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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News - June 16

16 June, 2022



Our Fé8s made the journey to Togher on Saturday morning to take on St. Finbarrs and a brilliant morning of hurling was had by all. Well done lads and keep up the great work.


Well done to our Fé10s who put in a super performance in gaelic football at Home against Ballincollig on Saturday. All three teams of nine players each got some great scores throughout each of their games. Thanks to Ballincollig for making the trip East and thanks to all the parents for their great support.


On Saturday we travelled to Dungarvan (above) to play two hurling challenge games against Abbeyside. A great afternoon’s hurling saw one result go our way and one against. Thanks to Abbeyside for the looking after us so well.

On Monday we headed for Ballincollig (below) for our football group one league opener. A hard evening’s football followed. Well done to the boys for never giving up and playing until the final whistle, despite being on the back foot from the start.


The Fé14 lads were at home to Bandon in the semi-final of the P2 football championship in Clonmult Memorial Park. The Magpies started well with goals from James O’Meara and Dara Birdthistle, followed by another goal from Scott Dunlea giving Midleton a half time lead of 3-3 to 0-7. However, this really was a game of two halves with Bandon coming into the game in the second-half. In fairness to Midleton, and despite a number of injuries, the lads never gave up but unfortunately were unable to get the scores that their overall play deserved, with Bandon running out winners on a score line of 3-5 to 1-14.

MIDLETON: Bradley O’Brien, Jason Morley, Harry Waterman (captain), Rian Casey, Jack Walsh, Shane O’Mahony, Ruairi O’Riordan, Senan Carroll), Dara Birdthistle, Darragh Mullins, Max Murphy, James O’Meara, Cian Lawton, Scott Dunlea, Ewan Murphy,  Michael Allegrini, Sean Gregory, Patrick Collins, Adam Spillane, James Carey, Jamie O’Donovan, Alex Horgan.


The semi-final of the P1 hurling shield saw the lads make the short trip to Dungourney to play Kiltha Óg. With numbers low due to holidays and other commitments, this was always going to be a difficult match with little between these two teams over the last number of years. The first half was more of the same with the sides level at half time on a score line of Midleton 2-3 Kiltha Óg 1-6, the Midleton goals coming from Shane O’Mahony and Sean Gregory. The Midleton lads upped their work rate in the second half and were full value for their two point victory, the final score reading Kiltha Óg 1-12 Midleton 2-11.

MIDLETON: Michael Allegrini, Patrick Collins, Jason Morley, Fionn Bohan, Scott Dunlea, Max Murphy, Jack Walsh, Patrick O’Dowd, Harry Waterman, Dara Birdthistle, Senan Carroll (Captain), Sean Gregory, Ewan Murphy, James Carey, Shane O’Mahony, Jamie O’Donovan, Adam Spillane, Liam Walsh, Peader Egan, Ciaran Kelly.  


We take on Carrigtwohill in the Championship Shield Final on Friday night at 8pm in Killeagh. All support would be greatly appreciated.


A massive well done and thank you to Brion Saunderson, Coleman Quinn, Tim O'Sullivan and Christian Murphy who have done a brilliant job over recent weeks in coaching in the Educate Togther, St. John The Baptist and Gaelscoil primary schools. It has been a great success and we are hoping for a bigger roll out with more schools included in the new academic year.



Rebel Og Coiste Fe14 Prem 1 Hurling Shield Championship Final

Carrigtwohill v Midleton at 8pm in Killeagh


Rebel Og Coiste Fe13 P1 Football League Phase 2

Glanmire v Midleton at 11am at Sallybrook


Rebel Og Coiste Fe16 Hurling League 13 aside Group 1

Midleton v Nemo Rangers at 7pm in Midleton


Rebel Og Coiste Fe15 Premier 1 Hurling League

Midleton v Carrigaline at 7.30pm in Midleton




Our Fe7 girls hosted Castlemartyr over the weekend at home at Park South. A great day was had by all. Thanks to all who supported us and to Castlemarty for travelling up to us. Well done girls!


Our Fé9s welcomed Erins Own on Sunday morning at home in Clonmult Park. Great skills were on display from both teams and great fun was had. Thanks to Erins Own for coming down to us and all the parents for their support.


Our Fé14 Camogie team hosted Dungourney at Park South recently in the Imokilly League. It was great to see that the rain showers had not dampened their enthusiasm for playing. The girls worked extremely hard as usual all over the field and got the bit of luck they deserved in the second-half to come from behind and win by a single point. Everyone was able to contribute, with the improvement in passing particularly evident in the game. Well done again girls. Keep up the hard work.


Midleton 1-13 Bride Rovers 2-10

In our first ever adult camogie final we had a titanic battle with Bride Rovers on Monday night at Castle Road with the game ending all square after a great hour of camogie.

Our girls gave it everything and were superb from start to finish. We led 1-10 to 1-4 at the break. Sadhbh Beausang led the way with 1-4 from play, followed closely by the outstanding Abbie Foley who had 0-5 (4f). Lucy Wallis also popped up with a score. We found scores a bit harder to come by in the second-half with Jodie Keegan O’Connell adding a point from play and two more Abbie Foley frees saw us level at the end. Jill Connaughton was her usual reliable self in goals, with great performances  in our backs from Ruthie Hennessy, Muireann Ni Conchubhair , Leah Hogan and Jade Bradley. Yvonne Abernethy and Lucy Wallis  got through a pile of work in midfield and with the aforementioned Abbie Foley and  Sadhbh Beausang leading the way in the forwards. We will do it all again at a time and venue TBC.

