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Passage 5-18 Dungarvan 0-15

A Passage victory was expected from most quarters in this County SHC quarter final game in Walsh Park last Sunday but nobody could have anticipated the huge margin of their latest win over us.

At no stage in this match did we make a game of it. Passage looked a class apart and their finishing tally could have been even greater but for some way ward first half shooting which accumulated nine first half wides.

Passage had the use of the strong breeze in the first half and they used it well with searching deliveries into our defence that was always under pressure. Also any time they had possession in midfield or in attack, they drove at their markers with goals on their minds. Passage scored 2-9 in the first half and they registered three goals more than this amount against the wind in the second half.

During the second half we scored four points in succession, the first such occurrence in the game and Owen Connors and Jamie Nagle traded pointed frees to leave the scoreboard reading at the end of the third quarter, 2-13 to 0-13. A goal at this stage by the Blues would perhaps have given us a grandstand finish but it was the winners who raised the next green flag when Killian Fitzgerald placed wing forward Liam Flynn for a well struck major from a distance. Earlier in the championship we beat Tallow and Lismore and drew with De La Salle , but we ended our year with a bitter disappointing display. Well done to Passage on a great win for their club and good luck to them in the semi final.

Scorers :  Cathal Curran 0-7(6f), Gavin Crotty 0-4, Cormac Curran, Mike Kiely and Kieran Power 0-1 each, Jamie Nagle 0-1f.

Team :  Darren Duggan; John Curran, Jamie Nagle, Jack Lacey; Darragh Lyons, Kieran Power, Kenny Moore; Cathal Curran, Conor Sheridan; Gavin Crotty, Joe Allen, Mike Kiely; Cormac Curran, Aaron Donnolly, Kealan Daly. Subs : Patrick Curran for Aaron Donnolly,  Sean Crotty for Cormac Curran (inj.), Joe Duggan for Conor Sheridan (inj.)Ryan Donnolly for Joe Allen, Luke Egan for Kealan Daly.














Congratulation to Tony Tobin from the Seana Phobail who recently won our Lotto Jackpot of £10,500. Tony is a regular supporter of out Lotto and he bought his tickets from Johnny Lynch sen. in the shopping centre.

Chairman of the club Bobby Lyons presented Tony with his winnings in the club house on Thursday evening along with our Lotto Co Ordinator Ann Curran and committee member Pat Kiely.



