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Date: April 1, 2024


Due to the present Covid restrictions on the holding of meetings, the club is not in a position to invite all paid up members to the clubhouse to discuss the use of our new astro turf facility.

Therefore any member who would like to give their opinion on the organisation of the facility under the following headings…. 1. Use by our own members…2. financial maintenance under lights…..3. Hiring out of facility and….4 any other opinions are asked to submit to the club secretary  by October 5th.

The club committee will take all opinions into consideration before opening the astro for use. Regards Club Executive. 


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Intermediate Football

Last Saturday afternoon our Intermediate footballers contested the Radley Engineering sponsored Western semi final where our opponents were Sliabh gCua. Buoyed by our two successes in the league group stages we hoped that we could maintain this winning streak and advance to the final stage. Electing to play against the wind we got off to a bright start and aided by points by Jack Lacey,Michael Kiely,Gavin Crotty and Darren Duggan we held 0.4 to 0.2 advantage at the water break. After a sluggish start after the water break resumption where Sliabh gCua drew level it was the aforementioned Darren Duggan who availed of a goal scoring chance to give us some breathing space. Shortly after we were reduced to 14 men and were going to have to see out the remaining 40 minutes with that numerical disadvantage. Half time came and gave us a chance to regroup and prepare for the expected Sliabh gCua onslaught. Exchanges were tight and scores were scarce. Further Gavin Crotty points saw us lead 1.7 to 0.6 come the second water break and still unable to shake off the resolute challenge from our opponents. Thankfully the final quarter was to be our best and points from Kieran Power,Jack Lacey and the ever dependable Gavin Crotty whose seven points amassed over the hour was a fine personal achievement eventually put us in a commanding position. This was cemented in the dying moments when a tremendous individual Luke O’Callaghan goal and whose sister Kate was at the same time finishing off her U/12 camogie game against Gaultier out in Clogherane with an equally impressive goal and keeping up the great O’Callaghan tradition associated with the club. The final whistle came soon after and a 2.12 to 0.8 scoreline saw us advance to the Western Final. Here our opponents will be Modeligo who ran out winners over Ballinameela and who are keen to go one better than last year where they were defeated in the County Final. Team : Mark Borland , Conor Sheridan,Derek Barry,Kealan Daly,Jamie Nagle,Darragh Lyons,Michael Kiely(0-1),John Curran,Jack Lacey(0-2),Kieran Power(0-1),Brendan Cullinan,Johnny Burke,Joe Duggan,Gavin Crotty (0-7),Darren Duggan (1-1),Subs Used Joe Allen,Luke O’Callaghan(1-0)

Junior B Football Our junior football team had the misfortune of being positioned in the same group as the second string of Senior teams Ring and Stradbally and having lost fairly comprehensively to Ring last week who were in turn beaten by Stradbally it was a case of lambs to the slaughter last Saturday evening when Stradbally came to Clogherane. However great credit must go to players who lined out with the sole intention of just playing the game regardless of the inevitable outcome. Thus the juniors campaign comes to an abrupt halt after one week and just two games . More is the pity that there is not enough games for what may be called the fun players and against teams of similar and equal abilities.

Camogie Great news emanating from the Munster Camogie association with the news that we have been designated home venue for our forthcoming clash with Clare representatives Feakle-Killanena .That the grounds in Clogherane are deemed suitable to hold the fixture is indeed an added bonus and is great testament to those who sadly are no longer with us but who put in place the marvellous facilities we have above with the vision of holding major occasions such as Munster semi finals. It will indeed be a very emotional and proud day for the club. The date to have in your diary is Sunday 4th October and throw in is at 3.00pm. Well what of our opponents Feakle-Killanena. They had a one point win in their county final where they rattled up an impressive 1.16 scoreline to progress to the Senior ranks in Clare camogie. Interestingly the winners of the Clare Senior championship participate in the Munster Senior Championship while the winners of the Waterford senior championship (Gaultier) advance to the lower intermediate grade in the Munster Championship. This indicates that there must be a fairly serious difference in levels between Clare and Waterford Club Camogie ranks. However we can only go out and do our best and the enthusiasm and enjoyment still abounds at the training sessions which is brilliant to see. Under 12 Camogie The under 12 group continue to make great strides and last Saturday afternoon they played Gaultier in the quarter final above in Clogherane. The girls put in a tremendous effort over the 40 minutes and thoroughly deserved their success and are looking forward to their semi final.

