Killeagh GAA Club

04 September, 2017

Killeagh GAA Club Weekly News

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C September 4th 2017

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Our last lotto draw took place on Tuesday August 29th where there was no winner of the €3200 jackpot. . Next week's jackpot will be €3400! It will take place in our clubhouse on Tuesday night September 5th. 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]

Fixtures/Results Senior and Junior Hurling/Football

Fixtures: Cork U21 HC Killeagh/Ita's v Erins Own on Sept 12th @ 19.00 in Lisgoold, JAFC Glenbower Rovers v Lisgoold, date, time and venue tbc, U21 Killeagh/Ita's v Cobh, date, time and venue tbc, Cork JBHL Killeagh v Ballinora in Killeagh with date and time tbc, JHL div 3 Killeagh v Aghada in Killeagh on Weds Aug 23rd @7.15pm, JBHC Killeagh v Carrignavar on Sat Aug 26th with time and venue tbc, Your support is greatly appreciated by everyone connected with all of our teams, so please try to come to the games to support the lads.

Championship Draws for 2017:

Full details of all County Championship and Red FM hurling league draws for 2017 are available on the Cork GAA website and full details of all divisional draws for football and hurling are available on eastcorkgaa.com

Killeagh play Sarsfields in Cork SHC in Pairc Ui Rinn on Friday evening, September 8th @8.00pm

JUVENILE NOTES

Carrigaline Court Championship draws for Fe 16 and Fe14

Fe 16 Hurling Championship: Our Fe16’s played Ballincollig in the final which took place in Pairc Ui Rinn on Tuesday evening Aug 29th @ 6.45pm in the first game of a double header. Unfortunately, despite the great effort by everyone involved, it was not to be on this night. We lost on a final scoreline of 2-14 to 0-11.

Fe 14 Hurling Championship: Our Fe14’s played Blarney in the final on Saturay Sept 2nd in Ballinlough at 11.30am. but unfortunately, they lost out on a final scoreline of 2-11 to 0-06

Rebel Óg Premier 2 Fé 16 Hurling Championship Final

Ballincollig 2-14 Killeagh-Ita’s 0-11

We travelled in hope to Pairc Ui Rinn on Tuesday evening last, with Ballincollig our opponents in the Premier 2 Hurling Final. A great start saw us race in to a 0-5 to 0-2 lead after 13 minutes, with Ben O’Connor, Olan Broderick and Darragh O’Connor all pointing. However, the remainder of the first half saw Ballincollig begin to take command in the middle third, and they finished one ahead at the break, 0-7 to 0-6. The second half saw Ballincollig continue to dominate and two goals midway through the half gave them the platform to drive on, while their ‘keeper made a second excellent save from Ben O’Connor’s pile-driver (one after ten minutes was equally as good and probably more important) and their full-back line left no further opportunities through. Despite the best efforts of our defence, where Paul Delaney was our star player, Ballincollig kept their lead and had the victory in the bag before Cathal Egan’s final whistle. So, congratulations to an excellent Ballincollig team who will no doubt be very comfortable at Premier 1 minor level in two years' time if they continue to develop as they have, while we go back to the drawing board and try to get over the line. One of these days! Many thanks to Ger, Tadhg and Brian for their commitment and effort with the panel since the very beginning of the year. Tiocfaidh ár lá!

Team: Ciaran O’Rourke, Robert Sinclair, Daniel Lucey, Paul Delaney, David Kelly, Ryan McCarthy, Cathal Fitzgibbon, Richie Landers, Dara Motherway, Oisin McCarthy, Christian Coughlan, Darragh O’Connor, Ben O’Connor, Olan Broderick, Cian McDonald. Subs: Cian McDonald, David Collins, Danny Cunningham, Tommy Noonan, Ciaran Leahy, Owen Cosgrove, Brian Murphy.

Rebel Óg Premier 2A Fé 14 Hurling Championship Final

Blarney 2-11 Killeagh-Ita’s 0-6

There was no joy for our Under 14 panel in the Premier 2A final played in Ballinlough on Saturday morning last (our third defeat in the city venue this year, unfortunately). A very even game for the first 18 minutes (score 0-4 each), Blarney took a stranglehold with a goal at this point, and never relinquished the lead from this point on. In the opening half George Walsh was the outstanding performer on the pitch, with great fielding, delivery, blocking and scoring an excellent point also. Paudie Mackey got two of those first four points, one from play and one from a free, while the excellent Callum Martin White scored our fourth on 17 minutes, after George’s catch and pass in to Eoin Brenner was delivered perfectly for Callum to fire over. As in our previous games, our full-back line hurled really well throughout, with Cormac, Rory and Jack keeping chances of a threatening Blarney attack to a minimum. After the breach on 18 minutes, Blarney grew in confidence although their shooting was at times wayward. With just one point added by Paudie Mackey from a free before half-time, it was 1-6 to 0-5 in favour of Blarney at the break.

