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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

27 April, 2022


Our senior hurlers travelled to Agahavine on Saturday for an East Cork derby against Fr. O’Neills in the RedFM Co. SHL. After trailing by 1-10 to 0-7 at half-time, we lost out on a final score of 3-17 to 0-17. Cormac Beausang was our top scorer on the day. (Thanks to Denis O'Flynn for the picture of Luke O'Farrell in action on Saturday.)

Our next league game is fixed for Saturday week (May 8) away to Fermoy at 4pm.



We took on Na Piarsaigh in the Co. IHL on Friday night in Clonmult Memorial Park and we lost out narrowly on a scoreline of 0-17 to 0-15.

MIDLETON: Bryan Rossiter, Alan Power, Cian Murray, Cathal Gunning, Gavin Reddy, Dave Scanlon 0-1, Leo Hennessy, Kevin Finn, Sean O'Farrell 0-1, Gary Carroll, Padraig O'Shea, Christian Daly 0-1, Paul Connaughton 0-3, Cian Crowley, Conor Fitzgerald 0-9 (0-7F). Sub used: Kieran Mulcahy for Kevin Finn.

Best wishes to Adam Fay who suffered a nasty injury in the recent league game in Douglas. We hope to see him back in action as soon as possible.

Our next league fixture is next Thursday (May 5) at home to Aghabullougue at 7pm. That same weekend we also play Dungourney (Sunday, May 8) away at 11.30am.



We played Carrignavar in the East Cork Junior A Hurling League on Sunday in Clonmult Memorial Park and lost out on a scoreline of 2-12 to 0-28.

MIDLETON: Bryan Rossiter, Colin Sunderland, Aron Coughlan, Dan O’Sullivan, Dan Cagney, Aidan Ryan, Evan McCarthy, Kieran Mulcahy (0-2), Gary Carroll (0-1), Mark O’Keeffe (0-2f), Padraig O’Shea (0-2), Johnny Comer (0-1f), Tim O’Sullivan (0-1), Christan Daly (1-1), Conor Fitzgerald (1-2) . Subs used Cian Murray, James O’Sullivan, Leo Henneesy, Cathal Beusang, James Condon.



Midleton 0-14 St Catherines 1-12

On Monday night we travelled to Ballynoe to open our junior hurling league division four account for 2022. On a night when we were short several of our regular players, it was fantastic to see so many young new players make their adult hurling debut for the club. Unfortunately one point separated the sides in the end but everyone can be very proud of the effort shown and we can really build on this performance for the rest of the season.

MIDLETON: Jerome Curtin, Daniel Wathen, Eoin Ferriter, Jack McKay, Brendan Ferriter, Conor Evans, Liam Kelly, James O’Sullivan, Colin Sunderland, Ciarán Evans, Mark O’Keeffe, James Condon, Ben O’Neill, Cillian Hurley, Joe Coppinger, Coleman Quinn and Declan McInerney.

We're back in football action on Monday night next at home to Cobh at 7.30pm.



We had a great win over Carrigtwhoill in the football league as we won out on a scoreline of 4-10 to 0-6.

MIDLETON: Alex Howard, Ben Kennelly, Niall Fitzgerald, Rory Hartnett, Colin Sunderland, Liam McGrath, TJ Murphy 1-0, Evan McCarthy 0-1, Niall Corcoan 1-1, Cian Murray 0-1, Dara McCarthy 0-1, Mikey Finn, Cathal Beausang, Brian O'Connell 1-2, James O'Sullivan 0-2. Subs used: Stuart O'Connor 1-2, James Condon, Evan McGrath and Sean Cronin.



The very best of luck to Conor, Sean, Tommy, Sam and the Cork senior hurlers as they take on Clare in the second round of the Munster Hurling Championship in Thurles on Sunday at 2pm.

No tickets have been distributed through the clubs for this game. All tickets will be sold through the following link:



Hard luck to Brion, Ciarmhac and David and the Cork U-20 team on their defeat to Tipperary in Thurles in the Munster Championship semi-final on Wednesday night.



A big congratulations to our own Ger Fitzgerald on being awarded with the Donal Lehane Distinguished Career Award at Friday night's Cork's 96FM & C103 Cork GAA Awards at Rochestown Park Hotel. Pictured with Ger are An Taoiseach Micheál Martin, 96FM's Finbarr McCarthy and Cork Co. Board Chairman Marc Sheehan. Well done Ger, well deserved.




Our second Junior Ladies team had an early start last Sunday morning where they faced Bandon in another league game. Once again great numbers turned out in Ballinacurra. It didn’t take too long for us to get our first score and from there the momentum continued. Another great win for this team. Final score Midleton 3-10 Bandon 1-5. Thank you to Bandon for making the effort to travel to East Cork.


