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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

26 September, 2021

Midleton GAA…at the ‘Heart of the Community’. Ní neart go cur le chéile. There is no strength without unity.

COVID Update & Return to Play

Team managers will advise of date, time and venue for training. Please remember that players/parents are required to complete a Health Questionnaire declaration BEFORE each training session or match.

Midleton GAA ‘One Club’ have put together a comprehensive guide to the Safe Return to Play for all teams. All parents, players and coaches are asked to familiarise themselves with these guidelines including, but not limited to, the Health Questionnaire requirements and access maps to the 4 facilities being used by Midelton GAA ‘One Club’.

Key links:

Midleton GAA ‘One Club’ Guide and other Return to Play information: covid-19-news

FOIREANN (was Return to Play) where Health Questionnaire can be completed prior to each training session/match (FYI, use the same email and password from last year):

Mega Lotto Results & New Jackpot


  • Our Lotto Jackpot was a choice of €20,000 or a VW Golf 1.0 TSI (in partnership with Blackwater Motors) the numbers 17, 21, 25 Bonus 4. There was no winner of the jackpot so next Friday’s jackpot will remain the same.
  • 4 Lucky Dip Prize Winners this week were B O Neill  & Paddy Fitzgerald (€25 Hurley’s Supervalu Voucher each), Margaret Hoary & Wayne O’Shea (€25 in cash each). In total Midleton GAA will give out local business vouchers to the value of €3,800 every year as part of our “Shop Local, Buy Local” campaign.
  • How to play: Tickets are on sale at Pat Walsh Paints, Chadwicks, Frank Murphy Butchers, Murphy’s Pharmacy, Crowley Butchers,  or buy online, through Klubfunder, at select your numbers and number of draws to play. You can buy an annual ticket by selecting “50” from the “Number of Draws” to Play dropdown.

GAA Fixtures & Results

See below links for details of fixtures and results. As usual we will endeavor to keep the club website up to date with fixtures and results as well as posting results, as much as possible, on twitter and facebook. Team managers are asked to submit results and any fixture changes to or text 0868643079.

Website Links:

Fixtures club_fixtures

Results club_results

Magpie All-Stars

GAA National Inclusive Fitness Day Event.

To mark National Inclusion Day 2021 the Magpie All-Stars would like to extend an open invitation to their training session on Sunday 3rd October from 12noon to 1pm. This year’s theme, “Clann”, is very poignant as we demonstrate that we are all part of the Midleton GAA Family.


Fé7 V Bishopstown

On Saturday morning our young Magpies took to the field in Bishopstown as they faced the home club in football.  It was an action-packed morning, where we fielded five teams. Our Magpies again played some very tough and competitive matches. We have been working very hard in training the last number of weeks and it was great to see our players showing what they learned on the pitch.  

Fé7 V Bishopstown

Fé 9 v St Catherine’s

Our lads played St Catherine's at Home on Saturday in Gaelic Football. We had 32 present for this and went with 4 Teams of 8 each.

Our lads played very well on the day and got great scores throughout each of their games. This group are doing very well in both Football and Hurling and we would like to encourage the lads to keep up with the practice.

We would also like to thank St Catherine's GAA for making the trip to Midleton on Saturday.

Fé9 v St Catherine’s

Fé11 notes

This weekend saw 3 teams of fé11s out with the big ball at home in Clonmult. The opposition was Carrigtwohill and Fr O'Neills with 3 and 2 teams.

Each team played 2 games 30 mins long in glorious sunshine.

Well done lads. Training continues this week Tuesday and Thursday.

Fé13 Notes


The final group game in the P2 football league for the Fé13 lads was a trip to Kinsale on Friday 27th August. With a panel of 24 togging out on the night, there was stiff competition for places. The first quarter was tense with the sides level at 0-03 each at the first water break, thanks in no small part to some heroic saves from goalkeeper Bradley O’Brien. Despite losing some key players to injury in the second quarter, Midleton went in at half time leading on a score of 1-05 to 1-04, with the goal coming from Ewan Murphy.  A strong third quarter was to prove decisive in favour of Kinsale with the home team outscoring us 4-02 to 2-00 in that period, the Midleton gaols coming from Darragh Mullins and Dara Birdthistle. Despite this being their second football game in three days, the lads never gave up and showed real determination right up to the final whistle, with captain Cian Lawton finishing the ball to the net after a well worked team move. Unfortunately, it was not to be on the night with the final score of Kinsale 5-11 Midleton 4-07. The panel for the match was: Bradley O’Brien, Patrick O’Brien, Jason Morley, Rian Casey, Harry Waterman, Cuan Twomey, Luke Bamber, Senan Carroll, Max Murphy, Dara Birdthistle, Darragh Mullins, Ruairi O’Riordan, Cian Lawton (captain), Ewan Murphy, Scott Dunlea, Shane O’Mahony, David Kelly, Sean Gregory, James Carey, Jamie O’Donovan, Michael Barrett, Patrick Collins



