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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

05 May, 2022


Our senior hurlers travelled to Dungarvan to take on De La Salle of Waterford in a challenge game on Tuesday night and they’re back in league action this Saturday (May 7) when they will travel to Fermoy to take on the home side at 4pm.



Our intermediates are in action twice this weekend in the county league. Tonight (Thursday) they host Aghabullogue in Clonmult Memorial Park at 7.30pm and on Sunday morning they travel to take on neighbours Dungourney at 11.30am.



We took on Glen Rovers at Clonmult Memorial Park on Wednesday night and had a good win on a final scoreline of 2-16 to 1-12.

MIDLETON: Brion Saunderson (1-1), Colin Sunderland, Brian O Connell, Neil Fitzgerld, Liam McGrath, Ciarmach Smyth, Evan McCarthy, Mikey Finn (0-5f), Niall Corcoran, Dara McCarthy (0-4, 1f ), Phelem McGann, Rory Hartnett, Evan Kelly (1-2) , Cathal Beausang, Davy Cremin (0-4, 0-2f). Subs used: Zac Smith, Cian Murray, Alex Moloney, Stuart O'Connor, Tiernan Roche.



Our Junior B Hurlers are in action on Monday night when they entertain Carrignavar in Park South at 7.30pm.



We hosted Cobh in round four of the Junior C Football League on Monday night in Park South and were able to field a very strong team. Playing an excellent brand of football, we were pushed all the way by a very strong Cobh team. Well done to everyone involved on the night and it was great to see all the substitutes making such a valuable contribution. Final score: Midleton 5-10 Cobh 4-6.

MIDLETON: Eoghan Collins, Luke Deane, Sean Corcoran, Ryan Cahill, Brendan Ferriter, Gavin Reddy, Conor Evans, Adam Meade, Aaron Coughlan, Alan Power, Charlie Walsh, Ciaran Evans, Brion Saunderson, Christian Daly and Chris Power. Substitutes: James Condon, Jack McKay, Davy O’Brien, Leonard Saunderson, Coleman Quinn, Eoin Ferriter and Jerome Curtin.

We are back in hurling action tomorrow night (Friday, May 6) as we travel to Carrigtwohill for a league fixture at 8pm.



Hard luck to Conor, Tommy (pictured, who made his senior inter-county debut off the bench), Sean and Sam and the rest of the Cork senior hurling players and management as they lost out to Clare in Thurles.

Commiserations also to our own Tadhg O’Leary Hayes and the Cork minors who lost out to Clare in their Munster MHC semi-final on Tuesday night in Pairc Uí Rinn.



We had no winner in the April Rebel’s Bounty draw. Well done to all the winners.




Our U-13s were in action against Dungourney in Park South on Saturday evening. The girls put on an excellent display and are really gelling as a team. Thanks to the parents for coming out to support the girls and to our neighbours Dungourney for a good competitive game. Well done to each and every girl. A special mention to Eve Fahy (pictured below) who captained her team on the day. Well done Eve.


Our U-16 girls were in action on Thursday night last with a challenge match against a very strong Glen Rovers team in Park South. All the girls gave an excellent performance from start to finish with Midleton coming out on top at the end. Thanks to Glen Rovers for travelling down and for giving us a great game.


Well done to our Junior team who had an impressive home win on Saturday evening against Buttevant in a League Game. Pictured above is our captain Rebecca Cassidy with Buttevant Captain.


Congratulations  to our player Faye Dunlea who lined out with Cork U-14 on Saturday  morning against Tipperary at Cork Camogie grounds at Castle Road. Faye Scored 1-1 on the day. Unfortunately our Player Roisin McManus was injured and unable to tog out on the day. We wish her a speedy recovery.


Well done to Jill Connaughton who stood between the posts on Saturday in the Munster Semi Final where Cork took on Limerick and ran out winners on the day with a full-time score of Cork 2-13 to Limerick 0-7. 

The final takes place on Saturday against Clare in Cahir at 2pm. Best of luck Jill and Cork.


Two Midleton players, Vivienne Gleeson and Lucy Wallace, played with Cork Junior Camogie team on Bank Holiday Monday. Cork came up against Clare on the day at Meelick GAA. Unfortunately it wasn’t their day with a full-time score of Clare 1-12 to Cork 0-6.


Our U-12/13 girls Leah, Gabrielle and Anna met Buff Egan on Sunday ahead of the Munster SHC clash between Cork and Clare in Thurles.


Online training for young referees, please see attached poster.


Kacper with Mark O'Sullivan David Tobin this week ahead of Saturday's walk. Photo: Eddie O'Hare/Evening Echo.

On this 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.

To support this fundraiser, we are asking all kids across camogie, ladies football and juveniles are asked to bring €2 to training this week please. We ae also asking if boys and girls from the club could come out at 1.30pm in their Midleton colours at Clonmult Memorial Park to form a guard of honour on the arrival of the walkers back to the club. Teas/coffees will be served in the club. Thanks to everyone for their support and best of luck to the walkers on the day.

It would be great if you could donate at:

Read the full story in the Evening Echo....




Last Thursday evening we continued our league campaign with a home game v Bishopstown. Great numbers once again made themselves available for the fixture. Final score on the night was Midleton 4-16 Bishopstown 2-8.


Our Féile team travelled to Mourneabbey on Bank Holiday Monday to take part in the County Section having qualified from the East Cork division. They had three very tough games against Mourneabbey, Éire Óg and Kinsale. Unfortunately, it is the end of the road for us but great credit is due to the girls who gave it their all. Well done to you all, to the Mentors and Parents for their continued support.



