Lisgoold GAA Notes.

  • Mar 16,2023

By Maurice Mulcahy PRO.

Adult Club

Imokilly Division 1 Football League

Lisgoold 1-8 (8)

Aghada 1-8 (8)

At Rostellan

March 12th 2023

The first team footballers unbeaten run continues but they came up just fell short in their quest to obtain the maximum points in a wet and windy rostellan pitch last Sunday afternoon. Given the strength of the hosts and their tradition in football this was always going to be a tough dogged affair. Kevin McCarthy (our coach for the season) had picked a strong enough side for the match although he was missing a few regulars due to injuries and lads being on tour. The opening exchanges were hard but fair as both sides sought to gain the early advantage. Jason Hegarty, Cathal Cashman and James O’Driscoll were playing well for us and Lisgoold obtained the first major in the match. After 16 minutes a long ball pumped into the square from Midfield saw Caomhán with a salmon like leap get to it ahead of the Aghada keeper and fisted it into the net. A continuation of his good form lately which is great to see. It seemed that momentum was with our lads as they piled on the pressure, but the hosts fought back and within a few minutes got a major of their own after our defence fouled one of their forwards in the small square and a penalty was awarded to Aghada. This was dispatched although our custodian between the sticks (Ciarán) got a hand to the ball – it still got there. They tacked on another point and coming to half time whistle we were the solitary point behind at 1-3 to 1-2.

After the half-time Jaffa the second half was a right dog fight. Points were traded and hits started to pile up as both teams fought validity to get ahead. Patience play from brothers John & Kieran Cashman coupled with an energetic O’Driscoll ensured Lisgoold always had chances available to them. As the match wore on chances were aplenty were had by both teams and a little bit of needle was creeping in as cards were flashed for both teams. One of the key moments of the game was a superb point blank save by our custodian Ciarán in the 52nd minute, in which with David De Gea like reflexes he diverted the ball out for a 45. Had it gone in Aghada were sure to win the game. It looked like Lisgoold were to come away with maximum points as John Cashman landed as superb long-range to edge Lisgoold by the slimmest of margins (1-8 to 1-7). However, in the dying ambers of the match, a small lapse of concentration allowed Aghada to attack our goal and with very little effort they manufactured a free on the twenty-yard line. This allowed the opportunity for Aghada’s Ray Savage who was a constant threat to Lisgoold to conjure the equalising point to make it honours even at the full-time whistle. It was a frustrating result for our lads as the margin of error in these games is tiny as they let slip the extra point. Although on the positive the result brings us another small step closer up to the top of the table. It’s onwards and upwards with the next match up being our first home game of the year vs Cloyne in two weeks’ time.

Team: Ciaran Cronin, Cian Scannell, Shaun Murphy, Jason Hegarty, Kieran Cashman, Cathal Cashman, Cian Healy, John Cashman, Caomhán O’Se, Luke Walsh, John Cronin, Bill Whelan, James O’Driscoll, Mark Hegarty, Cormac Hallahan.

Substitutes (All Used): Sean Coleman, Noel O’Driscoll

Scorers: John Cashman 0-4 (0-3f), Caomhán O’Sé 1-0, Kieran Cashman, Cormac Hallahan, Mark Hegarty, James O’Driscoll 0-1 each.

Referee: Shane Hodgins (Erins Own)

Fixtures & Tables (Correct as of 15th March 2023)

Re FM Hurling Division 4 Table

* Green indicates qualifies for League Final & Promotion to Division Three

**Red indicates Relegation to Division Five


· Lisgoold vs Ballyhea (Away - March 19th)

· Lisgoold vs Valley Rovers (Home - April 1st)

· Lisgoold vs Aghabullogue (Away - April 16th)

· Lisgoold vs Cloyne (Away - April 30th)

· Lisgoold vs St Catherines (Home - May 14th)

· Lisgoold vs Ballinhassig (Away - May 28th)

· Lisgoold vs Milford (Home - June 11th)

· Lisgoold vs Kildorrery (Away - June 25th)

Imokilly Hurling Division 4 Table

* Green indicates qualifies for League Final


· Lisgoold vs Cobh (Home - March 19th)

· Lisgoold vs Killeagh (Away - April 2nd)

· Lisgoold vs Bride Rovers (Home - April 16th)

· Lisgoold vs Midleton (Away - May 14th)

· Lisgoold vs Erins Own (Home - June 11th)

Imokilly Football Division 1 Table

* Green indicates qualifies for League Final

**Red indicates Relegation to Division Two


· Lisgoold vs Cloyne (Home - March 26th)

· Lisgoold vs Bride Rovers (Home - April 9th)

· Lisgoold vs Carrigtwohill (Away - April 23rd)

· Lisgoold vs Carrignavar (Home - May 7th)

· Lisgoold vs Castlemartyr (Away - TBA)

Imokilly Football Division 3 Section A Table

* Green indicates qualifies for League Semi-Finals


· Lisgoold vs Midleton (Away – April 5th )

· Lisgoold vs Cobh (Home - April 23rd)

· Lisgoold vs Russell Rovers (Away - May 7th)

Ladies Club


· U16 v St Catherine’s in Ballynoe 12.30pm 18th March.

