St Catherines GAA

24 August, 2017


St Catherines GAA Club
Successful week on championship 
fields for the Saints
It was a memorable week for the Saints on the championship fields. Starting with a two point win over Erin’s Own in the quarter final of the Rebel Óg east minor A hurling. Moving on to a win over St Vincent’s in the U14 B hurling. With the icing on the cake coming with a place earned for the second successive year in the East Cork junior A hurling final. Now read on for your championship reports.
East Cork oil sponsored junior A hurling championship 
semi-final
St Catherines 2-18 Lisgoold 1-14
Three teams remain in contention. Carrig na bhFear must meet Russell Rovers possibly this upcoming weekend. Depending on Imokilly’s senior involvement. St Catherines place in East Cork’s biggest day secured following a clear cut and comprehensive seven point victory over Lisgoold when this divisional junior A hurling championship semi-final was played at a well attended Castlelyons on Sunday afternoon last. It had been raining and it remained overcast. But thankfully it dried up and a tension filled contest proceeded uninterrupted.
It was a physical contest. No quarter spared or given. Understandable as the two teams were meeting in the championship for the second time inside five weeks. Even a dog made his way onto the pitch perusing matters on the third minute.
Catherines were off to a flyer. Brian Mulcahy pointing a beauty inside thirty seconds. Shortly afterwards Mulcahy, playing in his first competitive championship match since last year’s final fifty one weeks ago revealed Richard O’Connell to goal from close range. Lisgoold were rattled. Shane Cotter pointed the first of his four scores. Conor Hegarty picked out Pa Roche to add another. Daniel Mangan pointed from an awkward enough angle. Before O’Connell and Cotter combined to pick out the on running Conor Kearney. Chilli responded with the Saints and the game’s best point of the half and Catherines were enjoying a well earned lead on a scoreline of 1-08 to 0-04 to twenty minutes. When the opposition embarked on their most rewarding passage of play thus far in an occasionally tempestuous championship semi-final John Cashman pointing twice, once from play. Before Jamie Woods goaled and the margin was as close as it ever was. Down to a two point margin at 1-08 to 1-06 to twenty eight minutes. When the defining moments unfolded. Danger-man Mulcahy again careering in along near the end line and cutely avoiding being hooked, goaled a beauty. A score to negate the impact of the opposition goal almost straight away. When the same player quickly added another point a six point lead was restored and Catherines headed for the Castlelyons dressing rooms ahead on a half time scoreline of 2-09 to 1-06.
On resumption and on three occasions eight points was the margin between the teams as the second half advanced. It was 2-11 to 1-06 to thirty five minutes. Catherines lead standing at 2-14 to 1-09 now ten minutes into the action. After ‘chill’ added his second point and the soon to depart Rory Galvin lofted a boomer it stood at 2-18 to 1-13 to fifty eight minutes. Lisgoold keeper Ciaran Cronin pointed the last score of the match. Successfully with a sixty five about two minutes overtime. Game over and Catherines make the East Cork final for the second successive year.
In many ways a historic match. For twenty one seasons (a twenty year period) it was the first game involving the club’s first choice hurling team that Shane Kearney wasn’t part of the action.
Shane made his first team debut in the county senior hurling championship against Carbery at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, June 15 1997. His last match was against Cobh in the East Cork junior A championship quarter final at Dungourney on Saturday, July 29 of this year. An unbroken passage of sixty mins matches. Guarantee you it’s not the last we will hear of Shane.
Lisgoold scorers: J Cashman (0-06 frees) (0-08), J Woods (1-00), L O’Shea (0-3), K Cashman, M O’Connell and C Cronin (65’), (0-01 each).
St Catherine’s scorers: B Mulcahy (1-05), R O’Connell (1-0), S Cotter (0-04), S O’Brien (0-03 frees), C Kearney (0-02), D Mangan, P Roche and R Galvin (0-01 each).
Team: E Aherne, P Keane, W Walsh, L O’Connor, C Hegarty, C Aherne, S Morris, C Kearney, S O’Brien, R Galvin, D Mangan (captain), S Cotter, B Mulcahy, P Roche, R O’Connell. Subs: L Kearney for P Roche (second half), E Wallace for L Kearney (54’), P O’Connor for R Galvin (59’). Also on panel: C Leahy, R Clancy, K Neville, S O’Regan, N O’Regan, S O’Brien, J Mulcahy, J Hurley and S Walsh.
