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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

26 May, 2019

Junior Football Championship

Midleton v Cloyne on Friday night in Ballincaurra. Final Score : Midleton 2-13 Cloyne 4-09. Team: Pa White, Seán o’Farrell, Luke Dineen, Cathal Gunning, Niall Walsh, Pa O’Farrell, Seadhaidh Smyth, Adam Daly, Sean O’Meara (-1),Cormac Beausang (1-3),Sean O’Leary Hayes , Cormac Walsh(-4), Tommy O Connell , Johnny Comer(-4f)Kieran Mulcahy (1-0). Subs, Aidan Ryan ,Gavin Bagnell Hartnett.


Wed 29th Fé14 P1 League v Glanmire (away) 7pm

Fri 31st Senior Hurling League v Kanturk (home) 7.30pm


Our Club Lotto was €3,000 and there was No Winner. Lucky Dip winners were Joe Lehane, B O Neill, Leo Hennessy, William Wallace and Zeta Daly.

Next Week’s Jackpot is €3,200.

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.You and your Friends are most welcome to attend.

Cúl Camp 2019

The July Cúl Camp is now fully booked. Please note we will not be in a position to accept any more names now or on the morning of the camp. There are still some places available for the Camp on August 6th-9th. These bookings can be made on line.



No training last Saturday for the Fé6 boys due to the Street League Davy Hogan finals so we hope all the boys were practicing at home! Next Saturday June 1st we welcome Douglas to Midleton for our first Fé6 hurling match of the year. Please confirm availability ASAP by text. Throw in at 12.30 - we ask parents to be at the club at 12.15pm. 


Over the past few weeks we have participated in 2 Rebel Og hurling blitz’s. The first one a few weeks back was held in Carrigtwohill and the opposition included Carrig and Aghada. On Saturday last we made the short trip to Aghada where the opposition included St Catherine’s, Fr O Neills, Sars, Carrig and Aghada again. For both mornings we had over 30 young Magpies togged all of whom are improving, progressing and most importantly enjoying themselves. We will continue to training Thursdays at 7pm.


On Saturday afternoon last we took on Douglas in the next round of the Premier 1 Hurling league. On a beautiful sunny day in Clonmult Memorial Park, the boys endured a tough day at the office. We started really well with a fabulous score from midfielder Nicky Coughlan. Soon after Douglas took control of proceedings and outscored us 1-09 to 0-1pt at the short whistle. This was despite the efforts of the impressive Conor Finn, Josh Hogan and the aforementioned Coughlan. The second half we competed a bit better and tried to stay with our opponents but to no avail. We had countless wides and just couldn’t get into the game. The boys were extremely disappointed with this uncharacteristic display, also as coaches left us with a bit of head scratching.  We will park it up and move on. Well done also to all the boys from the U12 group who took part in the Scaith na Scoil this week. With Ballintotis, Gaelscoil, Midleton CBS and Scartleigh NS all reaching the finals. Well done again to all involved.


Fe 13 Premier 1 v St Finbarrs

A fixture steeped in history Midleton V St Finbarrs in hurling last season we had a battle royale with the Barrs in Togher we had come out of that one with a narrow victory. Ideal weather conditions and a firm pitch at Clonmult Pairc set the scene for this encounter. We started with intent Peter Barrett got us off the mark with an excellent point from play, James McSweeney also pointed from play then Peter struck over two fine points from play to put us in a strong position after 10 mins. The Barrs responded well launching a series of attacks which our keeper Odhran Rabbitte dealt with assuredly displaying very good control and long deliveries never the less our opponents struck over three well taken points from play, the exchanges were keenly contested a long delivery from Eoghan Fraser to the edge of the square found Paddy Walsh, Paddy managed to get the ball to Fionn Kelly from 13 meters Fionn Struck for a very well taken goal. Then Darragh Egan hit a point quickly followed by a Daniel Garde point, good work from Daniel Garde saw Peter Barrett rattle the Barr’s net then Eoghan Fraser struck a neat point we seemed to be in a good position with minutes to go in the first half but the Barrs hit 1.02 in rapid succession to put them right back in the game. Peter finished the scoring with another well taken point to leave the half time score Midleton 2.08 St Finbarrs 1.05. The second half saw the Barr’s out of the blocks quickly they struck an early goal and the game burst into life. With Thomas Dunlea and James McSweeney now operating in mid field we began to control the game, James pointed from play the Barrs responded with another point. Three points from James two from frees and one from play put some distance between the teams. Our defenders centre back Carthaigh Cronin, full back Josh Carey, Adam O Connor and Conor Williams were ensuring any Barrs attacks were nullified. Darragh Egan then struck for a goal two more points from James one from play one from a free had now put us well in control. Thomas then pointed from play before the impressive Darragh Egan goaled again. Jack Foley then pointed a free to conclude what was an impressive team performance. Final score Midleton 4.16, St Finbarrs 2.06. Our next outing is v Douglas in hurling at home on Monday 27th.

