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Date: April 15, 2019

INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALLERS WIN

DUNGARVAN 1-15 SLIABH GCUA 0-9.

Our intermediate footballers played their first game in this year’s Western IFC in Bushy Park last Saturday afternoon and a strong last quarter ensured a 0-9 win against good opposition.

Gavin Crotty in possession

Playing against the wind, we were level at half time on a score of 0-6 each with five of our scores coming from the booth of Gavin Crotty.

Points after the break by Jack Lacey, Kenny Moore(2) and Michael Kiely helped us to a 0-10 to 0-7 advantage but a fine comeback by Sliabh gCua left just 0-1 the difference at 0-10 to 0-9.

Thomas Duggan on left and Henry O Keeffe discussing GAA related matters.

The team’s fitness shone in the final quarter during which we kept our opposition scoreless and we went on to record a tally of 1-5.

John Curran on left and Michael Kiely

Gavin Crotty kicked 0-5, the other point was scored by Ryan Donnolly and in the final play of the game, Gavin provided for Ryan to register the only goal of the game. The final scoreline was unfair to a gallant Sliabh gCua side who contested well throughout.

Subs heading for a half time kick about

Scorers :

Gavin Crotty 0-9(5f), Ryan Donnolly 1-2, Kenny Moore 0-2, Jack Lacey and Mike Kiely 0-1 each.

Brendan McCourty in possession ahead of Luke O Callaghan

Team :

Mark Boland; Gavin Power, Conor Sheridan, Aaron Donnolly; Darragh Lyons, John Curran, Derek Barry; Jack Lacey, Michael Kiely; Luke O Callaghan, Kenny Moore, Kealan Daly;  Joe Duggan, Gavin Crotty, Ryan Donnolly. Subs : Patrick Curran, Luke Egan.

JUNIOR FOOTBALLERS IN ACTION

CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 2-10 DUNGARVAN 2-6

Our junior ensured a second football team in the club this year when they lined out at home to Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg in the first round of the County championship last Friday evening.

Trailing against the wind at half time by 2-7 to 0-1 , the team pushed the winners all the way in a second half that they won by 2-5 to 0-3.

Our goals came from team captain Sean Hyslop from the penalty spot and from corner forward Kevin Sheehan.

We lined out as follows : Tadhg McCombe; Patrick O Reilly, Robert Havens, Aidan Connolly; Denis McGrath; Seamus Cunningham, Sean Hyslop; John Havens, Mike Ameglio; Ryan Duggan, Conor Sheehan, Brendan Cullinane; Kevin Sheehan, Jonathon Shaw, Liam Sheehan. 

UNDER 15 FOOTBALLERS ON THE DOUBLE

Our under 15 footballers enjoyed two great victories in the County championship over the weekend.

Both games were away from home with the first being played in Waterford on Friday evening against Roanmore. In a thrilling finish the lads won by 2-9 to 2-8. On Monday  the 8th, they were back on the road again and they beat Gaultier by 2-7 to 1-9 in another thriller.