Referee: Mark Murphy (Bride Rovers).
East Cork junior hurling league - division two - round six
St Catherines 2-15 Midleton 1-08
Look, unfortunately this was the second successive game involving the Saints that was on up against a Rebel Óg East meeting as a second win of the campaign was recorded following this round six junior hurling league division two tie when played in Ballynoe on Monday,August 14, a team that could well be playing junior B hurling championship this upcoming weekend.
Scorers: P Roche (0-5frees) (0-7), N O’Regan (1-01), N O’Brien (0-01frees) (0-04), J Hurley (1-00), L Kearney, J Mulcahy and K English (0-01each).
Team: C Leahy, D Wallace, D Lane, K Geary, S O’Regan, K Neville, A Neville, L Kearney, P Roche, J Hurley, N O’Brien, L Beecher, N O’Regan, J Mulcahy and T O’Donnell. Subs: K English for N O’Regan, J Walsh for L Beecher, P Ryan for A Neville, M Warpur for D Wallace, S Walsh for J Hurley, B Crowley for N O’Brien, C O’Donnell for T O’Donnell. Also R Barry, E Corcoran and S Spillane. 
Referee: Jonathon O’Connell (Watergrasshill).
Rebel Óg East Minor A hurling league round four
Erins Own 1-14 St Catherines 1-16
St Catherines made a notoriously slow start to this difficult to fix Rebel Óg East Minor A hurling championship quarter final when played in Lisgoold on Thursday evening last. Indeed their first score from open play failed to arrive until twenty first minute. Thankfully two more followed and a five point margin between the teams at 0-07 to 0-02 after twenty minutes was whittled down with Erins Own ahead on a half time scoreline of 0-10 to 0-07.
Ben O’Brien goaled a free. Trying up the issue at 1-08 to 0-11 seven minutes into the second half. But the opposition responded well to the concession of the equalising score and restored their five point lead at 1-13 to 1-08 when Cathal Linehan score a peach of a goal on forty two minutes. But the Saints deep in the face of adversity produced the required response and gradually but assuredly began to eat into that lead. Richard Galvin pointed from the middle of the field. Ben O’Brien on target with two lengthy frees. Parity restored for the third time in the contest with fifteen year old Ciaran O’Brien displaying rare skill and vision pointing a masterful score at 1-13 a piece to fifty three minutes. Such a mature head on young shoulders. He always seems to do the right thing. Momentum now clearly with the Saints and when Robert English picked out Niall O’Regan a vital point was forthcoming. Making it 1-16 to 1-13 right on the sixty minute mark. That was eight points on the bounce as Erins Own launched a dew threatening late attacks in search of what would prove the equalising goal and bring the championship match to twenty minutes of extra time. Eoin Davis and team captain Philip Keane had to be alert and a Ronan Twomey point from a sixty five was their sole return with six minutes of overtime suddenly terminated. St Catherines will play Bride Rovers in the semi-final. There is the small matter of an All-Ireland final to be played first. Just to say the Erins Own match doubled as a league fixture. Meaning the haul now is four points from as many league matches played.
Scorers: B O’Brien (1-07 frees) (1-10), RD Galvin and N O’Regan (0-02 each), O O’Neill and C O’Brien (0-01 each).
Team: E Davis, A O’Brien, P Keane (team captain), S Kelleher, B McKee, E Wallace, A Long, RD Galvin, R English, N O’Regan, O O’Neill, K English, C O’Brien, B O’Brien, G England. Also on panel: E Sheehan, C Roberts, S Spillane, A Leahy, K Barry, J Hayes, E McCreedy and C Galvin. 
Referee: Brian Sweeney (Shamrocks).
Rebel Óg East U14 B 1 section two hurling championship quarterfinal
St Vincents 2-04 St Catherines 1-16
St Catherines emerged deserving nine point winners from this Rebel Óg East U14 B1 hurling championship quarter final when played in St Vincents on the north side of Cork city on Friday evening last.
Team captain Harry Draper at centre forward was unmarkable, finishing a stop start occasionally temperamental contest with two points to his name. Six alone in the first half as Catherines behind at 1-01 to 0-02 after five minutes turned it around to lead on a half time scoreline of 0-11 to 1-04.
