View Cart Feedback
Please rate your experience
with Midleton GAA Club
Leave this field empty
Leave this field empty

You must enable Javascript in your browser to use this website.

Click here to find out how

Midleton Hurling and Football, Ladies Football and Camogie Club News

11 August, 2019

Senior Hurling Championship Round 2

On Saturday evening our Seniors Hurlers were back in Pairc Uí Rinn for round 2 of their campaign. Four points divided the teams at Half Time with the score as Midleton 0-11 Ballymartle 1-04. An early second half goal from Conor Lehane gave the Midleton team the drive they needed to finish the game. Final score Midleton 1-20 Ballymartle 2-11.

Team: Joe Loftus, Adam Daly, Luke Dineen, Seádnaidh Smyth, Sean O Sullivan (-01), Sean O Leary Hayes, James Nagle, Tommy O Connell (-01), Eoghan Walsh, Luke O Farrell (-01), Jake Hegarty, Aidan Ryan (-01), Ian Kennefick, Conor Lehane (1-13, 9f), Garan Manley (-02). Subs used Pa White (-01).

East Cork Junior B Hurling Championship

On Sunday evening our Junior B’s headed to Shanagarry to take on Cloyne.

 Final score was Midleton 1-14 Cloyne 1-09.

Team: Mícheal Keohane, Pat Stack, Alwyn Kearney, Conor Evans, Billy O Shea, Padraig O Shea, Shane Ryan, Mark O Keeffe (-06 5f), Johnny Comer (-01), Colin Dowling, Harry Wall, Chris Power (-03), Conor O Neill, Michael Abernethy (1-02), Niall Walsh (-02). Subs used Luke Finnerty.


Wed 14th Fé14 Hurling Championship v Shandrum (home) at 7.15pm

Thurs 15th Minor Hurling ¼ Final Championship v Blarney at 7pm – venue Delaney’s

Thurs 15th Minor Ladies Football v Rockbán (away) at 7.30pm

Fri 16th Junior C Football Championship v Cobh at 7.30pm-  venue tbc

Sat 17th Intermediate Hurling Championship v Tracton at 7pm at Ballinora pitch (out of Bishopstown at Ballymah)

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

Park South Development

Earlier this year we held an information night for all members and provided you a briefing on our clubs new development in Park South. Well since then work has moved quickly on and the shape of our new grounds is starting to show.

Over the next 18 months we will need to raise over €200,000.00 in order to fund this new facility. We launched our donation scheme and every member should now have a copy of the development brochure and donation information. I would like to thank everybody who has already returned completed donation forms to us and wish to remind all others that these forms can be returned to any member of the fundraising committee. The development is expensive, and we do need everybody to pitch in and help as they can.

Starting from this Saturday and every Saturday going forward the fundraising committee will have an information table in the lounge at Midleton GAA Club 10.00am and 1.00pm. We will be there to answer any queries you may have with respect to the development and donation and events. So please call over and join us for a coffee or a tea. For those who want to, club lotto tickets will also be available.

We also hope to have plenty of fun events taking place for all of the family over the next 18 months including :“A Poster competition” , The Great Crane Ball Drop” , “Table Quiz” , “Cookery Demonstrations” to name a few. We will keep you informed of all of these events and keep you up to date on our development through regular updates such as this.

For your enjoyment we have attached here a link to the latest video of the works carried out.

Park South Development - August 2019

Finally, on behalf of The Fundraising Committee I would like to thank you for any contribution you can make and for taking the time to support our club into the future.

Mick O Connell Chairperson

Fundraising Committee


Our Club Lotto was €1,600 and there was No Winner. Lucky Dip winners were Veronica Kennefick, Gail Spillane, Olivia Roche, Willie Ring, Mike Smith.

Next Week’s Jackpot is €1,800.

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. Possible payout €4,400. T&C’s apply.

Cúl Camp

This week we held the second of our Cúl Camp. Once again we had big numbers attending. Many Thanks to all the excellent coaches and helpers. Thank you to the Gaa Club for the use of the facilitites and to the Fás Staff who were on hand every day. There is a box of lost property from both camps. If your child has left something behind you can call to the office in the Club to retrieve it.



Saturday saw a return to hurling training for our Fé6 group after a small summer break. The rest did the boys good as they were back in full form showing great skills and enthusiasm. Hurling training will continue on Saturday mornings 10am to 11am. New members always very welcome.Thanks to those who continue to help out with complimentary tea and coffee in the club house every Saturday morning. Please bring your reusable cups if you have one to reduce our waste impact.


On Saturday morning last our lads went back doing Hurling Training after the short summer break.It was great to get back into the Hurling Training again and the lads enjoyed all the different drills we set up for them.

So thanks to all the parents and coaches for attending.We will continue to do Hurling Training every Saturday morning from 10am-11am on the main pitch.


We had two Eastern Football league games in the last week. Both games were played in very testing conditions. First up we played Whitechurch, where we came away with a 5-07 to 1-06 victory. On the night there was very good performances from Cian Stack, Conor Bennett, Noah Cahill, Captain Miah McGrath and the hard working Patrick O Dowd. On Friday evening last we travelled to Whitescross where we came out on the wrong end of 4-07 to 4-05 defeat. Again, the conditions were horrendous, despite this we played some good football. We are competitive in every game which is great for us to see. Hurling training continues this Tues 6 - 7 in the Tech Field.


On Monday last our Lads travelled to Cobh to take on Sarsfield in the Quarter final of the Championship. We settled very well and went in a half time with the score being Midleton 1-05 Sarsfield 0-10. With the aid of a strong wind in the second half we used this to our advantage. Final score Midleton 4-17 Sarsfield 2-14. We now face St Finbarrs in the semi final. Time and venue for this match tbc.

Ladies Football

Training this week:

U8- will return to training this Monday from 6-7pm at the Rugby Club. Please note venue change

U10 – 7-8pm at the Rugby Club

U12 – 7-8pm at the Rugby Club

U14’s will return August 26th to the Rugby Club

U16, Minor and Junior 7.30-8.45pm at the Rugby Club

Junior Football Championship

Our Junior Ladies had a great win over St Val’s this evening. After a slow start we settled well and the scores came our way. Final score Midleton 4-05 St Val’s 1-09. Well done Ladies.


U7/8: On Saturday morning we were invited to play a challenge match against Castlemartyr, in blustery but dry conditions. 22 players togged out for the 2 games, both of which turned out to be very competitive. The girls made a fabulous effort throughout the morning, putting their training into effect which was evident for all the parents and coaches to see. Well done to all involved. The Go-Games start next Saturday 17th Aug at 12.30 and are being hosted by Carrigtwohill. Training as usual on Friday at 6pm. 

Congratulations to Aoife Fitzgerald and the Cork U14 panel at last weekends Kilkenny blitz. Aoife’s group won their group against Offaly & Kilkenny. After winning their quarter final there was no time to catch their breath as it was straight on to the final! Unfortunately this was the end of their winning streak and after putting in great effort they lost out the final to Galway. Well done to all involved.

Next up are our U15 girls v Erin’s own , throw in at 7pm in Ballinacurra come along to support the girls also our U16’s are in action against Mallow ,again in Ballinacurra, throw in at 7.30. Match reports and results will be available on our Facebook page or follow us on Facebook and Twitter .

Gaa For All

We are taking a break from training for a few weeks we will resume again on the 8th of September.


Midleton Gaa Club wishes to express its deepest sympathies to the Walsh Family; Mark, Eoghan, Niall and Cormac on the passing of Marks Mother Janet Walsh. May she Rest in Peace.

© 2022 Midleton GAA Club | Web design by Granite Digital