The crucial period in this match was, like many others, the third quarter, but, in reality, the first five minutes. Unfortunately, we missed three scoreable opportunities in that window, while Blarney got a point and followed with a second goal on 36 minutes. This made our team’s task much more difficult, and while the defence, where Rory and Jamie continued to clear multiple times, coped very well, our forwards were unable to clock up the scores that their efforts deserved. Our wide count increased while only Evan Lane’s late point changed our scoreboard tally. Well done to Blarney who were deserving champions, but credit also to our panel and our managers Adrian and Johnny for a consistent and sustained effort throughout the year.

Team: Ben Budds, Jack Flanagan, Rory Lynch, Cormac Fitzpatrick, David Buckley, Jamie Fogarty, Aaron Fitzgibbon, George Walsh, Colm Treacy, David Buttimer, Paudie Mackey, Evan Lane, Callum Martin White, Eoin Brenner, Colm Landers. Subs used: Rory Motherway, Ben Fogarty, Conor Meade. Subs: Ciaran Brennan, Danny Fitzgerald, Daniel Walsh, Tommy Morrison, Jake Mulcahy.

Congratulations!

They might have lost county finals in the past week, but for six of our young players, they had the honour of wearing the red jersey of Cork with distinction last weekend. Evan lane represented Cork in Under 14 hurling in Dublin, while George Walsh and Jamie Fogarty played on the Under 14 hurling team who won the prestigious Sonny Walsh tournament in Waterford, with Jamie having the additional honour of captaining the side from full-back. At Under 16 level, Olan Broderick was involved with the A team while Ryan McCarthy and Richie Landers played with the victorious B Team who won their tournament in Tipperary. Well done to all six and hopefully these and many others will continue to represent their club with distinction in the ‘blood and bandage’.

Golf Society:

Society Outing:

Our next outing will be to Tramore Golf Club on Saturday September 9th with first tee time at 10.30am. Please contact Ray on 0872330054 for all information and bookings.

Healthy Clubs Project News Bulletin:

1. *DEFERRED* HEALTHY CLUB WALK NO. 20 date at end of September or early October will be confirmed in next week or so for our Carrauntoohill climb.

2. *NEW* CORK BEATS STRESS Free Stress Control 6-week course begins Thursday September 21st in The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal 10.30-12.00 every Thursday. Killeagh Healthy Clubs Project is partnering with HSE to promote this highly recommended course. Book by email CorkBeatsStress@hse.ie or ring 086-7871016.

3. HEALTHY CLUBS PROJECT Meeting shortly – watch out for details.

Killeagh GAA Club Weekly News

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C September 4th 2017

CLUB LOTTO CLUB LOTTO CLUB LOTTO CLUB LOTTO CLUB LOTTO CLUB LOTTO

Our last lotto draw took place on Tuesday August 29th where there was no winner of the €3200 jackpot. . Next week's jackpot will be €3400! It will take place in our clubhouse on Tuesday night September 5th. 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]

Fixtures/Results Senior and Junior Hurling/Football

Fixtures: Cork U21 HC Killeagh/Ita's v Erins Own on Sept 12th @ 19.00 in Lisgoold, JAFC Glenbower Rovers v Lisgoold, date, time and venue tbc, U21 Killeagh/Ita's v Cobh, date, time and venue tbc, Cork JBHL Killeagh v Ballinora in Killeagh with date and time tbc, JHL div 3 Killeagh v Aghada in Killeagh on Weds Aug 23rd @7.15pm, JBHC Killeagh v Carrignavar on Sat Aug 26th with time and venue tbc, Your support is greatly appreciated by everyone connected with all of our teams, so please try to come to the games to support the lads.

Championship Draws for 2017:

Full details of all County Championship and Red FM hurling league draws for 2017 are available on the Cork GAA website and full details of all divisional draws for football and hurling are available on eastcorkgaa.com

Killeagh play Sarsfields in Cork SHC in Pairc Ui Rinn on Friday evening, September 8th @8.00pm

JUVENILE NOTES

Carrigaline Court Championship draws for Fe 16 and Fe14

Fe 16 Hurling Championship: Our Fe16’s played Ballincollig in the final which took place in Pairc Ui Rinn on Tuesday evening Aug 29th @ 6.45pm in the first game of a double header. Unfortunately, despite the great effort by everyone involved, it was not to be on this night. We lost on a final scoreline of 2-14 to 0-11.