Our U10 girls travelled to Aghada for their first outing of the year. The girls were divided into two teams so every girl had a lot of game time. They ended the day having a fun game of tug of war. Many Thanks to Aghada for organising a great afternoon.


Our U-14 girls continued their league campaign with a home game on Sunday last against Watergrasshill. Great Football and a great team spirit saw the girls victorious. Well done to Cara who was our captain on the day.


Best of Luck to our Féile team who will represent East Cork in the Cork County Féile Competition on Bank Holiday Monday in Mourneabbey. Keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages for updates on the day.


Details for next week’s training will be sent to parents via text once confirmed.




Our U-12 girls were in action on Saturday with a home blitz against Watergrasshill, Youghal and Erins Own in Park South. The girls gave an excellent performance and played with great skill and determination in all their games. Thanks to our referees, the parents and families for their support and to our East Cork neighbours for travelling and been part of a great evening of camogie. Well done all involved.


Our U-13s were in action on Saturday with a challenge match against the Barrs in Togher. The girls were excellent against a strong Barrs team with Midleton coming out on top in the end. Thanks to the parents for travelling and to the Barrs for a great game and for hosting us.


Our minor team played Enniskeane at home in Ballinacurra GAA on Thursday. Our winning streak continued as the girls came out winners on the evening to make it three wins out of three.

Thanks to Enniskeane for travelling up to play us and to all the parents and siblings who came to cheer us on. Well done girls on a super team effort.

Our next outing will be an away match to Na Piarsaigh on Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May with a throw-in of 7pm.


Huge Congratulations to our four players, Roisin McManus, Faye Dunlea, Sarah McConville and Robyn Keating  who were  selected  recently for the Cork U-14 Panel for 2022. Well done girls we look forward to following your journey over the coming months and wish you the very best of luck!



We played St Fanahans in our second league match in Ballinacurra and ran out comfortable winners. After an even start, the scores were tied at 0-2 each after 10 minutes but we started to take control and never looked back. With Megan Kelly and Leah Hogan outstanding in our full-back line, Aoife Fitzgerald very steady at #6 and Yvonne Abernethy dominant in midfield the platform was set for our forwards to take control. Rebecca Cassidy 2:-0, Jodie Keegan O’Connell 0-3, Abbie Foley and Sadhbh Beausang 0-2 each all gave great performances upfront and had the Fanahan’s backline in trouble all night. Two wins from two now so well done all.

MIDLETON: Jill Connaughton, Megan Kelly, Leah Hogan, Mischa Daly-Harkin, Roisin O’Callaghan, Aoife Fitzgerald (0-1), Caoimhe Cronin, Yvonne Abernethy (0-1), Vivienne Gleeson (0-3F), Emma O’Sullivan, Sadhbh Beausang (0-2), Abbie Foley (0-2), Rayanna Power, Rebecca Cassidy (2-0), Jodie Keegan O’Connell (0-3), Rachel Ryan (0-2), Jade Fitzgerald, Ruthie Hennessy (0-1), Elle McManus.


On Saturday 7th May our Coaching Officer Mark O’Sullivan will walk from Youghal to Midleton all in aid of local boy Kacper, who is a Juvenile Player with Midleton GAA and who is very ill at the moment. Please come out and show your support along the route as he passes through Killeagh, Castlemartyr and finishes off at Midleton GAA. Mark is encouraging all players from all clubs  to wear their jerseys in Support of Kacper and this fundraiser.



There was great excitement in Clonmult Memorial Park on Sunday as the Magpies All Stars returned to training. Here are some pictures from the day.

There will be no training this Sunday as it's a Bank Holiday weekend but they'll be back in action at 12 noon on May 8.




Best of luck to our own John O’Sullivan from Gaelscoil Mhainistir Na Corann who will represent Cork in the Primary Go Games against Clare in Thurles on Sunday. He is pictured above with his team-mates (he’s the number 8 in the middle of the front row), manager Damien Irwin and Cork senior goalkeeper, Patrick Collins and mentors at training in Pairc Uí Chaoimh this week.


There will be two Cúl Camps in Midleton this summer. The dates are: July 4-8 and August 8-12.

You can book online at:


Our Fe7s travelled to Killeagh for a football blitz. It was a lovely morning for all involved.


On Wednesday last our Fe12 boys travelled to Nemo for their first Rebel Og East group 6 football league game. A hard evening’s football followed but the boys showed great heart and played a much better second half. Final score: Midleton 2-4 Nemo Rangers 7-5.

On Sunday the boys began their Rebel Og East group 1 hurling league in glorious sunshine away to Sarsfields.  Final score: Midleton 4-7 Sarsfields 0-3.


We had a great win over St. Finbarrs in the hurling league at Park South on Sunday. The final score was: Midleton 3-19 St. Finbarrs 3-4.

