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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

17 March, 2019

Red FM Senior Hurling League

Result Midleton FT 2-14 to Killeagh 1-13
HT Midleton 0-09 to Killeagh 1-06
Played under trying conditions with a very strong wind blowing into the town end, both teams served up an entertaining hour with Midleton coming out on top playing against the wind in the 2nd half. Goals in the second half by Tommy O Connell and Cormac Beausang ensured Midleton collected the points. In a new format for the league, points are awarded as follows, 4 points for a win and both teams getting a point for fulfilling the fixture. So 5pts for Midleton to put us 3rd in the league after 4 games played, with 2 defeats followed by 2 recent victories. The panel involved in the day included: T Wallace, A Daly, S Smyth, E Moloney, S O Leary Hayes, J Nagle, Seamus O Farrell, T O Connell, C Walsh , S O Meara, J Hegarty, C Beausang, I Kennefick, A Mulcahy, Sean O Farrell, P O Keeffe, E Walsh, S Finn, G Manley, M O Keeffe, R McConville, C Gunning, H Wall, C Murphy.

Allianz Senior Hurling League

Cork travelled to Nowlan Park to take on Kilkenny in the Division 1A relegation play off.  Kilkenny were ahead at the half time break on a scoreline of 1-08 to 6pts. After a number of wides Cork settled and won it out on a score of 2-15 to 1-16. Conor Lehane contributed 8 points on the day – (6f, 1p, 165). Cork will now go into Group A next year along with Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford, Galway and Westmeath.

Intermediate Hurling League

Midleton 1-12 Kildorrery 1-15 

Last Tuesday evening we played Kildorrery in our 3rd league game on a wild evening in Kildorrery. We had 22 players present and we made sure all of them played at least 20 mins. 

Team; Coran Swayne , Adam Daly, Gavin Bagnell, Cathal Gunning , Seamus O Farrell, Eoghan Walsh, Pádraig O Farrell, Seán O Farrell, Pádraig O Keeffe, Aidan Ryan, Pádraig O Brien, Ian Kennifick, Shane Finn, Peter Dowling , Harry Wall, Subs used Billy O Shea, Aaron Mulcahy, Kieran Mulcahy, Mark O Keeffe , Michael Abernethy, Pádraig Nagle, Cian Crowley.

Junior A Football

Sunday last, our Junior A Footballers played Carrignavar. We lost 0-08 to 4-13. Team:  G Manley,  Brendan Ferriter, Eoin Ferriter, Sean O Farrell, Niall Walsh, Gavin Bagnell, Adam Daly, Sean o’Meara, Eoin Maloney, Cormac Beausang, Johnny Comer(0-7) Ronan Lynch, Cathal Gunning (0-1) Ian Kennefick, Eoghan Collins, sub used Aidan Ryan. We have no upcoming fixture just yet.

All Ireland PPS Dr Croke Cup Semi Finals

Best of Luck to Midleton CBS, Christian Brothers Cork and All Midleton Gaa Players who have reached the All Ireland PPS Semi Finals. CBS take on Presentation College Athenry in Kilmallock on Monday 18th at 2pm while CBC take on St Kierans College of Kilkenny on Wednesday 20th at 2pm in WIT.


Sun 24th Junior C Football v Lisgoold (away) at 11.30am

Sun 24th Senior Hurling League v Sarsfield (away) at 2pm

Mon 25th Intermediate Hurling League v Sarsfield  (away) at 7pm

(Please check the website as fixtures are subject to change)


Our Club Lotto was €5,800 and there was One Winner. Congratulations to Leah McSweeney.

Next Week’s Jackpot is €1,200.

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. Great prizes to be won.


Fe 16 Football League v St Michael’s

On Saturday we played our second League Football match when we took on St Michaels. The weather made for tough playing conditions with the wind making it difficult for both teams. Final Score Midleton 2-03 St Michaels 4-06

Team: James Condon, Darragh Codd, Ben O Neill, Jordan Cahill, Neil Fitzgerald, Darragh McCarthy, Cian Murray, Ciramhac Smyth ( 1-01), Daire Mooney, Evan McCarthy ( 1-02), Fintan Greenwood, Phelim Magan, Shay Bohan, Adam Fay, James O Sullivan, Craig Collins, Rory Hartnett, Cathal Beausang adn Michael Roe.


On Saturday morning last a group of our Fe 13 Hurlers crossed the border into West Waterford to take on Lismore in a challenge match. In very poor weather conditions both teams put in a very committed and honest performance. The half time score after a hard fought half was Lismore 1 goal to Midleton 2 points. The second half was as much a battle against the conditions as each other after an honest hours hurling the match finished on a scoreline of Lismore 2.00 Midleton 0.06. Well done to both teams we look forward to hosting Lismore later in the year. Our season is about to get a lot busier in the coming weeks with matches coming thick and fast all the lads are putting in a fantastic effort at training and we look forward to the league campaign continuing next week with a Football match V St Nicks. Panel: Odhran Rabbitte, Yohanis Mehigan, Josh Carey, Callum McSweeney, Ben Fitzpatrick, Conor Williams, Fionn Kelly, Cathraigh Cronin (1pt), Eoghan Frazer (1pt), Callum O Brien, Daragh Egan (2pts), Thomas Dunlea (1pt), Peter Barrett, Luca Brodkorb, Paddy Walsh, Jack Foley, John Paul McManus, Odhran Dennigan, Daniel Garde (1pt), Conor Morley, Matthew Gregory.


