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Date: April 1, 2024



                                             CLONEA WIN LEAMYBRIEN THRILLER

                                                  CLONEA 2-22 DUNGARVAN 5-11

The Group game the previous Wednesday having ended in a draw at 0-15 apiece, it was no surprise that this semi final clash between Clonea and Dungarvan  also went down to the treads of the wire in Leamybrien last Wednesday.

Clonea deserved their win, they dominated the first half and when Dungarvan came back at them in the second, the winners showed the resilience and win a thriller by 0-2 at the death.

Gearoid Power was the best hurler a field in the first half, insie the two uprights in the play ground end of the field was a magnet to him and he accounted for 0-10(4f) of his team’s 0-14 tally. Dungarvan started too lackadaisical and if they played as well before the break as they did afterwards, it might have been a different story.

Others to score for Clonea in their impressive first half showing were Tom Lynch, Jack Crotty, with a goal also on, Billy Power and Tom Skehan.

Dungarvan trailed by 0-7 to 0-3 when a Leon Lannon goal brought Dungarvan into the game.  Clonea continued their dominance in general play, rewarded by claiming the nest fice scores to lead comfortably once more by 0-12 to 1-3.

Clonea ‘s Gearoid Power continued to dissect the posts for Clonea but Dungarvan finished the half the stronger with points from play by Eddie Burke and Leon Lannon with the former’s goal just before the break leaving just 0-4 the difference at 0-14 to 2-5.


JUST a minute into the second half and the teams were level when Eddie Burke placed Leon Lannon for his second goal. Lannon then pointed and Dungarvan were in the lead for the first time after 33 minute on a score of 3-6 to 0-14.

Centre back Patrick Mackey settled Clonea with a long distance pointed free but Luke Power opened a 0-3 advantage for the Blues when he finished a Billy Hickey pass to the net for their fourth goal.

It looked as if Clonea would need a goal of their own despite all of their points, and it came when Billy Power scored in the dressing room end to level the game for the third time in the second half. Tom Skehan and Gearoid Power(f), his only score in this period, gave Clonea a 0-2 advantage but two Leon Lannon pointed scores for Dungarvan had the teams level once more, 1-17 to 4-8.

Crucially, Clonea accounted for the next three scores via Niall Fahey and Patrick Mackey(2f) and then even more crucially, their second goal, one of the soft variety by full forward Jack Crotty to give them a clear 0-6 lead in the 56th minute on a scoreline reading 2-20 to 4-8.

Dungarvan hadn’t scored from play since Luke Power’s goal in the 35th minute but that changed when Edie Burke sent a missile into the Clonea goal and the deficit was back to 0-3.  Tom Lynch made it a two score lead before three in a row scores for Dungarvan by Leon Lannon 0-2(1f) and Eddie Burke brought Clonea’s lead back to a point with e game heading into added time.

Dungarvan tried hard for a winning goal when a point may have brought the play to extra time and in the final play, Niall Fahey scored his second point for Clonea, deserving winners overall and qualifying to play Ferrybank in the County final.

Best for the winners included Gearoid Power, Patrick Mackey, Tom Lynch, Niall Mackey, Billy Power and Tom Skehan.

Leon Lannon and Eddie Burke scored 4-10 between them and they were well supported on the night by such as Brandon Dillon at full back, James Maye, Ryan McGovern, John Meehan and Luke Power.

Scorers :

Clonea : Gearoid Power 0-11(5f), Billy Power and Jack Crotty 1-1 each, Patrick Mackey 0-3f, Tom Lynch, Niall Fahey and Tom Skehan 0-2 each.

Dungarvan : Leon Lannon 2-7(4f), Eddie Burke 2-3(3f), Luke Power 1-0, Ryan McGovern 0-1.

Teams :

Clonea : Thomas Og Dee; Nigel Comerford, Richard Skehan, Fionn Walsh;  Conor Power, Patrick Mackey, Daniel O Callaghan; Dylan Broxon, Niall Fahey; Tom Skehan, Gearoid Power, Billy Power; Tom Lynch, Jack Crotty, Sean Brazil. Subs : Conor Drohan, Darragh Fitzpatrick, Conor Hearne, Sean Kennedy, Billy Lynch, Jack Mackey, Ciaran Power, Bill Cogley, Cillian Cogley.

Dungarvan : Tony O Donnell; John Meehan, Brandon Dillon, Jacob Dalton; Pierce Quann, Donnacha Hayes Hamilton, Corey Lyons; James Maye, Billy Hickey; Zach Power, Eddie Burke, Ryan McGovern; Luke Power, Callum Bulfin, Leon Lannon. Subs : Charlie Crotty, Oisin Byrne, Seanie Cummins, Calum Daly, Ronan Gleeson, Daniel Healy.