MIDLETON: Brainnin O Dalaigh, Patrick Spellman, Peadar Egan, Josh Quill, Patrick O’Brien, Liam Walsh, Braden Dunlea, Finn Cahill, Alfie Hennessey, Charlie McCarthy, John O’Sullivan, Alex Molumphy, Rory Nolan, Jack Cahill, Ciarán O’Brien. Subs: Rian McCormack, Ethan Foley, Aoran Murphy, Cian Hogan.


We travelled to Church Road on Monday evening to take on Blackrock and we came away with a great win on a score of 3-11 to 2-8. Well done lads.


On Sunday our Fè16s took on St. Nicks in what was their first competitive game at Park South. We had never managed to beat Nick’s in our many meetings over the years and the task was made even more difficult on Sunday with suspensions, injuries and people unavailable.

Luckily we are playing in a 13 a side league and we just managed the bare 13 players and were able to field a team.

The match was a tough encounter as usual with Midleton getting off to a great start playing very attractive football and working hard all over the pitch and were leading by 14 points with five minutes to go to half-time but two late goals meant Nick’s were still in the game at half time score 4-9 to 3-4 at the break.

Nick’s came on strong in the second-half but Midleton managed the game well into the wind, keeping possession well and picking off their scores as they presented themselves. This group have had many great football moments down the years and this was right up there with the best of them and it had to be to beat this Nick’s side, every player put in a shift and the maturity and team effort meant we ran out winners by 4-16 to 5-8.

MIDLETON: Patrick Dooley (0-1), Eoghan Frazer, F Kelly(0-1), J.P. McManus, Luca Brodkorb (0-1), Alex Cahill, James McSweeney (2-0), Sean McSharry (2-6), Callum McSweeney, Tomas Dunlea, Jack Foley (0-1), Darragh Egan, Odhran Dennigan (0-5), Conor Morley(0-1), Adam O'Connor.


The great run continues for the Fe17s as they made it four wins from four in Carrigtwohill on Friday night. The final score was: Carrigtwohill 1-6 Midleton 2-12.



Rebel Og Coiste Fe17 Premier 1 Hurling League

Sarsfields v Midleton at 7pm in Riverstown

Rebel Og Coiste Fe13 C3 Hurling Grading League Section 1

Bride Rovers v Midleton in Rathgormac at 7pm


Rebel Og Coiste Fe17 C3 Hurling League Section 1

Ballincollig v Midleton at 7pm in Ballincollig


Rebel Og Coiste Fe16 Hurling League 13 aside Group 1

Valley Rovers v Midleton at 7pm in Brinny


Rebel Og Coiste Fe14 Football League 15 aside Group 2 section 1

Midleton v Glanmire at 7.30pm in Midleton


Rebel Og Coiste Fe13 C3 Football Grading League Section 3

Kiltha Og v Midleton at 7pm in Castlemartyr



We are asking all members, especially players, to read and understand the summary of the GAA Injury Benefit Fund at the link below.

It’s each player's responsibility to ensure that they have sufficient cover in place to satisfy their own needs.



Put a reminder in your diary for the 2022 Midleton GAA Golf Classic. It will take place at East Cork on July 20/21. More details in the coming weeks.



Our club Gym has now re-opened to members. Access FOBs have been re activated.

Please note that some of the equipment will be undergoing some service work over the coming weeks so apologies in advance for any inconvenience.



The winning numbers this week 2, 7, 10 and bonus was 8.

There was no overall jackpot or Match 3 jackpot winner.

Our lucky dip winners were: Hazel Egan, Mike Bolger, Catherine Desmond and Pat O'Neill.

Thanks to everyone who supports the lotto.

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 at



Our Bingo continues on Friday nights with an early game at 7.25pm. Everyone is welcome.



The Midleton GAA club shop is back up and running for the 2022 season but please note that it’s still online with collection only at the club on a Saturday morning.

All you have to do is go to the Klubfunder website ( and you will see the full range of what’s available to buy. You can shop away to your heart’s content, pay for it online and then collect your purchases at the club shop on Saturday morning between 9.30am and 10am. Thank you.



The annual Darkness into Light walk takes place on Saturday, May 7 at 4.15am. Unfortunately there is no organised walk in Midleton this year but that should not stop anyone from getting up early, meeting some fellow club members/friends and doing a 5km walk in support of Pieta House.  Pieta House offers invaluable support to our GAA community and the wider community.  Please support this fundraising drive by donating at



We would like to remind our members, neighbours and friends that NO DOGS (except assistance dogs) are allowed either on or off leads at Park South or Clonmult Memorial Park.

We also ask anyone driving in and out of Park South to PLEASE SLOW DOWN!

Thank you.

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