Under 15

Our under 15 footballers start their campaign for 2020 this Wednesday evening when Gaultier make the 80 mile round trip to Clogherane. With preparations rushed after the completion of the hurling we go into this game slightly unknown but do possess some fine footballers. A Further game will take place on Saturday when we travel to Ferrybank and our campaign will finish when St.Saviours travel to Clogherane on Wednesday 30th September.

Under 13 The combined units of Tallow and Shamrocks in the form of Cois Bhride made their way to Clogherane last Monday 14th September for our second game in the football championship. With one victory over St.Pats under our belts we were keen to try and maintain that winning streak. With two evenly matched teams and exchanges tight all through the game there was only going to be a kick of a ball between them. Unfortunately for us we were we were on the wrong side of it as despite goals from Adam Mulligan and Charlie Crotty we had to succumb to our opponents challenge on a 2.9 to 4.5 scoreline. Our third game was scheduled to have taken place against Brickey Rangers last Monday night. Panel: Luke Irwin, Billy Hickey, Raymond Kelly, John Meehan, Brandon Dillon, Ruaidhri Beresford, Tony O Donnell, Seanie Cummins, Donnacha Hamilton, Will Healy, Adam Mulligan,Jacob Dalton, Corey Lyons, Pierce Quann, Oisin Hallahan,Charlie Crotty Ryan McGovern,Piotr Koch,Toby Moore,Ronan Gleeson

Under 12 Our under 12s put in their best performance to date against the Nire last Friday evening at Clogherane. One noteworthy feature coming from the game was the hat trick scoring performance of Rian Hallahan who was quite a handful for the Nire defence throughout the game. Our next game is against St.Pats and will take place next Friday evening . Panel: Pierce Quann,Corey Lyons,Jacob Dalton,Oisin Hallahan,Ryan McGovern,Daniel Healy,Toby Moore,Ronan Gleeson,Charlie Crotty,Rian O’Sullivan,Rian Hallahan,Callum Fitzgerald,Dillon Quinlan,Aaron Dillon Under 11 The under 11 group were in action last Tuesday evening when Lismore were visitors to Clogherane for their second last game in their campaign. Again after a titanic battle the teams couldn’t be separated and honours were shared. Our final game will be against Cois Bhride on Tuesday evening 22nd September. Panel: Jamie Keohan,James Ferncombe,Ben Morrissey,Jake Kiely,Joey Morrissey,Filip Perlak,Eoin Murray,Rian Hallahan Callum Fitzgerald,Stefan Clifford,Cormac Silk,Jamie Connolly,Aaron Dillon Drive in Bingo. Time to get the Dabbers out as our Drive in Bingo takes place this Monday night 28th September in Scanlons yard. Eyes down at 7pm

. Saturday mornings Our Saturday morning sessions will continue for the next few weeks while the weather remains favourable. Always great to see some new children take part and having now settled into the new school year hopefully the children will be eager to let off a bit of steam and continue their enjoyment of the games. Please note that these sessions will continue throughout the remaining Autumn weeks and will accommodate both boys and girls with no age restrictions and are free of any charge. Hopefully the all weather surface will be up and ready for our winter training sessions after that.This Saturday morning we will concentrate on football. Field Development Those passing along the N25 this past week will have noticed the rising of the hurling wall on the south side of our new development. With things progressing nicely the next stage will be the actual laying of the surface and the completion of the perimeter fence.

