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Date: November 21, 2022

DUNGARVAN GAA UNDER 11 ASTRO HURLING TOURNAMENT FINALS

Division 1 cup winners…an ghaeltacht pictured with Pa Hallahan, Hallahan’s Pharmacy, who sponsored the prizes

Division 1 shield winners Brickeys
Division 1 shield winners Brickeys.

Division 1 Plaque Winners Abbeyside on left and Division 1 Plate Winners Stradbally on right.

Division 4 cup winnersBrickeys on right and shield winners Ardmore on left

Division 2 cup winners Dungarvan on left and shield winners Abbeyside on right.

Division 3 cup winners Abbeyside on right and shield winners Kilrossanty on left.

DUNGARVAN GAA UNDER 11 ASTRO HURLING TOURNAMENT FINALS

PRIZES SPONSORED BY HALLAHAN’S PHARMACY

LOCAL ASTRO HURLING TOURNAMENT AN OUTSTANDING SUCCESS

The non stop rain in recent weeks may have put a stop to playing games in the fields around the County but a very appropriate alternative was provided by Dungarvan GAA club with the staging of an under 11 Winter hurling tournament in their Astro turf facility in recent weeks with the finals being played last Sunday from 12 noon to 4pm.

The brainchild of Dungarvan under age mentor Shane Duggan with Pat Kiely and Ivan Fitzgerald refereeing all of the games each week, sixteen teams entered from across West Waterford and all involved were in agreement that enjoyment was the key experience with no wide balls, no line balls, just goals and constant action all through.

All teams were involved in the finals last Sunday and at the end of an exciting day’s hurling, the prizes which were very generously provided by Hallahans Pharmacy were presented by another Dungarvan underage mentor, Pa Hallahan.

The Hallahan’s have a long association with the Dungarvan club with their father Austin and uncle Mick playing in County senior finals in the 1950’s.

Thanks to all of the participating clubs for their involvement and to the parents of the players for attending and supporting the tournament.

UNDER 20 HURLING

THE PARK HOTEL WESTERN UNDER 20 C HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINAL
BALLYDUFF ON TOP IN HIGH SCORING GAME
BALLYDUFF 6-17 DUNGARVAN 4-9
Ballyduff qualified for yet another final this year when they outscored Dungarvan comfortably in Cappoquin last Sunday morning. They will now play either Clashmore/Kinsalebeg or An Ghaeltacht in the Divisional final.
There was no shortage of scores in this game on a field that was in very good condition for the time of the year. Ten goals were scored with Ballyduff responsible for half a dozen for them while they were also on top in the points scoring scene.
Ballyduff began with two points by Sean Hickey in the first three minutes before Kyle Healy goaled for Dungarvan. The teams were level at the end of the third quarter, 1-6(B) to 2-3 (D) with Cathal Murphy(2), Pa McCarthy(f)and Carthach Hickey adding points to a goal by Murphy for Ballyduff and Eoin Callaghan(2) and Johnny Burke adding to Kyle Healy’s second goal.
The key scores in the second quarter and the ones that went a long way to deciding the winners were goals by Jason English(peno), Carthach Hickey and Sean Hickey for Ballyduff which saw them going in at half time 4-10 to 2-6 ahead.
SECOND HALF
The new half was only one minute old when Sean Hickey scored his second goal and while Eoin O Callaghan replied similarly in the 33rd minute for Dungarvan, Sean Hickey completed his hat trick in the 37th minute and with the scoreboard reading 6-11 to 3-7, the winners were in the comfort zone.
Dungarvan kept plugging away and Johnny Burke scored 1-1 from frees and Eoin O Callaghan brought his tally to 1-4.
Ballyduff brought their points tally to 0-17 with further minors from Cathal Murphy, 0-4(3f) and Darragh Sheehy(2) to win comfortably by 0-14.
Scorers :
Ballyduff : Sean Hickey 3-2, Cathal Murphy 1-10(3f), Carthach Hickey 1-1, Jason English 1-1(1-0 pen), Darragh Sheehy 0-2,Pa McCarthy 0-1f.
Dungarvan : Kyle Healy 2-0, Eoin O Callaghan 1-4, Johnny Burke 1-4(4f), Brian Curran 0-1.
Teams :
Ballyduff : Florence Flynn, Seamus Branagh, Sam Kingston, Joe Ahern, Quentin Joyce, Patrick Fennessy, Pa McCarthy, Anthony Higgins, Sean Hickey, Jason English, Cathal Murphy, Billy Carroll, Carthach Hickey. Subs : Darragh Sheehy for Patrick Fennessy(15), Shane Cunningham for Billy Carroll(41).
Dungarvan : David Flynn, Mark McGarry, Robbie Wall, Gabriel McGovern, Mikey Burke, Lorcan McGovern, Oisin Morrissey, Tristan Loftus, Alex Shanahan, Johnny Burke, Brian Curran, Kyle Healy, Eoin O Callaghan. Subs : Kevin Crotty for Tristan Loftus(inj. h/t), James O Callaghan for Alex Shanahan.
Referee : Tadhg Tobin (Brickey Rangers).

UNDER 11 ASTRO WINTER HURLING LEAGUE FINALS

The club’s Astro under 11 Hurling League Tournament will come to an exciting conclusion on Sunday November 20th when the finals in four different divisions will take place.

The brainchild of under age mentor Shane Duggan with Pat Kiely refereeing all of the games each week, sixteen teams entered from across West Waterford and all involved were in agreement that enjoyment was the key experience with no wide balls, no line balls, just goals and constant action all through.

On Sunday week, in the Division 1 final An Ghaeltacht take on Abbeyside with semi finals to be played first in Division 2. Abbeyside’s second team plays Kilrossanty and the hosts, Dungarvan play fellow parishioners, Brickeys with the winners of both games contesting the final.