· U12 Challenge match against Aghada in Rostellan. 2pm 18th March.

· U14 League match vs St Catherines in Ballynoe. 2pm 19th March.

· U21 County Q-Final vs Banteer/Mitchelstown 19th March. Time and venue TBC

Scor na nÓg.

A huge well done to Becky and Aoibhinn representing the club in the Imokilly region final of Scor na nóg. Becky took 1st place in the Recitation going forward to County on 25th March.

Aoibhinn took 2nd place on Solo singing. Both girls were outstanding. Well done girls and congratulations. Also well done to Kirsten, Becky and Aoibhinn for taking part in the quiz time. The girls were placed third.

Challenge for Trainers

One week to go on our Be Active theme so it’s about time we checked out how fit and active our coaches are. We challenge all our coaches to go head-to-head with the wall squat challenge at your next training session. This week at training we will challenge all the coaches, please video and time the challenge (no cheating) and post to trainers’ group. One representative from each age group will go forward to a grand final in the coming days. Good luck and see ye very soon. Inviting all coaches of ALL our club. One week left to go our one good club treasure hunt in Moanbawn wood.

Best Wishes

Best of luck to Carragh Hickey - Ballincurrig school in round two of the cork primary games on Wednesday.

League Grouping

Draw was made for the Junior Team League grouping for the year. They ended up being drawn to; St.Vals, St Finbarrs, Naomh Abán, Carrigaline, Rockbán.

O’Connor Cup

Commiserations to UL and to our own Dara Kiniry who lost out to DCU in the O’Connor Cup final on a scoreline of 3-14 to 1-13.

Juvenile Club


· U14 Football vs Youghal 11am Away - 18th March

· Minor Hurling vs Nemo Rangers 2pm Away - 18th March

· U16 Football vs Carrigtwohill 7pm Away - 21st March

Best of luck to all.


Lotto Draw Mar 14th, 2023

Numbers: 7-16-19-24 Winner: None

€20 Winners

1. Liz Hegarty (online)

2. Ned O’Keeffe

3. Moss Mulcahy

4. Shane O’Driscoll c/o Jimmy Coleman

Jackpot is at €20,000 - Our Local lotto is of great importance to this club, in terms of financing club activates. To support this, you can purchase tickets in Smarts Bar, Woods' Shop, Woods' Bar, or Carrigtwohill Post Office. Your support will be greatly appreciated. There is also an online option in which you can purchase tickets -

Monthly Meeting

Next Monthly meeting is on Monday 3rd April in the Clubhouse at 8pm.

Rebel Bounty

The funds generated from this have been used to support our brilliant Astro facility, a facility which the children get great use & enjoyment out of. We need people to sign up to the Rebels bounty draw (€100) - this money is vital to assist the club meet its needs. Entry to the draw gives you access to prizes of thousands per month (first prize typically €20,000).

We would really appreciate your support as we strive to provide excellent facilities for the children of the parish. Tickets are now also on sale for the 2023 Rebels' Bounty draw. You can buy tickets at the link below but make sure that you enter Lisgoold in the section that asks for

your club. You can also sign up online for a direct debit of €10 a month for 10 months. You can also contact Liam Walsh (0876953312) or John Joe Regan (0863327642)


Anyone interested in entering the Clubtext service please contact Moss 087-2123628. This would be for fixtures, results, newsletters, lotto results etc.

Social Media

Lisgoold GAA is now on Facebook, so why not add us as your "friend" and use this useful tool to keep up to date with all matters relating to our club and join the 500 others who have already added their support to the club through this medium. Also, you can find us on twitter as well, so you can just post us a tweet!!

Lá Féile Pádraig

Ba mhaith le gach duine ar fud na dtrí chlub Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona a ghuí ar gach duine. Also, we like to wish the Lisgoold St Patricks day committee the best of luck on Friday and looking forward to taking part in such a wonderful event.

Lisgoold GAA club proudly Sponsored by CBtoolhire & SilverStream Healthcare. 

We thank them and all our sponsors for their continuous support.