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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

22 December, 2019

U21 P1 County Final 

Our brave U21 players were beaten by a point in the Final of the U21 P1 County Final on a score line of Midleton 0:22 Sarsfields 2:17. Great credit is due to the players and management for staying motivated this late into the year. Well done to all concerned.


Our Club Lotto was €1,400 and there was no winner. Lucky Dip winners were Ann Lehane, Billy Warne, Liz Moynihan, Mike Oosthuizen, & Caroline Wallace. Meat voucher winners were Eamonn Fitzgerald, Brian Murphy, Gerard Lehane & Brendan O Neill

Next Week’s Jackpot is €1,600

Tickets are available at the Club Bar, O’Neill’s Bar, Linehan’s Bar, Maple Leaf Bar, Niall Mac’s Bar, Wallis Bar, An Teach Beag, Frank Murphy Butchers, Pat Walsh Paints, Chadwick’s and O’Farrell’s Butchers. 

Why not play from the convenience of your home or workplace. Play your Lotto on –line for just €2. Log onto the Club Homepage - to purchase your ticket. Receive a weekly reminder to your phone to play.

€5k Jackpot was won for Lotto on Fri 6th Dec and cheque was presented to Kevin Lordan on Friday 13th December. Kevin works on the Lotto each week collecting from Angela's  Food & Veg, Frank Murphy Butchers, O’Farrell Butchers and dropping the collections at Maple for onward collection. A great worker on the Weekly Lotto and delighted that Kevin has won.

45 Drive

Another fantastic turn out for 45 again this week. This week’s winner were Liam Ryan & Maura Desmond, Denis Crowley & Michael Morrissey, John Barton & Mary Power. Play continues next Friday 29th December at 9pm. All welcome.  

Club Fundraising

Club Development Donation Scheme 

Many thanks to all those who have contributed to the Club Development Donation Scheme.  Currently we have raised €45,000.00. We now ask those who wish to donate to do so immediately before the end of 2019 Tax Year. Once you've signed the paperwork we can apply for claim back the tax on this but it must be done before the end of the year. So we can claim back tax of €166.67 on your donation of €250.00 making the total value to the Club €416.67. Or if you donate €500.00, we can get up to an additional €333.33 back in tax through this scheme making the value of your donation €833.33. Important that you donate now before the end of 2019 to avail of the tax rebate. 

See for details on how to donate or contact for further details

Munster Council Grant

This week saw the receipt of €21,225.52 in grant funding from the Munster Council towards our new development. This is the culmination of a lot of work hard work and is another step on the journey in our fundraising efforts for the Park South Development.

St Stephen’s Day Long Puc

Sean Keohane Annual Long Puck in support of the Irish Heart Foundation. Our sponsors for the event are Stephen Butler Coaches and Willie O Brien (Catering). Leaving GAA at 9am on St Stephen's Day. All Adults travelling on the event will be €10 each collected on departure. Children free. Being Hi Vis Jackets, Hurleys and Sliotars. Soup and rolls and presentation in Club after the Event.


Fé 9
On Monday last we held our last session of what has been a great year. We finished the year with internal football and hurling competition, as usual they were very competitive. We also welcomed Midleton and Cork legend John Fenton to our final session of the year. He passed on some great advice and words of wisdom to both players and coaches and then presented each player with a medal for their efforts this year.


The next session will be on Friday 27th at 8pm. Lots of great prizes to be won. Jackpot €1,000. Sheet values Green €380,  Blue €500,  Pink €500,  T & C apply.  In addition Game 4 has another €500 to be won on 48 calls. Single book cost only €6 while sheets ( optional ) are €2 each. Happy Christmas & Healthy New Year to all our customers, you continuing support is greatly appreciated.


On Sunday last 15th December we held our Camogie Christmas Social at Midleton GAA in the main hall. Every group was represented on the night from our U6 girls to our Minor Team. It was fantastic  to see such a great turn out by all who came along to celebrate the fantastic year of Camogie our girls have had. We even had a visit from, the great man himself, Santa who had plenty of chats with our girls ahead of his visit on Christmas Eve. Now we will take a well-deserved break until the New Year. We would like to take this opportunity to wish our players, members and their families a very Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year. 

We  would like to thank Pat O’Brien who kindly wrote the poem below for our U14 County. Winners back in November. We are so proud of all our girls achievements throughout the year but Pat went the extra mile for us recently and penned the following:

County Camogie League Champions 2019

By Pat O’Brien

It was a cold winters day, on the second of November

When our  under 14 team won, using plenty of timber

Early pressure soon mounted, as we played in our own patch

Rachel Ryan eased all that, with the first  goal of the match

That was soon followed with a score from a Quirke called Kelly 

Midleton now showing they had fire in their belly

Aoife and Saoirse would then add to their tally 

It soon became obvious this team was going to rally

Lora Dineen's two goals made Blackrock drop their head

We went in at half time a whopping eleven points ahead


Lora couldn’t be stopped with another point after the break

But the second goal from Rachel Ryan was the icing on the cake

Jill Connaughton in goal could only be described as a colossus

She is one of the many reasons this team had no losses

Although I mentioned a few individuals and biased I may seem

This is not about any one person but totally about the team

Ladies Football

After a tremendous year for our Club we are all now enjoying a well-earned break. The Committee would like to wish all our Players, Coaches and their Families a very Happy Christmas and Best Wishes for the New Year. We look forward to seeing you all in 2020.

Christmas Food Appeal

This year’s Food appeal for St Vincent de Paul was a huge success. Many thanks to all who donated to the Juvenile ,Ladies Football and Camogie Club Socials. On Thursday evening all Clubs were represented when we handed over the huge array of donations to members of the Midleton branch of St Vincent de Paul. 

Club Shop

The shop will reopen on February 1st. Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year to all from Mary, Sheila and Coleman.


Billy Grandon

The sad passing of Billy Grandon last weekend severed a link with Midleton stretching back nearly 90 years. Billy was a great supporter of all things Midleton especially the GAA club and was a regular attendee at Midleton games wherever they were played. Although he lived in the city most of his working life he was a regular visitor to his native town and he liked nothing better than walking the main street and renewing acquaintances with old friends. He would have been proud as punch when his coffin carried the black and white flag on his final journey through Blackpool last Tuesday on the way to his burial in Kilcully cemetery. To Dermot, his son, and the O’Brien and Horgan families of St Mary’s terrace we offer our sincere condolences. Ar dheis Dé go raibh ainm dilís.   

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