Referee :Edmund Fitzgerald (Passage).



                                 AN  RINN REMAIN IN JUNIOR B GRADE

                                          AN RINN  3-17 DUNGARVAN 0-12

Dungarvan’s second team will play in the C championship in 2024 after this convincing win by An Rinn over them in the B relegation final in Clashmore last Friday evening. The winners led by 2-6 to 0-8 at half time and their greater depth saw them run out comfortable winners.

Teams :

An Rinn : Max Van Haeften; Deaglan O Hartaigh, Donie O Murchadha, Darragh Mac Craith; Dylan Toibin, Shane O Ceallaigh, Cian O Riagain; Corey De Roiste, Tadhg Breathnach; Seadhna Mac Giolla Chuda, Pairic Lonain, Ruadhan O Floinn; Liam O Lonain, Cian O Conchuir, Eoin O Murchadha. Fir Ionaid : Nioclas Breathnach, Sean O Callanain, Tadhg O Cuirin, Darragh O hIarrlaithe, Josh O Lenichain, Tomas Mac a tSaoir, Sean O Laoire, Tomas O Cadhla, Domhnall O Faolain, Aonghus O Raghnaigh, Conall O Ceallaigh, Jack O Lonain, Nollaig O Murchadha.

Dungarvan : David Flynn; Kevin Collins, Gder Cusack, James O Callaghan; Daniel Kiely, Mark McGarry, Sean Hyslop; Oisin Morrissey, Patrick Houlihan; Kyle Healy, Sean Crotty, Eamonn Ryan; Kevin Crotty, Alex Shanahan, Ivan Fitzgerald. Sub : Eamonn Morrissey.

Referee : Timmy Organ(Abbeyside/Ballinacourty).




                   BALLYGUNNER 0-23 DUNGARVAN 1-11

Fielding at full strength for the first time in this championship season defending nine in a row
champions Ballygunner showed that they are now up for serious business with the championship
now in the knockout stages as they faced Dungarvan in Carrickneg on Saturday last. With Ian Kenny
and Barry Coughlan back in defence and Kevin Mahony moving back into the attack there would be
no more experimenting as a battling, but outplayed, Dungarvan side were clinically brushed aside.

Playing into the breeze in the first half Dungarvan needed a good start to put any kind of pressure
on the champions. The sides were level for the only time in the game after two minutes with
Michael Kiely sending over a great point in reply to Kevin Mahoney’s opening score. With Patrick
Fitzgerald, somewhat surprisingly, taking over the free taking duties from Pauric Mahony he opened
his account with two points followed by one from Conor Sheahan and two more from Kevin Mahony
before Patrick Curran opened his account in the 8 th minute.
Dungarvan appeared to be coming more into the game with Tristan Loftus sending over a point in
the 12 th minute to leave three between the teams but were clearly unhappy with some of the
decisions going against them as Ballygunner moved into a 0-8 to 0-3 lead at the end of the first
With the rain teeming down in a cloud burst the scoring rate dropped before halftime with
Dungarvan matching the Gunners score for score in the second quarter with Patrick Curran sending
over two frees and Johnny Burke one from play in reply to two points from Fitzgerald (1F) and one
from the busy Peter Hogan who, throughout the game was the director of operations for
 Overall, Dungarvan were not in as bad a position as might have been expected at one
stage as they trailed on a score of 0-11 to 0-6 going into the second half with the breeze to come at their
Patrick Curran continued to provide the main threat in the Dungarvan attack as he pointed a free on
the resumption and after Hutchinson and Sheahan had scored in reply Curran again pointed from
play. Hopes of a Dungarvan revival were soon dashed as Ballygunner moved up a gear to score six
points without reply between the 43 rd and 50 th minutes with Pauric Mahony restored to free taking
duties following the substitution of Patrick Fitzgerald with an apparent shoulder injury.
Johnny Burke interrupted the Gunners’ scoring run with a fine point in the 51 st minute before Dessie
Hutchinson and Peter Hogan shot their side into a twelve point lead with just over five minutes of
normal time remaining. To Dungarvan’s credit they refused to throw in the towel as the busy Joe
Duggan exchange a point with Pauric Mahony before Patrick Curran was narrowly wide of goal from
close range at the end of normal time but quickly made amends when whipping to the net from a
similar situation before sending over his side’s last point though Ballygunner still had the last word
with Kevin Mahony sending over his fourth point in the dying seconds.In the final analysis Ballygunner did all they needed to do here in preparation for next weekend’s
semi-final. Peter Hogan was their outstanding player here covering every blade of grass on the pitch.
Ballygunner’s only concern may be the injury sustained by Patrick Fitzgerald.
Dungarvan fought on to the bitter end though it was surprising to see Darragh Lyons used as a
sweeper throughout the second half when just five points down and chasing the game with the
breeze at their backs on the resumption. Once again it was left to Patrick Curran to put in a strong
performance for his team with best support coming from Joe Duggan and Johnny Burke.
Scorers:- Ballygunner – Patrick Fitzgerald 0-5 (4Fs), Pauric Mahony 0-4 (2Fs), Kevin Mahony 0-4,
Conor Sheahan, Dessie Hutchinson and Peter Hogan 0-3 each, Jake Foley 0-1.
Dungarvan – Patrick Curran 1-6 (0-3Fs), Johnny Burke 0-2, Michael Kiely, Tristin Loftus and Joe
Duggan 0-1 each.
Ballygunner – Stephen O’Keeffe, Ian Kenny, Barry Coughlan, Tadhg Foley, Shane O’Sullivan, Philip
Mahony, Harry Ruddle, Conor Sheahan, Paddy Leavey, Dessie Hutchinson, Pauric Mahony, Peter
Hogan, Kevin Mahony, Patrick Fitzgerald, Mikey Mahony, Subs – Ronan Power for Kenny (15), Jake
Foley for Fitzgerald (46), Billy O’keeffe for M. Mahony(53).
Dungarvan – Gavin Power, Robbie Wall, John Curran, Kealan Daly, Jack Lacey, Darragh Lyons, Mikey
Burke, Joe Duggan, Cathal Curran, Eoin O’Callaghan, Patrick Curran, Colm Curran, Johnny Burke,
Tristan Loftus, Michael Kiely.