Substitute Adam O’Donnell had a significant role to play in the goal. Finished off by the ideally placed Cathal Dineen just three minutes into the second half. Fionn O’Connell hurled an ocean of ball at wing back. Eoin O’Riordan in the unaccustomed role of right half forward pointed a beauty and Catherines place in the semi-final vs Mayfield was confirmed.
Scorers: H Draper (0-03 frees) (0-10), C Dineen (0-02 frees) (1-02), G O’Brien (0-01free) (0-03) and E O’Riordan (0-01).
St Catherine’s team: E Philpott, B O’Connor, M Geary, C Bryan, F O’Connell, D Galvin, W Leamy, T Hartnett, R Wallace, R O’Riordan, H Draper (team captain), C England, C Dineen, G O’Brien and G Leahy. Subs: A O’Donnell for G Leahy (second half) W McAuliffe and B Barry for H Draper and B O’Connor (both 55’), J O’Callaghan for C Bryan (56’), J Mulcahy for K Wallace (59’), Also on panel S Cotter. 
Referee: John Kirby (Midleton).
Cork double over Galway
Cork with a phenomenal score outsmarted Galway thus setting up a last four pairing with Mayo when the quarter final of the All-Ireland ladies gaelic football championship went ahead at Mullingar on Saturday afternoon last. Later in the evening at Pairc na nGael, Limerick, and thanks to a sterling player of the match performance from Orla Cotter, also overcame the westerners in the senior camogie semi-final. They will now renew rivalry with Kilkenny in the decider at headquarters on Sunday, September 10.
Fixtures
Correct at time of submitting report.
Sunday, August 27 at 6pm, East Cork junior B hurling championship v Dungourney venue TBC.
Monday, August 28 U16 B2 hurling championship semi-final v Grenagh. Time and venue must be confirmed.
Exams
Congratulations to all students throughout the parish on their pleasing leaving certificate results.
Death of well-known Tipp star
Waterford emerged in 1959 and ‘63. Then Cork went all the way in ‘66. But overall Tipperary were the dominant force in hurling at that time. One of the stars in their set up at the time was Liam Devaney. Sadly, the legendary Borrisoleigh man passed away last week. Tipperary were crowned Munster champions in ‘58, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 and 68. Subsequently winning six All Irelands in that time. Liam Devaney who won All Ireland minor, medals in 1952 and 53 was part of all those senior successes.
Lotto
We were back to our normal slot for last week’s lotto draw held at The Winner’s Enclosure, Conna, on Monday, August 14. Numbers drawn were 10, 15, 18 and 26. The jackpot of €7,200 wasn’t won. Consolation winners were Colm Molloy, Ballynoe; Sean Buckley c/o The Big Tree, Aghern; Brendan O’Brien, Old Court West; Dave Barry, Carrigmore, Conna and Conor Hegarty, Ballymonteen, Ballynoe.
Strictly St Catherines
On November 11th next, St Catherines GAA and Camogie Clubs will be hosting a giant fundraiser in the Radisson Blu hotel in Little Island. Strictly St Catherines will involve 26 local people dancing on stage in what promises to be a great night of fun and entertainment!
And here, we reveal the names of the 26 brave men and women who will take to the stage: Deirdre O’Brien, Kal Moroney, Emma Spillane, Aoife Hurley, James Fitzgerald, Conor Kearney, Eoin Condon, Rory Galvin, Karen O’Connor, Elaine Wallace, Orla Cotter, Margaret O’Connell, Denis Walsh, John Mulcahy, Frank Hayes, Sean O’Farrell, Matt McAuliffe, Donal O’Connor, John O’Meara, Imelda O’Connell, Fiona Sheehan, Linda O’Keeffe, Antoinette O’Donnell, Annette Fitzgerald, Paddy Ahern and Kevin Mangan.
A sub-committee led by chairperson Ann Galvin have been busy during the summer planning this fundraiser and over the coming weeks the dancers will start training for their performance. You too can get involved in supporting the dancers and we will be letting you know here how you can support this fundraiser. It promises to be a terrific night for performers and audience members alike, so do stay in touch for more details.
