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Midleton GAA News 7th May 2012

07 May, 2012

Alcohol & Drugs Awareness Night
This Friday night May 11th at 7pm their will be an Alcohol and Drugs Awareness Night in Midleton GAA Club. It is aimed exclusively at our Fe 12, 13 and 14 players and their parents. Their will be one Meeting for the Players and a seperate one for their parents. Both Meetings will take place at the same time in the Club. The evening will be hosted by the GAA and HSE. Colin Regan, GAA National Co ordinator of the Alcohol & Substance Abuse Prevention Program will be in attendance. All players on our Fe 12, 13 and 14 Teams and their parents are encouraged to attend. For more information check out MidletonGAA.com

Avondhu / Imokilly Junior Hurling League sponsored by Cavanaghs of Fermoy Ford Main Dealers
Midleton 3-08 Churchtown 1-12
Midleton enjoyed a two point win over Churchtown on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon in the interdivional League at midleton. Midleton proved the stronger in a low scoring first half. We led by 2-04 to 1-04 at half time. The goals came from Willie O’Brien and Tommy Wallis. Willie added a third goal in the second half as we held out for a two point win. As it is for all Clubs at the moment with college exams in full swing Midleton were short seven players and the selectors were happy to get a win. On the day Willie O’Brien, Ian Fitzpatrick and Tommy Wallis did well in attack and Ian O’Brien, Eoin Ferriter and Alan Cahill were to the fore in defence.
Team: Christy Dunlea, Alan Cahill, Colm Leahy, Liam Clohessy, Ian O’Brien, Eoin Ferriter, Shane Ryan, Tommy Wallis, Davy Hogan, Ian Fitzpatrick, Michael Keohane, Killian Hurley, John Keane, Willie O’Brien, Mark O’Keefe.

League Final
Our commiserations to the Cork Senior Hurlers on their defeat in the Leaque Final on Sunday last. It was a tough day at the office for all involved. I am sure they will benefit from the experience and we all look forward to seeing them show their true talents against Tipperary or Limerick in the Munster semi final at the end of June.

Meet your heroes
Their will be an opportunity to meet the members of the Cork Senior Hurling and Football Squads at an open evening in Pairc Ui Chaoimh this Friday night May 11th between 8 and 9 pm. All are welcome.

Midleton GAA Gym Membership
Our Gym is now open for Membership. Priority will be given to applications from existing Club Members and their immediate families, former players with Midleton GAA and Members of Midleton Ladies Football Club. Further details are available on our Club Website and from any Club Officer.

Fixtures
Saturday 12th May Non Exam Minor Football League
Midleton away to St Finnbarr’s 7.30pm
Sunday 13th May Senior Hurling Lewague
Midleton v Douglas at Riverstown 3.30pm

Club Lotto
Friday 4th May, Jackpot €5,400
Number Drawn 1, 4, 18, 19.
No Winner
Lucky Dip Winners of €40.
Marjorie Murray, Ballycotton.
Holly McCrae, 7 Avoncore Place.
Cairen Keohane, Main St., Midleton.
John Walsh, c/o Michael Walsh.
Amy Quirke, Cotswolds, Midleton.
Next Weeks Jackpot €5,600.

Juvenile Notes

Fe-11
Our Fe 11 squad made the short trip to Midleton CBS grounds to host Inniscarra in their final football game of the Rebel Óg league. It has proved a hard road for our lads in the football so far and there was an amount of trepidation going into this game, however our lads were up for the challenge and after a delayed start to the game both teams put their game heads on and went for it.
From the start it seemed like our lads had learned a good deal since their last game. The passing was more crisp and there was a confidence in their attacking which was missing from their last couple of footballing encounters. It took a while before our forwards got on target but when they did they took control of the game and by half time were ahead comfortably. To their credit they came out in the second half and kept up the concentration and never let the game get away from them. If anything, helped on by a strong midfield and a defence which locked out the opposition efforts they got stronger. This was Midleton’s first strong performance in the league and after the match the boost to the boys was apparent.
Well done lads and let’s look forward to a return trip to Inniscarra and the upcoming Kiltha Óg hurling league matches.
Many thanks to Inniscarra for travelling for the match.

Fe-10
On Saturday the 28th of April we welcomed both Carrigtwohill and Douglas Fe 10 Footballers to Clonmult Memorial park. Carrigtwohill arrived with 16 players and Douglas had 22 so we got some Fe 9's to fall in so we had 38 players. We had four matches going on at one time with Midleton playing both Carrig and Douglas in two games. This turned out to be a great morning with every player getting an hours football, there were some fine displays from all sides with great fielding, tackling and scoring.Thanks to Carrig and Douglas for coming and also all the parents for the support and help with the coffee morning.


Training
Training is back in full swing for Juvenile teams. Check the club website www.midletongaa.com on the juvenile team page for your child’s team training times. We would ask parents to encourage their children to practice during the week even if the weather is bad, parents can practice catching the ball indoors. Please remember to bring your €2 to training sessions. This money is vital to keep the juvenile section of the club funded.
We have re commenced the coffee morning on Saturdays. Parents with children practicing can get a free cup of coffee and admire their kids in action. Many thanks to those parents who are helping with the teas and coffees.

Club Gear
Midleton GAA juvenile club will have a shop with club playing and leisure wear open on the first Saturday of each month. This will commence with the indoor training sessions in the Community Centre and then in the Club Pavilion once outdoor training re-commences.

Kellogs 2012 Cúl Camp
The dates are out for this year’s Cúl Camp. The camp will take place from the 2nd to the 6th of July. Boys from Junior Infants up are welcome to attend. Further details are available on the club website www.midletongaa.com .

Juvenile Golf Classic
The Midleton Juvenile GAA Golf Classic will take place once again this year. Following on from the great success of last year we hope we will receive strong support again in 2012. The dates have been confirmed as Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th of July. The competition will once again take place in East Cork Golf Club.
Once again the main sponsor will be Blackwater Motors Cork, Fermoy and Skibereen.
More details of the Classic will follow in the coming weeks.

 

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