Referee- Michael O’Brien (Portlaw)





FOR the past number of years in senior hurling, Dungarvan couldn’t buy a win against Passage but there was no doubting their superiority in the Fraher Field last Sunday afternoon when their deserving 0-5 win catapulted them into the last eight of the senior hurling championship.

The winners, who last beat Passage i the championship in 2016, led all the way bar a short spell at the end of the first half and at the start of the second, their only stutter being that they didn’t put a poor second half Passage team away, shooting eight wides and not showing the killer instinct with a goal or two.

The Blues started without John Curran, nursing an injury, but he came on to play well in defence in the 51st minute while Michael Kiely started, still carrying a rib injury, but he scored three fine points during the second half which kept his team on the front foot.

Passage are not the team of a few years ago, they played second fiddle throughout and they couldn’t complete a comeback when they tailed by 0-20 to 0-17 in the 53rd minute.

A key to Dungarvan’s win was the man marking job by Jack Lacey on Mark Fitzgerald, confining him to 0-1 from play in the first minute. Also, Colm Curran’s contribution of 0-5 from play was central to the local team’s victory, including scores that came at vital stages during the final quarter.

Patrick Curran was the winner’s top scorer with 0-11(9f) and he opened his and his side’s account in the first minute with Mark Fitzgerald replying for Passage. The teams were level on three occasions in the first seven minutes, Cillian Lynch and Ciaran O Neill accurate for Passage and Cathal and Patrick Curran(f) doing the business for the winners.

Against the wind, Dungarvan jumped into a double score lead by the 12th minute courtesy of two more Patrrick Curran pointed frees and Colm Curran’s first of his five visits to the scoreboard from a pass by Joe Duggan. These scores were the launchpad for Dungarvan’s win as they totally dominated the second half play and could have won by more.

Owen Connors struck the first of his eight pointed frees followed by Patrick Curran’s first score from play and a right good one it was too. Passage had a decent goal chance at the end of the first quarter but Cillian Lynch’e flick on the ball was off target in the town end.

Passage’s best period was the second quarter when the outscored their opponents by 0-7 to 0-4. Eoghan Reilly, Liam Flynn, Gary Cullinane, Pa Walsh (2) and Owen Connors all scored from play with Joe Duggan the only Dungarvan player to do likewise.

However, three pointed frees by Patrick Curran ensured that the teams went in level at 0-11 each and having played against the wind, Dungarvan had secured a strong footing for the second half. Passage had five first half wides to Dungarvan’s two.


Dungarvan won the second half by 0-12 to 0-7 and it should have been by more but for eight wides. They also didn’t possess the killer instinct and this kept Passage in the game which would have been and was fatal against strong Passage sides in the past.

However, the Blues controlled the play and by the end of the third quarter, they held a 0-18 to 0-13 advantage with two pointed frees  by Owen Connors accounting for Passages’ scores.

In contrast Dungarvan scored 0-5 from play via Michael Kiely(3), Tristan Loftus and the first of Colm Curran’s four second half points while Patrick Curran was consistent with his free taking.

Dungarvan’s tactic of long balls by goalie Gavin Power into their two towering forwards Colm Curran and Johnny Burke was keeping the Passage defence on their toes but they replied with points by Liam Flynn and Owen Connors by the 53rd minute to reduce their deficit to 0-3 while Connors was also crucially wide with two frees in the last twenty minutes of the action.