Sponsor
T&A Building and Civil Engineering Contractors, Ballynoe are sponsors of St Catherines GAA Club.St Catherines GAA Club
Successful week on championship 
fields for the Saints
It was a memorable week for the Saints on the championship fields. Starting with a two point win over Erin’s Own in the quarter final of the Rebel Óg east minor A hurling. Moving on to a win over St Vincent’s in the U14 B hurling. With the icing on the cake coming with a place earned for the second successive year in the East Cork junior A hurling final. Now read on for your championship reports.
East Cork oil sponsored junior A hurling championship 
semi-final
St Catherines 2-18 Lisgoold 1-14
Three teams remain in contention. Carrig na bhFear must meet Russell Rovers possibly this upcoming weekend. Depending on Imokilly’s senior involvement. St Catherines place in East Cork’s biggest day secured following a clear cut and comprehensive seven point victory over Lisgoold when this divisional junior A hurling championship semi-final was played at a well attended Castlelyons on Sunday afternoon last. It had been raining and it remained overcast. But thankfully it dried up and a tension filled contest proceeded uninterrupted.
It was a physical contest. No quarter spared or given. Understandable as the two teams were meeting in the championship for the second time inside five weeks. Even a dog made his way onto the pitch perusing matters on the third minute.
Catherines were off to a flyer. Brian Mulcahy pointing a beauty inside thirty seconds. Shortly afterwards Mulcahy, playing in his first competitive championship match since last year’s final fifty one weeks ago revealed Richard O’Connell to goal from close range. Lisgoold were rattled. Shane Cotter pointed the first of his four scores. Conor Hegarty picked out Pa Roche to add another. Daniel Mangan pointed from an awkward enough angle. Before O’Connell and Cotter combined to pick out the on running Conor Kearney. Chilli responded with the Saints and the game’s best point of the half and Catherines were enjoying a well earned lead on a scoreline of 1-08 to 0-04 to twenty minutes. When the opposition embarked on their most rewarding passage of play thus far in an occasionally tempestuous championship semi-final John Cashman pointing twice, once from play. Before Jamie Woods goaled and the margin was as close as it ever was. Down to a two point margin at 1-08 to 1-06 to twenty eight minutes. When the defining moments unfolded. Danger-man Mulcahy again careering in along near the end line and cutely avoiding being hooked, goaled a beauty. A score to negate the impact of the opposition goal almost straight away. When the same player quickly added another point a six point lead was restored and Catherines headed for the Castlelyons dressing rooms ahead on a half time scoreline of 2-09 to 1-06.
On resumption and on three occasions eight points was the margin between the teams as the second half advanced. It was 2-11 to 1-06 to thirty five minutes. Catherines lead standing at 2-14 to 1-09 now ten minutes into the action. After ‘chill’ added his second point and the soon to depart Rory Galvin lofted a boomer it stood at 2-18 to 1-13 to fifty eight minutes. Lisgoold keeper Ciaran Cronin pointed the last score of the match. Successfully with a sixty five about two minutes overtime. Game over and Catherines make the East Cork final for the second successive year.
In many ways a historic match. For twenty one seasons (a twenty year period) it was the first game involving the club’s first choice hurling team that Shane Kearney wasn’t part of the action.
Shane made his first team debut in the county senior hurling championship against Carbery at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, June 15 1997. His last match was against Cobh in the East Cork junior A championship quarter final at Dungourney on Saturday, July 29 of this year. An unbroken passage of sixty mins matches. Guarantee you it’s not the last we will hear of Shane.
Lisgoold scorers: J Cashman (0-06 frees) (0-08), J Woods (1-00), L O’Shea (0-3), K Cashman, M O’Connell and C Cronin (65’), (0-01 each).
St Catherine’s scorers: B Mulcahy (1-05), R O’Connell (1-0), S Cotter (0-04), S O’Brien (0-03 frees), C Kearney (0-02), D Mangan, P Roche and R Galvin (0-01 each).
Team: E Aherne, P Keane, W Walsh, L O’Connor, C Hegarty, C Aherne, S Morris, C Kearney, S O’Brien, R Galvin, D Mangan (captain), S Cotter, B Mulcahy, P Roche, R O’Connell. Subs: L Kearney for P Roche (second half), E Wallace for L Kearney (54’), P O’Connor for R Galvin (59’). Also on panel: C Leahy, R Clancy, K Neville, S O’Regan, N O’Regan, S O’Brien, J Mulcahy, J Hurley and S Walsh.