Fe 14 Hurling Championship: Our Fe14’s played Blarney in the final on Saturay Sept 2nd in Ballinlough at 11.30am. but unfortunately, they lost out on a final scoreline of 2-11 to 0-06

Rebel Óg Premier 2 Fé 16 Hurling Championship Final

Ballincollig 2-14 Killeagh-Ita’s 0-11

We travelled in hope to Pairc Ui Rinn on Tuesday evening last, with Ballincollig our opponents in the Premier 2 Hurling Final. A great start saw us race in to a 0-5 to 0-2 lead after 13 minutes, with Ben O’Connor, Olan Broderick and Darragh O’Connor all pointing. However, the remainder of the first half saw Ballincollig begin to take command in the middle third, and they finished one ahead at the break, 0-7 to 0-6. The second half saw Ballincollig continue to dominate and two goals midway through the half gave them the platform to drive on, while their ‘keeper made a second excellent save from Ben O’Connor’s pile-driver (one after ten minutes was equally as good and probably more important) and their full-back line left no further opportunities through. Despite the best efforts of our defence, where Paul Delaney was our star player, Ballincollig kept their lead and had the victory in the bag before Cathal Egan’s final whistle. So, congratulations to an excellent Ballincollig team who will no doubt be very comfortable at Premier 1 minor level in two years' time if they continue to develop as they have, while we go back to the drawing board and try to get over the line. One of these days! Many thanks to Ger, Tadhg and Brian for their commitment and effort with the panel since the very beginning of the year. Tiocfaidh ár lá!

Team: Ciaran O’Rourke, Robert Sinclair, Daniel Lucey, Paul Delaney, David Kelly, Ryan McCarthy, Cathal Fitzgibbon, Richie Landers, Dara Motherway, Oisin McCarthy, Christian Coughlan, Darragh O’Connor, Ben O’Connor, Olan Broderick, Cian McDonald. Subs: Cian McDonald, David Collins, Danny Cunningham, Tommy Noonan, Ciaran Leahy, Owen Cosgrove, Brian Murphy.

Rebel Óg Premier 2A Fé 14 Hurling Championship Final

Blarney 2-11 Killeagh-Ita’s 0-6

There was no joy for our Under 14 panel in the Premier 2A final played in Ballinlough on Saturday morning last (our third defeat in the city venue this year, unfortunately). A very even game for the first 18 minutes (score 0-4 each), Blarney took a stranglehold with a goal at this point, and never relinquished the lead from this point on. In the opening half George Walsh was the outstanding performer on the pitch, with great fielding, delivery, blocking and scoring an excellent point also. Paudie Mackey got two of those first four points, one from play and one from a free, while the excellent Callum Martin White scored our fourth on 17 minutes, after George’s catch and pass in to Eoin Brenner was delivered perfectly for Callum to fire over. As in our previous games, our full-back line hurled really well throughout, with Cormac, Rory and Jack keeping chances of a threatening Blarney attack to a minimum. After the breach on 18 minutes, Blarney grew in confidence although their shooting was at times wayward. With just one point added by Paudie Mackey from a free before half-time, it was 1-6 to 0-5 in favour of Blarney at the break.

The crucial period in this match was, like many others, the third quarter, but, in reality, the first five minutes. Unfortunately, we missed three scoreable opportunities in that window, while Blarney got a point and followed with a second goal on 36 minutes. This made our team’s task much more difficult, and while the defence, where Rory and Jamie continued to clear multiple times, coped very well, our forwards were unable to clock up the scores that their efforts deserved. Our wide count increased while only Evan Lane’s late point changed our scoreboard tally. Well done to Blarney who were deserving champions, but credit also to our panel and our managers Adrian and Johnny for a consistent and sustained effort throughout the year.

Team: Ben Budds, Jack Flanagan, Rory Lynch, Cormac Fitzpatrick, David Buckley, Jamie Fogarty, Aaron Fitzgibbon, George Walsh, Colm Treacy, David Buttimer, Paudie Mackey, Evan Lane, Callum Martin White, Eoin Brenner, Colm Landers. Subs used: Rory Motherway, Ben Fogarty, Conor Meade. Subs: Ciaran Brennan, Danny Fitzgerald, Daniel Walsh, Tommy Morrison, Jake Mulcahy.

Congratulations!

They might have lost county finals in the past week, but for six of our young players, they had the honour of wearing the red jersey of Cork with distinction last weekend. Evan lane represented Cork in Under 14 hurling in Dublin, while George Walsh and Jamie Fogarty played on the Under 14 hurling team who won the prestigious Sonny Walsh tournament in Waterford, with Jamie having the additional honour of captaining the side from full-back. At Under 16 level, Olan Broderick was involved with the A team while Ryan McCarthy and Richie Landers played with the victorious B Team who won their tournament in Tipperary. Well done to all six and hopefully these and many others will continue to represent their club with distinction in the ‘blood and bandage’.

Golf Society:

Society Outing:

Our next outing will be to Tramore Golf Club on Saturday September 9th with first tee time at 10.30am. Please contact Ray on 0872330054 for all information and bookings.

Healthy Clubs Project News Bulletin:

1. *DEFERRED* HEALTHY CLUB WALK NO. 20 date at end of September or early October will be confirmed in next week or so for our Carrauntoohill climb.

2. *NEW* CORK BEATS STRESS Free Stress Control 6-week course begins Thursday September 21st in The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal 10.30-12.00 every Thursday. Killeagh Healthy Clubs Project is partnering with HSE to promote this highly recommended course. Book by email CorkBeatsStress@hse.ie or ring 086-7871016.

3. HEALTHY CLUBS PROJECT Meeting shortly – watch out for details.