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Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

04 August, 2019

Cork U20 All Ireland Hurling Semi Final

Cork defeated Kilkenny 1-16 to 0-13 in the All Ireland Semi Final in Portlaoise. They will now face Tipperary in the All Ireland Final. Well done to Sean O Leary Hayes and Tommy O Connell who both lined out and congratulations to Tommy who scored a massive 1-10 and received the Man of the Match award.

Senior Hurling Championship

Our Senior Hurlers are back in Championship action on Saturday 10th in Pairc Uí Rinn at 7pm v Ballymartle.

Junior C Football Championship

Our Junior C footballers played Glenvile this week. Final score was Midleton 3-15,

Glenvile 3-11

Team; Darragh O Keeffe, Brendan Ferriter, Sean Corcoran, Pat Stack , Mark Daly, Barry Fitzgerald, Conor Evans, Alan Stanton (-1) , Henry Foster (-2),Ronan Lynch (-1), Shane Ryan, Joe Loftus(-2),Davy O’Brien (2-5) Alan Power, Eoghan Collins (1-4, 2f) subs Coran Swayne, Robbie Barry, Christian Daly (-1).   

Minor Football Championship

Our Minors had a tough battle against Mallow. Final Score was Midleton 1-5 v Mallow 4-13 Team; Alex Pranger, Trevor Shine, Gavin Reddy, Dan O’Sullivan, Sam Quirke, Christian Murphy, Charlie Walsh (-1), Cian Crowley, Jack Fitzgerald, Tim O’Sullivan Adam Meade(-2) Conor Fitzgerald ,David Scanlon, Aaron Coughlan (1-), Patrik Kane (-2) subs, Luke Deane, Dan Cagney. 

Senior Hurling Championship

On Sunday 4th Midleton hosted Killeagh v Carrigtwohill in the Senior Hurling Championship. Final score on the day was Killeagh 1-09 Carrigtwohill 1-11. Many Thanks to all those who helped on the day.


Mon 5th Fé16 Hurling Championship QF v Sarsfield  in Cobh at 6pm

Wed 7th Fé15 Hurling League v Blackrock (home) at 7.30pm

Sat 10th Senior Hurling Championship v Ballymartle in Pairc Uí Rinn at 7pm

Sun 11th Junior B Hurling Championship v Cloyne. Time and venue tbc

Wed 14th Fé14 Hurling Championship v Shandrum (home) at 7pm

Wed 14th Minor Hurling Championship QF v Blarney. Time and venue tbc

Fri 16th East Cork Junior C Football Championship v Cobh. Time and venue tbc

(Please check website as Fixtures are subject to change)


Our Club Lotto was €1,400 and there was No Winner. Lucky Dip winners were Mary Keohane, Rose Crowley, Tracy Walsh, Kayden and Gill Murphy, Amanda Pigott.

Next Week’s Jackpot is €1,600.

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 from 8pm to 9.45pm.You and your Friends are most welcome to attend. 32 prizes on offer on the night. Books €6 with Sheets (optional) at €2 each. T&C’s apply.

Cúl Camp

Our second Cúl Camp will take place on Tuesday 6th to Friday 9th of August from 10am to 2pm. Please ensure all children have a packed lunch and plenty of drinks. Sunscreen must be applied before the camp and children should be able to re-apply themselves as needed. With our weather being unpredictable at the moment please make sure each child has a rain coat with them.



Fé6 Hurling training resumes again after the short summer break on Saturday next August 10th at 10am. We look forward to seeing all boys back in the field then. Remember new members always welcome!

Ladies Football


On Friday evening our U8 girls played away to Carrigtwohill in a very tough encounter. This time of year it is very difficult to field teams with holidays and we were very lucky to have some of our older U8 girls to help us out. Carrigtwohill dominated from the start but our girls tried their hardest to compete all over the pitch. With no subs available we began to tire in the second half but with fierce determination they kept going. Well done to you all girls.

Team: Sarah Goulding, Eva Saunderson, Anna Burke, Georgia Obersby, Amy Taft, Evie Cullinane, Kayla McSweeney, Eva Pyne, Molly Barrett, Abi Pyne, Nessa Cronin, Ciara Finn, Hazel O Connor, Sara Cahill.