Colm Curran was Dungarvan’s leader in the final ten minutes scoring 0-3 from play, brothers Cathal and Patrick also scored from play in the final quarter while in added time Gavin Power saved well from Eoghan Reilly. Both Teams had fruitless goal scoring opportunities before the final whistle but overall in the final minutes Dungarvan comfortably held off their opponents and their ‘reward’ is a quarter final game v Ballygunner this weekend.

For the winners, whose defence was outstanding throughout, Jack Lacey, Robbie Wall, Conor Sheridan, Mikey Burke, Kealan Daly, Cathal Curran and Darragh Lyons impressed. Joe Duggan and Tristan Loftus held their own at midfield and Colm Curran, Patrick Curran and Michael Kiely were the pick of the forwards.

Owen Connors kept Passage in the game with his eight pointed frees and while six other players scored from play only such as Cillian Lynch, Ciaran O Neill, Pa Walsh, Eddy Lynch and Eoghan Reilly produced good displays.

Scorers :

Dungarvan : Patrick Curran 0-11(9f), Colm Curran 0-5, Michael Kiely 0-3, Cathal Curran 0-2, Joe Duggan and Tristan Loftus 0-1 each.

Passage : Owen Connors 0-9(8f), Liam Flynn and Pa Walsh 0-2 each, Mark Fitzgerald, Cillian Lynch, Ciaran O Neill, Eoghan Reilly and Gary Cullinane 0-1 each.

Teams ;

Dungarvan : Gavin Power; Kealan Daly, Conor Sheridan, Robbie Wall; Cathal Curran, Jack Lacey, Mikey Burke; Tristan Loftus, Joe Duggan; Eoin O Callaghan, Colm Curran, Michael Kiely; Patrick Curran, Johnny Burke, Darragh Lyons. Subs : John Curran for Tristan Loftus(51), Jack Fitzgerald for Johnny Burke(57).

Passage : Eddy Lynch; Kevin Cullinane, Jason Roche, Ciaran O Neill; Darragh Lynch, Gary Cullinane, Callum O Neill; Milo Cox, Eoghan Reilly; Owen Connors, Pa Walsh, Mark Fitzgerald; Eoin Walsh, Liam Flynn, Cillian Lynch. Subs : Mike Hutchinson for Eoin Walsh (42), Thomas Connors for Cillian Lynch(56).

Referee : Nicky O Toole(Mt. Sion).





Following the final round of games in the Division 2 Minor Hurling Championship, Ferrybank and Clonea have qualified for the Semi-finals with 3 teams tied on 8 points for the remaining two places. The Regulation rule for the championship decided which two of the three teams qualifyied for the semi finals.


This was decided by the head to head games between the three teams as indicated below and Abbeyside’s achilles heel was their poor start to the championship losing their first three games including losses to both Tramore and Dungarvan. They made a great comeback to win their final four games as the final Group table indicates.

Abbeyside won their last Group game against Cois Bhride by 1-17 to 2-9,Tramore lost to St. Mary’s by 2-14 to 2-11 and Dungarvan came back from 0-14 to 0-12 down to draw with Clonea at 0-15 each


As per Competition Regulation the tie was decided under Rule 6.21 (c) by the following means and by the order specified in the Rule:

(i) The higher number of League Points obtained in the ‘Head-to-Head’ games defined as the games in which the teams involved in the tie have played each other


The results of the Head-to-Head games were as follows:

Tramore 3-11    Abbeyside 0-18 (Rd 1 – 05.07.23)

Dungarvan 4-11  Abbeyside 1-13 (Rd 3 – 09.07.23)

Dungarvan 4-15 Tramore 1-09  (Rd 6 – 09.08.23)


The League Points obtained in the Head-to-Head games are as follows:


Points from
Head to Head Games
3 Dungarvan 4
4 Tramore 2
5 Abbeyside 0



The battle for qualification went down to the treads of the wire, so, and this very well run particular championship held the attention of all eight clubs and their supporters for the past two months and it is not over yet.

Semi Final pairings 23/08/2023


Division 2
Ferrybank v Tramore tbc Wed 23.08.23 6.30pm
Clonea v Dungarvan Lemybrien Wed 23.08.23 6.30pm









Played in Carrigbeg last Sunday afternoon, an under strength Dungarvan fifteen still proved too strong for a Dunhill combination  who will find it a major task to stay in the top grade come the end of the championship.

First half goals by Darragh Lyons, Patrick Curran(f) and Eoin O Callaghan secured an early win for the Blues who led at the short whistle by  3-11 to 0-6. Lyons started at corner forward but before he went back to play a sweeper role to telling effect, he had the ball in the Dunhill goal after just one minute.