MIDLETON: Jill Connaughton, Ruthie Hennessy Jade Bradley, Muireann Ni Chonchubhair Leah Hogan, Aoife Fitzgerland, Roisin O’Callaghan Yvonne Abernethy, Lucy Wallis 0-1, Emma O’Sullivan, Sadhbh Beausang(1-4), Abbie Foley 0-0(6f)),Rayanna Power, Jodie Keegan O’Connell (0-1),Hannah Power, Rachel Ryan, Jade Fitzgerald, Elle McManus, Abbie Quirke,



Our senior hurlers picked up their second win of the league on Friday night in front of fine crowd at Clonmult Memorial Park when they defeated Blackrock in a highly entertaining and high scoring encounter. Full-time score: Midleton 3-27 Blackrock 2-22.

The seniors are back in league action this evening (Thursday) when they travel to take on Na Piarsaigh from 7.30pm.


Our intermediate hurlers continue their league journey on Sunday with another East Cork derby in Ballynoe against St. Catherines. Throw-in is 11.30am.

Best wishes to David Scanlon and Sean O'Farrell who were injured in a recent intermediate game and will be on the sidelines for the foreseeable future.


Our Junior A Hurlers are back in league action on Monday night (June 20) when they host Watergrasshill at 7.30pm.


We take on Killeagh on Tuesday night (June 21) in our next league game at 7.30pm at Park South.

We are then in championship action against Cobh in Carrigtwohill on Sunday week (June 26) at 3pm.



Well done to Conor, Tommy, Sean, Sam and all the Cork players and management on their All-Ireland Premliminary Quarter-Final win over Antrim on a scoreline of 3-27 to 2-19 in Belfast. 

Best of luck to all on Saturday coming when they take on Galway in the All-Ireland Quarter-finals in Thurles at 1.45pm. It will be followed at 3.45pm by Clare v Wexford.




The U-14s have progressed to an East Cork Final. They had a convincing win against Na Piarsaigh. Well done to all the players, you all played an important part in qualifying for the Final. Big thank you to Na Piarsaigh for travelling to Midleton. We wish them well for the rest of the season.

The final take place this Saturday in Ballinacurra pitch at 2.30pm. We would encourage as many people as possible to come along and show your support to the girls. Beat of luck to all the players and management.


Our U-12 girls were back in action on Monday evening with a home game against St Colemans. A great team effort from start to finish. There are few games left in the league which will be organised for the coming weeks.


Our own Orlagh Farmer is running a Ladies Football camp at Park South from July 25-28.

All camps will be coached by the Cork Senior & Minor Ladies Footballers with all money going to the Senior Team coaching fund. It’s a four day camp for girls aged 6 to 13. It runs from 10am to 2pm each day. Cost is €70 including a camp jersey. Pre-booking is required at the following link.



Time to book in your team for the 2022 Midleton GAA Golf Classic. It will take place at East Cork Golf Club on July 20/21. The Golf Classic was launched recently by Midleton senior hurlers, Ross O'Regan, Paul Haughney and Luke O'Farrell.

Timesheet now open - please contact Liam Walsh (087-9610346) or Criostóir O Cathasaigh (087-6891438) or if you’d like to sponsor a tee box. This is a major fundraiser for our club and any support would be greatly appreciated.


The Midleton GAA golf society will hold an outing to Mahon Golf Club on Saturday, June 25. The tee times are from 1.20pm to 2.50pm. €30 green fee and competition fee.



Midleton GAA “One Club” which now has 1400 members and incorporates GAA (Adult & Juvenile), Ladies Football and Camogie and Magpie All Stars (section for players with additional needs) is looking for a Volunteer Recruitment Officer.

You may or may not be currently involved or connected with Midleton GAA ………. it doesn’t matter. What matters is that you have a passion for working with your local community and in making a real difference. You will work with our Volunteer Support Committee to identify Club Volunteer requirements, and prepare and execute strategies to recruit, retain and fulfil the club volunteer requirements for Midleton GAA.

Check out all the details and how you can apply by clicking on the link below.



The winning numbers this week were: 17, 18, 27 and bonus 6.

There was no jackpot winner or Match 3 Jackpot winner

This week’s lucky dip winners were: Veronica Kennefick, Tricia Burchill, Mary Hennessy, Eva Bransfield.

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).



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



The next Irish music night in the club pavillion will take place on Friday, June 24.



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.



We are asking all players, mentors, parents, supporters and neighbours to please play their part by playing ball on the following.....

Please slow down entering and leaving Park South.

No dogs, except assistance dogs, are allowed at Park South or Clonmult Memorial Park.

Please do not bring single use plastic bottles to either Park South or Clonmult Memorial Park.

Please put your rubbish in a bin or bag and please bring your gear home with you.

And always be aware of the open water surrounding the pitches in Park South.

If you are a coach, please pass on these simple messages to players and parents.



Midleton GAA Hall is available for next few months to hire every Tuesday and Thursday night for June, July and August. Contact: Pat O'Brien – 086-8118815.



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