St Catherines GAA Notes

11 September, 2015

Four winners share €10,600 lotto jackpot

Although it has happened previously, it is rare and unusual for multiple winners to claim the weekly lotto prize simultaneously. Yet four winners emerged to share the €10,600 lotto jackpot when the draw was held at The Fisherman’s Rest, Conna on Monday night, August 31st last. Magic combination of numbers being 5, 11, 17 and 23. Congratulations to all. They being Conor O’Brien, Coole, Fermoy; Noreen Beecher, c/o Pat Hartigan, Conna; Helen Lane, Curraheen, Conna and Mary O’Connor, Brigown, Mitchelstown. Consolation winners on the night being: Sean Buckley, c/o The Big Tree, Aghern; Jerry O’Connor, Ballyclough GAA Club; Noreen Beecher, c/o Pat Hartigan, Conna (again!!!!); Philip O’Dea, Cois Cille, Conna and Jack Hayes, Dungourney.

Most recent draw was held at The Winner’s Enclosure, Conna on Monday night last, September 7th. Numbers drawn were 8, 12, 16 and 19 and there was no winner of the now basic €3,000 jackpot. While the consolation winners were: Jill H, c/o The Big Tree, Aghern; John Anthony, Conna; Carmel O’Keeffe, Fermoy; Edward and Bernie, c/o Mc’s Bar, Ballynoe and Susan McCarthy, Caher, Tallow. Next week’s draw for a jackpot now standing at €3,200 will be at The Plough Bar, Curraglass on Monday night, September 14th.

Fixture

Friday, September 11th at Ballynoe

East Cork junior hurling league division one round one v Carraig na bhFear at 7.30pm.

Church Gate Collection

Can we remind patrons that the annual church gate collection in aid of the juvenile club will be taken up after all Masses throughout the parish this upcoming weekend September 12/13.

Camogie Final

We take this opportunity of wishing all the best to Orla Cotter and Finola Neville in the All-Ireland senior camogie final against Galway which takes place at headquarters next Sunday afternoon.

Match in Ballynoe

Bride Rovers overcame the challenge of Youghal on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-11 in an East Cork junior C hurling championship quarter-final when played in Páirc Naomh Caitríonaigh, Baile Nua at 6.30pm on Saturday evening last. Referee was Killeagh based, Arthur Murphy.

East Cork junior hurling league – division four

St Ita’s 0-4 St Catherines 0-15

Strong performances from Edmond Ahern, Dave Wallace, “Junior” Sheehan and Noel O’Brien were central to the Saints claiming their second set of points of the campaign when this divisional junior hurling league division four tie was played in Pilmore on Tuesday evening, September 1st last.

Team: E Ahern, E Corcoran, L O’Connor, D Wallace, L O’Callaghan McCarthy, “Jnr” Sheehan, S O’Regan, K Neville, J Mulcahy, J Walsh, N O’Brien, S Walsh, J Casey, T Walsh, I O’Brien.

Referee: Mary Byrne Swayne (Fr O’Neills).

This week’s Rebel Óg East Review

Minor B football league – section two – round four

Ballygarvan 4-10 St Catherines 2-4

St Catherines remained in contention to half-time when this round four minor B football league match was played in Ballygarvan on Wednesday evening, September 2nd last. John Walsh initiated the move. Found Philip Keane whose foot perfect pass found Niall O’Regan closing in on goal, before billowing the net from close range for a classic score on twenty-one minutes and just three points adrift at 1-5 to 1-2 at the interval.

But when substitute Ryan Coleman goaled on thirty-seven minutes the home based team eased themselves into a substantial lead. Enhanced by a hattrick of goals by their best forward, Richard Cassidy.

Scorers: N O’Regan and C Hickey (1-0 each), J Walsh (0-2 frees), P Keane and T O’Donnell (free) (0-1 each).

St Catherines team: E Davis, E Wallace, B Davis, B O’Brien, R English, K Neville, Rd Galvin, R Galvin, T O’Donnell, P Keane, S O’Donnell, L Beecher, C Hickey, J Walsh, N O’Regan. Subs: K English for S O’Donnell (37’), C Galvin for L Beecher (44’).

Referee: Ian Thomas (Carrigaline).

U16 B football league – section two – round five

Bride Rovers 5-9

St Catherines 1-7

Two goals in the opening exchanges stood Bride Rovers in good stead when this round five U16 B football league game originally in the schedule pre exam time, was eventually played in Rathcormac on Monday evening, August 31st last. Catherines recovered after that but were preoccupied with going for goals. Therefore a number of chances weren’t availed of. Trailing 2-3 to 0-4 at the interval. Strong approach play involving Brendan McKee and Eoin Davis saw Robert English finish off the goal required. Trimming the deficit to just three points on a scoreline of 2-5 to 1-5 to forty-three minutes. But it was joy shortlived with Conor Barry and Griffin O’Keeney goals again extending the margin and effectively collecting the league points on offer.

Scorers: R English (1-0), Rd Galvin (0-3), N O’Regan and E Davis (frees) (0-2 each).

Team: O O’Neill, G England, C Galvin, P Keane, B McKee, E Wallace, S Kelleher, B O’Brien, A Long, R English, Rd Galvin, A O’Brien, E Davis, K English, N O’Regan. Subs: C O’Brien for G England (20’), S Spillane for S Kelleher (40’), J Hayes for B O’Brien (48’), J O’Keeffe for P Keane (56’). Also on panel: A Leahy, P Bryan and E Sheehan.

Referee: Arthur Murphy (Glenbower Rovers).

U14 C football league – section two – round six

St Catherines 2-4 Crosshaven 5-4

Team manager Kieran O’Brien reports himself well satisfied as the Saints were completing their campaign with a loss to Crosshaven when this twelve-a-side U14 C football league tie went ahead at Ballynoe on Wednesday evening, September 2nd last.

Scorers: G England (1-3), B McKee (1-0) and A O’Brien (0-1).

Team: E Sheehan, I Ohrim, E O’Riordan, J O’Keeffe, C O’Brien, S Dunning, A O’Brien, G England, B McKee, H Draper, J Hayes, J Duncan. Also on panel: E Philpott, C England, M Geary, W McAuliffe, T Hartnett, C Dinneen, G Leahy and W Leamy.

Referee: Ger Scully (Glenbower Rovers).

U11 football league – section two – round five

St Colman’s 2-2 St Catherines 3-1

Although behind at 2-1 to 0-1 at the break three second half goals scored by Gearóid O’Brien, Stephen Cotter and Denis Temple enabled the Saints to see out their campaign with a win when this round five U11 football league tie was played in Shanagarry on Saturday morning last. Ex Cork dual star Diarmuid O’Sullivan refereed. A result which means that U11, 14 16 and 18 football leagues were completed last week.

Scorers: S Cotter (1-1), G O’Brien and D Temple (1-0 each).

Panel of players: W O’Driscoll, E Long, A O’Donnell, S O’Donoghue, B O’Connor, G O’Brien, J Pratt, S Cotter, F O’Connell, C O’Donoghue, C Sheehan, N Sheehan, D Temple, C Desmond Doyle, D Morrison.

Referee: Diarmuid O’Sullivan (home club).

Sponsor

T&A Plant Hire, Ballynoe are St Catherines GAA Club sponsors.