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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

21 April, 2019

Senior Hurling Championship

On Sunday our Senior Hurlers started their Championship campaign with a clash with The Glen in Pairc Uí Rinn. The first half was a close encounter with only a point between the sides at half time. The Glen took the lead in the 54th minute and which saw them eventual winners. Full Time score Midleton 0-16 The Glen 1-17

Team: Tommy Wallace, Seádnaidh Smyth, Eoghan Moloney, Padraig O Farrell, Seamus O Farrell, Seán O Leary Hayes, Luke Dineen, Aidan Ryan, Cormac Walsh, Cormac Beausang, Seán O Meara(02), Tommy O Connell, Garan Manley(01), Conor Lehane (0-11), Ross O Regan(02). Subs used Eoghan Walsh, Jake Hegarty.

Junior Hurling League Division 2

Midleton 1-14 Killeagh 14pts 

Our Junior Hurlers travelled to Killeagh last Tuesday night to play our first league game and came away with a 3pt win in what was a close game right up to final whistle.

Team: Coran Swayne, Brendan Ferriter, Eoin Ferriter, Conor o Farrell, Pat Stack, Sean O Sullivan, Henry Foster, Mark O Keeffe, Billy O Shea, Luke Finnerty, Padraig O Brien, Shane Ryan, Andrew Rea, Joe Loftus, Niall Walsh, Paul Aherne, Conor Evans, Fergus Wade, Shane Goulding.


Monday 22nd Fé16  v St Coleman’s C3 League (home) at 4pm

Tues 23rd Fé13 C3 League v Sarsfield in Glanmire Community College at 7.15pm

Wed 24th Minor Hurling Championship Round 1 v Sarsfields in Cobh at 6.45pm

Fri 26th Junior C Hurling v Bride Rovers (home) at 7.30pm

Fri 26th Fé13 P1 V St Catherines (away) at 6pm

Sat 27th Fé12 C3 League v Douglas (away) at 3pm

Sat 27th Fé14 C3 League v Aghada (home) at 6pm

*Please check the website as fixtures may change*


Our Club Lotto was €2,000 and there was No Winner. Lucky Dip winners were Sinead Savage, Una Hennessy, Mary Lane/Ellen Sheehan, Paul Spillane, Shelia Flavey.

Next Week’s Jackpot is €2,200.

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.


Big crowd in last Friday and another €1,000 winner,that is three in five weeks. Congratulations to R. Higgins. Next session on Friday at 8pm. On offer jackpot €1,000.

Game 4* €500.  Sheets*  Green €860, Blue €500 and Pink €370. Everybody most welcome. T&C apply.

Easter Camp

A mixed Hurling and Football Camp will take place on Wednesday 24th from 10am – 1pm for Fé 7 – Fé12. If you wish to book a place for your child please text your name to your Team Manager. Camp cost €15 with a % of the proceeds going to the Kieran O Connor Fund.



The Fé6 boys continue to train every Saturday morning at the GAA club at 10am with huge enthusiasm. Thanks to those who continue to help out with the tea and coffee during training and to the Club for providing facilities. If you are available to help out any time please contact Michael. 

Fé 8

On Saturday last we made the short trip to Rostellan to take part in the latest under 8 Rebel Og football blitz. On what was a cold morning we had 30 young and enthusiastic magpies togged and ready for action. Games were played against Aghada,  Killeagh,  Carrigtwohill, Youghal and Castlelyons. Progress continues to be made by this group and the morning was enjoyed by all. We took a well deserved break for the long weekend and we are back in action with the big ball again on Saturday 27th April.


On Sunday we followed up with a good win over Blackrock in the C3 hurling league. Again, from the off we got on top early with some fine hurling played from Captain Jake Kirby, Noah Cahill, Tomas Geary, Patrick O Dowd ( 1-01 )and Josh Hogan ( 0-4 pts ). The Rockies however are not a team to yield easily and battled hard and at the short whistle we were 2-06 to 1-02 in front. On the resumption we picked up from were we left off with some fine scores from Lochlann Stewart ( 2-01 ) Cian Stack ( 0-01 ). We finished the game strong and there was fine work from Shane O Connor, Rhys Quill , Daniel Donovan ( 1-00 ). FINAL SCORE Midleton 6-07 Blackrock 2-05

Fé 13

Na Piarsaigh were the visitors to Clonmult Pairc on Wednesday night last for our first home game of the C3 Hurling League. It was a perfect evening for hurling with a dry sod and light winds on a sunny evening. From the early exchanges it was obvious that our lads had too much firepower for a game Na Piarsaigh side. With our forwards seeing plenty of the ball Sean McSharry was on fire knocking over some fantastic points from play. Odhran Dennigan and Jack Foley and Callum O’Brien in the half forward line were dominating the play and supplying our inside forwards with plenty of ball, they made hay rattling off 2 goals and 6 points in the first 15mins. Na Piarsaigh then rallied and had us under pressure for the next 10 mins but they couldn’t break down our back line in which Aaron O Donavan (making his debut), Josh Carey, John Paul McManus , Adam O Connor and Ben Fitzpatrick were excellent. We finished the half strongly and held a strong lead at half time. The second half saw the visitors give us a much sterner test however we continued to keep the scoreboard ticking over. Callum Deegan at midfield and Shane Mc Namara up front were having fine games, Shane cracking in a fine goal which gave the keeper no chance. Na Piarsaigh to their credit kept trying to force their way back into the game and were eventually rewarded with a goal, they had us under pressure now but squandered a number of scoring opportunities . Our forwards were not so wasteful, and kept the Piarsaigh backs very busy. Piarsaigh then struck over a beautiful point from play and followed this with a well struck goal, our lads had the final say with a Jack Foley point and Sean McSharry getting an excellent individual goal . Well done to the lads on a second win in the campaign next up is Sars in Glanmire Community College pitch on Wednesday evening , this will be a much sterner test