Referee: Mark Murphy (Bride Rovers).
East Cork junior hurling league - division two - round six
St Catherines 2-15 Midleton 1-08
Look, unfortunately this was the second successive game involving the Saints that was on up against a Rebel Óg East meeting as a second win of the campaign was recorded following this round six junior hurling league division two tie when played in Ballynoe on Monday,August 14, a team that could well be playing junior B hurling championship this upcoming weekend.
Scorers: P Roche (0-5frees) (0-7), N O’Regan (1-01), N O’Brien (0-01frees) (0-04), J Hurley (1-00), L Kearney, J Mulcahy and K English (0-01each).
Team: C Leahy, D Wallace, D Lane, K Geary, S O’Regan, K Neville, A Neville, L Kearney, P Roche, J Hurley, N O’Brien, L Beecher, N O’Regan, J Mulcahy and T O’Donnell. Subs: K English for N O’Regan, J Walsh for L Beecher, P Ryan for A Neville, M Warpur for D Wallace, S Walsh for J Hurley, B Crowley for N O’Brien, C O’Donnell for T O’Donnell. Also R Barry, E Corcoran and S Spillane. 
Referee: Jonathon O’Connell (Watergrasshill).
Rebel Óg East Minor A hurling league round four
Erins Own 1-14 St Catherines 1-16
St Catherines made a notoriously slow start to this difficult to fix Rebel Óg East Minor A hurling championship quarter final when played in Lisgoold on Thursday evening last. Indeed their first score from open play failed to arrive until twenty first minute. Thankfully two more followed and a five point margin between the teams at 0-07 to 0-02 after twenty minutes was whittled down with Erins Own ahead on a half time scoreline of 0-10 to 0-07.
Ben O’Brien goaled a free. Trying up the issue at 1-08 to 0-11 seven minutes into the second half. But the opposition responded well to the concession of the equalising score and restored their five point lead at 1-13 to 1-08 when Cathal Linehan score a peach of a goal on forty two minutes. But the Saints deep in the face of adversity produced the required response and gradually but assuredly began to eat into that lead. Richard Galvin pointed from the middle of the field. Ben O’Brien on target with two lengthy frees. Parity restored for the third time in the contest with fifteen year old Ciaran O’Brien displaying rare skill and vision pointing a masterful score at 1-13 a piece to fifty three minutes. Such a mature head on young shoulders. He always seems to do the right thing. Momentum now clearly with the Saints and when Robert English picked out Niall O’Regan a vital point was forthcoming. Making it 1-16 to 1-13 right on the sixty minute mark. That was eight points on the bounce as Erins Own launched a dew threatening late attacks in search of what would prove the equalising goal and bring the championship match to twenty minutes of extra time. Eoin Davis and team captain Philip Keane had to be alert and a Ronan Twomey point from a sixty five was their sole return with six minutes of overtime suddenly terminated. St Catherines will play Bride Rovers in the semi-final. There is the small matter of an All-Ireland final to be played first. Just to say the Erins Own match doubled as a league fixture. Meaning the haul now is four points from as many league matches played.
Scorers: B O’Brien (1-07 frees) (1-10), RD Galvin and N O’Regan (0-02 each), O O’Neill and C O’Brien (0-01 each).
Team: E Davis, A O’Brien, P Keane (team captain), S Kelleher, B McKee, E Wallace, A Long, RD Galvin, R English, N O’Regan, O O’Neill, K English, C O’Brien, B O’Brien, G England. Also on panel: E Sheehan, C Roberts, S Spillane, A Leahy, K Barry, J Hayes, E McCreedy and C Galvin. 
Referee: Brian Sweeney (Shamrocks).
Rebel Óg East U14 B 1 section two hurling championship quarterfinal
St Vincents 2-04 St Catherines 1-16
St Catherines emerged deserving nine point winners from this Rebel Óg East U14 B1 hurling championship quarter final when played in St Vincents on the north side of Cork city on Friday evening last.
Team captain Harry Draper at centre forward was unmarkable, finishing a stop start occasionally temperamental contest with two points to his name. Six alone in the first half as Catherines behind at 1-01 to 0-02 after five minutes turned it around to lead on a half time scoreline of 0-11 to 1-04.