Eamonn Murphy opened Dunhill’s account from a free and but for his accuracy from placed balls, his team would have slumped to an even heavier defeat. Dungarvan claimed the next five scores via, Joe Duggan, Patrick Curran(‘65’), Tristan Loftus and Patrick Curran,again, 0-2(1f), the trend for the game set on a scoreline of 1-5 to 0-1.

Points at the start of the second quarter by Colm Curran(2) and Johnny Burke stretched Dungarvan’s lead further and when a Patrick Curran long distant free went all the way to the Dunhill net, the contest was more or less over o a scoreboard reading 2-8 to 0-4.

Matters got worse for Dunhill a few minutes before half time when Johnny Burke and Cathal Curran combined to send Eoin O Callaghan in for goal number three for the Blues  with Dunhill’s only response being a brace of fine scores from play by midfielder Dylan Power.

Dungarvan struck one first half wide to Dunhill’s two.


Without ever repeating their first half scoring, Dungarvan won this moiety by 0-12 to 0-6. Dunhill scored just 0-1 from play via Adam Green, relying again on Eamonn Murphy for scores, he finished the hour with 0-10(8f, 1’65’). Twice at the start of the half, Murphy went for goal from close in frees but the Dungarvan defence stood firm.

Sixteen minutes into the second half, Dungarvan held the same lead as they did at half time which showed their own lack of the killer instinct. Two of their best players, Joe Duggan and Tristan Loftus(2) dissected the posts and with Eoin O Callaghan and then Patrick Curran from play and from frees pointing, the final quarter was played out tamely.

Patrick Curran showed a return to form here with 1-12 to his credit while Tristan Loftues and Joe Duggan also stood up to the mark with a sharing of 0-5 from play. Cathal Curran did a good man marking job on Eamonn Murphy confining him to 0-1 from play and others to shine for the winners included Man of the Match Darragh Lyons, Mikey Burke, Conor Sheridan, Colm Curran and Johnny Burke.

Eamonn Murphy ploughed a lone furrow for Dunhill with most assistance coming from Mike Hally, Conor Quinn, Dylan Power and Adam Green.

Scorers :

Dungarvan : Patrick Curran 1-12(1-7f, 1’65’), Eoin O Callaghan 1-1,Darragh Lyons 1-0, Tristan Loftus 0-3, Joe Duggan and Col Curran 0-2 each, Johnny Burke and Cathal Curran 0-1 each.

Dunhill : Eamonn Murphy  0-9(7f, 1’65’), Dylan Power 0-2, Adam Green 0-1.

Teams :

Dungarvan : Gavin Power; Kealan Daly,Jack Lacey, Robbie Wall; Mikey Burke, Cathal Curran, Conor Sheridan; Joe Duggan, Tristan Loftus; Jack Fitzgerald, Colm Curran, Eoin O Callaghan; Darragh Lyons, Patrick Curran, Johnny Burke. Subs : Brian Curran for Eoin O Callaghan and Mark McGarry for Cathal Curran(inj.) both 58.

Dunhill : Donal Carey; Conor Quinn, Killian O Connell, Eoghan Queally; Cian Hally, Walter Hally, Darragh Murray; Jamie Sage, Dylan Power; Adam Green, Eamonn Murphy, Cillian Bonner; Sean Kavanagh, Daryl Swift, Mike Hally. Subs : Kevin Hally for Sean Kavanagh(5), Dylan Colfer for Killian O Connell(58).

Referee : Seaghan Walsh(DLS).



2876 : Dungarvan’s Mikey Burke hold possession despite the close attention of Dunhill’s Eoghan Queally.







Dungarvan minors kept qualification for the semi finals in their own hands with a strong second half performance to defeat Tramore at the Blues venue last Wednesday evening. The home side led throughout but it was when influential Tramore sweeper in defence, Vincent McGrath went off injured that  the home side came to grips with the strong challenge from the seasiders.

At the end of the first quarter, Dungarvan led by 2-4 to 1-3 with their goals being scored by Ryan McGovern and Eddie Burke with Gavin Lyons replying similarly for Tramore. There was little between the teams in general play but a third Dungarvan goal, off the sod, by Charlie Crotty earned the winners a 3-6 to 1-6 half time lead.

The key score in the second half was a second Edie Burke goal, 4-9 to 1-8 after which further points by such as Donncha Hamilton, Leon Lannon, Ryan McGovern, Calum Daly and Calum Bulfin extended Dungarvan’s winning margin to 0-15.

The battle for the four teams to qualify will go down the last round this Wednesday evening  as the current Group table indicates.

