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Midleton GAA news 29th August

29 August, 2011


Fe 21 East Cork Final
Midleton 3-17 Erins Own 1-08
Midleton completed the East Cork Hurling and Football Fe 21 A grade double on Saturday evening last when they overcame Erins Own in convincing style. The game was played in Lisgoold and Midleton played with the wind and the hill in the first half. We were quickly into our stride. We were leading by 0-5 to 0-2 when the first goal arrived courtesy of Luke O’Farrel who won a long delivery on the 21 and created his own opportunity which he finished in style. The points continued to flow and a second goal duly arrived when Pa Whyte finished spectacularly for a delightful goal. Midleton continued to build a score. Our defence was well on top and Erins Own were limited to frees. Given that we would face the wind and the hill in the second half it was important to build a good lead and at half we we leading by 2-11 to 0-04.
The second half was a more even contest but at no stage did it look like our lead was going to come under pressure. Paul Haughney added a third goal and the game came to a tame finish with Midleton finishing on 3-17 to Erins Own 1-08.
After the game East Cork Board Chairman Michael O’Brien presented the Ben Purcell Cup to Midleton captain James Nagle.

Minor Hurling quarter Final
Our Minor Hurlers are in Championship action this coming weekend when the face Castlelyons in the quarter final. These teams met already in the Championship when Midleton came through a good quality game but it was only in the last ten minutes of that game that we got on top. Castlelyons played a lot of good hurling and appeared to be a well drilled side. Midleton had to pull out all the stops on the night to get the win. The Midleton selectors have guided their team to an extra time win over Glen Rovers since then and will be hoping to progress as they attempt to defend their title. They will have to plan without the services of the suspended Ian Kennifick which does not make the task any easier. At the time of writing no exact  fixture details were to hand.

Night at the Dogs
Midleton GAA Club are heading to the Dogs again on Saturday 1st October. Following the success of last years fundraiser we are doing the same again this year. For €20 you can enter our draw. If the finishing order of the dogs in the nominated race matches your ticket you win €1,000. Only one ticket will be sold for each possible combination. Your ticket also gives free admission for two adults and three children to Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium on race night of October 1st. This is an important fundraiser for the Club and your support would be much appreciated. Tickets are available from all Club Officers.

 

Lotto
The Lotto since its introduction to our Club a number of years ago has been one of our main sources of income and is crucial towards the upkeep and development of the club.   
The Lotto draw takes place approximately 50 weeks of the year on each Friday night at the GAA Club.
The Jackpot begins at €1,200 (our current Jackpot is €8,600) and increases weekly by €200, in the event of there being no winner we have 5 Lucky dips @ €40 each.
We believe that many club members would support the Lotto if there was a more convenient way of contributing other than €2 per week.
In addition to the 5 week, 11 week and Yearly tickets, we now have a Direct Debit facility available to those who would prefer to support the club in this manner. 
For as little as €8 a month you will be entered in at least 50 draws, if you would like to support your club please contact any Club officer who will assist you in completing the form.

Lotto Results
Friday August 26th
Numbers Drawn 6, 7, 10, 24.
Jackpot €8,600. No Winner.
Lucky Dip Winners of €40.
Pat & Angela, c/o Dancing.
Rose Wiggins, 23 Forrest Hill, Midleton.
Mgt. Stafford O’Brien, c/o Bingo.
Denis Cashman, c/o Pearse McCarthy.
Karen Mahoney, Cobh.
Next weeks jackpot €8,800.
Thank you for our continued support.
You can now join our weekly Club Lotto via Direct Debit for only €8 per month. For further information contact any Club Officer.

Cork Development squads 
Congrats and well done to everybody involved with the Cork Hurling development squads who had great success at the various tournaments over the weekend.
Cork u16s Conan Finnegan, Padraic Nagle and Michael Abernethy, Cork u15s Gavin Bagnell, Cork u14s Seanaidh Smyth, Cormac Beausang and Micky O Connell selector.

Fe 13
Eastern Championship
In the Eastern Championship we played 2 games away v St Finbarrs and away v Ballygarvan to reach the final. Both games were tight and hard fought affair with the Semi-Final v Ballygarvan being up for grabs by either side until the last 10 mins when our lads put in a great effort to close out the game. The Panel of players used over the course of both games was: Dylan Cahalane (Capt.), Eoin Hartnett, Temitayo Abdullah, Ronan O'Donovan, Ryan O'Reagan, Kevin Daly, Conor Evans, Liam Franklin, Eoin Moloney, Sean O'Leary, Sean O'Meara, PJ Fitzgearld, Christopher Power, Conor O'Neill, Christian Daly, Shane O'Brien, Kelvin Hickey, John O'Dwyer, Tommy O'Connell, Cormac Higgins, and Tom Scanlon.
Currently we awaiting confirmation of when and where the final will be played against either Courcey Rovers or St. Catherines.

Sam Collins Memorial Hurling Tournament
We were invited by the Douglas club to take part in this on Sat Aug 27th and it was a great day with the effort put in to organising this 8 team event very evident as the day ran very smoothly on the field games wise and the off field back up for lunch etc was first class. On the playing side we were in a group with the Home side, Mungret of Limerick and Cloughduv. We lost by a point to Douglas while we won both our other games to see us advance to a semi-final v Kilkenny side Dicksboro where we lost to a strong side who went on to win the tournament. Our Panel on the day was: Padraig O'Brien (capt), Liam Franklin, John O'Dwyer, Conor Evans, Ryan McConville, Adam Daly, Kevin Mulcahy, Sean O'Meara, Sean O'Leary, David Mulcahy, Christopher Shanahan, Eoin Moloney, Christian Daly, Christopher Power, Kevin Daly, Shane O'Brien, Ronan O'Donovan, Dylan Cahalane, PJ Fitzgearld & Conor O'Neill.

Challenge game
On Saturday Aug 20th we headed to Dungarvan to take on the home team in a challenge game which after some great performances we won well in the end. The group that travelled to Dungarvan was: Padraig O'Brien (capt), Shane O'Brien, Conor Evans, Ryan McConville, Adam Daly, Temitayo Abdullah, Kevin Mulcahy, Sean O'Meara, Sean O'Leary, David Mulcahy, Christopher Shanahan, Eoin Moloney, Christian Daly, Christopher Power, Kevin Daly, & Tommy O'Connell.

Fe 10
No matches for our Fe 10’s this week. However training continues on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. The next two Saturdays will be busy firstly with matches against Bishiopstown and Nemo Rangers followed by a trip to Moyle Rovers in Fethard, Tipperary.

Registration Day
Our annual juvenile player registration and sale of club gear will take place on Saturday 24th September at the GAA club, more details to follow later on the website.

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