Substitute Adam O’Donnell had a significant role to play in the goal. Finished off by the ideally placed Cathal Dineen just three minutes into the second half. Fionn O’Connell hurled an ocean of ball at wing back. Eoin O’Riordan in the unaccustomed role of right half forward pointed a beauty and Catherines place in the semi-final vs Mayfield was confirmed.
Scorers: H Draper (0-03 frees) (0-10), C Dineen (0-02 frees) (1-02), G O’Brien (0-01free) (0-03) and E O’Riordan (0-01).
St Catherine’s team: E Philpott, B O’Connor, M Geary, C Bryan, F O’Connell, D Galvin, W Leamy, T Hartnett, R Wallace, R O’Riordan, H Draper (team captain), C England, C Dineen, G O’Brien and G Leahy. Subs: A O’Donnell for G Leahy (second half) W McAuliffe and B Barry for H Draper and B O’Connor (both 55’), J O’Callaghan for C Bryan (56’), J Mulcahy for K Wallace (59’), Also on panel S Cotter. 
Referee: John Kirby (Midleton).
Cork double over Galway
Cork with a phenomenal score outsmarted Galway thus setting up a last four pairing with Mayo when the quarter final of the All-Ireland ladies gaelic football championship went ahead at Mullingar on Saturday afternoon last. Later in the evening at Pairc na nGael, Limerick, and thanks to a sterling player of the match performance from Orla Cotter, also overcame the westerners in the senior camogie semi-final. They will now renew rivalry with Kilkenny in the decider at headquarters on Sunday, September 10.
Fixtures
Correct at time of submitting report.
Sunday, August 27 at 6pm, East Cork junior B hurling championship v Dungourney venue TBC.
Monday, August 28 U16 B2 hurling championship semi-final v Grenagh. Time and venue must be confirmed.
Exams
Congratulations to all students throughout the parish on their pleasing leaving certificate results.
Death of well-known Tipp star
Waterford emerged in 1959 and ‘63. Then Cork went all the way in ‘66. But overall Tipperary were the dominant force in hurling at that time. One of the stars in their set up at the time was Liam Devaney. Sadly, the legendary Borrisoleigh man passed away last week. Tipperary were crowned Munster champions in ‘58, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 and 68. Subsequently winning six All Irelands in that time. Liam Devaney who won All Ireland minor, medals in 1952 and 53 was part of all those senior successes.
Lotto
We were back to our normal slot for last week’s lotto draw held at The Winner’s Enclosure, Conna, on Monday, August 14. Numbers drawn were 10, 15, 18 and 26. The jackpot of €7,200 wasn’t won. Consolation winners were Colm Molloy, Ballynoe; Sean Buckley c/o The Big Tree, Aghern; Brendan O’Brien, Old Court West; Dave Barry, Carrigmore, Conna and Conor Hegarty, Ballymonteen, Ballynoe.
Strictly St Catherines
On November 11th next, St Catherines GAA and Camogie Clubs will be hosting a giant fundraiser in the Radisson Blu hotel in Little Island. Strictly St Catherines will involve 26 local people dancing on stage in what promises to be a great night of fun and entertainment!
And here, we reveal the names of the 26 brave men and women who will take to the stage: Deirdre O’Brien, Kal Moroney, Emma Spillane, Aoife Hurley, James Fitzgerald, Conor Kearney, Eoin Condon, Rory Galvin, Karen O’Connor, Elaine Wallace, Orla Cotter, Margaret O’Connell, Denis Walsh, John Mulcahy, Frank Hayes, Sean O’Farrell, Matt McAuliffe, Donal O’Connor, John O’Meara, Imelda O’Connell, Fiona Sheehan, Linda O’Keeffe, Antoinette O’Donnell, Annette Fitzgerald, Paddy Ahern and Kevin Mangan.
A sub-committee led by chairperson Ann Galvin have been busy during the summer planning this fundraiser and over the coming weeks the dancers will start training for their performance. You too can get involved in supporting the dancers and we will be letting you know here how you can support this fundraiser. It promises to be a terrific night for performers and audience members alike, so do stay in touch for more details.
Sponsor
T&A Building and Civil Engineering Contractors, Ballynoe are sponsors of St Catherines GAA Club.