JJ Kavanagh &Sons Co. Minor Hurling Championship – Division 2

Ferrybank 6 4 1 1 154 115 39 9
Micheal MacCraith Tramore 6 4 0 2 127 116 11 8
Clonea GAA Club 6 4 0 2 131 98 33 8
Dn Garbhan 6 3 1 2 134 114 20 7
Abbeyside 6 3 0 3 116 95 21 6
Brickey Rangers 6 2 1 3 107 138 -31 5
St Mary’s Juvenile 6 2 0 4 76 141 -65 4
Cois Bhride 6 0 1 5 89 117 -28 1



JJ Kavanagh & Sons Co. Minor Hurling Championship – Division 2, Venue: Tallow, (Round 7), Cois Bhride V Abbeyside 19:30, Ref: TBC

JJ Kavanagh & Sons Co. Minor Hurling Championship – Division 2, Venue: Micheal MacCraith GAA Tramore, (Round 7), Micheal MacCraith Tramore V St Mary’s Juvenile 19:30, Ref: TBC

JJ Kavanagh & Sons Co. Minor Hurling Championship – Division 2, Venue: Port Mor, (Round 7), Ferrybank V Brickey Rangers 19:30, Ref: TBC

JJ Kavanagh & Sons Co. Minor Hurling Championship – Division 2, Venue: Dungarvan GAA Club, (Round 7), Dungarvan GAA Club V  Clonea.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Clonea 19:30, Ref: TBC.

Scorers :

Dungarvan : Eddie Burke 2-5(3f), Ryan McGovern 1-2, Charlie Crotty 1-0, Liam Lannon 0-4(0-4(2f), Billy , Donncha Hamilton, Calum Daly and Calun Bulfin 0-1 each.

Tramore : Sean Schley  0-4, Kristian McLoughlin 0-3f, Gaivn Lyons.1-0, Alex Gillane and Paul O Gorman 0-1 each.

Teams :

Dungarvan : Tony O Donnell;John Meehan, Brandon Dillon, Jacob Dalton; Pierce Quann, Donnacha Hamilton, Corey Lyons; James Maye, Billy Hickey; Zach Power, Eddie Burke, Ryan McGovern; Charlie Crotty, Calum Bulfin, Leon Lannon. Subs : Calum Daly, Oisin Byrne, Seanie Cummins, Ronan Gleeson.

Tramore : Conor Parsons; Harry Ryan, Jack Caulfield, Tommy Griffin; Joshua Zeljkovic, Vincent McGrath, Micheal Cuddihy; Kristian McLoughlin; Ezra Irabizi; Paul O Gorman, Alex Gillane, Nathan Power; Paul Bagnell, Sean Schley, Michael Cuddihy.

Referee : Nicky Barry (Passage).





Monday August 7th : under 13 hurling at home to Fourmilewater at 7pm.

Wednesday August 9th : Minor Hurling at home to Tramore at 7.15pm.

Friday August 11th : Under 11 football at home to Brickeys at 6pm.


Kilgobinet 0-20  Dungarvan 1-14

Our junior hurlers put up a good show against Kilgobinet in Abbeyside last Saturday and but for giving away too many frees we might have won the game. Kevin Daly scored 1-3 from full forward and Kyle Healy struck 0-9(6f).

Scorers :  : Kyle Healy 0-9(6f),  Kevin Daly 1-3, Sean Crotty and Gary Donnolly 0-1 each.

Team :  David Flynn; Darryl Harty, Ger Cusack, Sean Hyslop; Kevin Collins, Garry Donnolly, Lorcan McGovern; Oisin Morrissey, Conor Sheridan; Gabriel McGovern, Sean Crotty, Kyle Healy; Alex Shanahan, Kevin Daly, Kevin Crotty. Subs : Fionn Nagle, Daniel Kiely, Eamonn Morrissey.

Round 3 : Dungarvan v Ballyduff in Lismore Saturday August 12th at 2.30pm.




St. Mary’s 2-14 Dungarvan 1-12

Our minors slipped up last Wednesday evening with a poor display against the Kill, Kilmac, Ballyduff combination, St. Marys. Our qualification hopes hang in the balance now with two tough games remaining against Tramore and Clonea.

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Ferrybank 5 4 1 0 131 84 47 9
Tramore 5 4 0 1 115 89 26 8
Clonea 5 3 0 2 100 75 25 6
Dn Garbhan 5 2 1 2 107 102 5 5
Abbeyside 5 2 0 3 99 84 15 4
Brickey Rangers 5 2 0 3 88 119 -31 4
St Mary’s Juvenile 5 2 0 3 65 124 -59 4
Cois Bhride 5 0 0 5 70 98 -28 0


ROUND 6 : At home to Tramore Wednesday August 9th at 7.30pm.

ROUND 7 : At home to Clonea Wednesday August 16th at 7.30pm.



Our seniors have a very important championship game this Sunday in Carrigbeg when we play Dunhill in Round 2. The result of this game will decide our seeding for the preliminary quarter finals the following weekend.