The Magpies All Stars are back in action at 12 noon on this Sunday, May 8.




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 lads hosted Sarsfields Fe10 on Saturday last in a Hurling Challenge game. We had 30 players in attendance for this broken into three teams of ten.

Our lads did very well in all the games getting great scores throughout.  We would like to thank Sarsfields for making the trip to us also on Saturday. Once again thanks to all the parents in our Group for their great support.


Rebel Og East group six hurling threw in on Tuesday last at a wonderfully sunny Park south.

Despite a big effort from the boys and a much tighter second half the result went against us.  Well done boys.

Final score: Midleton 3-6 Blackrock 6-3.

The on Bank Holiday Monday our Fé12 boys took on Douglas 2 for their second outing in the Rebel Óg East group 6 football grading League. The final score didn't reflect the effort the made by the boys.

Final score: Midleton 0-2 Douglas 5-13 (See team above).

On Tuesday night, the Fé12 boys out again in the group 2 football grading League. Despite a fine performance and fighting to the final whistle, we unfortunately came up short. Well done on a great effort.

Final score: Midleton 1-5 St Finbarrs 4-6 (see below).


Our attention was on the Feile Football (see pic above). Our group was tough with Fermoy and St Nicks. We had a great win against a very good Fermoy outfit, with Lochlann Stewart scoring the vital goal to put day light between the sides. We ran out 1-3 to 0-1 winners. We played immediately after and a much fresher St Nicks side caught us early with a goal and a point. Despite having plenty of chances, we came out on the wrong side of a 2-4 to 0-2 defeat. With Nicks beating Fermoy this put an end to the Féile drea, for 2022. Overall the Féile was a good experience with all players getting game time in.

We travelled to Castlemartyr on Wednesday evening last to take on Kiltha Og in the East Football league. We were aiming to make it four wins from the opening four matches. After a tricky hour's football we came away with a 5-7 to 3-1 victory, with good displays from Noah Cahill, Ben Troy, Diarmud Lester to name a few. This was our last football action until after the Junior Cert. We now turn our attention to hurling over the next week or so. All fixtures are confirmed.

P1 Vs Ballincollig on Friday the 6th of May at 7pm in Clonmult

C3 Vs Bandon on Monday the 9th of May at 7pm in Park South

P1 Vs Valley Rovers on Wednesday the 11th of May at 7pm in Innishannon

C3 Vs Carrigaline on Monday the 23rd of May at 7.30pm in Carrigaline



The Fé17s had great win in the C3 hurling league in Ballincollig on Sunday evening. The final score was: Ballincollig 2-9 Midleton 2-12.



Rebel Og Coiste Fe13 C3 Football Grading League Section 3

Kiltha Og v Midleton at 7pm in Castlemartyr


Rebel Og Coiste Fe15 Premier 1 Hurling League

Midleton v Ballincollig at 7pm in Midleton

Rebel Og East Fe17 Div 1 Football League

Midleton v Erins Own at 7pm in Midleton


Rebel Og Coiste Fe15 C3 Section 1 Hurling League

Midleton v Bandon at 7pm in Midleton


Rebel Og East Fe12 Group 1 Hurling Grading League

Midleton v Douglas at 7pm in Midleton


Rebel Og Coiste Fe15 Premier 1 Hurling League

Valley Rovers v Midleton at 7pm in Brinny

Rebel Og East Fe12 Group 6 Hurling Grading League

Midleton 2 v Sarsfields 2 at 7pm in Midleton



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.



We were delighted this week to receive a cheque to the value of €800 from AbbVie Cork (who are based in Carrigtwohill) as one of their recipients in their Community Awards Scheme. We would especially like to thank club member and underage selector, Justin Dunlea, as an AbbVie employee for nominating us. In the picture Justin is pictured presenting the cheque to Juvenile Chairman, Michael Carroll and Club Treasurer, John Hogan this week at Park South.



Put a reminder in your diary for the 2022 Midleton GAA Golf Classic. It will take place at East Cork Golf Club 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 were: 2, 7, 18 and bonus was 9.

There was no jackpot winner or Match 3 Jackpot winner

€25 Lucky Dip Prize Winners were:

Olive Quirke c/o Club €25 Frank Murphy Voucher

Suzanne Mulcahy c/o Club €25 Angela’s Shop Voucher

P&K Mackey c/o Bingo €25 Cash

Brian Murphy c/o Frank Murphy €25 Cash

Don't forget you can play online at any time at the link below

Thanks to everyone who supports our 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 (see above).



Easter Hamper results.

This outing was very kindly sponsored by Philip O'Brien, O Brien's garage, Cork Road.

1st Aidan O'Brien; 2nd Francis Maher; 3rd Tom Mintern; 4th Tom O Halloran; 5th Liam Williams

Front 9 Eamonn Cleary. Back 9 Hans Bauman. Visitor Alan Crotty.

Our next outing is Tim Crotty's Captain's Prize on Thursday 26th May in East Cork from 4pm to 5.30pm. New members are very welcome. Membership for the year is €20 plus €10 competition fee. Looking forward to seeing you on the 26th.



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 this coming 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.



The committee and members of Midleton GAA would like to express our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of: Patrick O’Donoghue (Ballymacoda), Ger O’Sullivan (St. Mary’s Terrace) and Tim Hurley (Rockgrove).

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