SENIOR HURLERS WIN BY A WHISKER

JJ Kavanagh and Sons County Senior Hurling Championship                                                                                                                Dungarvan 0-22 Tallow 3-12 This wasn’t the best of the six SHC games played over the weekend but it possessed perhaps the best goal of all with Tommy Ryan’s second green flag in the 54th minute from an inch perfect Paul O Brien pass, the latter back after a lengthy spell injured and the former County player was impressive on his return inside the white lines. Trailing by 0-18 to 0-12 in the 51st minute, Ryan struck green first from a peno after sub William Henley had been upended and two minutes later Tommy scored his wonder goal which was highlighted on TG4 last Monday evening. The Tallow player’s third goal into an empty net from a William Henley pass in the 62nd minute levelled the game before Dungarvan’s Gavin Crotty came up trumps for the locals with the winner in the third of the five minutes of added time. The Bridesiders could have had a close in free at the end for a foul on Tommy Ryan which may have levelled the game and nobody could have quibbled about an equal sharing of the championship points. However, Tallow should have had this game wrapped up as hero come villain Tommy Ryan missed seven very score able free taking opportunities and one must question the Tallow sideline for not giving the placed ball duties to a free taker of the calibre of Ryan Grey after a few misses. Tallow had first use of the strong wind and they led at the break by 0-10 to 0-8. The teams were level on five first have occasions, the first in the 4th minute after an exchange of scores between Jordan Henley and Patrick Curran(f). The Dungarvan free taker enjoyed better fortune than his Tallow counterpart and he finished the game with 0-10(8f, 1’65’) behind his name. Tallow shot seven first half wides and Dungarvan five. The first half was , in essence, a free taking dua,l accounting for eleven of the 18 successful attempts. The Dungarvan player edged this period of the game by 0-6 to 0-5 while Tallow struck 0-4 from play per Jordan Henley(2), Darah Buckley and Ryan Grey. On target for the winners were Gavin Crotty and Cormac Curran whose team did not score from play from the 12th minute to half time. It was only in the second half that Tommy Ryan exerted his influence when moved out from the full forward line. With the wind behind them , the Blues were back on level terms by the 35th minute at 0-11 each following scores by Patrick Curran(f), Jamie Nagle and Cathal Curran with Tommy Ryan missing two frees during these minutes. Dungarvan enjoyed their best spell at this stage with further minors by Nagle, Gavin Crotty (2), Jack Lacey, Patrick Curran(2) and Kieran Power with a lone reply by Jordan Henley. This left the winners 0-18 to 0-12 ahead and they had one foot in the winner’s enclosure. However, Tallow received a lifeline with a correct penalty decision and Tommy Ryan’s successful strike breathed new life into the Bridesiders. Ryan’s second goal encouraged Tallow further and his third looked as if Tallow had secured a draw at least. But Dungarvan showed solid resolve after all three green flags with Cathal Curran, Ryan Donnolly, Patrick Curran and Gavin Crotty pointing immediately. There is little currently between these sides but both are off the mark required to make a serious impression in this year’s championship on the form displayed in this game. Dungarvan’s Top Three :

Gavin Crotty, Kieran Power, Patrick Curran. Tallow’s Top Three : Tommy Ryan, Jordan Henley, Paul O Brien. Observer’s Man of the Match : Tommy Ryan. Number of Scorers : Dungarvan : 8. Tallow : 5. Scores From Play : Dungarvan : 0-13. Tallow : 2-6. Frees For : Dungarvan : 14. Tallow : 16. Wides : Dungarvan : 10. Tallow : 13. Score of the Match : Tallow’s second goal engineered by Paul O Brien and executed by Tommy Ryan. Scorers : Dungarvan : Patrick Curran 0-10(8f, 1’65’), Gavin Crotty 0-4, Cathal Curran and Jamie Nagle 0-2 each, Cormac Curran, Kieran Power and Jack Lacey 0-1 each, Ryan Donnolly 0-1f. Tallow : Tommy Ryan 3-6(1-6f), Jordan Henley 0-3, Paul O Brien, Darah Buckley and Ryan Grey 0-1 each. Teams : Dungarvan : Gavin Power; Luke Egan, John Curran, Sean Ryan; Jamie Nagle, Kieran Power, Kenny Moore; Cathal Curran, Jack Lacey; Darragh Lyons, Kevin Daly, Cormac Curran; Patrick Curran, Ryan Donnelly, Gavin Crotty. Subs : Conor Sheridan for Kevin Daly(45), Michael Kiely for Cormac Curran(58), Aaron Donnolly for Kieran Power(inj. 60). Tallow : Shaun O Sullivan; Jake Beecher, Mark O Brien, David O Brien; Darragh Mulcahy, Robbie Geary, Ken Kearney; Jordan Henley, Kieran Geary; Bob McCarthy, Ian Beecher, Paul O Brien; Darah Buckley, Thomas Ryan, Ryan Grey. Subs : Tommy Daly for Kieran Geary(45), William Henley for Bob McCarthy(46), Rob O Sullivan for Ken Kearney(52). Referee : Tom Mansfield (Affane/ Cappoquin).

CLUB PRODUCES SOUVENIR PROGRAMME FOR ALL IRELAND STONE UNVEILING

Fixtures & Results

Adult

 

 

 

2019 FIXTURES :

THIS WEEK’S FIXTURES

INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL : V MODELIGO IN BUSHY PARK FRIDAY APRIL 19TH AT 7PM.

UNDER 15 FOOTBALL : V CLAN NA GAEL AT HOME ON MONDAY APRIL 22ND AT 6.30PM.

UNDER 11 HURLING : V CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG AWAY ON FRIDAY 19TH OF APRIL AT 6.30PM.