Our Well Kids Nursery group will be held again this Saturday August 12th for all boys and girls . Fun and games are on the menu. Regular attendees to our Nursery group welcome and all newcomers welcome . Huge numbers are turning up every week and long may this continue

.Come along to our astro turf facility at11 am Saturday mornings in the Astro for a fun filled few weeks and a great introduction to your local GAA club in the heart of the town.




Training Times for 2023 New members are always welcome.

U6 Saturday 11-12

U7/u8/u9 Tuesday 6-7

U10 Sunday 12-1

U11 Wednesday 5-6 and Thursday 3 30-430 ( alternating )

U12/u13 Monday and Fridays 6-7

U14 Saturday 6-7

U15 Monday and Thursday 7-8.






Our astro turf facility is available now for parties over the Summer months. The club contact number is 0877977272.





This week’s Lotto jackpot was a mouth watering £15,600. Lotto Results 07/08/2023.This week’s lotto numbers are No Winner. Next week’s jackpot is worth £15,700. One winner of Match 3 for £100, Tara Waters.

Thanks to all our lotto players and sellers. Lotto tickets are available in Paddy Foleys, Hallahans Chemist, Queally’s, Walsh’s Spar, Country Store and Johnny Lynch’s Greengrocers and online.



Thanks to everyone who supported the July  Deise Draw. The August draw will take place on this  Thursday the 10th of August.

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JOHN Heneghan was in scoring form last Sunday morning when he accounted for 1-12 of Lismore’s winning tally against Dungarvan in this junior B championship game which was played in Cappoquin.

Lismore were always in control here and they will take a step closer to qualification if they can defeat neighbours Ballyduff in Tallow this Friday evening. Dungarvan play Kilgobinet in Abbeyside on Saturday.

Teams :

 Lismore : Fionn O Gorman; Cian O Gorman, Paul Fennessy, Cathal Fitzgerald; Eric O Sullivan, Daniel O Keeffe, Pearse O Rourke; Shane Heaphy, Paddy Foley; Ben Shanahan, John Heneghan, Paudie Coleman; Basil Trigg, Scott McCormack, Stevie Barry.Subs : Jeff Howard, Ollie Lineen, Joe Motherway, Gary O Connor.

Dungarvan : David Flynn; Lorcan McGovern, Gary Donnolly, Darryl Harty; Sean Hyslop, Kenny Moore, Mark McGarry; Oisin Morrissey, Conor Sheridan; Gabriel McGovern, Johnny Burke, Sean Crotty; Kyle Healy, Ryan Donnolly, Alex Shanahan. Subs : Toby Taylor, Kevin Daly, Kevin Crotty

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Dungarvan’s Darragh Lyons surges past DLS players right to left, Tom Moran,Eddie Meaney and Daniel Lalor.





Played at the Fraher Field last Friday evening, the majority of this well attended encounter was a free taking contest between Reuben O Halloran and Michael Kiely before the winners’ Thomas Douglas and Jack Twomey made the defining difference on the score board for the city side in the final quarter to run out deserving 0-8 winners.

Dungarvan had the first use of the strong breeze and they competed well to go in on level terms at the break at 0-12 to 1-9. Two of their best players on the night, Tristan Loftus and Michael Kiely(f) opened the scoring with Reuben O Halloran(f) and Sean Carton  equalising by the 4th minute.

By the end of the first quarter, DLS led on double scores by 0-8 to 0-4 as O Halloran punished frees conceded by the home side with Gavin Power also being called upon to keep his net intact in the 9th minute. Brian Cunningham and Colm Morris were on target from play for the winners while midfielder Tristan Loftus had his second point from play on thirteen minutes.

DLS were also guilty of giving their opposition opportunities from placed balls and Michael Kiely kept Dungarvan in the game throughout the second quarter. The Blues reduced their deficit to 0-9 to 0-8 by the 22nd minute with Kiely accurate three times out of three while Colm Curran was Dungarvan’s only second player to score from play in this moiety.

The difference in quality and experience between the teams was portrayed in the 23rd minute when, at one end, Dungarvan should have worked the scoreboard while the cleared ball by the DLS defence was snapped up by Jack Twomey and he placed Thomas Douglas for the only goal of the half, 1-9 to 0-8.

Credit, Eoin Cadogan’s charges, they kept their opponents scoreless for the rest of the half and their hard grafting resulted in four Michael Kiely pointed frees , his only miss from a free in the game, coming in the third minute of added time.

Having the use of the breeze, Dungarvan would have required a four or five point advantage ahead of the second half and the views were that DLS would pull clear on the restart and so it transpired.  DLS had four first half wides to Dungarvan’s two while the winners’ won seven frees to nine.


