Carrigtwohill GAA Club Notes

31 May, 2016

Senior Hurling Championship v Sarsfield in Caherlag on Saturday 28th May 2016

Carrigtwohill 0-11 Sars 0-14

Carrig’s senior hurlers came up just short against Sars in a tight first round match in Caherlag on Saturday night. No more than a point or two separated the teams for most of the match until last year’s county finalists finally pulled away in the last ten minutes despite the brave efforts of a hugely committed Carrig team. *

Carrig held the lead on a couple of occasions in the first half but never by more than a point. Daniel O’Mahony got a couple of excellent points from play and Tomas Hogan added four points from frees, two of them beauties. Sars, though, picked up a couple of points just before half time to lead by 0-8 to 0-6 at the break. *

The Carrig defence was once again outstanding with Ronan Power and Michael O’Riordan terrific in the half back line and young Brian Cashman making an excellent championship debut at corner back. Jay Horgan did a brilliant man-marking job on Cork senior Daniel Kearney who was a peripheral figure in the game and Carrig were still in the hunt mid-way through the second half.

Robbie White scored a lovely point just after the break and Niall McCarthy arrowed over one of his trademark points off his left near the side line. Carrig, though, were never able to draw level at any stage in the second half and the goal that Carrig really needed failed to materialise despite the best efforts of Niall Mac around the square.

Carrig scorers: Tomas Hogan 0-6 frees; Niall McCarthy and Daniel O’Mahony 0-2 each; Robbie White 0-1

Carrigtwohill Team: William McCarthy, Pat O’Sullivan, Padraic Hogan, Brian Cashman, Michael O’Riordan, Ronan Power, Colm O’Connell, Liam O’Sullivan, Jay Horgan, Seamus Roche, Niall McCarthy, Tomas Hogan, Daniel O’Mahony, Robbie White, Darren O’Driscoll.

Subs used: Stephen Kidney, Michael Fitzgerald.

 

Junior A Hurling League v Watergrasshill in Watergrasshill on Saturday 21st May 2016 Watergrasshill 1-15 Carrigtwohill 1-10

Carrig lost their unbeaten run in the Junior Hurling league when they lost to Watergrasshill by five points at rain drenched Watergrasshill last Friday evening.Credit must go to both sets of players for their efforts as the weather conditions certainly did not help.Carrig started the livelier team and were six points to one ahead after twenty minutes. Watergrasshill come more into the game before the break cutting our lead to three points leaving the score seven points to four at the break.

Watergrasshill sustained the pressure in the second period with the aid of the elements .Carrig tried hard but were unable to hold on for victory leaving the full time score 1 15 to 1 10 in Watergrasshill ‘s favour. Carrig’s remaining games to play in the league are against Carrignavar, Cloyne, Youghal and Dungourney.

 

Team and Panel – Jason Leahy (1 0), Denis O ‘ Connor, Mattie Foley, Paul Barden, Stephen O’Flynn (0 1), Shane Healy, Frank Kierans, Conor McCarthy (0 1), Colin Santry, Eoghan O’Mahony  (0 3,) Chris Keegan  (0 3), Paul O’Hanlon  (0 2),Marty McConville, Sean Rohan, Joe Ronayne, William McCarthy, Eoin O ‘ Brien, Ronan Donnelly.

 

Referee John Kirby Midleton

 

Junior A Hurling League v Killeagh in Carrigtwohill  on Monday 9th May 2016
Carrigtwohill 1-11 Killeagh 0-10

Carrigtwohill had to pull all the stops to maintain their unbeaten run in the Junior Hurling League 2  against a very determined Killeagh side in Carrigtwohill last Monday evening. Credit to both sets of players for their efforts as this game was played in atrocious weather conditions Carrig were quickly off the mark and were by far the better team in the first half. With a variety of players getting on the scoresheet Carrig enjoyed a 1-11 to 0-6 lead at the interval. Carrig failed to build on that lead in the second half against the elements and had to withstand a big challenge from Killeagh before finally securing the points with a 1-11 to 0-10 victory.

 

Team and Panel on duty. Jason Leahy, Colin Santry, Ted O Sullivan, Denis O Connor, Stephen O’Flynn, Cian Harte, Eoghan O’Mahony, Conor McCarthy, Shane Healy, Chris Keegan, Seamus Roche, Luke Kelly O’Regan, Marty McConville, Jamie McCarthy, Joe Ronayne, Mattie Foley, William McCarthy, Killian McCarthy, Ross O’Mahony.

 

Referee Pa Beausang ( Midleton ).

 

Senior Hurling League v Midleton in Midleton on Saturday 7th May 2016
Carrigtwohill 3-6 Midleton 0-16

Carrig’s senior hurlers came up just short in a hectic finish against their old rivals Midleton in the RedFM senior league last Saturday. On a wet murky night there was barely enough daylight to finish the game and the outcome was in the balance right until the final whistle.

The sides were level at half time after a low-scoring first half during which Midleton had a player sent off. Jamie McCarthy gave Carrig the lead mid-way through the first half with a very well taken goal after good approach work from Liam O’Sullivan but scores were hard to come by with defences on top. Niall McCarthy and Michael Fitzgerald got the pick of Carrig’s points.

The second half followed a similar pattern with Midleton building a score largely with frees and Carrig fighting back with goals. Jamie got his second goal at the end of the third quarter to give Carrig a 2-3 to 0-7 lead but Carrig were behind again and struggling when substitute Robbie White got Carrig’s third goal with about five minutes left. The sides were level one last time before Midleton won the game with a late surge.

