday May 21st with the tee times from 2pm 'til 3.22pm. Cost is €25 which includes tea and scone on arrival. For bookings and further details please contact Ray on 0872330054.[RR]

Juvenile Notes:

Under 16 Football Update

Our Under 16 footballers played two more games in the Eastern A Football League in the past week. A close encounter with Fr. O’Neills on Wednesday evening in Ahavine ended with the home side winning by 2-7 to 2-4, although if both sides had brought their shooting boots the scoreline would surely have been much bigger and could even have ended in our favour. Dylan Hogan was our star player at full back, while Olin Hennessy made some great saves in goal. On Sunday evening Sliabh Rua came to Páirc Uí Chinnéide for a match played in the worst weather conditions of the whole weekend, with driving wind and rain spoiling the game for players and the few hardy spectators who braved the elements. Regardless of weather Sliabh Rua were the much better side, but they also seemed to adapt better to the conditions and finished well ahead by 5-10 to 1-2, with Fionn McDonnell top scoring on 1-1. This game marked Padraig McCarthy’s first start after his return and he gave an excellent performance in limiting the damage caused by Sliabh Rua’s most dangerous forward.

Panel: Olin Hennessy, Kieran Daly, Dylan Hogan, Liam McCarthy, Barry Motherway, Shane Kearney, Padraig Leahy, Jamie Landers, Richie Long, Adrian Galvin, Keane Kelly Budds, Sean Broderick, Fionn McDonnell, Jamie Clifford, Jack Wyse, Sean Walsh, Padraig McCarthy, James Kent, Andrew Foley, Darragh Geary


Fé 14 Premier 2 Hurling Championship Killeagh-Ita’s 3-12, Eire Óg 1-10

Killeagh-Ita’s Under 14 boys successfully negotiated a tricky first round encounter in the Rebel Óg Premier 2 Hurling Championship in Ballinure last Saturday afternoon, eventually prevailing over a hard-working Éire Óg side. Éire Óg were fast out of the blocks with a point after just 17 seconds, but Ben O’Connor soon got on top of his man with two points in the first four minutes. When he rattled a goal three minutes later, it gave us the upper hand, and Olan Broderick quickly added a point from a free. With our backs now dominant and Karl O’Toole, Oisin McCarthy and David Kelly moving the ball in quickly to the forwards, we had a purple patch with Olan scoring a fine point off his right side and then finishing a fine team move to the net. When Dara Motherway got the first of his three points after seventeen minutes, we led by 2-5 to 0-1 and looked comfortable. Our comfort didn’t last long, however, as Eire Óg took control with a goal from their talented full-forward. Four points from play reduced our lead, as our scores dried up bar a Ryan McCarthy free. This left us clinging uneasily to a four point lead at half time – 2-6 to 1-5. The second half saw Éire Óg continue to put pressure on our defence where all six backs Paul, Cian, Danny, Richie, Ryan and Robert worked their socks off to soak the pressure, while Robbie Treacy was cool as a cucumber sa chúl. By forty three minutes both sides had added three points each but two points from Ben gave us a bit of breathing space, before a Daniel Lucey goal (reward for his hard work and distribution) with eight minutes left finally pushed the game beyond the reach of our opponents. Next up it’s the winners of Carrigaline or Bishopstown so hopefully we can continue our good run of form.

Team: Robbie Treacy, Danny Cunningham, Cian McDonald, Paul Delaney, Robert Sinclair, Ryan McCarthy (0-2f), Richie Landers, Oisin McCarthy, Karl O’Toole, Cathal FItzgibbon, David Kelly, Olan Broderick (1-3), Ben O’Connor (1-4), Daniel Lucey (1-0), Dara Motherway (0-3), Ciaran Leahy, Christian Coughlan, Darragh O’Connor, Owen Cosgrove, Aaron O’Connell, George Sinclair, Tommy Noonan, Brian Murphy.[CM]

Club Nursery Getting Better All The Time

Modifying the famous line “if you build it they will come” from “Field Of Dreams”, in our case it’s “if you run it they will come” which seems to apply. We’ve had three Saturdays now with our young 4 and 5 year olds in our Club Nursery, (and the odd 3-year old joining in too!) and our numbers are increasing week by week, with over thirty boys and girls now joined this new venture. Sessions will continue every Saturday for the months of May and June, so if you have a young boy or girl who is 4, 5 or nearly 4 (that ‘nearly’ is very important at that age!), bring them along from 12.15 to 1.00 p.m. any Saturday you can for some fun and games and a chance to make new friends.[CM]

Future stars get their first coaching session from Sean Crowley in the Killeagh GAA Club Nursery.