Lotto. Our weekly lotto draw is streamed live every Monday night at 8 pm on Facebook. Tickets are available from Hallahans Pharmacy, The Country Store, Johnny Lynch greengrocer and Walsh’s Spar Grehans Centra. Tickets can also be bought online . Many thanks to all our supporters of our weekly lotto

ROUND 2 WESTERN IFC RADLEY ENGINEERING Dungarvan Reach Football Semi Final Dungarvan 1-11 Ballinacourty 1-6 A wind assisted Dungarvan led this local derby Western IFC game at the Colligan venue last Saturday afternoon at half time by 0-8 to 0-2 which proved to be the main reason they progressed to the last four in this year’s championship. Ballinacourty’s second fifteen started the brighter despite playing into the elements and they led by 0-2 to 0-1 after ten minutes due to a brace of minors by veteran Gary Hurney. However, these two points were to be ‘Courty’s only visits to the scoreboard in the first half as Dungarvan gradually took control of proceedings. Gavin Crotty(f) opened the Blues account, Brendan Cullinan levelled the match and Johnny Burke, from a mark, put the town side in front. Former County player Kieran Power kicked a brace from play and Mike Kiely, Cullinan and Burke again, finished the first half scoring. Ballinacourty won the second half by 1-4 to 1-3 with Dungarvan’s better scoring rate into the wind proving to be the difference. David Hickey opened ‘Courty’s second half account before Gary Hurney was wide with a score able opportunity. Darren Duggan kicked a morale boosting left legged free over the bar in the 40th minute and Brendan Cullinan, who enjoyed his best hour here lofted over his third minor from play. Jack Lacey made it three important scores in a row for the winners and Colin Foley got one back for Ballinacourty before the final water break, 0-11 to 0-4. Balliacourty made a bold bid to narrow the gap in the final quarter. Gary Hurney executed two pointed frees and then sub DJ Kiely gained delivery from a quickly taken free to score the first goal of the game and to reduce the difference between the teams to 0-11 to 1-6 with ten minutes remaining. Dungarvan steadied themselves within minutes and after Johnny Burke went close with an initial goal attempt, he finished off a move by Kieran Power to the net in the 56th minute and this score decided the eventual qualifiers from this group. Dungarvan’s Top Three : Kieran Power, Brendan Cullinan, Gavin Crotty. Ballinacourty’s Top Three : Gary Hurney, Diarrmuid Henley, Shane Briggs. Number of Scorers : Dungarvan : 7. Ballinacourty : 4. Scores From Play : Dungarvan : 1-10. Ballinacourty : 1-3. Frees For : Dungarvan : 14. Ballinacourty : 14. Wides : Dungarvan : 7. Ballinacourty : 3. Score of the Match : Kieran Power’s 18th minute point from play for Dungatvan. Scorers : Dungarvan : Johnny Burke 1-2, Brendan Cullinan 0-3, Kieran Power 0-2, Gavin Crotty(f), Michael Kiely, Darren Duggan and Jack Lacey 0-1 each. Ballinacourty : Gary Hurney 0-4(3f), DJ Kiely 1-0, David Hickey and Colin Foley 0-1 each. Teams : Dungarvan : Mark Boland; Kealan Daly, Conor Sheridan, Michael Kiely; Jamie Nagle, Derek Barry, Darragh Lyons; Jack Lacey, John Curran; Kieran Power, Darren Duggan, Michael Kiely; Joe Duggan, Johnny Burke, Brendan Cullinan. Sub : Luke O Callaghan for Joe Duggan. Ballinacourty : Brian Enright; Joey Mullen, Diarmuid Henley, Gavin Breen; Conor McCarthy, David Collins, Colin Foley; Shane Ahearne, Cian Fagan; David Hickey, Gary Hurney, Cian O Riordan; Eoin Ahearne, Richie Ryan. Subs : DJ Kiely for Brian Enright(inj,), Maurice Power for Conor McCarthy(inj.), Patrick Lynch for Shane Ahearne, Tuernan Murray for Cian O Riordan. Referee : Tadhg Tobin (Brickey Rangers)



Dungarvan Open their account by the minimum.

