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.
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.
Liam O dONNELL cUP FINALISTS aGHADA.
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.
DUNGARVAN 2-20 ST ANNES, WEXFORD 4-12.
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.
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.
DUNGARVAN 4-20 CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-15
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.
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
ROANMORE 1-7 DUNGARVAN 1-4
League Table U14 Hurling Division 2 Group B
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