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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

24 February, 2019

Allianz National League

Cork travelled to the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick for round 4 of the Allianz National League. Midleton had four players named on the Panel for the game; Conor Lehane, Cormac Beausang, Tommy O Connell and Sean O Leary Hayes.

Final Score: Cork 2-21 Limerick 1-21

Red Fm Senior Hurling League

On Saturday afternoon Midleton welcomed Ballyhea in their first league game of the season. Both sides were level at half time 12pts to 1-09. Midleton had good performances on the day by Eoin Moloney, Sean O Leary Hayes, Sean O Meara and Patrick White.

Final score Midleton 1-19, Ballyhea 1-22. Midleton will now travel to Na Piarsaigh on Thursday evening at 7.30pm.

Intermediate Hurling League

Sunday morning saw the Intermediate team travel to Rostellan to take on our near neighbours Aghada in the Intermediate Hurling League. We had a good win and well done to the 20 lads that togged out as we were able to give them all a game.

Final Score Midleton 1-20 Aghada 1-13. 

Team: Coran Swayne, Billy O Shea ,Gavin Bagnell Harnett, Cathal Gunning, Eoin Walsh, Seamus O Farrell, Ryan McConville, Pádraig O Keeffe, Sean O Farrell, Aidan Ryan , Jake Hegerty, Ian Kennefick, Mark O Keeffe, Peter Dowling, Harry Wall. Subs used, Shane Finn

Michael Abernethy, Chris Power, Aaron Mulcahy, Conor Evans

East Cork Junior C League

Our Junior C Footballers travelled to Cobh on Sunday last for their first game in the division 4 league. Final score: Midleton 0-07, Cobh 5-06.

Team: Jerome Curtin, Andy Rea, Sean Corcoran, Ronan Lynch, Mark Daly, Eoin Ferriter, Conor Evans, Loic Nganou, Luke Smith, Cairan Evans, Michael Keohane, Joe Loftus, Davy O Brien, Coleman Quinn, Eoghan Collins. Subs Used: Declan McInerney.

U21 A Football Championship

Midleton travelled to the Pike field on Friday evening to take on Glanmire in the East Cork Football Championship. Final Score: Midleton 3-09, Glanmire 1-13. Well done Lads.

Team: Alan Power, Cormac O Brien, Eoin Mitchell, Mark Daly, Shane Finn, Sean O Meara, Adam Daly (-01), Eoin Moloney, Christian Murphy, Cathal Gunning, Tommy O Connell, Padraig O Brien (-01), Garran Manley (2-04,2f), Sean O Leary Hayes (-02), Harry Wall (-01). Subs used Luke Smith (1-0), Ronan Lynch and Conor O Farrell

Minor Football League

Our Minor team kicked off their season with a great win over St Michaels in Mahon on Saturday.  Final Score Midleton 4-09 St Michaels 2-13.

Team: Alex Pranger, Dan Cagney, Dan O Sullivan, Christian Murphy, Gavin Reddy, Cain Crowley, Caharlie Walsh, Jack Fitzgerald (-01), Tim O Sullivan (-01), Leo Hennessy (1-0), Aaron Mulcahy (-01), Patrik Kane, Paul Connaughton (2-01), Dave Scanlon, Conor Fitzgerald (1-05,1f). Subs used: Ethan Daly Harkin, Will O Sullivan, Ryan Cahill and Luke Deane.

On Sunday afternoon 20 players had a good run out against the Cork U16’s on the 4G pitch in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

All Ireland Schools ¼ Final

Harty Cup Winners Midleton CBS will take on Colaiste Eoin from Dublin on Saturday March 2nd. Venue and time have yet to be confirmed.

Fixtures this week

Wed 27th Junior C Football League v Aghada in Rostellan at 8pm

Thurs 28th Senior Hurling League v Na Piarsaigh (away) at 7.30pm

Friday March 1st Fe16 Football League v Youghal (away) at 8pm

Sunday March 3rd Junior C Football League v Lisgoold (away) 11.30am

(Please note fixtures can be subject to change. Check the website for details)

Dinner Dance

2018 was a great sporting year for our Club and in recognition of that we are holding a Dinner Dance on Saturday 2nd of March in Midleton Park Hotel. This is an opportunity for all our Adult players across all our Clubs and Codes, Club Officers, Club Committee Members, Team Managers, Coaches, Parents and Supporters to come together and celebrate the 2018 Club achievements. There will be a small bit of business to conduct on the night with medal presentations but once that is concluded it will be on to fine food, music, dancing and a club night to remember. Tickets €40 must be purchased before Thursday 28th February as final numbers are required. Contact John Ferriter, Paudie O’Brien and Mairéad Beausang. No tickets available on the night so avoid disappointment and get your tickets.


Our Club Lotto was €5,200 and there was No Winner. Lucky Dips winners were: Ger Goldspring, Paudie Griffin, Ann Lehane, Irene Budds, Maura Deady.  

Next Week’s Jackpot is €5,400.

