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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

12 January, 2020


Our Club Lotto was €2,000 and there was no winner. Numbers Drawn were 4, 6, 23, 28

5 Lucky Dip winners were Caroline Wallace, Margaret McCarthy, Geraldine Walsh, Billy Whyte and Ryan, Mags & Tom

Next Week’s Jackpot is €2,200.

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. 

Club Membership

The Club Registartion Day has been fixed for 15 February. It can however be paid before this date. We haven't increased the membership for the coming year on the basis that all Membership is paid immediately. We need this to happen so that we can delay, as long as possible, drawing down loans for the Park South Development. Please show your Goodwill and support by paying your Membership now. 

How to Pay

Via Credit Card in Club Bar 
Via EFT: IBAN: IE16 BOFI 90290129207259 BIC: BOFIIE2D. Put your name in the Payee Reference Section. 

If you have any questions then please feel free to contact Tracy Saunderson (Club Registrar) 087 / 662554
or Liam Wade (Treasurer) 087 / 2562304.


Next session on Friday at 8pm. Possible pay out of € 3,700. T & C apply. Open to everybody.  Followed by 45 cards in the lounge. 

45 Drive

'Mary powers her way to victory'

Mary Power was victorious on two occasions on Friday with partner Ger Beausang in the first and stalwart Michael Morrissey in the second. Gers mother Hannah was again to the fore partnered by Denis Crowley with Liam Ryan and regular John Barton winning the last final of the night.

Cards continue this Friday January 17th at 9pm

Ladies Football

This week Midleton Ladies Football were delighted to receive the news that two of our Club members will represent us on the Cork Minor Football Panel. Congratulations and well done to Clodagh Finn and Amy O Neill. We are all very proud of you and thrilled that you will be representing both Midleton and Cork. 

Safeguarding 1 & Garda Vetting 

Safeguarding 1

Safeguarding 1 workshops are a mandatory requirement for coaches in all codes. Any new coaches within the club will need to participate in this three hour workshop before commencing in their role. This workshop looks at current legislation and good practice in relation to working with children and applies to anyone who has a player on their team who is under 18 years of age. 

The Safeguarding 1 certificate is valid for three years.  After three years coaches must do an online refresher  (approx 1 hour in duration) which was launched on 19th October 2019. This refresher is now available for anyone who has completed a safeguarding workshop since 2016. Anyone who completed a workshop prior to 2016 is required to participate in a face to face workshop to continue coaching in the new season. 

To access the online refresher course please complete the following steps;


2 The GAA

3. Child , Welfare & Protection

4. Safeguarding tutors

5. Training 

6. Online Safeguarding 1 refresher 

A Safeguarding workshop will take place in the club Wednesday 22nd January from 7 to 10pm for those who need to complete this mandatory requirement. Please text Ingrid to book your place on 087 6374748. Places are limited so please book ASAP. 

Garda Vetting

This is an ongoing procedure with a number of new coaches currently going through the process for the new season.  All our club members working with underage players should be vetted and as per the agm notes 2018 the old paper vetting system is no longer acceptable.  Vetting is valid for 5 years and should then be renewed.  You will be contacted by the club to remind you about renewal and we would appreciate a prompt response please.  It is important that we are fully compliant at all times with regard to mandatory requirements. Garda vetting promotes best practice in the recruitment and selection of persons to work with children in the GAA. (Vetting legislation - The National Vetting Bureau, Children & Vulnerable Persons Act 2012-2016

If you have any questions/queries on any of the above, please contact Ingrid on 087 6374748

Munster Camogie Seniors Schools B Final 

St. Mary’s High School, Midleton v St. Mary’s, Nenagh

Congratulations to St. Mary’s High School on winning the Munster Camogie Seniors Schools B Final today on a final score line of 2:18 to 1:04. Photo below shows the Midleton players involved from left to right Jodie Keegan-O’Connell, Rayanna Power, Lucy Wallace & Sadhbh Beausang.


Dr Harty Cup Midleton CBS v De La Salle Waterford

On Wednesday CBS travelled to Fraher Field in Dungarvan in a repeat of last year’s Semi Final to take on De La Salle College Waterford. Weather conditions were perfect; dry with little or no wind. Underfoot however was very heavy. CBS started well and early scores settled them well but De La Salle soon started to get their scores on the board. Only three points separated the sides at half time Midleton 1-09 De La Salle 1-06. The second half was a similar affair with not much between the sides but it was Midleton CBS who had the higher score count at the final whistle. Final score was CBS 2-17 De LaSalle 2-08. Midleton GAA Club had 7 players on the Panel. CBS advance to the semi-final and will play Christian Brothers Cork. 

Team: Brion Saunderson, Alex Quirke, Ritchie Landers, Jack Fitzgerald, Eanna Motherway, Ciaran Joyce, John Millerick, Ryan McCarthy(0-6 4f), Sam Quirke (0-2), Eoghan Martin, Cathal Hickey (0-3), James Mulcahy, Sean Walsh (0-3 1f), Jack McGann (1-01), Isaak Walsh (0-02). Subs used: Noel Cahill (1-0), Cathal Fitzgibbon, David Rooney.


Club Shop

The shop will reopen on February 1st. 

Best of luck to Fr. O’Neill’s and Russell Rovers

Last weekend saw Fr. O’Neill’s (Intermediate) and Russell Rovers (Junior) win their All Ireland Club Championship Semi-Final’s. Fr. O’Neill’s beat Mayo’s Tooreen (Mayo) on a score line of 0-19 1-12 with Russell Rovers beating Galway’s Micheal Breathnach, 1-26 to 1-15. Reaching an All Ireland Final is a fantastic achievement for both clubs and we wish them the best of luck in their finals on 18th January against Kilkenny opposition, Tullaroan (Intermediate) and Conahy Shamrocks (Junior). 

Staying Fit for the Future

Better Balance Better Bones Program run in conjunction with Cork Sports Partnership and HSE starts in Midleton on 23 Jan. This is an 8 week programme. Phone 021-4347096 to enrol. See below flyer for more details. Please spread the word to those who you think may benefit from such a Programme. All welcome.











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