Well done to Orlagh Farmer and the Cork Ladies Football team who defeated Tyrone in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship Quarter Final. Result was:

 Cork 7-16 (37) Tyrone  3-4 (13)

On Monday 12th  to Thurs 15th August the Cork Ladies Football Development Camp will be held in Midleton Gaa Club from 10am to 2pm. The camp is open to girls from U8-U16. To book a place log onto the Cork LGFA website.

There will be No Training this Bank Holiday Monday. Enjoy the break.


Another busy week for Midleton Camogie Club first up our U10’s who were back in action on Saturday morning when we travelled to Ballynoe to play a strong St Catherine’s side. In lovely sunshine both teams played some wonderful camogie with the Midleton girls displaying all of the skills that they work so hard on in training. The girls are really starting to gel as a team and we look forward to the go games blitzes which will be kicking off in the next few weeks. With a lot of girls away on holidays we had a few special guests this morning. Thanks to Ciara McGrath for stepping in and to Saoirse Morey who made a huge step up from the U8’s and did very well!

Our U12 girls were away to St Catherine's where a great game was played also last Saturday morning with Midleton just losing out by a single goal, a big thank you to all the parents who travelled to support us, the girls really appreciate this.

Cork U15 A team won the All Ireland camogie blitz in Abbotstown Dublin on Sunday last

Yvonne Abernethy played left half back as Cork topped their group by beating Dublin (3-10 to 0-02) and Tipperary (6-14 to 0-01). In the semi final, Cork played Wexford in a very physical encounter, an early deflected goal put Cork behind before a very strong comeback saw Cork come through 0-09 to 1-02. Cork then played Dublin in final after the dubs had beaten Kilkenny. The Dublin side was much changed from the first meeting between the sides but Cork were still able to come through after a great game by a score of 3-03 to 2-01

Our U13 team had a great win against Fr O’Neills in Ahavine in the 3rd round of Imokilly league. Great team play & defending with some super scores from our forwards. It was a great contest between two evenly matched teams, with Midleton just getting on top towards the end .Team F .Dunlea J . Fitzgerald , M Ni Conchubhair E O Neil ,L Goulding , R Finn , I Nestor, A Naghton , K Quirke, S Ni Teangana , G Kelleher, R Ryan , B Ryan , S OBrien , R Greene

Scores R Ryan 3-3 S Ni Teangana 2-2 I Nestor 0-1. Well done to all our girls!

The U10’s took part in the first go games blitz of the season on Saturday afternoon. The girls were excellent in games against Cobh, Aghada and Dungourney. Thanks to Dungourney for hosting the blitz and we look forward to plenty of rematches over the next 2 months! Thanks also to the parents for braving the weather conditions and to Laura for refereeing the three games! Next up for the girls is a home match against Sars on Sunday August 11th.

Hard luck to our U15 girls who battled hard against Carrigtwohill this weekend in the Imokilly league. Well done to Carrigtwohill.

As always see full match reports and photos on our Facebook page or follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Regular updates on match fixtures and results can be found on the clubs website Midleton (ladies/camogie)

Midleton History

Photo attached is the Midleton CBS circa 1953/54 School shield winners. Team is as follows: Back row: Billy Hogan, Finbarr Horgan, Christy Sinclair, Frank Sheehan, David Barry, Jack Lane, Tom Cotter, Gerard Cott, Olan O’Shea

Front Row; l to r. Pat Lordan, Patrick Flanagan, Billy O Regan, David ‘Dots’ O’Brien, Oliver Fuller,  ? Delaney, Frank Walsh

Sitting: Oliver O’Keeffe, Pierce Young.


Midleton GAA club would like to offer our condolences to the Ramsell family on the death of Paddy Ramsell. Paddy’s uncle, Jimmy Ramsell, was one of the great players of Midleton and Cork in the 1913-1920 periods winning Senior County medals with Midleton and playing with Cork in the All Ireland final in 1915 in which Laois beaingt the favourites Cork. Paddy’s brother Billy was a very good underage player with the club and captained the Cork minors in 1950. His nephews Liam and Gary also played under age hurling and football with Midleton.  Ar Dheis lamh Dé go raibh a anam.



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