Dungarvan GAA Notes 22nd August 2018
Senior Hurling………..
All roads lead to Walsh Park this Sunday evening when we play Passage in the quarter-final of the Senior Hurling Championship. We will be the final game in a treble header programme at the Eastern venue on Sunday where two more of the quarter-finals will be played. Dungarvan versus Passage throw-in time is 6 p.m.
Hopefully, we can improve our record against the opposition and at the final whistle see ourselves in the bowl for the semi-final draw. A huge hurdle to be overcome on Sunday evening so hopefully plenty  of support will make the short trip to shout on the boys.
John A Murphy Cup…………….
Our Senior Hurlers retained the John A Murphy Cup last Friday evening when they beat Wexford quarter-finalists St. Annes by 0-2 in a thrilling game of hurling.
Eileen Murphy presented the cup to the winning captain Kieran Power and Cathal Curran was named man of the match.
Many thanks to the Murphy family for providing refreshments for all the players and many thanks to Pat Casey who was on refereeing duty.
Team: Darren Duggan, Luke Egan, John Curran, Darragh Lyons, Kieran Power, Gavin Crotty, Cathal Curran, Conor Sheridan, Sean Crotty, Mike Kiely, Gavin Power, Kealan Daly, Joe Allen, Aaron Donnelly, Kevin Daly, Ger Cusack, Ryan Donnelly, Kealan Barry, Luke O’Callaghan, Conor Duggan, Joe Duggan.
Minor Hurling………….
Dungarvan  4-20; Clashmore/Kinsalebeg 0-15.
Our minor hurlers recorded a fine win over Clashmore/Kinsalebeg which was played at Clogherane on Tuesday night last. We led by 1-13 to 0-7 at halftime with our goal coming from Johnny Burke and points by Tristan Loftus, Joe Duggan, Jonathan Houlihan, Conor Sheehan and David Flynn.
Toby Taylor got in on the scoring act in the second half. Johnnny Burke scored a second goal on the stroke of full time.
Team: Seanie Flynn, Oisin Morrissey, Wayne O’Donnell, Brendan Collins, Dion Keohan, Jonathan Houlihan, Tristan Loftus, Joe Duggan, Daniel Kiely, Conor Sheehan, Toby Taylor, Johnny Burke, David Flynn, Tadhg Murray, Alex Shanahan, Stephen Moynihan, Lorcan McGovern, Conor Coward, Cameron Maguire.
Under 10 football tournament
On Saturday morning last the club hosted no less than sixteen teams in a superbly and well ran under 10 football tournament. Clogherane was bursting at the seams with enthusiastic and very talented young boys and girls for what was really a festival of football. The weather was ideal for the occasion and Gerry and committee had everything under control to guarantee a great mornings sporting  entertainment. Every team received a commemorative medal and a goody bag and every team were guaranteed at least three games of football. Our under 10 team were narrowly defated by the Nire in the semi-final.
At the end of a marvellous day, Killeagh beat neighbours Aghada in the final of the Liam O’Donnell Memorial Cup and Youghal defeated the Nire in the plate final. Well done to everyone involved in what was a great day for all the young aspiring footballers. Many thanks to the sponsors Pat Whyte of Printmaster and Conor Lannen of the Country Store. Many thanks to the ladies for providing plenty of refreshments for everyone and to everyone who buttered and baked on the day.
Under 12……………
Our u-12 football championship has commenced and incredibly and strange as it might seem we have two games gone and no game played! Our first game was due to be played against Clashmore on the Friday of the August Bank holiday weekend. As this is peak holiday time for families the lunacy of arranging a fixture for this period was exemplified by the paucity of numbers available for this date. Incredibly no re-arranged fixture was permissible by the Board. Ballyduff found themselves in the same predicament last Friday, 17th when family holidays interfered with their team line-out and were unable to travel. Again Board Bureaucracy dictates no refixture. After organising a magnificent football tournament last Saturday and doing more than our bit in the promotion of the flagging football code you may well wonder how firstly the actual scheduling of games in early August and secondly the failure to allow clubs re-schedule the above matches does anything to promote the football code. Hopefuly it will be third time lucky eh lads!
Under 11 football
The football season has also started for this group where we have thankfully played all three games so far despite the holiday periods involved. First up were Cois Brid where after a tight encounter we failed by the minimum of margins. Next up were our fellow parishoners Brickey Rangers where after a disastrous first half we rallied somewhat in the second half but the deficit proved to much. Our third game saw us travel to play St olivers and after a titanic battle we again couldn’t manage to get our noses in front and went under by four points.