Tickets are available at the Club Bar, O’Neill’s Bar, Linehans 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.


Bingo takes place every Friday night at 8pm.Everybody is welcome to attend. Usual Jackpot plus huge sheet values – Green €700, Blue €500. T&C’s apply.



On Saturday afternoon we played away in our first Football game of the year against Blarney. The game was played in Rathpeacon GAA pitch on a dry and sunny afternoon, although the pitch was very soft underfoot. We had the breeze in the first half with both teams getting off to a slow start. The score was a point to each team after fifteen minutes, with our point coming from Tadgh O’Leary Hayes. Blarney finished the first half the stronger of the two teams, scoring 1:03 without reply. We did almost pull a goal back just before the halftime whistle when Evan McGrath struck the post. At halftime we made a few positional changes. We started the second half stronger than we had been in the first half and we slowly pulled our way back into the game, our forward line worked tirelessly and won a lot of frees, which were dispatched by Mikey Finn. We also managed to pull a goal back through Mikey, but unfortunately, we were caught on the break a couple of times and Blarney kept the scoreboard ticking over in their favour and caught us with a couple of goals. The entire team kept working and never gave up and we scored a late point from Michael Rowe, but it just wasn’t our day. The players put in a great effort throughout and they can be very proud of their effort. It was our first game of the season, so it was great to be back out on the pitch. Our next game is in two weeks’ time. Final Score Midleton 1:06 Blarney 3.07.

Panel: Mikey Finn, Ben Kenneally, Tiarnan Roche, Michael Roe, Brian O’Connell, Fionn Dalton, Dara Scanlon, Tadgh O’Leary Hayes, Darragh Fitzgerald, Daniel Coffey, Rory Lister, David Greene, William Kavanagh, Cathal Beausang, Sean Fraser, Rian de Barra & Ben Keannally


We travelled to Aghada for a challenge match on Saturday morning. This was the lads first outing on a full pitch and lads acquitted themselves well. The result didn't go our way as we lost 3-05 to 3-01 but there were a lot of good performances on the day especially from our new players Josh Carey and Jack White. Jack Foley, Callum McSweeney Senan Gleeson and Mathew Gregory also impressed for the Magpies. Scorers for Midleton Jack Foley 1-01, Callum McSweeney 1-00 and Callum Deegan 1-00

Panel: Shane McNamara, Senan Gleeson, Josh Carey, Jack White, Gearóid Cashman, Odhran Rabbite, Jack Foley, James McSweeney, Callum Deegan, Callum McSweeney, Jack O'Connell, Keiran Connelly, Sean McSharry, Alex Cahill, Mathew Gregory and John Paul McManus.


Lismore was the venue on Saturday afternoon for the first hurling match of the year. On a beautiful spring day the lads took on Lismore in what turned out to be a very competitive match. With the pitch quiet soft, the lads adapted well to the tricky conditions. From the off we were competitive throughout the field, with some very good displays from Conor Finn , Mikey Pedley, Lochlann Stewart, Sean Crowley and Patrick O Dowd. We played some good hurling at times and we took some very good scores from play. While we came out on the wrong side of the score line, the way we battled as a team was very pleasing to see. Thanks to Lismore for hosting and providing well deserved refreshments afterwards.

Fe 11

Eight of our players participated in Hurling Super Games Centre in Pairc Ui Choimh 4G pitch on Friday. The lads played a number of matches in mixed teams from participating clubs and they played ve ry well indeed. Thanks to Paudie O’Brien GDA for organizing it. Players: Noah Dunlea, Darragh Mullins, Jack Cahill, Senan Carroll, Cian Lawton, Ciaran Kelly, Jack Walsh, Liam Walsh.

Ladies Football

Training for this week:

-U8’s at the Community Centre from 6-7pm

-U10’s will return to the side pitch of the Gaa Club from 6-7pm. Please note the earlier time for the coming weeks. Can girls please wear suitable footwear as the ground is soft and mucky!

-U12’s returned after the winter break on Monday the18th of February. Training is on 6-7pm each Monday in the side pitch at Midleton GAA Club until extended daylight allows us to resume to our usual 7-8pm training in the Tech field. We will notify parents of the change in the time/venue in due course.

-U14’s at the side pitch of the GAA Club from 6.30-7.30pm

-U16’s / Minors and Juniors at the side pitch of the Gaa Club 7.30-8.30pm.

Cork Ladies Football played Tipperary in their National Football League game in a double header at Pairc Ui Rinn on Saturday. Their game preceded the Men’s Cork v Meath game. Midleton’s Orlagh Farmer lined out for Cork. Cork were leading at half time by 5 points and seemed to be in control but Tipp scored three goals in the second half and went on to win by the narrowest of margins. Full Time score: Cork 1-18(21) Tipperary 3-13(22). Cork will travel to Monaghan on March 3rd.


Midleton GAA club would like to offer its condolences to the Ring family on the death of Rita Ring wife to the late Christy Ring. May she Rest in Peace.




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