The Fé13 lads made the trip north to play Mitchelstown on Wednesday August 25th in what was a delayed fixture of the P2 football league. Unfortunately, the referee failed to show for this match so it was agreed that a coach from each club would take the whistle for one half. Thanks to Tom Casey for agreeing to referee the first half and for doing such a fine job at short notice. The match itself turned out to be a very close contest throughout. With scores hard to come by in the opening 30 minutes there was just a point between the teams at half time with Midleton leading 0-05 to 0-04. Things got even tighter in the closing quarter with the two sides level on 1-06 each, with Max Murphy getting the goal. In the end, Midleton’s stronger substitutes made the difference with Ewan Murphy coming on to score a very well taken goal. Dara Birdthistle grabbed the third goal for the last score of the match. This was a tough contest and a very hard fought victory for the lads. The final score was Midleton 3-07 to Mitchelstown 1-06. The panel for the match was: Bradley O’Brien, Fionn Bohan, Jason Morley, Rian Casey, Harry Waterman, Cuan Twomey, Shane O’Mahony, Senan Carroll, Max Murphy, Dara Birdthistle, Darragh Mullins, James O’Meara, Sean Gregory, Cian Lawton (captain), Michael Allegrini, Ruairi O’Riordan, Patrick O’Dowd, Donnacha Horgan, David Kelly, Scott Dunlea, Ewan Murphy, James Carey,Michael Barrett.



The second match in the latest phase of C3 hurling was a home fixture against Douglas on Tuesday August 17th. The lads started very brightly with an early goal from Dara Birdthistle setting the tone. The scores continued with further goals from Patrick O’Dowd and James Carey giving a half time score of Midleton 5-05 to Douglas 0-05. The lads continued to play some excellent hurling in the second half and ran out comfortable winners in the end on a final score of Midleton 5-12 to Douglas 0-08. The panel for the match was: Michael Allegrini, Rian Casey, Jason Morley, Patrick Collins, Harry Waterman, Cuan Twomey, Fionn Bohan, Luke Bamber, James O’Meara, David Kelly, Patrick O’Dowd, Dara Birdthistle, Sean Gregory, James Carey, Jamie O’Donovan, Riain McCormack, Ciaran Kelly, Finn Cahill.

Fé13 C3 HURLING v DOUGLAS 17.08.21

Camogie Notes

FE6 2022 Registration

If your daughter is in Junior Infants and would like to join our Camogie Club please pre-register your Interest for the 2022 season. Contact Sinead on 086 0638151



Fe 7/8Notes

Our U7/8’s had a visit from Cork Camogie star Chloe Sigerson after training on Friday evening . Chloe chatted to the girls and signed their hurleys and helmets and got lots of photos. So important for young girls to meet someone like Chloe and to have her to look up to. Thank you Chloe for taking the time out to visit our girls

FÉ7/8 with Chloe Sigerson

Fe12 Notes

County Caman Festival

Well done to our U12’s who entered two teams for the County Caman Festival in Castle Rd on Saturday morning 26th September. It was a few hours where our girls had great fun with fantastic skills on display in games against Ballygarvan, Carrigaline, Brian Dillons and Nemo. A special thanks to the seven U11’s who played up this morning and looked right at home! Thanks also to the parents who gave up their Saturday morning lie in (again). We’re sure they did you proud ! Congratulations to Jennifer Walsh and Molly Barrett who captained teams 1 & 2 respectively on the morning.


Fe12 Caman Festival

Fe12 Captains Molly and Jennifer

Fé16 Notes

Fe 16 V Ballinora County Semi Final

A great win for our U16’s on Friday night 24th September on home soil in Clonmult against a strong Ballinora side in the Semi Final. The girls put on a great performance on the night resulting in a well-deserved place in the County Final. Well done to all involved, super proud of you all.

FÉ16 V Ballinora

Ladies Football 


Well done to our U8 girls who had a very competitive and enjoyable game against Erin’s Own last weekend. It was great to see so many of the girls playing on our main pitch in Clonmult. 



The u10 girls had a busy week with two games away against Glanmire on Monday night. followed by 2 more games at home to Watergrasshill in Park South on Saturday evening. There was over 24 girls at both matches which is great to see and the girls showed great skills in both games. Thank you to all the parents too for the support and help particularly in Park South. There will be further matches over the next few weekends with details to follow. 

Training for the coming week:

Monday evening in Ballinacurra:

U8, U10, U12 & U14 - 6.30 to 7.30pm Thursday evening in Ballinacurra: U16, Minor & Junior 7-8pm 

Minor league game v Bride Rovers Wednesday in Rathcormac throw in 6pm

Blast from the Past

30 years ago this week Midleton won the Cork County Senior hurling Championship beating Glen Rovers on a score line of 1:17 to 1:08.


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