 

Carrig: Shane Devlin, Pat O’Sullivan, Padraic Hogan, Brian Cashman, Colm O’Connell, Ronan Power, Michael O’Riordan, Jay Horgan, Liam O’Sullivan, Seamus Roche, Niall McCarthy, Tomas Hogan, Stephen Kidney, Sean Dempsey, Jamie McCarthy.

 

Senior Hurling League v Erin’s Own in Caherlag on Monday 2nd May 2016
Carrigtwohill 1-11 Erin’s Own 2-15

After a terrible start and with a severely understrength team Carrig’s senior hurlers put up a spirited performance against Erin’s Own in Caherlag on Monday night. Despite playing with the strong wind in the first half Carrig trailed by 1-6 to 0-2 after about 12 minutes but more than held their own for the rest of the match and even led for a brief period after half time.

The match was significant for the return of Daniel O’Mahony and Robbie White after serious injuries – it was Danny’s first appearance since the championship match against Erin’s Own last May and it was Robbie’s first appearance since last August. Both acquitted themselves with credit.

Carrig recovered from their nightmare start to trail by a goal at the break, 1-8 to 0-8 and kicked on early in the second half when Shane Healy forced home a dropping ball from Tomas Hogan. A point from a free quickly followed but Carrig’s good work in the third quarter was undone by Erins Own’s second goal and the home side gradually took control after that.

The Carrig defence, led by Colm O’Connell, Ronan Power and Paraic Hogan, was once again outstanding under heavy pressure at times.

 

Carrig: Shane Devlin, Ronan Power, Paraic Hogan, Brian Cashman, Colm O’Connell, Pat O’Sullivan, Michael O’Riordan, Jay Horgan, Conor McCarthy, Shane Healy, Seamus Roche, Tomas Hogan, Stephen Kidney, Daniel O’Mahony, Jamie McCarthy.

Subs used: Eoghan O’Mahony, Robbie White.

 

 

Sarsfields Under 15 Tournament 30thApril 2016
Last Saturday at the kind invitation of Sarsfields GAA Club Carrig took
part in a special commemorative 1916 Under 16 Hurling Tournament in
Riverstown .Games against Sarsfields, Erins Own and Cobh were played with
each game lasting thirty minutes.
Carrig played well in all games with some eye catching performances during
the course of the day.Our players and loyal band of supporters enjoyed and
very much appreciated the hospitality provided by the Sarsfields GAA Club
during the event.
At the games conclusion all players were presented with a special 1916
commemorative medal.The presentation was performed by Sarsfields GAA Club
President Mr Denis Hurley. We would like to again thank Sarsfields GAA Club
for their invitation and club stalwarts Dave McCarthy, Dinny McCarthy and
Keith Byrne for the smooth running of the tournament.
 

Results of games played.
Carrig 1  5  Erins Own  2  7 Carrig 0 4 Cobh 3 5. Carrig 0 5 Sars 3 7.
Team and Panel on duty
Darragh O Sullivan, Cillian Carroll, Niall Hannigan, Cian Horgan, Gary
Yerskin, David Rooney, Sean de Burca, James Mulcahy, Cormac Flynn, Billy
Scully, David Folasade, Adrian Brown, Adam Walsh, Cian Thornton, Diarmuid
Ward, Alex O ' Driscoll, Joe Ahern, John Carroll, Jamie Noonan.
Referee John Kirby.

 

 

 

Fixtures up to 2nd July 2016

Fri June 3rd in Carrig at 8pm IHC Aghada v Blackrock

Sat June 4th in Riverstick at 7.30pm SHL Carrig v Ballymartle

Sat June 4th in Carrig at 7 30pm   IHC  Midleton v Glen Rovers.

Fri June 10th in Carrig at 7 30pm SHL Carrig v Killeagh.

Weekend June 18th/19th Round 2 or  2A of SHC  Carrig v Glen Rovers /Carbery or Blackrock / Ballyhea.

Weekend June 25th/26th JHC Carrig v losers of Sarsfields / Carrignavar

Weekend July 2nd Under 21 Hurling Champ Carrig  v  St Colmans

All dates, times & venues are subject to change

 

 

Lotto results 23rd May 2016

Draw was held in Guilders Bar Jackpot €5,600 Numbers drawn, 9,20,22,23. No winner. €50 winners, James Cashman c/o Junior. Edan Leahy Maryville. Next week’s jackpot €5,800.  Draw will be held in The Cousins

Lotto results 16th May 2016

Draw was held in Gaelic Bar Jackpot €5,400 Numbers drawn 14,16,21.24 There was no winner of our Jackpot, €50 Winners,  Ann c/o Tim O Connor & Majella  Duffy c/o Sean Harte Next week’s Jackpot €5,200, draw in Guilders

Lotto results 9th May 2016

Draw was held in Spratts Jackpot €5,200 Numbers drawn 6,11,14,19 There was no winner of our Jackpot, €50 Winners, Mary Sheehan Rossmore & A Barry The Rock Next week’s Jackpot €5,400, draw in Gaelic Bar

Lotto results 2nd May 2016

Draw was held in Spratts Jackpot €5,000 Numbers drawn 7,19,21,28 There was no winner of our Jackpot, €50 Winners, Jack Walsh & Alex Butler Next week’s Jackpot €5,200, draw