On Saturday afternoon last, Mallow was the venue for the next round of the Premier 2 Football League. On what was a very wet and windy day. Conditions were not ideal for what turned out to be a very good game of football. From the throw in we set the tone. After a good passage of play involving Matthew Herbert and David Kelly, the ball came nicely to Matthew McSweeney who drilled it across the face of the goals, where the waiting  Cian Stack was on hand to score from close range. With this continuous pressure we then won a forty five, this was struck by Matthew Herbert and travelled all the way to the Mallow net leaving us two goals up after 10 minutes. The home side settled and began to chip away at our lead and only for some brilliant saves from goalkeeper Josh Foley, defending from captain Sean Crowley, Dara O Conchubhair and Darragh Cronin. The score could of been much different and after 15 minutes we lead by 2-0 to 5 pts. The lads battled hard throughout the half with Sean Crowley, Eoin Ahern, Peter Barrett, Josh Hogan and David Kelly winning vital possession. As the half due to a close Rory Hynes popped up after good passage of play to score a fantastic goal to leave us 3-0 to 5 pts up at the short whistle. This gave us great confidence going into the second half, but it was Mallow who kept the pressure on. Our backs stood strong when needed and our midfield pairing Nicky Coughlan and Matthew McSweeney worked tirelessly throughout. As the half wore on our forward began to win some vital possession. A pointed free from Josh Hogan and one from play from Rory Hynes kept the score board ticking over in our favour. Mallow piled on the the pressure but our backs lead by substitute Conor Finn, Peter Barrett, Eoin Ahern and Darragh Cronin stood strong. A special mention must go to Josh Foley who made countless saves and the scoreboard could have been a lot different at the end. At the final whistle a very tired but relieved Midleton team came away from Mallow with the league points which are not an easy thing to do. Well done lads.

Easter Camp and Cúl Camps

We will hold an Easter Hurling and Football Camp for both boys and girls on April 17th from 10am to 1pm. A text message will be sent from Team Managers to Parents with details.

The Summer Cúl Camps are now open for bookings online. Again these camps are open to boys and girls and will cover the skills of Hurling/Camogie and Football. The dates for the camps in Midleton are July 1st to 5th and August 6th to 9th. Please note that early booking for the Cúl Camps is essential as places are limited.

Ladies Football

Our U14 Girls played Cloyne last Wednesday in a challenge game that proved very worthwhile. The win for our girls was a great boost for them this early in the season. Thank you to the Parents for bringing the girls out on miserable evening.

Team: Jill Connaughton, Jade Fitzgerald, Aoife Mulcahy, Selena O Riordan, Isabelle Nestor, Aisling McCarthy, Grainne Finn, Elle McManus, Rachel Ryan, Aoife Fitzgerald, Rachel Quirke, Lily Kelly, Saoirse Tagney, Kelly Quirke.

There will be no training this Bank Holiday Monday.


Congratulations and Well done to our club players who last week represented Midleton Camogie at school, divisional and county level. To all the Midleton players who reached the Cork College’s Final with their schools Colaiste an Phiarsaigh and St Mary’s High School. The final was held at the 4G pitch in Pairc Úi Chaoimh on Sunday of last week with Colaiste an Phiarsaigh claiming the title on the day. To Chloe Garde, Yvonne Abernathy & Abbie Foley who played with Imokilly U15’s last Sunday morning in Castle Road, Mahon playing Carrigdhoun and Carberry, winning both matches. To Jill Connaughton, Aoife Fitzgerald and Ruithi Hennessy part of the Cork U14 Panel on Sunday last in Mallow. We are very proud of you all girls and it great to see the club so well represented.

Minors: We begin our first ever Minor Campaign when we meet Millstreet at home on March 24th March at 5pm in the 1st round of the league. This represents another important step in the clubs development; support on the day would be much appreciated.

St Patricks Day Parade

Many Thanks to all the Boys and Girls and their Parents who walked in the St Patricks Day Parade representing Midleton Gaa, Ladies Football and Camogie Clubs. We had a great turnout on the day and everyone walked proudly up the main street.

Gym Key Fobs

We are hereby giving notice to all Gym Fob Holders that all current fobs will be deactivated on March 31st. Only those who have paid their membership for the current year will have their Fob’s re-activated. Membership is now due and all Players must have their membership paid to be able to play and train with their team. Please give your membership to your Team Manager, any Club Officer or contact Membership Officer Tracy Saunderson to arrange a time to pay.

Friends of Kieran O Connor Walk

Aghada Gaa and former Cork Gaa Footballer Kieran O Connor is facing a tough battle as he fights Ewings Sarcoma Cancer. In order to help him and his Family financially with current living and future medical expenses there will be a “Walk for Kieran” at Aghada Gaa Grounds at 2pm. There will be buses leaving the Army Surplus Store Market Green at 12pm or alternatively you can travel to Whitegate where there will be numerous car parks and buses provided to bring people back down to Rostellan pitch. Please note there will be no parking in Rosellan.

Congratulations and Best wishes to our Club Player Seamus O Farrell who is getting married to Lynda Coughlan next week.

On Saturday Morning April 6th in the Club Lounge from 10am to 1pm, Mary Quinn is holding a Coffee Morning in aid of Marymount Hospital and Hospice. All support would be appreciated.


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