Whilst we have not done much in the line of football training these past weeks the games are badly needed to bring us on. Our next game takes place this Friday night when Cappoquin will be the visitors to Clogherane. This game gets underway at 6:30 p.m.
Trip To Tipp
Many will either have attended and certainly remember the fun and frolics of that infamous festival of the 80s . But it was our U-12 hurlers who embarked on that journey on Thursday, 16th August as they travelled to Semple Stadium, Thurles to participate in a mini blitz of games organised by the Muster Council Games and Development Committee. Playing on the famed Thurles sod was a real treat for the boys where they would have previously watched their Waterford heroes perform. We were involved in four games against Charleville, Ruan of Clare, Templetuohy and Erins Own of Waterford.
The Rebels were the only ones who got the better of us on the day. After the games we were treated to a tour of the stadium with Brendan Maher where he explained his usual match day routine and brought us through the Hawk Eye technology in use there. In his question and answer session one of our astute panel asked him how come the technology wasn’t available in the Gaelic Grounds for the Waterford and Tipperary match? He just laughed!
Many thanks to all who made this memorable day happen, to all who travelled and helped out on the bus journey but more especially to the boys who were impeccably behaved throughout the day.
Panel: James Maye, Eddie Burke, Zach Power, Darragh Murphy, Leon Lannon,Tony O’Donnell, Raymond Kelly, John Meehan, Adam Mulligan, Billy Hickey, Luke Power, Luke Irwin, Brandon Dillon, Jamie Nagle, Calum Daly, Jacob Dalton, Cory Lyons, Oisin Hallahan, Pierce Quann.
U-16 Camogie
It has been a busy time for our u-16 girls lately as their championship and            subsequent grading of the teams began with a trip to Butlerstown on Tuesday, August 7th. This being our initial game we may have been accused of been a bit rusty but we applied ourselves excellently and managed a well deserved and hard earned draw with two evenly matched teams.
Our second game saw Portlaw arriving to Clogherane on Tuesday, 14th August. Again after an encouraging start we battled on bravely but unfortunately defeat was to be our lot as we had to succumb to a  powerful Portlaw team. Our third game again took place at Clogherane last Friday night on a hectic night of activity in the field. St Annes were our opponents this time and proved to be in a different class running out easy winners and whilst some may wonder about playing such powerful teams it is often in these games that players put in an unrewarded effort and it is a clear indication of where we stand and the effort and work necessary to reach the high standard of others..
Panel: Abi Power, Aoibhe Bluett, Katie Donnelly, Catherine Ruane, Caoimhe Prendergast, Caoimhe Meehan, Clodagh Tutty, Emma Fitzpatrick, Hollie Keohan, Lucy Ferncombe, Lucy Dunford, Leyla Topkya, Mary Kate Prendergast, Rachel Harty, Tiffany Loftus, Claire Whelan-Power.
Congratulations to Tony Tobin from Sean Phobail who scooped our lotto jackpot of €10,500 last week. Tony supports the local GAA club lotto every week. Comhgairdeachas aris Tony and happy spending.
Lotto jackpot started again on Monday night last at €1,000. Tickets available from Hallahan’s Chemist, Paddy Foley’s Bar, The Country Store, John Walsh Spar, Quealy’s Bar.
U-10 football tournament
Last Saturday the Dungarvan GAA club hosted an underage football tournament.  A total of 16 teams, from Waterford, Cork and Tipperary, participated in an under 10 football tournament which saw Killeagh GAA win the overall tournament and Youghal GAA winning the Plate competition. The sun stayed with us for the day and all games were very close, exciting and very competitive.  Special thanks to all the teams that travelled to Dungarvan; only for you the tournament would not have not been a huge success.
We would like to thank our tournament sponsors for their support, Printmaster, The Country Store and Garvey’s SuperValu. Big thanks to all those who volunteered their time on the day, and to both Juvenile and Adult committees for helping to organise the tournament. Just to finish, well done especially to all the the under 10s that took part in the games today.