On Saturday next Thomas Dunlea plays with the Cork Primary Games team during the interval at the Cork V Waterford SHC match in Pairc Úi Chaoimh. This is a great honour for Thomas and his family and all his team mates wish him the best of luck, no doubt many will be there in the stands supporting him.

Sciath na Scoil; Well done to all our players involved in Sciath na Scol finals this week , the CBS lads Callum O’Brien, Daniel Garde, Conor Morley, Callum Deegan, Matthew Gregory and Yohannis Mehigan who had a fine win. Saleen NS’s Eoghan Fraser and Gaelscoil’s Thomas Dunlea, Daragh Egan, Sennan Gleeson, Paddy Walsh, Odhran Dennigan, Ben Fitzpatrick, Carthaigh Cronin, John Paul Mc Manus, Callum McSweeney, Peter Barrett, James McSweeney, Adam O’Connor, Jack O Connell, Kieran Connolly, and Sean McSharry. To Fionn Kelly who won with Scoil Na nÓg. Well done to Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corran cailíní who had an impressive win in their final on Thursday.


On Monday last, the 20th we travelled to ovens to play Eire Og in football. On a lovely evening for football we started very strongly with a well taken goal from Daragh fitz followed by a point from Evan McGrath. Eire og assisted by a breeze then settled and got 2 goals and a point of their own. However it was Midleton who finished out the half strongly and with our half back line of Tagdh Bohan, Rory Lester and Alex Moloney pressing and putting enormous pressure on Eire Og we got in for another goal from Cian Lambe followed by 3 more points, 1 from Oscar Brennan and 2 more from Daragh fitz. Half time Midleton 2 4, Eire Og 2-3. In the second half Midleton were completely dominant, Thomas O Connor pounced for a wonderful goal, Fitz added another point before our hard working full forward, Dara Scanlon got his goal. Niall Lang added another point followed by 2 more from Alex Moloney who carried the ball into the danger area at every opportunity. Another goal with 10 minutes still to play put this game firmly out of reach or Eire Og. During this opening 20 minutes of the second half Midleton held Eire Og to a solitary point thanks mainly to fantastic work from our full back line of Adam Collins, Darragh Ahern and Cormac MacAongusa. Alex Howard was realible in goal as always. Zack Smith, Oscar Brennan, Evan McGrath and Eoin Higgins covered every inch of the pitch to ensure plenty of ball was delivered to the forward line. Well done to all our lads involved on their work rate. Many thanks to all those who supported the team.

Davy Hogan Street Leagues

The final day of the 2019 Midleton Street League Davy Hogan competition took place on Saturday at Clonmult Park. All teams, coaches & parents gathered at Midleton Farmers Market on Saturday morning with excitement and some nerves in the air. All players wearing the black and white then proudly marched behind piper Olan McCarthy to the club for a 10am throw in. All 6 teams played their last group game with a place in the final still up for grabs. After some entertaining hurling the honour of a place in the final went to the  Owenacurra team, captained by Max Murphy, and the Forkums team captained by Senan Carroll. In what turned out to be a very exciting final with some fantastic hurling on both sides, it was Forkums who emerged victorious by the narrowest of margins on a score of 2-03 to 1-05. The Forkums panel consisted of Senan Carroll (captain), Caellum Evans, Cathal Kavanagh, Charlie OSullivan, Ciaran Kelly, Fionn Byrne, Jamie McNamara, Jay Murray, John OSullivan, Josh Quill, Kieran Breathnach, Peader Egan, Ronán Mackessy and Sean Gregory. The Owenacurra panel consisted of Max Murphy (captain), Alan Fitzgerald, Bréanainn ODalaigh, Ciaran Newcombe, Dara Birdthistle, Deniss Brusevics, Dylan McInerney, Finn Murray, Jack Cahill, Leon Davis, Liam Walsh, Luke Howard, Manus Stewart, Max Wisniewski, Patrick OBrien, Patrick ODowd and Sean McLoughlin. 

Thanks to the Hogan Family for attending and presenting the cup in memory of Davy Hogan. 

Thanks to coordinator Tom Casey for all his work over the last few weeks in ensuring a fair and entertaining competition for all involved.

Thanks to Super Valu who provided much needed refreshments on the day. Thanks also to all the parents who provided food and assistance on the day. 

Thanks to our young referees on the day, Sean, Charlie and Ryan and to Pa Beausang who officiated for the final. Finally thanks to Andrew Foley for some fantastic photos ensuring that the memories of the day will last a lifetime for all involved. 

We look back 110 years to another Forkums winning team from 1909. See the picture attached:

Back row left to right; PJ Curtin, Mick Regan, Jackles Curtin, Ned Desmond, Tom O Mahony, Ned Stokes, Dick Gleeson.

