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Midleton GAA Club News

25 November, 2013

Midleton Hurling & Football Notes

Fe21 County Hurling Final

What a game, what a performance and what a year!
On Sunday last in Pairc Ui Chaoimh the young Magpies completed a fantastic double by defeating Blackrock by 4-13 v 3-12 after a pulsating encounter.
From the very start the game was free flowing and end to end stuff, in perfect conditions for hurling the spectators were treated to a scoring fest of 7 goals and 25 points throughout the hour. Goals were the order of the day in the first half with Conor Lehane opening our account from a free then to be followed by two beauties from Brian “Bud” Hartnett, Blackrock replied with two of their own to leave the score at halftime 3-04 to 2-07. In the second half the lead changed several times but when Michael Abernethy struck for an opportunist goal after good work by Brian O Sullivan it looked like our day. However the excitement didn’t finish there, a goal from Blackrock had them back in the game with ten minutes to go, some tremendous defending and excellent point scoring from play and free’s from captain Conor Lehane ensured that the Dick Barrett Cup would sit pretty together with the Sean Og Murphy Cup in Mainistir na Corann once again having done so 30 years ago in 1983.
The final score was Midleton 4-13 v Blackrock 3-12, the Cup was presented to our wonderful captain Conr Lehane by Bob Ryan Chairman of the Cork County Board.     

       
Congratulations to all the players, the management Pat Hartnett, Ger Fitzgerald, Michael Crotty, Denis Mulcahy & Martin Mc Sweeney and the backroom staff on this fabulous win and for the great year they have given us all.   
We now have gone to the top of the Role of honour with six titles, 1979,1983, 1988, 1989, 2011 & 2013.         
Team: Tommy Wallis, Neil O Regan, Patrick O Mahony, Leslie Coughlan (0-02), Elliot Mulcahy, Finbar O Mahony, Killian Burke, Sean O Farrell, Padraig O Farrell, Conor Lehane (1-10, 1-06frees) capt., Brian O Sullivan, Brian Hartnett (2-00), Cormac Walsh, Stephen Moore (0-01) & Michael Abernethy (1-00). Subs used Darren Quirke & Padraig Nagle. Subs not used Coran Swayne, Gavin Bagnell, Alan Stanton, Luke Dineen, Billy O Shea, Gavin Hurley, Byran Rossiter, Josh Deady, Andrew Rea, Lochlinn Mc Carthy, Patrick White, Ian Kennefick, Niall Madden & Paul Ahearne.

For the record when we last completed this double 30 years ago the Midleton Fe21 team captained by Pat Hartnett defeated Cloughdubh in Church Road, Blackrock on the 27th November 1983 by 0-16 v 0-06.
Team: Michael Hartnett, Eric Harty, Micheal Boylan, Michael Crotty, Malcolm Adams, Pat Hartnett, Kevin Coakley, John Hennessy, Jerry O Farrell, Colm O Neill, Edser Cleary, Liam Williams, Bob Hurley, Ger Fitzgerald & Kieran O Hanlon, sub used Vincent O Neill.

Senior Hurling
At the time of writing our senior hurlers are fixed to play the semi final of the REDFM League on Thursday 28th against Na Piarsaigh , time and venue to be confirmed.

Hurling & Football AGM
Our annual AGM will take on Sunday the 15th of December in the GAA Club @ 2pm

Denis O Sullivan’s GAA Memorabilia Exhibition
On Saturday the 7th of December from 7pm to 11pm Denis O Sullivan from Ballynoe will bring his very extensive collection of GAA memorabilia to the Midleton GAA Club. Denis will put on display his fantastic collection of Photographs including Hurling & Camogie teams from all grades and from all corners of the country. Denis will also put on display another collection on the Cork Hurling Legend Christy Ring.
As the years pass by Denis has expanded his collection to include Radio recordings of Hurling and Camogie matches. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to listen to these recordings by legendary broadcasters Micheal O Hehir, Micheal O Muircheartaigh, John Cashman and Paudie Palmer. Admission is free and everybody is welcome.       

Lotto
The Jackpot was €3,000 on Friday night last, the numbers were 2,19,24&25 we had no winner, the lucky dip winners were Peter Smith, Declan & Caoimhe Ryan, Kieran Goldspring, Kathleen Noonan & Maurice Maloney , next week’s jackpot will be €3,200. Thank you for your continued support.
   
BINGO for all every Friday night in the GAA Pavilion from 8pm, guaranteed Jackpot of 1,000 euro!!

Dancing next Saturday 30th to the Tom Healy Band


Juvenile Notes

Fe13
Our footballers gave a great account of themselves last Friday night in the Rebel Og league semi final despite just losing out to the home side Fermoy.

Fe15
Next Saturday at 3pm in Mitchelstown our footballers will play in the Premier 2 Football championship against Mitchelstown.

Tesco Bag Pack
By kind permission of TESCO in Market Green Shopping Centre the Juvenile Club held a very successful Bag Packing day last Saturday, many thanks to everyone for the support and assistance on the day. 

Juvenile AGM
The annual Juvenile AGM will take in the Midleton GAA Club on the 28th of November at 8pm, all members are invited to attend. 

Street League Indoor Hurling
Each Saturday morning at the Community Centre, coaching for boys will continue right up to Christmas and new members are always very welcome. The times are as follows: Junior Infants 12 – 1pm, Senior Infants 11-12 & First Class 10-11am.

Dean Ryan Colleges Hurling Final
Congratulations to the players and management of Midleton CBS who won the Dean Ryan Fe 16 ½ Munster Colleges final last Saturday in Cashel against Ard Scoil Ris of Limerick. In a terrific game the CBS lads were behind at halftime by 4 points and fought back several times in the second half to draw level and in the dying moments of the game a point from Josh Beausang sealed victory on a score line of 1-14 v 2-10.
The Midleton players involved were Eoin Maloney, Seanaidh Smyth, Padraig O Brien, Garan Manley, Kevin Mulcahy, Sean O Leary, Christopher Power & Ryan Mc Conville. 
We would like to wish Midleton CBS the very best of luck next Friday night in the Cork Colleges Callaghan Cup final v Hamilton High School Bandon in CIT @ 7.15 

Club Gear
The Club shop is open each Saturday morning from 11am to 12, a full selection of gear is available with umbrellas and school bags added to the range. Anyone looking for presents can also buy gift vouchers from the club shop. Full price lists are available on the club website www.midletongaa.com 

Social Media
Keep up to date with all of the Club’s activity’s by following us on our Website, Facebook and Twitter. 
 

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