In Division 3 Abbeyside’s third team will await the winners of the semi final between Ardmore and Dungarvan’s second team while there will also be a Division 4 final organised on the day.

CLUB AGM 2022

Dear Members,

Hereby please accept this email as Notification of our AGM for 2022.
It will be held in the clubhouse on Friday 2nd December at 8pm.

Agenda

1. Secretary’s report including juvenile club report
2. Chairman’s address

3. Financial report

4. motions

5. Election of Officers and committee
6. Team Management ratification
7. Any other business

If you have any proposals for the coming year please get them to us by Friday 25th November.

INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL

RADLEY ENGINEERING WESTERN INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINAL

MODELIGO QUALIFY FOR FIFTH CONSECUTIVE WESTERN FINAL

MODELIGO 1-6 DUNGARVAN 0-8

Modeligo qualified for the Western IFC final against Ballinameela with a thrilling 0-1 victory over reigning champions Dungarvan at the Fraher Field last Friday evening.

The deciding score came in the 61st minute from a John Devine pointed free after the teams were level since the 43rd minute at 1-5 to 0-8. Dungarvan had the better of the first half at the end of which they led by 0-6 to 0-4 while Modeligo were very much to the forefront in the final quarter and indeed had the opportunities to win by a bigger margin.

Compared to some recent games between these sides, who are very familiar to each other, this was a very sporting encounter throughout which helped the standard of play with both sets of players giving their all throughout the hour.

Dungarvan started well with a second minute Joe Allen goal opportunity in the town end before Cathal Curran opened the scoring from play two minutes later. Modeligo’s first score was a James Walsh fisted point in the 10th minute and a similar score by Niall Browne one minute later gave the winners the lead.

Dungarvan then took a firm grip on the scoring with points from play by Colm Curran and Joe Allen, both in the 12th minute and a second Cathal Curran point five minutes later, 0-4 to 0-2.

Bernard Wright was wide with a free attempt before Modeligo had a good goal scoring opportunity initiated by Sean O Donovan. Dungarvan punished their opponents’ miss by working the ball up the field straight away for Joe Allen to kick his second point on 21 minutes. Michael Kiely kicked a pointed free and with 24 minutes played, Dungarvan looked comfortable on a scoreboard reading 0-6 to 0-2 in their favour.

Credit Modeligo, they importantly finished the half strongly resulting in pointed frees by James Walsh and Shane Troy to keep themselves very much in the hunt at the break just 0-2 in arrears. Dungarvan kicked five first half wides to Modeligo’s three.

SECOND HALF

The key score in the second half and, indeed, in the game was Modeligo’s 35th minute goal when David Hickey finished a breaking ball to the town end goal. Two minutes prior to this Eoin O Callaghan had placed Cathal Curran for his third score after Dungarvan had missed some scoring opportunities, but Hickey’s goal changed the direction of the game. It gave Modeligo the ideal spur and from this stage on, they dominated in general play.

A 41st minute Kieran McCarthy point gave Modeligo the lead for the first time since the 11th minute but two minutes later, Michael Kiely restored equilibrium from a free, 1-5 to 0-8.Both teams gave their all in the last quarter though no scores materialised up to the end of normal time.

Modeligo had the greater opportunities but James Walsh was wide from a 56th minute free following a free on David Hickey while in a superb Modeligo team move two minutes later, Hickey’s shot at goal agonisingly hit the butt of the town end goalpost.

Dungarvan didn’t have any scoring chances in this period and it looked as if the game was heading to extra time as the game ebbed. Modeligo were awarded a 61st minute free from a distance and with it the opportunity to take the lead and gain the honours which John Devine grasped to score the winner of a very enjoyable hour’s football.

Dungarvan had an opportunity to send the game to extra time but Jamie Nagle’s 63rd minute effort went narrowly wide and the final whistle sounded on the kick out. Modeligo will return to the same venue for the final game in what has been a very competitive and enjoyable championship when they play Ballinameela. Both teams are guaranteed Premier Intermediate championship placings in 2023.

Modeligo’s Top Three : John Devine, Sean O Donovan, Jamie Power.

Dungarvan’s Top Three : Cathal Curran, John Curran, Colm Curran.

Observer’s Man of the Match : John Devine.

Number of Scorers : Modeligo : 6. Dungarvan : 4.

Scores From Play : Modeligo : 1-3. Dungarvan : 0-6.

Frees For : Modeligo : 20. Dungarvan : 18.

Wides : Modeligo : 7. Dungarvan : 8.

Score of the Match : John Devine’s 63rd minute pointed free for Modeligo.

Scorers :

Modeligo : David Hickey 1-0, James Walsh 0-2(1f), Niall Browne, Shane Troy(f), Kieran McCarthy and John Devine(f) 0-1 each.

Dungarvan : Cathal Curran 0-3, Joe Allen 0-2, Michael Kiely 0-2f, Colm Curran 0-1.

Teams :

Modeligo : Thomas Walsh; Kieran McCarthy, Pa O Donovan, Mickey Joe Curran; John McGrath, Rian Reddy, Niall Browne; Sean O Donovan, David Hickey; John Devine, Jamie Power, Shane Trot; James Walsh, Bernard Wright, Darragh Reddy. Subs : Nicky O Donovan for Darragh Reddy(41), Pa Walsh for Shane Troy(50).

Dungarvan : Mark Boland; Sean Hyslop, Kealan Daly, Conor Sheridan; Michael Kiely, Jack Fitzgerald, John Curran; Jack Lacey, Colm Curran; Jamie Nagle, Joe Allen, Joe Duggan; Eoin O Callaghan, Cathal Curran, Darren Duggan.

Referee : Tadhg Tobin (Brickey Rangers).

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