Killeagh GAA Club Weekly News

27 October, 2015

Club Lotto Results;

Our latest lotto draw took place on Tuesday October 20th where there was no winner of the €9800 jackpot. Numbers drawn were 10, 18, 19, and 30. €30 lucky dip winners were Sean Treacy, Geraldine Curtin, Winnie O’Connor and Jack Foley. The jackpot prize for our next draw will be €10,000. It will take place in our clubhouse on Tuesday night, October 27th. Also, you can now purchase your lotto ticket on-line; just follow the lotto link on the homepage of our website – www.killeaghgaa.org. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw [RN]

Annual General Meeting:

The AGM of Killeagh GAA Club will be held in the club meeting room on Friday November 20th 2015 commencing at 7.30pm. All members are cordially invited to attend and we look forward to seeing you all on the night.

DCS Scheme Annual Draw;

The annual draw for the clubs DCS fundraising scheme was held in Kennedy’s Bar, Killeagh on Sunday night, October 25th. The annual, limited draw is made up of ten prizes totalling €5000 and the winners were as follows: 1st prize worth €2000 went to Colman and Ina Motherway, 2nd prize worth €1000 went to Tadhg and Joan Collins and there were eight prizes of €250 each going to Finbarr and Mai Motherway, James Rochford, Kieran and Mary O’Brien, Colm Crowley, Linehan Family, Brian Collins, Helen Kennedy and Don and Patricia Morrisson. Congratulations and well done to all the winners and a huge thanks to all the DCS members for their support to this vital fundraiser.

Golf Society:

Captain 2015: Trish Landers President 2015: Kieran Scully

The President’s Prize outing presented by Mr. Kieran Scully took place on Saturday October 24th at The Gold Coast in Dungarvan. The time sheet was full on the day and the course was in excellent condition. A great days golf was had by everybody and it was, once again, very well organised by Mr. Ray Rochford. The presentation of prizes for the Presidents Prize was held in Kennedy’s Bar, Killeagh on Sunday night, October 25th in conjunction with our DCS scheme annual draw. Kieran thanked all those who played on the day and praised the staff at The Gold Coast for their excellent course and facilities. The outing was very kindly sponsored by Kennedy’s Bar and Kieran thanked Brian and Family and all the staff for their generous sponsorship and continued support for both the GAA Golf Society and Killeagh GAA Club. Together with Ray Rochford he congratulated the winners on the day and thanked them for their support of a very busy golf society. Results of Presidents Prize outing were: Winner was Ger Fitzgibbon with 38 pts, 2nd was Trish Landers with 37pts, 3rd was Ger Ahern with 37pts, Best Gross was Colin Fogarty on 29pts, 5th was Haulie Collins with 37pts, 6th was James Fogarty with 36pts, 7th was Ann Rochford with 35pts, 2nd Gross was John Walsh on 27pts, 8th was Ray Rochford with 33pts, Past Presidents/Guests prizes went to Brendan Barry and Cian Fogarty, Juvenile Prize was won by Keane Kelly Budds. Other prizes which were presented on the night were: Matchplay winner was John Walsh and The Golfer of the Year was Mr Sean Treacy.

Tuesday Group golf outing continues with a date at Mount Juliet on Tuesday November 3rd . Cost is €35 which includes breakfast bap on arrival. Deposit of €25 is required and full and further details are with Ray on 0872330054

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.[AJ]

Killeagh-Ita's;

Diary Date

Monday November 30th is our Juvenile AGM @ 7.30 p.m. All parents please try to attend; all mentors please try to get your 2015 report to Ursula in the next two weeks, unless you are still in action.

U14 League Final

Our U14 hurlers brought their hurling season to an end by emphatically winning the Premier 2 league title against a valiant Ballygarvan. This game took place in Delany’s GAA grounds on the Old Mallow Road on Saturday afternoon last, October 24th. The pitch was in fantastic condition and despite the strong winds the many supporters from both sides witnessed the full range of skills that these young hurlers possess. Plenty of goals, well taken scores, precision hooking and blocking, great passing, brilliant defending and goalkeeping, accuracy from the placed ball and very good team play from both sets of players. Killeagh-Ita’s captain, Ryan McCarthy accepted the League trophy on behalf of his cheering teammates and paid tribute to their coaches and mentors and thanked the Ballygarvan team for a very sporting final.

When the game got underway at 2pm it was clear that both teams were intent on victory. Ballygarvan were applying pressure on the Killeagh-Ita’s defence but despite sustained attacks they got no reward for their endeavours as Ryan and his fellow defenders withstood the onslaught. As Killeagh-Ita’s grew into the game they began to control their opponents and once they opened the scoring they settled into their stride. Their opening score was a goal from full forward Daniel Lucey who pulled on the loose ball following good work by Dara Motherway on the five minute mark. From here to the half time whistle they played some great hurling and were fully deserving of their extensive lead. Further goals from Ciaran Leahy and Robert Sinclair and points from Dara, Oisin, Olan and Ben gave them a lead of 4-04 to 0-02 at the short whistle.

