Killeagh GAA Notes

  • Nov 06,2023


Minor (U17) Hurling:


Our minor hurlers have completed a hugely impressive treble of county championships after a thrilling victory over Shandrum in Páirc Uí Rinn on Monday 9th October, finishing Killeagh 1-25 Shandrum 2-17. Barry Walsh put on an all-time performance, scoring 1-14 on the night. He was supported by excellent performances by our players in every position on the field. The future is bright for hurling in Killeagh, as this victory follows the Minor ‘A’ title in 2021 and the ‘Premier 2’ title in 2022, completing the treble of minor championships. Thanks to the huge crowd who travelled to Páirc Uí Rinn to support the boys. Another impressive stat is that many of these lads were in action just days later when they togged out for Midleton CBS and Pobalscoil Youghal in the Dr. Harty Cup, representing their club and schools proudly.

Killeagh Team: 1. Fionn Murphy (captain) 2. Tadhg Considine 3. Harry Connon 4. Michael Doherty 5. Oran Cunningham 6. Ben Walsh 7. Cathal Brennan 8. Fionn Brennan 9. Jack Coleman 10. Eoin Roche 11. Cormac Deane 12. Barry Walsh 13. Conor Burns 14. Sean Meade 15. Ben Geary 16. Cian O’Riordan 17. John Ogbebor 18. Michael O’Donovan 19. Dara McDonald 20. Andrew Brenner 21. Rian O’Connor 22. Aidan McNamee 23. Colm Cowhig 24. Callum Power

Scorers: Barry Walsh 1-14 (0-10f), S Meade 0-7, B Geary 0-2, C Deane 0-1, J Coleman 0-1.

Bainisteoirí: Tadhg O’Connor; Brian Collins; Dermot Motherway; Colin Brennan

Medic: Pauline Meade

Team Sponsors: Joe’s Farm Crisps

Junior B Hurling:

JUNIOR B GLORY AT LAST (by Colman Motherway)

Having lost to Bride Rovers in the 2022 decider, our Junior B hurlers went one better last Saturday in claiming the Eamon Fleming Cup with a hard-earned victory over a determined Castlemartyr side in Páirc Chríostóir Uí Rinn, Cloyne, where we had the four seasons not just in the day but in the hour! A stop-start opening half was dominated by frees, with our Dan Landers and the Reds’ Niall Morgan dominating the scoreboard. Ben Budds

chipped in with two much-needed long-distance points towards the end of the half, leaving the teams tied at 0-6 each ag leath-am. The second half saw us gain a foothold and Paudie Mackey’s fine goal after 40 minutes gave us some breathing space, and with Dan continuing his exceptional shooting, both from frees and from play, and Aaron Walsh adding two great scores, we finished seven points ahead at the finish – 1-17 to 0-13. Congratulations to the full panel who trained really well throughout the year, and to the management team of Ger, Andrew, Denis, Brendan, Mary, Shane, Sean and Ray. A special mention to Stephen Murphy who picks up his second medal at this grade, 23 years after winning in 2000! Let’s go on now and rattle the county!

Killeagh Team: Brian Murphy, Pierce Geary, Conor Meade, Barry Motherway, Robbie Treacy, Brian Collins, Christy Coughlan, Ben Budds, Dylan Coleman (Captain), Dan Landers, Kieran Lane, Andy Walsh, Paudie Mackey, Padraic Carroll, Aaron Fitzgibbon, Aaron Walsh, Brendan Barry, David Collins, Gerard Collins, Colm Crowley, Tadhg O’Connor, Ritchie Landers, Luke Fogarty, Ciaran O’Rourke, Stephen Murphy, Rory Motherway, Cian Fogarty, Jack O’Connor, Diarmuid Buckley, Cian McDonald, Olin Hennessy, Paul Keniry, Dermot Motherway, Stephen Byrne, Darragh O’Connor.

Scorers: Dan Landers (0-12, 0-8f), Paudie Mackey (1-1), Ben Budds (0-2), Aaron Walsh (0-2)

The next Junior B game is on in the Páirc Uí Chaoimh 4G pitch this Sunday 5th November at 6.15pm, against Carrigdhoun champions Valley Rovers. Be sure to get out and support the lads as we aim to add the county title to our East Cork title!

Senior A/Junior A Hurling:

It was a disappointing end to hugely positive seasons in Senior A and Junior A Hurling. We were beaten by Newcestown (who have since gone on to win the county final) in the Senior A quarter final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, while an impressive Carraig na bhFear side beat our Junior A team in the East Cork semi final, played in Dungourney. Thanks to all our loyal supporters who followed these teams around the county throughout the year.

Junior C Football:

The Junior C footballers were victorious in the East Cork semi final against Carraig na bhFear on Saturday 28th October, on a scoreline of 0-10 to 0-6, Seán Walsh and Stephen Murphy our standout players on the day. Ballinacurra now await us in the final on Saturday 11th November at 2.30pm, Venue TBC . Our Junior C

footballers are unbeaten so far in this championship, so hopefully they can get the job done and see another cup return to Killeagh!


Thank you to all involved in the ‘Gone to the Dogs’ fundraiser at Curraheen Park on the 30th September, which proved to be a great night of entertainment for all ages! The money raised will support vital works to upgrade the Killeagh GAA, Killeagh Camogie, and Inch Rovers Ladies Football facilities at Páirc Uí Chinnéide.


See attached photo for the Golfer of the Year Standings and upcoming dates.

If you are interested in joining the Killeagh GAA Golf Society, give Ray Rochford a call or a text on 087-2330054.


Show your support for our online club shop, which is now open and ready for business! The shop can be found by searching for Killeagh GAA on the O’Neills website: . There is a wide range of Killeagh GAA gear on sale so be sure to check it out!


Killeagh GAA Club is delighted to have Niall Guerin Construction on board as our club sponsor. Huge thanks for the continued support throughout all our activities in 2023.


Our latest Lotto club draw was worth €7400 and took place on Tuesday October 31st. The numbers drawn on the night were 2, 6, 13, 29. We had no winner of this week’s Lotto jackpot. Next week’s Jackpot is €7600!

· €30 Cash winners – Michael O’Reilly, Mairead Landers, Eddie Hayes

· €30 Voucher (Uncle Sam’s) - Christine Conlon

· Congratulations to Michael Kirby who was the October winner of our Rebels Bounty €100 Lucky Dip prize.

Thank you for all your support.

Our weekly Lotto Draw will continue on each Tuesday evening throughout 2023. We have a large number of supporters who avail of a yearly Lotto ticket which gives weekly entry into the Draw.

Our Lotto Tickets are available locally in:

· O’Neill’s Londis (near the front door)

· Ahern’s Centra (near the Deli)

· Burgess Service Station (near the back door)

· Fitzgibbon’s Garage

· Vibez Salon

· Old Thatch

· Long’s Bar

· Kennedy’s Bar

· Tom Kelly’s Butchers

If you wish to enter the draw online, you can buy tickets up to 8:15pm on Tuesday evening at! Remember, no queues, no delays, the Killeagh GAA Online Lotto is always a great and easy way to Play!! Remember, if you are not in, you cannot win!!

Every €2 helps a major part in the running of your club. We thank you in advance for your support as we meet our financial commitments on a monthly basis. And don’t forget to share our Social Media posts too to let more people know about our superb Lotto Jackpot!

Remember, Money Spent Local Stays Local!


All bookings for pitches, ball alley and meeting rooms for 2023 will need to be booked via email only,

We ask all teams, mentors & club members to respect this decision.

Our walking facilities remain open for all members of our club and the community.


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