Middle row left to right; WF Williams,Willie Ahern, Willei Ahern (Main street), Jerry Ahern, Pat Desmond, Johnny Connors, John Joe Gleeson, W Gleeson, Dinny Connors, Danny Curtin, Mike Hennessy, Willie Morgan, John Joe Williams.

Front row left to right; Christie Desmond, Jose Ahern, Mick Desmond, David Desmond, Mick Duggan.

Sciath Na Scoil

Midleton Cbs took on North Mon on Monday 20th May in Pairc ui Rinn for the Sciath na Scoil Final winning 7-9 to 1-2 . Captain was Adam Lee and vice captain Daniel Garde. Scoring didn’t reflect the match as both teams battled very hard to claim the title. A great 40 minutes of hurling! 

Gaelscoil Mhainistir Na Corann reached the Sciath Na Scol for the third year in a row which was played last Thursday in Páirc Uí Rinn V Scoil Na nÓg. The girls came out with a bang scoring a goal in the first couple of minutes and this set the tone for the rest of the match.

From number one to number fifteen, every girl battled and fought hard throughout. The girls didn’t want to go away without a win after narrow defeats in the last two Sciath Na Scol finals. Some great defending, hard work in midfield and skillful forwards resulted in a well deserved win for GSMNC. Midleton Camogie Club was well represented with over 20 girls on the panel and their club is very proud of each and every one of them.

Final Score 3-4 to 1-0

Ladies Football


Our U10 girls were on the road once again. This time we headed to Mayfield for another League game. Another strong performance by the girls. A great team effort saw each girl play their part in a very competitive game. Well done to you all.

Team: Georgia Obersby, Sarah Goulding, Olivia McGrath, Eva Saunderson, Anna Burke, Nora O Leary Hayes, Rebecca Botta, Roisin Meaney, Molly Barrett, Eve Fahy, Ciara Hynes, Eva Pyne, Katie Connolly Meabh McCormack, Hazel O Connor and Abbie Pyne.

Training for the coming week:

U8’s are playing a match in Carrigtwohill

U10’s 7-8pm at the Tech

U12’s 7-8pm at the Tech

U14’s 7-8pm at the Tech

U16’s, Minors and Junior’s training session 8-9pm on the main pitch. Ephie Fitzgerald will be in attendance for the session.


We had a very busy week this week it started off with Aoife Fitzgerald who captained the Cork U14 Team last weekend against Galway and winning their group . Well done Aoife.

Next Midleton played Cobh in the under 12s C league last Sunday at home in what was a fantastic day for the game played in sunny conditions both teams played a fantastic game with some excellent skills on display from both teams. Thanks also to Cliodna Casey from Dungourney for refereeing today and to Jay Keating for the photos.

On Monday night last Tori Buckley was pictured with Shane Kingston, Gemma O’Connor, Julia White & Alan Cadogan at the Féile launch tonight in Nemo Rangers GAA. Feile will be held in Midleton this year one the weekend of June 7th. Players will be notified by their coaches with more details.

Our U16 made the journey to Ballyhea Tuesday evening for the 3rd round of the U 16 league. It was a game of two half’s but leaving too much work to be done in the second half we came up short on the night. Well done to all involved and thanks to Ballyhea for the much welcomed refreshments after the match.

Also on Tuesday evening Our U12 girls lined out against Castlelyons , in what was another strong performance from our ever improving team. Both teams put on a great display of skills with hurley and ball with Midleton just coming out on top. A big thanks to all who came along and cheered on both sets of players who all walked off together with smiles on their faces.

Our Minor team replayed Grenagh in the County Final on Friday night at Cork Camogie grounds at Castle Road. Unfortunately Grenagh proved too strong for us and it wasn’t to be our night with Grenagh coming out on top. It was a huge achievement for our girls to reach the final as it’s our first year fielding a Minor team so well done to all involved.

Finally huge congratulations to Lucy Wallace on winning the Munster Camogie Championship Final on Saturday 25th May. Cork retained their title after defeating Kerry on a score line of Cork 2-09 to Kerry 1-04.

Pictures of all of the above can be seen on our Facebook Instagram and Twitter pages and also on the Club website under Ladies Camogie

Healthy Club / Midleton GAA for All

There was lots of fun and laughs at Midleton GAA club for our weekly GAA For All training session. The weather was super, and everyone had a ball. The children and teens that come training are extremely talented at Gaelic games and activities and the session culminated in a very exciting game of GAA crossbar challenge. Training continues for Midleton GAA for All every Sunday 12-1 in the main pitch at Midleton GAA Club.

Club Shop

Please note that the Club Shop will be Closed on Saturday June 1st due to the Bank Holiday.


Midleton Gaa Club wishes to express its deepest sympathies to our Club Secretary Vincent Reddy on the passing of his Mother Rita Reddy. May she Rest in Peace.





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