UNDER 12 HURLING : V YOUGHAL AT HOME ON WEDNESDAY 24TH OF APRIL AT 6.30PM.

SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE V TALLOW AWAY ON SATURDAY APRIL 27TH AT 7PM.

 

 

SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE :

 

Roind 3 : v Tallow in Tallow Saturday April 27th at 7pm.

 

Round 5 : v Abbeyside in Dungarvan Sunday June 9th at 12 noon.

INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL :

Round 1 : V Modeligo Friday April 19th at 7pm in Bushy Park.

 

JUNIOR HURLING :

JUNIOR FOOTBALL

Round 1 : v Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg at home Friday April 12th at 7pm.

Round 2 : v A Bye.

Round 3 : v Nire at home Friday May 24th at 7pm.

Round 4 : v Brickeys away Friday June 7th at 7.30pm.

Round 5 : v Kilrossanty away Friday June 14th at 7.30pm.

UNDER 19 FOOTBALL :

Round 1 : v Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg in Ardmore Sunday March 3rd at 11.30am. POSTPONED.

Round 2 : A Bye.

Round 3: v Affane. March 23rd.

UNDER 17 FOOTBALL :

 

Round 1 : v Rathormack away Sunday February 17th at 11.30am. (P0stponed).

Round 2 :v Brickeys at home on Sunday February 24th at 11.30am.

Round 3 : v  St. Pats/Naomh Brid at home on Friday March 8th at 7.30pm.

 

UNDER 15 FOOTBALL :

  • Group A
  • 1. The Nire
  • 2. Brickey Rangers
  • 3.Portlaw/Ballyduff
  • 4. Tramore
  • 5. An Ghaeltacht
  • 6. De La Salle
  • Group B
  • 1. Dungarvan
  • 2.St. Saviours
  • 3.St Molloran
  • 4. St Carthages
  • 5. Roanmore
  • 6. Clan Na Gael
  • 5 Matches, 5 rounds, 3×3 home games
  • Divisional Boards may play a stand alone divisional final between top 2 teams from each division

March 16th : A Bye.

 

 

 

2019 RESULTS

Senior Hurling Championship

Round 1 : Sunday April 7th in Fraher Field

Dungarvan 0-22 Tallow 3-12.

Senior Hurling League :

SATURDAY MARCH 6TH…. Dungarvan 1-20 Ballyduff 0-10.

WEDNESDAY MARCH 20TH : DUNGARVAN 3-16 FOURMILEWATER 2-14.

SATURDAY MARCH 23RD : LISMORE 2-19 DUNGARVAN 2-18.

INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL :

ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 1-15 SLIABH GCUA 0-9.

JUNIOR HURLING: Round 1 in Colligan Sunday April 7th

Fourmilewater 2-17 Dungarvan 2-10.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL :

CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 2-10 DUNGARVAN 2-6.

UNDER 19 FOOTBALL :

THURSDAY MATCH 28TH : WALKOVER FROM CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG.

 

MINOR FOOTBALL :

Sunday February 24th : Brickeys 1-11. Dungarvan 2-6.

Friday March 8th : St. Pats/ Naomh Brid 2-11 Dungarvan 2-5.

UNDER 15 FOOTBALL :

SATURDAY MARCH 23RD : DUNGARVAN 3-10 ST. CARTHAGES 3-0.

FRIDAY APRIL 5TH : DUNGARVAN 2-9 ROANMORE 2-8.

MONDAY APRIL 8TH : DUNGARVAN 2-7 GAULTIER 1-9.

UNDER 13 FOOTBALL

SUNDAY MARCH 10TH : DUNGARVAN 4-6 STRADBALLY 0-1.

THURSDAY MARCH 14TH : DUNGARVAN 3-6 BALLINACOURTY 2-9.

THURSDAY MARCH 21ST : DUNGARVAN 4-4 ST. CARTHAGES 1-3.

THURSDAY MARCH 28TH : NIRE 2-13 DUNGARVAN 3-2.

 

 

 

 

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Dungarvan GAA Club was affiliated to the Gaelic Athletic Association on June the 1st 1885 - the first club in Waterford to do so. Through thick and thin, good times and bad, we have stayed the pace, and to-day we are the oldest - and I dare say the best - club in the county. We stand uniquely alone as the only club in the Decies to have won county championships in every grade from Under 12 up to senior in both codes.

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