45 seconds into the new half, a quick free by Michael Kiely to Colm Curran gave Dungarvan the lead but inside a minute, DLS had their second goal by Jack Twomey, lead regained and maintained for the rest of the game despite the best efforts of the locals.

In the 33rd minute, Michael Kiely slotted over his tenth pointed free and the first card of the evening was distributed to DLS’s Sean Carton. Throughout the half, gaps were appearing up the centre of the Dungarvan defence and DLS made good use of them with their swift running on the ball ominous.

Dungarvan sub Kealan Daly made a vital interception on one such occasion while pressure on the Blues defence saw two players penalised for over carrying and Reuben O Halloran punished with a brace of pointed frees, 2-11 to 0-14 and 38 minutes on the clock.

Again in the 39th minute, Mikey Burke intercepted a goal scoring opportunity by a DLS forward division in full flow but the pressure was on the Dungarvan defence all the time and a misplaced pass  saw Jack Twomey increase his side’s advantage to 2-12 to 0-14.

Dungarvan never threw in the towel at any stage, though, and when a long delivery by Darragh Lyons in the 43rd minute was picked up by Patrick Curran, now operating at full forward, his patiently worked goal in the country end had Dungarvan just 0-1 in arrears at 2-12 to 1-14.

However, this proved to be just a respite for the locals as DLS replied by scoring the next six points by the 52nd minute, three from play by the now in full flow Thomas Douglas and three from placed balls by Reuben O Halloran, 2-18 to 1-14.

These scores were the ones that sealed DLS’s win. Michael Kiely came back with three pointed frees either side of scores by Douglas and Jack Twomey as the margin between the sides was now expanding.

In the 58th minute, Douglas was on target once more with a contender for score of the match while at the other end, Dungarvan made a number of attempts in the same play to goal but the DLS defence stood firm.   Punishment was exacted three minutes later when Jack Twomey placed Eddie Meaney for a goal and when Reuben O Halloran struck his eleventh and final pointed free in the  second minute of added time, the winners lead now stood at 0-11.

Again, Dungarvan’s match long efforts were rewarded at the death when a close in free by Michael Kiely for goal was stopped by the DLS defence but Patrick Curran was quickest to react to score his second goal just before the final whistle.

DLS should make the last four with their capable scoring forwards but they conceded 2-17 which will not have gone unnoticed by their team management. Dungarvan are limited in numbers required for this level but Eoin Cadogan has installed a hard working and never say die attitude and they remain a side of senior standard with an opportunity to reach the quarter finals.

DLS Top Three : Thomas Douglas, Jack Twomey, Reuben O Halloran.

Dungarvan’s Top Three : Michael Kiely, Darragh Lyons, Tristan Loftus.

Observer’s Man of the Match : Thomas Douglas.

Number of Scorers : DLS : 7. Dungarvan : 5.

Scores From Play : DLS : 3-10. Dungarvan : 2-4.

Frees For : DLS : 13. Dungarvan : 15.

Wides : DLS : 6. Dungarvan : 4.

Score of the Match : Thomas Douglas’ 58th minute point from play for the winners.

Observer’s Championship  Inspection :

Pitch Flagged : Yes.  Pitch Lined : Yes:  Grass Short : Yes. Field Railed : Yes.  Scoreboard : Yes.  Board Linesmen and Umpires : Yes  Team Sheets for Attendance : Not Enough.


Scorers :

DLS : Reuben O Halloran 0-12(1’65), Thomas Douglas 1-5, Jack Twomey1-2, Sean Carton, Brian Cunningham and Colm Morris 0-1 each.

Dungarvan : Michael Kiely 0-13f, Patrick Curran 2-0, Tristan Loftus and Colm Curran 0-2 each.

Teams :

DLS : Shaun O Brien; Conor Keane, Adam Farrell, Daniel Lalor; Tom Moran, Jake Dillon, Edie Barrett; Colm Morris, Reuben O Halloran; Sean Carton, Jack Fagan, Jack Twomey, Eddie Meaney, Thomas Douglas, Brian Cunningham. Subs : Lorcan Dwyer for Eddie Barrett(inj, 30+3),Kevin Moran for Brian Cunningham(45), Cormac McCann for Colm Morris(57), Kieran O Sullivan for Tom Moran(inj,60).

Dungarvan : Gavin Power; Robbie Wall, John Curran, Cathal Curran; Gary Donnolly, Jack Lacey, Mikey Burke; Tristan Loftus, Darragh Lyons; Colm Curran, Patrick Curran, Joe Duggan; Jack Fitzgerald, Michael Kiely, Eoin O Callaghan. Subs : Kealan Daly for Gary Donnolly(20), Kyle Healy for Jack Fitzgerald(59), Conor Sheridan for Robbie Wall(inj, 63).

Referee : Tom Mansfield(Affane/Cappoquin).



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