Glenville GAA Club Notes

05 July, 2016



 We may be in early July but there is a long list of fixtures left in the Glenville Calendar. With Championship fast approaching in Intermediate Minor under 15 and 16 we are in for exciting times in the next few weeks. After a long two month break due to exams this Wednesday night our Minor footballers will be back in action on home soil when we entertain St Colman’s in the latest round of the League. We will aiming to continue our unbeaten run in the league as we prepare for our championship showdown with Macroom in five weeks’ time cause this is where the real action begins.

Action on the playing Field

Cork County Division 3 Intermediate Football League v St Vincent’s

Glenville 0-16

St Vincent’s 1-10

After a slow and sluggish start to our league campaign back in February the intermediate footballers are beginning to find the feet at the right moment as we now have won their last four league games in impressive style. With Championship set to take place in two weeks times against Mitchelstown with the winners facing Mayfield or Kildorrery in the quarter Final it is vital that we go into the Mitchelstown game in top form as there is no room for error and past matches are just a distant memory.  After our win against Youghal not so long ago we travelled down to St Vincent’s GAA for the latest round of the intermediate Football League we knew that Vincent’s are a tough opposition but we are equally capable of beating them on any given day after a tough hour’s of football we came away three point winners. Well done on the win lads.  

Under 14 Football Summer League

U14 Summer League: Glenville 2-13 Killavullen 2-09.
Sun 25/06/16: Great performance by our U14s, coming from 2 points behind at half time (1-07 to 1-09) to win by 4 points. The team was mentored by Richie Cahill. The team sends their best wishes to Chris Heffernan in his recovery.

The under 14 Football Panel That Beat Killavullen.

Under 6/7 Blitz

Well the weather might have made an appearance last Saturday Morning in Mallow but that didn’t stop the brave 20 boys that took to the field for the last stage of this blitz competition. We were able to field three teams with all players getting equal amount of game time. ALL Played excellent with some lovely movement off the ball just goes to show that the future of the club is bright with the emerging talent coming through.

Our u6 boys who played superbly on Saturday in Mallow. Stars of the future!!!

 Cork County City Division Junior B Football League v Inniscarra

Inniscarra 3-12

Glenville 0-12

On Monday afternoon last our junior B Football Team traveled down to Inniscarra for this fourth round tie of city Division League. Both Teams played out a very evenly matched first half with Glenville holing a 0-6 to 0-5 half time interval. Inniscarra came into the game in the second half and three goals in space of fifteen minutes but the game to bed over all a spiritual performance by our lads.   




There was no winner from last week’s draw. Winning numbers on the night were 2, 13, 17 and 31. Small Cash prize winners were Eugene O’Neill, William Connolly, Pat/Joanne Walsh and Denis Cashman. Next week’s draw will take place in Kades.

Upcoming Fixtures


Wednesday July 6th Rebel OG East Minor A Football League v St Coleman’s @8:00 In Glenville


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