Fergal O Donnell presents the Liam O Donnell Memorial Cup to the Dungarvan captain Alan Harney. Also included left to right are Mikeen Lyons, John Horgan, Michael Curran and Justin Houlihan.



Pat Whyte, Printmaster,  presents the Liam O Donnell Cup to the captain of the winning Killeagh team.

The club grounds were a hive of activity last Saturday morning when  sixteen teams travelled to us to participate in our inaugural under 10 festival of football.

Conor Lannon, Country Store, presents the Millenium Cup to the captain of the winning Youghal team.

The winning Killeagh Team.

The weather was ideal for the occasion and tournament organiser Gerry Silke and his committee had everything under control to guarantee a great morning’s sport.

The winning Youghal Team.

Every participant received a commemorative medal and a goody bag and they were guaranteed at least three games of football.


At the end of the day, Killeagh beat neighbours Aghada in the final of the Liam O Donnell Memorial competition and Youghal  defeated Nire in the Millenium Cup competition.

Millenium Cup finalists, The Nire.

The club is very grateful to our sponsors, Pat Whyte of Printmaster and Conor Lannon of Country Store.

The Dungarvan team who contested the Shield Semi Final.

Eleanor in the Kitchen.

Thanks to the many club members and friends who helped out on the day.

Francis and Daniel in the shop.

”FILL THESE FIELDS WITH CHILDREN”……………..President of the GAA, the late Jack Boothman’s parting words when he officially opened the club grounds in 1994.



Our senior hurlers retained Johnny’s Cup last Friday evening when they beat Wexford quarter finalists St. Anne’s by 0-2 in a thrilling game of hurling.

Eileen Murphy presented the cup to the winning captain Kieran Power and Cathal Curran was announced as Man of the Match.

Many thanks to the Murphy family for providing refreshments for all the players and thanks Pat Casey for refereeing the game.

Team :

Darren Duggan; Luke Egan, John Curran, Jack Lacey; Darragh Lyons, Kieran Power, Gavin Power; Cathal Curran, Conor Sheridan; Sean Crotty, Mike Kiely, Gavin Crotty; Kealan Daly, Joe Allen, Aaron Donnolly. Subs : Kevin Daly, Ger Cusack, Ryan Donnolly, Kealan Barry, Luke O Callaghan, Con0r Duggan, Joe Duggan.


The John A Murphy senior hurling memorial cup final will be played in our club grounds this Friday evening August 17th at 8pm when we take on Wexford club St. Anne’s who are preparing for their own quarter final championship game.



Our minor hurlers stayed on course for a place in the knockout stages with a good win over Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg at home on Tuesday evening last.

We led by 1-13 to 0-7 at half time with our goal coming from Johnny Burke and points by such as Tristan Loftus, Joe Duggan, Johnathon Houlihan, Johnny Burke, Conor Sheehan and David Flynn.

Toby Taylor got in on the scoring act in the second half, Johnny Burke got a second goal at the very end of the match Tristan Loftus pounced for two more major scores.

Scorers :

Trista Loftus 2-7(3f, 1’65’), Johnny Burke 2-2, Conor Sheehan 0-5, Toby Taylor 0-3,  David Flynn 0-2, Joe Duggan and Johnathon Houlihan 0-1 each.

Team : Seanie Flynn, Oisin Morrissey, Wayne O Donnell, Brendan Collins, Dion Keoghan, Johnathon Houlihan, Tristan Loftus, Joe Duggan, Daniel Kiely, Conor Sheehan, Toby Taylor, Johnny Burke, David Flynn, Tadhg Murray, Alex Shanahan, Stephen Moynihan, Lorcan McGovern, Conor Coward, Cameron Maguire.


League Table JJ Kavanagh & Sons Co. Minor Hurling Championship Division 3B

Kilrossanty/Cill Rosanta 4 3 1 0 110 86 24 7
Dungarvan 4 3 0 1 106 79 27 6
Ardmore 3 2 0 1 62 67 -5 4
Ballyduff Upper 2 1 1 0 21 21 0 3
Cappoquin 3 1 0 2 68 82 -14 2
Fourmilewater 3 0 0 3 70 84 -14 0
Clashmore/Kinsalebeg 3 0 0 3 32 50 -18 0




League Table U14 Hurling Division 2 Group B

Roanmore 4 3 0 1 72 50 22 6
Passage 4 3 0 1 42 23 19 6
Cois Bhride 4 3 0 1 59 48 11 6
Dungarvan 4 1 0 3 26 33 -7 2
Micheal MacCraith Tramore 4 0 0 4 31 76 -45 0



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