Dungarvan 1-13 Modeligo 0-13 This intermediate football tie played on Wednesday last at the well appointed Abbeyside venue between Modeligo and Dungarvan held and had everybody on tender hooks right up to the last shrill of Tommy Sullivan’s whistle. Both teams deserve great credit in serving some exciting fare in this close encounter. Dungarvan opened the scoring in the 3rd and 6th minutes with points from Gavin Crotty. After a nice build up Mike Troy pointed for Modeligo ehile to minutes later Shane Troyhad the teams on level terms. Rian Reddy,after a fine piece of individual work, put Modeligo ahead with a glorious point. Gavin Crotty and Patrick Walsh exchanged points whle Joe Duggan and Gavin Crotty, the latter score coming as the result of a foul on Kieran Power, scored for Dungarvan. Indeed it must be related that Gavin Crotty was Dungarvan’s main scorer and best player at this point of the game, while Sean O Donovan was starring for Modeligo, who has a team were playing delightful fre flowing football using the overlap to great effect. A pass from Joe Duggan to the unmarked Michael Kiely found the net from close range. Modeligo replied with points from Shane Troy, Rian Reddy and a close in free duly pointed by Shane Troy brought us to the half time break on a score of Dungarvan 1-5 Modeligo 0-7. On the resumption Gavin Crotty pointed for the Blues while John Devine replied for Modeligo. A Darren Duggan free and fine inter play saw Michael Troy raise a white flag for Modeligo. Another Crotty point was answered by Pat O Donovan who received from Shane Troy after a fine solo run. Joe Duggan pointed after a defence splitting pass from Darren Duggan. A fine point blank save by Boland, the custodian in the Dungarvan goal, saw James Troy score a point from the rebound.. Indeed Modeligo were unlucky not to register a major score here.. Another Michael Troy point left the score 0-13 to 1-9. A fine Johnny Burke point brought the teams level. At this point a Modeligo victory looked likely but credit the Blues they stood firm. Gavin Power and Tristan Loftus replaced Oisin Morrissey and Brendan Cullinan while Mick Devine replaced Niall Browne for Modeligo. Jamie Nagle, using all of his experience, provided an overlap and his effort from 35 yeards put Dungarvan ahead. Both Gavin Crotty and Shane Troy exchanged points and well known referee Thomas Walsh, from a ‘45’ pointed to draw the teams level, 1-12 to 0-15. Kieran Power, who had been quite enough throughout, came thundering into the game, drawing on his experience, and it seemed to inspire Dungarvan. It was Jack Lacey who split the posts and so it was Dungarvan who opened their account victoriously by the narrowest of margins. Dungarvan were best served by Gavin Crotty, Jack Lacey, Kieran Power, Michael Kiely and Jamie Nagle. Entering the game as favourites, Modeligo lost nothing in defeat and they were best served by Pat O Donovan, Patrick Walsh, Rian Reddy and the Troys. This outfit will have a major say in outright Western honours. For Dungarvan, any victory with the big ball is to be welcomed and surely the team will grow in confidence from this outing. Final Score : Dungarvan 1-13 Modeligo 0-15. Teams : Dungarvan : Mark Boland; Oisin Morrissey, Derek Barry, Kealan Daly; Jamie Nagle, Darragh Lyons, Michael Kiely; Jack Lacey, John Curran; Joe Duggan, Johnny Burke, Kieran Power; Darren Duggan, Gavin Crotty, Brendan Cullinan. Subs : Gavin Power for Oisin Morrissery and Tristan Loftus for Brendan Cullinan. Modeligo : Thomas Walsh; Keith Hickey, Patrick Walsh, Nicholas O Donovan; Sean Hennessy, Sean O Donovan, John McGrath; Gavin Dalton, Rian Reddy; John Devine, Patrick O Donovan, Michael Troy; James Troy, Shane Troy, Bernard Wright. Subs : Michael Devine and Niall Browne. Referee : Tommy Sullivan.



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