From the restart, the boys in green kept up the pressure and never allowed their opponents back into the game, they reaped reward from virtually every attack but they also coped well with everything that Ballygarvan tried to throw at them. Ryan commanded the defence brilliantly and time again thwarted Ballygarvan at every turn. He was well supported by the players around him and some good saves from deputy ‘keeper Ciaran contributed to a very mean defensive group of players-nothing fancy, just the simple things done very well every time. Chief architect of the attack was Ben O’Connor. When he moved to midfield to partner Cathal Fitzgibbon, he began to take a firm grip on the game and Ballygarvan found it very hard to deal with him. His fielding and distribution of the ball was a joy to watch and he also struck over a few placed balls with ease. The forwards were buzzing and piled on the pressure on the Ballygarvan defence each time they had possession. When the final whistle came they had seven goals and eleven points on the board and, but for some point-blank saves from the keeper, they could certainly have scored more. All of the forward line got on the scoreboard in this game but their leader in attack, Daniel Lucey deserves special mention. From the first to the last whistle he displayed the full range of skills needed to be effective as a full forward. He scored goals and points, he brought players around him into the game, he laid the ball off to players in a better position than him and with this type of display he inspired those around him to play a far superior game than their opponents. They finished their league programme with a healthy six wins from six and with this display were fully deserving of a one hundred per cent league record. Well done to all players in the squad and also well done to their mentors Ger Fitzgibbon, Padraig McGrath and Michael ‘Fong’ Byrne on a fine end to an exciting season of hurling.

Final Score: Killeagh-Ita’s 7-11 Ballygarvan 2-04

Scores: Daniel Lucey 2-1, Ciaran Leahy 3-0, Robert Sinclair 1-0, Olan Broderick 0-3, Oisin McCarthy 0-2, David Kelly 0-1, Ben O’Connor 0-2, Dara Motherway 0-2, Darragh O’Connor 1-0

Team: C O’Rourke, P Delaney, C McDonald, O Cosgrove, R Sinclair, R McCarthy, R Landers, O McCarthy, C Fitzgibbon, B O’Connor, D Kelly, O Broderick, D Motherway, D Lucey, C Leahy.

Substitutes: C Coughlan, G Sinclair, A O’Connell, D O’Connor, T Noonan, O Coleman, B Murphy, D Cunningham, R Treacy, D Collins.

U10 Parish Leagues Hurling & Football

Results R3 and Final

Hurling

Week 3

Darragh O Brien’s red team beat Colm Leahy’s green team on a score line of 5 goals and 5 points to 3 goals.

Dylan McCarthy’s orange team beat Pierce Geary’s blue team by 6 goals and 4 point to 2 goals and 1 point.

Finals

‘A Final’

Dylan McCarthy’s orange team beat Darragh O Brien’s red team on a score line of 2 goals and 1 points to 1 point.

‘B Final’

Colm Leahy’s green team beat Pierce Geary’s blue team.

Football

Week 3

Diarmuid Buckley’s red team beat Eoin Kelly’s blue team on a score line of 3 goals and 3 points to 2 goals and 2 points

Sean O Riordan’s orange team beat Liam Considine’s green team by 4 goals and 4 point to 3 goals and 3 points.

Finals

‘A Final’

Diarmuid Buckley’s red team beat Sean O Riordan’s orange team on a score line of 1 goals and 11 points to 3 goals and 1 point.

‘B Final’

Eoin Kelly’s blue team beat Liam Considine’s green team.

Teams

Blues

Pierce Geary (Hurling captain) Eoin Kelly (Football Captain) Jack O Connor Barry Walsh Harry Connon James Connon Jack Coleman Fionn Brennan Jacob Dignam Andrew Gannon Sean Fitzgerald Christopher O Donnell Anthony Noonan Morrisson Diarmuid Fitzpatrick.

Orange

Dylan McCarthy (Hurling Captain) Sean O Riordan (Football Captain) Ruairi Mackey Fionn Murphy Conor Burns Michael O Donovan Cathal Landers Oran Cunninghan Eoin Roche Aaron Dignam Andrew Hogan Dara McDonald Cian O Shea Fleming Odhran Budds.

Reds

Darragh O Brien (Hurling Captain) Diarmuid Buckley (Football Captain) Daniel Griffin Ben Walsh Sean Meade Jamie Hyde Aidan McNamee Kealon Fitzgerald Tadhg Considine Michael Griffin Joshua Gregory Evan McNamara Conor Fitzgerald

Greens

Colm Leahy (Hurling Captain) Liam Considine (Football Captain) Michael Doherty Ethan O Driscoll Colm Cowhig Sean Lynch Mark Buttimer Cian O Riordan Eoin Spillane Conor Murphy Liam Manning Fionn Mulcahy Thomas Kelly Michael Gould.

U12 Parish Leagues Hurling & Football

Hurling

Week 1

George Walsh Wallace orange team beat Evan Lanes red team on a score line of 5 goals and 2 points to 3 goals and 2 points.

Colm Treacy’s green team beat Eoin Brenner’s blue team on a score line of 2 goals and 2 points to 1 goal and 2 points.

Football

Padraig Mackey’s red team beat Aaron Fitzgibbons blue team on a score line of 4 goals and 4 points to 1 goal and 1 point.

Rory Lynch’s orange team beat David Buttimer’s green team on a score line of 4 goals and 3 points to 2 goals and 1 point.

Teams

Orange

George Walsh Wallace (Hurling Captain) Rory Lynch (Football Captain) Dale McMahon Rory Motherway Callum Martin White Tommy Morrison Colm Leahy Liam Considine

Green

Colm Treacy (Hurling Captain) David Buttimer (Football Captain) Colm Landers Darragh O’ Leary Ben Fogarty Danny Fitzgerald Jack O’ Connor Pierce Geary

Red

Evan Lane (Hurling Captain) Padraig Mackey (Football Captain) Daniel Walsh Conor Meade Ciaran Brennan Darragh O’Brien Ruairi Mackey Sean O’Riordan Eoin Kelly

Blue

Eoin Brenner (Hurling Captain) Aaron Fitzgibbon (Football Captain) Jack Flanagan David Buckley Ben Budds Evan Daly Dylan McCarthy Diarmuid Buckley Daniel Griffin