Fé 16

On Tuesday evening our Fé16’s travelled to The Glen for the second of their League games. These matches are always tough encounters with Midleton coming out on top in the last few meetings. From the very start it was very tight with both teams getting on the scoreboard early. Half time score was Midleton 1-07, The Glen, 2-03. The second half saw The Glen starting stronger and getting the points on the board made the difference. Full time score Midleton 1-10, The Glen 3-11

Scorers for Midleton on the night Darragh McCarthy, Phelim Magan, Ciarmhac Smyth and Tiernán Roche. 

Ladies Football

Midleton Ladies Football Club were delighted to welcome Waterford Inter County Hurler Austin Gleeson to Midleton Gaa Club on Friday. The Club recently won a set of playing Jerseys from Balon Sports which were kindly sponsored by Murphy’s Gloves and Sliotars. Austin very kindly took time out from his busy training schedule to travel up from Waterford to present our U14 team with the fantastic gear. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to him and wish him all the best in this year’s Championship with his Club Mount Sion and Wateford.

Best of Luck to our U14 girls who will represent East Cork in the Cork Reginal Feile tomorrow Monday in Mallow.They have Clonakility, Mourneabbey and Éire Og in their group.

Fé 12

Our Fé 12’s were out on Thursday evening for a practice game away to Ballyphehane LGFA. It was a lovely bright evening for a game of football. The girls played well. And took full advantage of this practice game to hone their skills. They came away with a win on the night. The team on the night were: Roisín McManus, Cáit O’ Leary Hayes, Ciara Murphy, Lily Kelly, Caoilinn Fraser, Hannah O Brien, Rebecca Ryan, Leah Costigan, Ciara McGrath, Emma Keeshan, Emma Fitzgerald, Sadhbh Cronin, Sheila O’ Leary Hayes, Nora O’ Leary Hayes.


In the U16 B East Cork League our girls travelled to Shanagarry on Saturday morning last. In a terrific game of football in sun drenched Shanagarry, Midleton came out on top on a score line of 4:15 to 2:4. To put it simply a fantastic game of ball from two very committed teams. The score not doing justice to the gallant efforts of the St Coleman’s girls. Unfortunately for the St Coleman’s girls, they came up against one of the best performances that this bunch of girls have produced this year.

The game started with us winning the ball from the throw in and stormed into a 1:2 lead. We camped in St Coleman’s side of the pitch for the first 10 minutes. It took a while for St Colemans to get into the game, but when they did, they stormed into the game, and owned the middle 10 minutes, scoring 1:2, and from then it was relentless stuff from one end of the field to another. Great pace from both sets of girls. However 5 minutes before half time Midleton with good passing movement stormed into a half time lead of 3:8 to 1:2.

The second half was a carbon copy of the first with St Colemans commanding the middle 10mins and Midleton the first and last 10 min periods.

 Final Score Midleton 4:15 St Colemans 2:4

Great credit to both teams who fought for every ball and served up a great entertaining game for the large crowd that came out to support the girls. Well done to the Midleton girls on a deserved win.

We wish all the U14 girls the very best in the County Feile on Bank Holiday Monday in Mallow GAA complex. 

Panel: Leah Hogan,Megan Kelly, Jodie Keegan O'Connell (0-3), Caoimhe Cronin, Emma O'Sullivan, Ella Quirke (3-1) & Grace O'Leary, Jill Connaughton. Saoirse Ni Theangana, Aisling McCarthy (0-1), Aoife Fitzgerald, Grainne Finn (0-1) Rachel Quirke (0-7) Denise Collins & Mischa Daly Harkin (1-2)


Congratulations to Jill Connaughton who captained Cork U14 team in Limerick last weekend taking on Galway and winning the day!! Well done Jill we are all very proud of you.

Secondly Well done to Ruithi Hennessy who played with Cork U14 team also last weekend and won their group at the blitz in Limerick!! Great achievement Ruithi,well done. 

The U10’s travelled to Youghal to play the hosts on Tuesday night. Another great display from the girls who are getting better with every game! Thanks to Youghal for hosting us and the wonderful parents for supporting the girls 

Huge congratulations to Lucy Wallace and all on the Cork Minor A Camogie panel who defeated Kilkenny yesterday in WIT in the All Ireland semi final . All road lead to the All Ireland final next weekend!





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