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Midleton GAA notes 23rd May 2011

23 May, 2011

Senior Hurling League
Midleton 2-11 Newtownshandrum 4-10
On Saturday evening last our Senior hurlers entertained Killeagh in the League. It was a blustery evening for hurling. Midleton appeared to have first use of the wind and started well. Howvever the concession of two goals meant that at half time our visitors led by 2-06 to 1-08. We started the second half strongly with a good goal from Pa Whyte and after ten minutes led by 2-10 to 2-07. However we lost our way somewhat after that. Killeagh goaled from a twenty yard free and followed it up with another goal . We struggled to gain a foothold against the wind. This was not helped when we were reduced to 14 players. In the end Killegah held out for a comfortable win. It was another disappointing loss in the League. Again we were short a number of players and it showed. The Championship is coming up on June 10th so it will be heads down for the next three weeks as the mentors and players finalise their preparations.


Junior A Hurling League
Midleton 0-13 Buttevant 0-12
The Junior A hurlers continued their good start to the Avondhu Imokilly league when the had a point to spare over Buttevant on Sunday last. This win gives us four victories from five games played.

Junior B medal presentation
Our Junior B Hurlers who won their second East Cork title in a row last year were presented with their medals on Friday evening last. The medals were presented  by Nealy Horgan, one of the Club’s greatest servants and supporters. Chairman Niall O’Neill was on hand to congratulate the Mentors and players on their wonderful achievement and wish them well in their pursuit of a third title in a row.
Adult Fixtures
Wednesday 25th Junior 2 hurling league
Midleton Away to carrignavar at 7.30pm
Friday 27th Junior 1 hurling league
Midleton Home to Charleville at 7.30pm

Midleton Fe-13 Hurling V Douglas
Our Fe-13 hurlers made the trip to Douglas on Sat last May 21st to take on the home side in the Central Hurling League. On a day where the harsh elements made commitment and desire more important than pure hurling ability the boys were not found wanting and they played a decent game taking the conditions into account to win on a score line of 4-6 to 3-4. Our panel on the day was Padraig O'Brien (Capt), Eoin Moloney, John O'Dwyer, Christopher Shanahan, Temitayo Abdullah, Kevin Mulcahy, Adam Daly, Ryan McConville, Garan Manley, Sean O'Leary, Christian Daly, David Mulcahy, Ryan O'Reagan, Christopher Power, Liam Franklin, Sean O'Meara, Kevin Daly &  Conor Evans,
Midleton Fe 10 hurling V Cobh
Another good night for Midleton's Fe 10 hurlers. This time a trip to Cobh on Tuesday evening 17th May was the event..
Midleton travelled with 25 players and we split the lads into two teams, one of 12 and the other of 13 players. This meant that everyone got a full game and no subs were needed and each player got 40 minutes hurling.
We knew that Cobh would be strong and that this would be a good test for our lads. Thankfully each player put in the effort and we came away happy that we held our own.
Our best wishes go to Gary Carroll and Christian Murphy who picked up knocks and needed to go off.
Well played lads and see you on Saturday for training.
Many thanks to Cobh for hosting us and we hope to see you in Midleton soon.
Squad
Eabhan De Barra, Eric Buckley, Daniel Cagney, Ryan Cahill, Gary Carrol, Paul Connaughton, Shane Connor, Cian Crowley, Ethan Daly, Darragh Desmond, Rory Donegan, Eric Duggan, James Gillespie, Tadhg Healy, Jack Horgan, Cian Kelly, Christopher Leahy, Aron Mulcahey, Christian Murphy, J P O'Callaghan, Tim O'Sullivan, Dan O'Sullivan, Sam O'Sullivan, Alex Quirke, Samuel Quirke,

FEILE PEIL – preparations are in place as we will be hosting the NEW YORK u14 Feile football team for this years competition which takes place in Cork on Thursday 30th June, Friday 1st July and Saturday 2nd July. We are competing in Division 2 along with Fr ONeills, Erins Own, New York and the Armagh champions, all of these games will take place at Fr O’Neills grounds in Ahavine.

Central Championship Draws
Minor Premier 1 Hurling v Castlelyonswinners v Glen Rovers/Duhallow
Fe 16 Premier 1 Hurling v Blackrock winnersv Glen Rovers
Fe 15 Premier 1  Hurling v St Finbarrswinners v Blarney
Fe 14 Premier 2 Hurling v Carrigtwohillwinners v Passage/Whitecurch
Fe 13 Premier 1 Hurling v Na Piarsaighwinners v Blackrock/Carrigaline
Minor Premier 2 Football v Valley Rovers
Fe 16 Premier 2 Football v Clonakilty/Newcestown
Fe 15 Premier 2 Football v St Nicks winnersv Inniscarra
Fe 14 Premier 2 Football v Glanmire winnersv Erins Own
Fe 13 Premier 2 Football v Eire Og winners v Mayfield/Fermoy/Sam Maguires


VHI Cúl Camp – Saturday mornings in the GAA Club from 10am to 12 we will have the Booking forms available for our Cul Camp for boys which will be held from the 4th to the 8th of July, more details are available on the website or from coordinator Jim O Sullivan.


GOLF CLASSIC Our Juvenile GAA Golf Classic will take place on Thursday the21st and Friday 22nd of July at EAST CORKGOLF CLUB, the competition is a 3 ball scramble with some great prizes for allin addition to Ladies, Seniors and Non GUI team prizes.
Any Sponsorship isvery welcome, teams cost €120.00 each which includes a burger on the 9th, agoody bag, free entry into a draw and a meal afterwards and Sponsorship of TeeBoxes is also available @ €50.00 each.

Lotto
This week’s jackpot was €5,600.
Numbers drawn 2, 10, 13, 28. No winner.
Lucky dip winners of €40.
Marie Cotter, Elsinore.
Nigel Barry, c/o Chadwicks.
Edmund Heaphy, c/o Lynda Quirke.
Sarah O’Brien, 5 Clonmult Terrace.
Mary Shanahan, c/o Pat McCarthy.
Next weeks jackpot €5,800.
Thank you for your continued support.

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